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Reserve your seat for Parade of Lights

Reserved seating along the XTO Energy Parade of Lights is now available for purchase. The parade starts at 6 p.m. Nov. 19 — the Sunday before Thanksgiving — at the intersection of Weatherford and Houston streets.

Posted Aug. 18, 2017

Andrew 'Doc' Session claims $1,000 prize for summer fitness

The participants at Andrew ‘Doc’ Session Community Center won first place in Mayor Betsy Price’s Summer Challenge. Children enrolled in day camps at Fort Worth community centers joined with FitWorth to participate in the challenge this year.

Posted Aug. 18, 2017

School's in. Look out for students, parents and drivers!

As kids all across the DFW metroplex kick of the start of the new year next week, MedStar highlights tips from the National Safety Council for kids and parents to help avoid preventable injuries and prepare for any medical emergencies.

Posted Aug. 18, 2017

Make the most of yard waste by becoming a Master Composter

A Master Composter course is the best way to learn how to recycle food scraps and yard trimmings while enriching your garden. A course runs Sept. 21-23; deadline to register is Sept. 15.

Posted Aug. 17, 2017

Dickies Arena to host 2020-22 American Athletic Conference men’s basketball championship

Scheduled to open in late 2019, the new arena in the Cultural District will attract teams and fans from 12 universities to Fort Worth. The dates of the championship will be March 12-15, 2020; March 11-14, 2021; and March 10-13, 2022.

Posted Aug. 17, 2017

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City Administration

  • Michelle Gutt
    Director of Communications & Public Engagement
    Phone: 817-392-8889
  • Cindy Vasquez
    Media Coordinator
    Phone: 817-392-8889



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