Parks & Community Services
The Parks & Community Services Department (PACS) maintains more than 200 parks and public spaces citywide as well as provides aid and educational programming that makes Fort Worth a great place to live, work and play.
A recent survey indicates respondents are willing to pay to support the maintenance and renovation of current parks and facilities.
Learn how to save lives by becoming an American Red Cross-trained lifeguard.
Officials from Texas Parks and Wildlife and the National Parks Foundation stopped in Fort Worth Feb. 14 to honor Terese Tarlton Hershey, a Fort Worth native who left her mark on parks throughout the state.
Local volunteers celebrate Lake Worth's 100-year anniversary by planting native trees at Love Circle Park.
Fort Worth has partnered with The Wallace Foundation to improve access and quality of afterschool and summer programs throughout the city over the next three years. Resources for families and service providers will be available soon. See other resources available from The Wallace Foundation »
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