2021 Schedule

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Saturday, June 19 – 9:00AM, City of Fort Worth Code Compliance, along with Barry Cram of Neighborhood Outreach.

Code Compliance will present the responsibilities of code compliance and the many uses of the MYFW App at your fingertips.

There is so much public data at our fingertips! Barry Cram from the Community Engagement Office will highlight how to use various on-line tools and resources (OneAddress, Neighborhood Database, etc.) found on the city’s website.

Thank you, Autumn Jacobo and Barry Cram for your presentations.

Fort those who missed it, you can listen/view it here:
June 19, 2021 Zoom Meeting Pass Code: cz4b+fjR

Saturday, May 15 – 9:00AM, City of Fort Worth’s Kim Neal, Oversight Monitor, and Chief of Police Neil Noakes

Kim Neal and Chief Noakes will discuss the Police Oversight Office Mission and Goals and how the Oversight Office and the FWPD work together to make for servant-based, community policing for the betterment of Fort Worth.

Saturday, April 17 – 9:00AM, Dr. Ryder Warren, Ed.D.
Dr. Warren, Superintendent, Northwest Independent School District, will discuss the upcoming Bond Proposal that is on the ballot for May 1st in the Northwest Independent School District.

Missed the meeting? You can listen to the recorded Zoom meeting using the link below:

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Dr. Ryder Warren

Saturday, March 20 – 9:00AM, Joel McElhany, Capital Programs Manager (Zoom)
A presentation by Joel McElhany, Capital Programs Manager, City of Fort Worth Parks & Recreations, with an update on the parks to the far north and the Northwest Community Center.
Missed the meeting? You can listen to the recorded Zoom meeting using the link below:

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Saturday, January 16th, 9:00AM

A presentation / discussion with Mayor Price where she addressed the impact of Covid-19 on the city, businesses, and it’s residents. Also, issues and concerns that citizens of Fort Worth have about crime and other nuisances.

Mayor Betsy Price
Mayor Betsy Price