Town of Pantego

Town of Pantego Small Town Charm...Big City Opportunities Pantego is a Type A General Law Municipality incorporated in Tarrant County, Texas a population of 2,394.

Operating as usual

11/25/2020
www.townofpantego.com

Tarrant County Judge Whitley has ordered that the June 25, 2020 Executive Order be extended again until February 28, 2021; the requirement is that all entities enforce its health and safety policy at a minimum requiring that all employees and visitors to the entity's business wear face coverings over the nose and mouth when in an area or performing an activity which involves close contact to co-workers or the public. For more details see the complete order-

https://www.townofpantego.com/media/COVID-19/Tarrant%20County%20Executive%20Order%2011242020.pdf

11/25/2020
Saturday - November 28th  at 4:00 p.m. - Parade updates include a train, watch for Santa, music and more. Dos Campos wil...
11/23/2020

Saturday - November 28th at 4:00 p.m. - Parade updates include a train, watch for Santa, music and more. Dos Campos will be at the movie selling tacos? For the movie, parking will not open until 6:15 at the PCA parking lot.

Join in the fun at Pantego Farmer's Market, December 19th from 6-9 p.m.
11/20/2020

Join in the fun at Pantego Farmer's Market, December 19th from 6-9 p.m.

****2ndROUND SMALL BUSINESS GRANT UPDATE****The second round of the Tarrant County Small Business Assistance Grant Progr...
11/09/2020
Small Business

****2ndROUND SMALL BUSINESS GRANT UPDATE****
The second round of the Tarrant County Small Business Assistance Grant Program is underway.

The DEADLINE TO APPLY is TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10th at 6 PM. Applications must be completed and submitted by that time in order to be eligible for review. Businesses can find information on the grant program and apply at http://smallbusiness.tarrantcounty.com Should an applicant have specific questions that require additional assistance, please have them contact us at [email protected]

Earlier this summer, the Tarrant County Commissioners Court allocated $30 million in CARES Act funding for a Small Business Assistance Grant program to assist Small Businesses within Tarrant County, but outside the City of Fort Worth (the City of Fort Worth has separate CARES Act funding allocated f...

Found Male tan pit bull  on 303 and Tierce. Please contact the Town of Pantego for more information at 817-617-3700.
11/04/2020

Found Male tan pit bull on 303 and Tierce. Please contact the Town of Pantego for more information at 817-617-3700.

11/03/2020
11/02/2020
Election Day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020. The Pantego City Hall Council Chamber is a designated Election Day Polling Lo...
10/29/2020
Election Day Schedule, Locations and Maps

Election Day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020. The Pantego City Hall Council Chamber is a designated Election Day Polling Location.

Tarrant County registered voters on Election Day can vote at any Vote Center location from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

For more information on Election Day Schedule and Vote Center Locations visit Tarrant County Elections:
http://access.tarrantcounty.com/en/elections/Upcoming-Election-Information/Election-Day-Schedule-Locations-and-Map.html?linklocation=Iwantto&linkname=Election%20Day%20Voting

Vote Center locations are chosen by the entity holding the election (city, ISD, or county) and therefore are not always the same. Other circumstances such as building or road construction, and scheduling conflicts on privately owned locations can also affect whether or not a location is used. Use on...

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10/29/2020

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Who remembers A Thousand Snowflakes last year? Mark your calendar for this year's event on December 12! Pantego businesses are putting together an awesome day for all of their customers. Follow this page to stay up to date on the latest information!

10/29/2020
Pantego Fire Department

Pantego Fire Department

Our hiring process is OPEN and we are looking for the BEST. See flyer below and don't hesitate to reach out with any questions. Certification of FF/Paramedic OR Paramedic only. Link to application: https://www.townofpantego.com/media/Departments/Human%20Resources/Employment%20Application.pdf

Questions to Deputy Chief Franklin 817-617-3717.
We are asking for help getting the word out so please feel free to
share this posting.

Pantego small businesses ARE eligible for the following BASED ON Pantego’s population:The next round of the Rural Relief...
10/29/2020
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Pantego small businesses ARE eligible for the following BASED ON Pantego’s population:

The next round of the Rural Relief Small Business Grants Program opens today!
As part of our continuing commitment to elevate our impact in rural America, OneLISC is inviting small business owners in rural locations across the country to apply for the LISC-Lowe's Rural Relief Small Business Grants program.
To find out more about who is eligible, to sign up for updates, and to apply, please visit the LISC website.

