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Check out the progress in Stop Six

Posted Aug. 21, 2017

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Fort Worth is in the midst of a major investment in the Cavile Place/Stop Six community to improve public safety, promote economic revitalization and enhance community engagement.

The City Council set aside $2.56 million in funding to implement capital projects aimed specifically at improving neighborhoods. This funding will be designated for targeted neighborhoods on an annual basis.

View a new video that shows the positive impact this program is having on Stop Six.

The targeted area is bordered by Rosedale Street on the north, Ramey Avenue on the south, Stalcup Road on the east and just west of Edgewood Terrace on the west.

The revitalization has a dual purpose: increase public safety and improve the looks of the neighborhood. Depending on results, similar revitalization programs will be rolled out in a different neighborhood in the coming years.

To learn more, call 817-994-1368 or visit the Stop Six web page.

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