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Construction project temporarily closes Trinity River near Fort Worth-Arlington border

Kayakers and canoers should avoid the Trinity River near the Fort Worth-Arlington border this Thursday through Sept. 9.

Posted Aug. 24, 2016

Trinity River Vision: Building a sustainable community with a sustainable process

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.

Posted Aug. 23, 2016

Near Southside Inc. recognized for recycling efforts at its community events

Planning a large event? The City of Fort Worth offers free recycling bins to any Fort Worth special event planner.

Posted Aug. 23, 2016

North Texas sets mark for clean air commitments

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.

Posted Aug. 23, 2016

Do due diligence before signing on with a service line warranty program

Some companies are contacting Fort Worth water customers to offer warrant programs for purchase. The Water Department is not endorsing any of these companies.

Posted Aug. 22, 2016

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817-392-8889

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

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