Rural LISC is grateful for Lowe’s generous support for rural small businesses. We are committed to the integrity of the grant application process and to the security of applicants’ information. A couple of things to keep in mind:
• Valid grant applications are only accepted through the links posted on www.lisc.org
• We will never request copies of personal documentation such as driver’s licenses, passports, and/or green cards.
• The application is easy to fill out, requiring basic business information – professional grant writing assistance will not increase the chances of selection.
Thank you!
Caitlin (Cait) Cain, CEcD, MUP
LISC Vice President and Rural Director

Rural LISC works with 92 partner organizations creating sustainable rural communities across 45 states. Visit our website here and if you would like to sign up to receive the Rural eNews each month, click here.

LISC forges resilient and inclusive communities of opportunity across America – great places to live, work, visit, do business and raise families.

2ND ROUND OF SMALL BUSINESS GRANT FUNDING OPENS MONDAY, OCTOBER 26TH AT 10:00 AM We are happy to announce that the much ...
10/29/2020
Small Business

2ND ROUND OF SMALL BUSINESS GRANT FUNDING OPENS MONDAY, OCTOBER 26TH AT 10:00 AM

We are happy to announce that the much awaited Second Round of Small Business Assistance Grant funding is opening on Monday, October 26th at 10:00 am! The Program Information, Eligibility Criteria and Documentation Requirements are available online now at http://smallbusiness.tarrantcounty.com . The Second Round application maintains the same basic eligibility requirements as the first round, with the addition of independently owned and operated Franchise Business that were not eligible in Round 1. The financial information to be included by the applicant in the application has been streamline for the second round and is limited to the total business deposit amounts for January, February, April, and May 2020, with tax documentation and bank statements to be uploaded. This should make for an easier application process for the applicant and a faster review process for the audit team. This is an ONLINE APPLICATION ONLY and all documentation must be uploaded with the application before submittal.

NOTE: The 2nd round of applications for the Small Business Assistance Grant program is available for those businesses that may have missed the application period in the first round, started an application but did not complete it, or did not provide the correct information for their first round application that caused them to be deemed ineligible and not receive an award. Businesses/Owners receiving a grant award in Round 1 will NOT be eligible for another grant award in Round 2. Owners with more than one business who received grant funding for a business in the first round will NOT be eligible to receive grant funds for a different business in the second round.


So that you may be able to assist businesses in your community with questions they may have about the grant program or application, we have attached 1) a PowerPoint overview of the second round grant program, 2) media ad to run in the newspaper, 3) the Second Round Program Guidelines and 4) the Second Round Application in Word format (the online format of the Application will look slightly different). Should an applicant have specific questions that require additional assistance, please have them contact us at [email protected]

The Final First Round Grant Recipient Listing is available on the Small Business Assistance Grant webpage.

Thank you again for your work on promoting the Care 4 Tarrant Assistance and Grant Programs!

Lisa McMillan
Economic Development Coordinator
Tarrant County
[email protected]
817-884-2643

Earlier this summer, the Tarrant County Commissioners Court allocated $30 million in CARES Act funding for a Small Business Assistance Grant program to assist Small Businesses within Tarrant County, but outside the City of Fort Worth (the City of Fort Worth has separate CARES Act funding allocated f...

The next round of the Rural Relief Small Business Grants Program has opened!OneLISC is inviting small business owners in...
10/28/2020
Home | Local Initiatives Support Corporation

The next round of the Rural Relief Small Business Grants Program has opened!
OneLISC is inviting small business owners in rural locations across the country to apply for the LISC-Lowe's Rural Relief Small Business Grants program which includes PANTEGO.
To find out more about who is eligible, to sign up for updates, and to apply, please visit the LISC website.

Rural LISC is grateful for Lowe’s generous support for rural small businesses. We are committed to the integrity of the grant application process and to the security of applicants’ information. A couple of things to keep in mind:
• Valid grant applications are only accepted through the links posted on www.lisc.org
• We will never request copies of personal documentation such as driver’s licenses, passports, and/or green cards.
• The application is easy to fill out, requiring basic business information – professional grant writing assistance will not increase the chances of selection.
Thank you!
Caitlin (Cait) Cain, CEcD, MUP
LISC Vice President and Rural Director

Rural LISC works with 92 partner organizations creating sustainable rural communities across 45 states. Visit our website here and if you would like to sign up to receive the Rural eNews each month, click here.

