Fort Worth's Trinity River Vision project is a model for sustainability in North Texas. Smart sustainability practices are being integrated into the design and construction. Learn how the massive development is coming together, with sustainable practices.
Keeping Fort Worth beautiful requires the help of every Fort Worth resident.
From the Texas Motor Speedway to the streets of your neighborhood, from Sundance Square to the Trinity Trails, taking care of our city requires action by you. Cleaning up trash on land, recycling more, properly disposing of household hazardous waste, conserving water and energy, preventing stormwater pollution, reducing air pollution and living more healthy are all ways to get involved.
Join Keep Fort Worth Beautiful to get the job done!
Planning a large event? The City of Fort Worth offers free recycling bins to any Fort Worth special event planner.
On June 24 — the seventh annual Clean Air Action Day — the North Central Texas Council of Governments and Air North Texas encouraged North Texans to lend a hand to help improve air quality by committing to at least one 'clean air action.' Participation was up 57 percent this year.
The Fort Worth Botanic Garden is hosting a Master Composter course Sept. 15-17 at the Botanic Garden. Three-day course teaches how to recycle food scraps and yard trimmings while enriching your garden.
Electric vehicle enthusiasts are invited to help set another record this year as part of the annual National Drive Electric Week event on Sept. 17 at Grapevine Mills Mall. Test-drive vehicles, participate in hands-on activities for adults and children, and enjoy entertainment.
North Texans whose vehicles have failed the emissions portion of the state inspection in the past 30 days or are at least 10 years old are encouraged to apply for assistance if they meet the income criteria. Qualifying families can receive up to $3,000 toward a new vehicle — more for hybrids and fuel-efficient models.
Litter Stomp is focused on working with community groups to clean up Fort Worth neighborhoods. Gather friends, family members and neighbors to stomp out litter and trash in your neighborhood.
The heavy-duty, repurposed rain barrels come in four colors; the tumbling compost bin can have a positive impact on flower and vegetable gardens.
While we're not in a drought this year, there still are restrictions on when outdoor watering can occur.
About 3,300 hardworking volunteers removed more than five tons of trash from Fort Worth rivers and trails during the May 21 Trinity River Trash Bash sponsored by the Tarrant Regional Water District.
Now through October, the Crud Cruiser will be in neighborhoods throughout Fort Worth collecting leftover paint, used oil and yard chemicals. You can also drop off these items at the Environmental Collection Center.
Traps will be placed in the park in March, and a staff member from the USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service at DFW Airport will inspect them every two weeks. The traps will be removed in October.
Learn the basics of water conservation during a series of free monthly programs running March 3 through November.