The Tarrant Transit Alliance invites you to take a stand for improved Public Transportation!
Last Fall, the Fort Worth City Council leaders said they would look at the interim budget to see if there are savings that they could re-direct to improving the transit system. On Tuesday, January 30 at 7:00 pm, supporters of transit in Fort Worth will head to City Hall again to advocate for transit systems remaining a City priority.
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Fort Worth City Hall (City of Fort Worth) : 200 Texas St, Fort Worth, Texas 76102
Find out more here: https://www.facebook.com/events/744262472450901/?active_tab=about
After being told earlier this month that it would not receive a promised tax incentive from the city after all, the developer of the controversial Hotel Renovo planned near the Kimbell Art Museum on Camp Bowie Boulevard is pulling the plug on the project.
Mayor Pro Tem Dennis Shingleton, whose District 7 includes the planned hotel site, said the mayor and City Council lost confidence that Illinois-based Heart of America Group could develop a four-star hotel.
The Kimbell argued against the hotel’s initial design, contending that the planned height would “loom” over its property, affecting in particular an interior courtyard that features a famous sculpture.
Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/news/local/community/fort-worth/article196389119.html#storylink=cpy
It's rodeo time, y'all! The 122nd annual Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo begins Friday, January 12th, with this year's theme "Buck, Sweat & Steers." The show will run through Feb. 3 at the Will Rogers Memorial Center.
A press release from the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo below described the annual event, "Regardless of style or taste, there's something for everyone at the Stock Show. Children and adults alike can enjoy events, activities and exhibits related to livestock, agriculture and the food industry. Hot regional music acts entertain crowds and the carnival midway is a blast not only for the kids but the kids at heart."
Read more about the event from NBC5 here.
Click here to visit the official website for the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo.
This past year, we initiated a set of Priority Projects, updated our web presence including a new domain name (www.fwculture.com) and website, and adopted a member management system to help us better serve you in the future.
Of the ten Priority Projects outlined in 2017, we are pleased to report on the following work this year:
Have a recommendation for a Priority Project in 2018? Please send an email to email@example.com with the subject 2018 Priority Project.
Thank you to our sponsors to date: UNTHSC, Regions Bank, JaGee Properties, Amon Carter, Kimbell Art Museum, Republic Title, Inwood National Bank, Centergy West 7th, Legacy Texas Bank, VLK Architects and Kensington Properties.
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Please join us for the CDA Annual Banquet - 25th Anniversary Celebration, proudly presented by Regions Bank and UNT Health Science Center. on March 7, 2018 at the Kimbell Art Museum.
To reserve your sponsorship level, table, or seat, please click here. Or, to email your response, please download and email this packet to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to celebrating the last quarter century with you!
To address Fort Worth’s unprecedented growth and the challenges that come along with it, the City Council will call for a bond election in May 2018. If approved by voters, the bond package would provide funding to build new roads and repair existing ones; add new park amenities, community centers and public safety facility improvements; and replace an aging library.
A new video provides an introduction to the bond process and mentions some of the priorities for the proposed bond election.
To learn more, visit here or watch this video introduction to the bond process and mentions some of the priorities for the proposed bond election.
The belief is 'better block makes better neighbors'. And a better local economy. A better block includes more local business, more time outdoors, more beauty, more life. It offers more pathways and protections for bicycles and pedestrians. It encourages more engagement and connection with those in the neighborhood.Better cities start with better blocks.
To learn more, visit here or watch this video from another community.
The Tarrant Transit Alliance has been formed to advocate for better transit in Tarrant County. The focus of the alliance will be to educate the public and elected officials about the benefits of transit.
It was formed on the belief that investment in transportation infrastructure, particularly public transit, drives growth.
Better transit attracts development and increases property values along its corridors. It connects restaurants to diners, landlords to renters, families to local stores, and employers to employees.
To learn more, visit the organization's new Facebook page or read this article.
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Fort Worth, Texas 76147