The events—five in total—will offer residents an opportunity to review the proposed list for the 2022 Bond Election and talk with city staff about various projects. Attendees may also learn about the upcoming budget and redistricting processes.
City of Fort Worth departments with representatives at each open house will include code compliance, communications and public engagement, diversity and inclusion, Keep Fort Worth Beautiful, the library, municipal court, neighborhood services, parks and recreation, public art, stormwater, transportation and public works, and water.
Other events will take place July 29 at 100 Energy Way, in the city’s future location for city hall; Aug. 5 at Dunbar High School, located at 5700 Ramey Avenue; Aug. 14 at R.D. Evans Community Center Gym, located at 3242 Lackland Road; and Aug. 19 at Doxology Bible Church, located at 4805 Arborlawn Drive.
Visit fortworthtexas.gov/2021OpenHouses for more information.