This page provides an overview of area planning projects underway in Fort Worth.
Texas Motor Speedway Area Master Plan
At the direction of the Fort Worth City Council, and under the guidance of a Mayor-appointed advisory committee made up of a broad range of stakeholders, City staff prepared the following master plan for the Texas Motor Speedway (TMS) area. Learn more »
Cavile Place Neighborhood Transformation Plan
The Cavile Place Neighborhood Transformation Plan proposes the replacement of the 300-unit Cavile Place apartments that were built in 1954 with mixed-income housing as the foundation for the creation of a vibrant, sustainable community with new neighborhood retail and business services, and programs that address education, job training, small business development, and healthy lifestyles of residents. Learn more »
Lake Arlington Master Plan
The Lake Arlington Master Plan establishes guidelines and standards to protect water quality within the Lake Arlington watershed, which feeds a drinking water supply reservoir that serves over 500,000 people. Learn more »
Lake Worth Vision Plan (LWVP)
The Lake Worth Vision Plan is the result of a planning process spanning two and a half years that engaged expert consultants, lakeshore residents, nearby property owners, nonprofit stakeholders, the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base and neighboring jurisdictions. The Lake Worth Vision Plan describes and depicts appropriate long range future land uses, development pattern and forms, and recreational uses and facilities on and around the lake. Learn more »
Northside Economic Development Strategy
The Northside Economic Development Strategy Report describes key revitalization opportunities and strategies to address economic development needs in the Northside area. The report outlines eight principle revitalization strategies and includes an implementation plan detailing specific actions intended to bring about the desired future for the Northside area. Learn more »
- Public comment sought on pool and spa amendments
- Development Services pushing for more service enhancements
- Development Services expands customer options with video inspections
- Fort Worth Development Services assisting with reopening businesses
- New commercial building permit submissions will only be accepted online beginning Jan. 1
Current Wait Times
As of April 8, 2020, there will be no walk-in appointments. All appointments will be online, by phone and email only. Residents may still schedule appointments in the QLess appointment system. Development Services Support will contact the customer via phone to hold the online appointment. There will be no person to person appointments until further notice.
Please click the link below to "schedule an appointment" or see the contact information to schedule an appointment via phone or email.
Please call 817-392-2222 for all general inquiries.
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200 Texas St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102