Fort Worth To Provide Permanent Housing For Coronavirus-Vulnerable Homeless PeopleThe new units will provide housing for high-risk COVID-19-vulnerable and disabled people experiencing chronic homelessness.
Fort Worth Offering $10M In Grants To Small Businesses Impacted By Coronavirus PandemicAn infusion of needed cash is now available to more small businesses in Fort Worth.
Fort Worth Announces Plans To Help Restart City's Economy During PandemicIn announcing the initiative called Fort Worth Now, Mayor Betsy Price said the city was looking to be on the leading edge of the recovery.
Mayor Betsy Price And City Leaders Launch 'Fort Worth Now' Economic Recovery Task ForceThursday afternoon Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price announced that a new task force has been created to focus on the recovery of the city’s economy out of the coronavirus pandemic.
Fort Worth Libraries To Offer Curbside Service Starting May 19Curbside service will be available 10:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, and noon- 5 p.m. Saturday at five locations.
Dozens Of City Of Fort Worth Employees Being Furloughed Because Of COVID-19 Economic DownturnOfficials with the City of Fort Worth have confirmed to CBS 11 News that dozens of employees are being furloughed through at least July 31.
Coronavirus In Texas: Fort Worth Businesses Eligible For MicroloansA business can get a loan if it has an established physical address in Fort Worth and is current with city and county property taxes.
Former Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald To Become Top Cop In Waterloo, IowaThe City of Waterloo said Fitzgerald will be the city's first African American Chief of Police once his position is ratified by the city council next Monday.
Coronavirus In Texas: City Of Fort Worth Asking Public For Homemade Masks To Protect Essential WorkersThe collection effort begins Wednesday, April 15 at three Fort Worth Library locations.
Fort Worth Issues New Capacity Restrictions For Restaurants, Bars, Gyms, Etc.The city is enacting a mandatory reduction in the occupancy limits of local businesses, reducing current allowed occupancy by 50%, or no more than 125 individuals, whichever is less.
Fort Worth Homeowner Faces Lien On Property If He Doesn't Pay Portion Of 'Shocking' Water BillLast October, records showed a sudden, dramatic spike in Tim Liang's water usage. The bill for water alone was $758.
Fort Worth City Council And School Board Approve Anti-Vaping Resolutions“We’re the first city and the ISD in the United States of America to do so, so we are setting the example tonight,” said FWISD school board member Tobi Jackson.
Employees Staying Fit Saves Taxpayers Millions In Fort Worth, City Manager SaysCity Manager David Cooke said there are about 12,000 employees, retirees and dependents enrolled in the city’s healthcare program.
Future Of Fort Worth's Weekly Rodeos Unclear After City Council VoteThe Fort Worth City Council approved a new management contract for the Cowtown Coliseum in the Stockyards on Tuesday night.
Free 2-Hour Parking On West 7th Street DelayedThe promised return of two hours of free parking Friday, was delayed at least until Sunday, due to a state requirement for city ordinances that involve fees or penalties.