LISC forges resilient and inclusive communities of opportunity across America – great places to live, work, visit, do business and raise families.

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10/21/2020

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There are so many yummy items in season right now: apples, squash, brussels sprouts and more! Come out to the Pantego Farmers Market on October 24 at 6 p.m. at Pantego Bicentennial Park to pick up some fresh fruits and veggies.

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10/19/2020

Jazzy Jems - Pantego Texas

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10/17/2020

Our friend and co-worker Ernest Carrasco’s funeral services will be held on Monday, October 19. Town Hall will be closed Monday morning so that staff can pay their respects to Ernest to his family. Town Hall will open at 12 Noon on Monday. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding and patience.

This past week, several Pantego citizens have received calls from scammers claiming to be from the Social Security Admin...
10/16/2020
Caller ID Spoofing

This past week, several Pantego citizens have received calls from scammers claiming to be from the Social Security Administration. The phone number that these calls appear to be coming from is the same as that of Town Hall. This is due to a process known as “spoofing” where a scammer hides their real number and makes it appear that they are using someone else’s legitimate phone number. If you have experienced this type of scam, we encourage it to be reported to the FCC, or to the Pantego Police Department at 817-274-2511. You are also welcome to contact Town Hall at 817-617-3700 if you ever receive a call or email appearing to come from the Town of Pantego to verify the legitimacy of those requests. More information and FCC contact info for the FCC is in the link below. https://www.fcc.gov/consumers/guides/spoofing-and-caller-id

Caller ID spoofing is when a caller deliberately falsifies the information transmitted to your caller ID display to disguise their identity. Spoofing is often used as part of an attempt to trick someone into giving away valuable personal information so it can be used in fraudulent activity or sold i...

This past week, several Pantego citizens have received calls from scammers claiming to be from the Social Security Admin...
10/16/2020
Caller ID Spoofing

This past week, several Pantego citizens have received calls from scammers claiming to be from the Social Security Administration. The phone number that these calls appear to be coming from is the same as that of Town Hall. This is due to a process known as “spoofing” where a scammer hides their real number and makes it appear that they are using someone else’s legitimate phone number. If you have experienced this type of scam, we encourage it to be reported to the FCC, or to the Pantego Police Department at 817-274-2511. You are also welcome to contact Town Hall at 817-617-3700 if you ever receive a call or email appearing to come from the Town of Pantego to verify the legitimacy of those requests. More information and FCC contact info for the FCC is in the link below. https://www.fcc.gov/consumers/guides/spoofing-and-caller-id

Caller ID spoofing is when a caller deliberately falsifies the information transmitted to your caller ID display to disguise their identity. Spoofing is often used as part of an attempt to trick someone into giving away valuable personal information so it can be used in fraudulent activity or sold i...

The Town of Pantego lost a dedicated employee and a good friend this week. Ernest Carrasco, a valued member of our Publi...
10/14/2020

The Town of Pantego lost a dedicated employee and a good friend this week.
Ernest Carrasco, a valued member of our Public Works Department, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, October 13.
Ernest worked for the Town for over three years, but his memory will live on far beyond those years.
Our hearts and prayers are with his sisters, Josie and Mary, his entire extended family, and the many friends he made, particularly those who worked alongside him each day.

Joe Ashton, City Manager
Mayor Doug Davis
The Town Council of the Town of Pantego

Governor Abbott has approved re-opening of bars and similar establishments effective today.  This decision also requires...
10/14/2020
Tarrant County to open bars at 50 percent capacity

Governor Abbott has approved re-opening of bars and similar establishments effective today. This decision also requires approval of County Judges in areas with high hospitalizations which includes Tarrant County. Judge Whitley has approved opening of up to 50% capacity.
Governor’s Order
https://gov.texas.gov/news/post/governor-abbott-issues-executive-order-to-open-bars-in-qualifying-counties-in-texas

Updated Texas Minimum Standard Health Protocolshttps://open.texas.gov/uploads/files/organization/opentexas/OpenTexas-Checklist-Bars.pdf

Tarrant County Judge Whitley’s Approval http://www.tarrantcounty.com/content/main/en/news/2020/tarrant-county-to-open-bars-at-50-percent-capacity.html?linklocation=latest-news&linkname=Tarrant%20County%20to%20open%20bars%20at%2050%20percent%20capacity

Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley announced Monday he will open bars at 50 percent capacity.

