About

Who Makes Up The North Fort Worth Alliance (NFWA) Membership?

The North Fort Worth Alliance is a group of involved community leaders and individuals from 30 local communities, representing approximately 25,000 households in the far North Fort Worth area. Our group actively pursues quality of life issues for all communities. We invite you to become a part of our alliance to receive updates on subjects as varied as police and safety issues to transportation and public works for our area.

The Alliance was founded in March of 2006 and became a registered member of The City of Fort Worth Neighborhood Associations in September of the same year.

Do I Live Within the Boundaries of the Alliance?

The boundaries of the Alliance shall be the north Fort Worth city limits, Highway 377 on the east, and Highway 156 on the west. This area includes parts of Fort Worth Council Districts 4 and 7. The southern border shall be North Tarrant Parkway. These boundaries constitute the ‘Alliance Area’ for the purposes of these By-Laws.

When and Where are the Meetings?

Monthly meetings are held on the third Saturday of the month at 9:00 a.m. at the Woodland Springs Amenities Center located at 12209 Timberland Boulevard, Fort Worth, TX 76244. Go to Meetings

Can I Become a Member of The Alliance?

Membership in the Alliance is open to any neighborhood group, association, civic groups and organizations which seek to improve the Alliance Area. The terms neighborhood group or association shall mean either a voluntary neighborhood association or a mandatory homeowners’ association. Neighborhood groups and associations are encouraged to register with the Fort Worth Neighborhood Office. Individuals are encouraged to join to assist with community art projects, provide input into zoning changes, and represent their neighborhoods by volunteering their time, knowledge, and information.