Committee Information

North Fort Worth Alliance Committee Information. The North Fort Worth Alliance presently has four active committees. If you are interested in contributing to any of these committees, please contact Russell Fuller at Our Facebook page is a great place to view the most current information with regard to what’s going on with these committees.

The Parks and Recreation Committee Task is to work under the direction of the NFWA Executive Board with member HOAs to further useful park and recreation facilities in north Fort Worth. Activities will include developing a coordinated parks plan for the area, work with the Parks and Community Services Department to obtain maintenance and capital funds to support park and recreation, and to work on other parks and recreation issues as they arise. The Parks and Recreation Committee is being chaired by Dave Fancher who can be contacted at

The Public Service Committee has the task of keeping abreast on issues that affect the quality of life in the North Fort Worth Alliance Area. It keeps the neighborhoods informed of such issues / filings and works to develop a position for approval by the NFWA Officers. The committee meets as necessary to discuss issues. If you are interested in working with this committee, please contact Russell Fuller at

The Transportation Committee is chaired by Jake Wurman. The Transportation Chair initiates, tracks, and provides updates on needs and existing projects / deadlines.  If you’ve been in the North Fort Worth Area for any length of time, you know that there are a number of transportation projects underway as well as in the planning pages.  If you have a question or would like to offer information regarding transportation, feel free to email

The Zoning and Land Use Committee is presently chaired by Russell Fuller and is comprised of individuals from our member communities whose interest is helping the area within the boundaries of the NFWA grow efficiently. The committee works with Fort Worth City staff, developers, and residents alike to assure that future land use and zoning meet the needs of the residents within our boundaries. Russell can be contacted at

Our Communications Committee consists of Phyllis Grissom who has graciously agreed to work on this effort in order to extend and promote NFWA’s outreach in a manner that will attract more attention and interaction.