10/13/2020
Pantego Fire Department

Pantego Fire Department

****Fire Prevention Month 2020****
one of the most important things we can ask our residents to do is be attentive to their smoke detectors and doors when sleeping. Please spend a little time watching this video and be sure to share it with your friends and family. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSP03BE74WA

Pantego Fire Department
10/13/2020

Pantego Fire Department

T-shirts! We are selling T-shirts at Town Hall for breast cancer awareness month. $20 per shirt with proceeds going to Susan G Komen. Town Hall is open M-F 8am-5pm.

Pantego Fire Department
10/12/2020

Pantego Fire Department

****Fire Prevention Month 2020****
Each year, from 2016 to 2018, fire departments in the US responded to an estimated average of 189,300 cooking fires in residential buildings.
These fires caused an estimated 170 deaths, 3,300 injuries and $443 million in property loss.
To prevent becoming a statistic remember these three things:
- Unattended cooking is the leading cause of home cooking fires.
- Most home cooking fires happen on the stovetop.
- Frying foods is the greatest risk for a home cooking fire.
Remember that: Fire is Everyone’s Fight!
Source: United States Fire Administration

Pantego Fire Department
10/08/2020

Pantego Fire Department

T-shirts! We are selling T-shirts at Town Hall for breast cancer awareness month. $20 per shirt with proceeds going to Susan G Komen. Town Hall is open M-F 8am-5pm.

Notice to All Pantego residents:
10/08/2020

Notice to All Pantego residents:

Pantego Fire Department
10/07/2020

Pantego Fire Department

***Fire Safety Month 2020***
In 2018 one out of every two fires in residences in the United States were the result of cooking, and these fires resulted in 3,100 injuries.
Cooking was the leading cause of residential building fires in the ten year period between 2009 and 2018.
Be safe in the kitchen!

10/06/2020
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10/06/2020

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It's spooky season! Save the date for Pantego's Halloween Parade on Saturday, October 31! What're you going as this year? Comment below!

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10/06/2020

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Tonight's the night! Head over to Pantego Bicentennial Park for National Night Out, brought to you by Pantego Fire Department and Pantego Police Department! Who else is ready for a scavenger hunt around town? Visit the Town of Pantego page for more details on the scavenger hunt!

Ray Givens State Farm Agent
10/02/2020

Ray Givens State Farm Agent

Join us to commemorate the celebration opening of Ray Givens State Farm Agency with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 2229 W. Park Row, Arlington, TX .

The dedication will take place on October 9th at 4PM.
If you can not attend, a zoom link will be provided closer to the date.

Work began July 1st and our office is pleased with the work that has been completed and eager of what is yet to be done.

“You were born to win but to be a winner you must plan to win, prepare to win, and expect to win.”
We are setting the standard of a winning team and expect nothing less.

#RibbonCutting #RollwithRay #Winners #MakeYourMark
#AllIDoisWin

Pantego Police Department
10/02/2020

Pantego Police Department

Thank you so very much to the Pantego Community Relations Board!! They purchased these awesome yard signs in support of our police officers!! If you are a citizen or business in Pantego, please get one. We would love to see them all throughout Pantego. They are free and available Mon - Fri 8-5 at the PD, 2600 Miller Lane. After 5, please contact Dispatch at 817-274-2511 and they will have an officer deliver it. Thanks again CRB!!!

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1614 S Bowen Rd
Pantego, TX
76013

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History of the Town of Pantego

The Town of Pantego was incorporated in its present form with minor later adjustments, on May 22, 1952, after a previous incorporation in June 1949 and a dis-incorporation in February 1952.

Pantego had its origins in the area bounded on the west by present day Handley, on the south by Arkansas Lane, on the east by Jones Drive and Fielder Road, formerly Henry Road, and on the north by the Texas and Pacific Railroad.

Two creeks run from south to north through the area, viz. Rush Creek and Village Creek, formerly Caddo Creek, the latter believed to be named for Indian villages in the area.

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