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Operating as usual

02/23/2022

From Meals on Wheels:

Due to continued inclement weather, Meals On Wheels of Tarrant County will be closed again on Thursday, February 24th. There will be no meal delivery on Thursday.

We will continue to monitor the weather as well as local street conditions to determine when we can safely reopen.

Please stay safe and warm, and be sure to check on your elderly friends and neighbors.

02/23/2022

Trash services will not be continued today. They will resume as normal on Saturday, including the extra accumulated from today.

City Hall will be closing today at 3:00 PM. We will tentatively be reopening at 10:30 AM tomorrow, depending on road conditions.

If you need emergency assistance, dial 9-1-1. For non-emergency assistance, contact the police dispatch center at (817) 738-3675.

02/04/2022

Waste Connections has notified the city they will not be able to pick up trash tomorrow, Saturday, February 5, due to road conditions. They will resume normal services on Wednesday. In addition, they understand that you may have accumulated more trash than will fit inside the trash/recycling receptacles due to the missed pick up. So, this Wednesday, you can place properly bagged trash or boxed recycling by the curb for pick up.

As the winter weather approaches this week, Westworth Village and MedStar want to provide our citizens with some helpful...
02/01/2022

As the winter weather approaches this week, Westworth Village and MedStar want to provide our citizens with some helpful tips for their safety and the safety of their property.

Visit the new Childcare Network in Westworth Village this Saturday, January 29 from 10 AM - noon for story time! There w...
01/26/2022

Visit the new Childcare Network in Westworth Village this Saturday, January 29 from 10 AM - noon for story time! There will be arts and crafts, hot cocoa and cookies, and bilingual story time.

The Westworth Village PD would like to let our citizens know that SB 5, the safe outdoor dog bill, has passed and we wil...
01/25/2022

The Westworth Village PD would like to let our citizens know that SB 5, the safe outdoor dog bill, has passed and we will be enforcing these updated requirements.

Senator Hancock and Representative Giovanni Capriglione are hosting a Tarrant County ERCOT Virtual Town Hall with Brad J...
01/20/2022

Senator Hancock and Representative Giovanni Capriglione are hosting a Tarrant County ERCOT Virtual Town Hall with Brad Jones, the Interim President and CEO of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) moderated by Commissioner Gary Fickes at 7pm on January 25th. We will hear an update on the state of our electric grid followed by a Q/A session. This virtual town hall is open to the public. Register at www.TarrantTownHall.com

From MedStar:The number of patients per day that MedStar crews suspect as potentially suffering from COVID continues inc...
01/14/2022

From MedStar:

The number of patients per day that MedStar crews suspect as potentially suffering from COVID continues increase!

The average number of patients per day climbed to 157 per day for the period of January 6th through the 12th, a 127% rate of increase from November.

The number of patients treated on scene and not transported to area hospitals MedStar’s COVID Non-Transport protocol is also increasing, up 500% from November.

The number of patients treated on scene and not transported to area hospitals MedStar’s COVID Non-Transport protocol is also increasing, up 500% from November.

Our next COVID vaccine clinic is scheduled for today from 12n – 6p.

https://usa.quickscreen.health/medstar-vaccination#/screening

01/11/2022

Dear Travelers, Roaring Springs Rd. will be reduced to one lane traffic from 01/19 – 04/22/2022, and traffic will be coordinated through the construction site with traffic lights.

There will be no access between Westover Dr. and Roaring Springs Rd. 01/13 – 02/15/2022.

Tips for safe travels through the area:
Plan your route ahead
Reserve extra time to get to your destination safely
Prepare for moderate wait times
Watch out for the construction workers

Thank you for your cooperation and stay safe!

Childcare Network will officially be open and welcoming children on Monday, January 10th at 6:30 AM. If you would like t...
01/07/2022

Childcare Network will officially be open and welcoming children on Monday, January 10th at 6:30 AM. If you would like to inquire about open spots for enrollment, contact Marie Fetterman at 817.349.2941 or [email protected]

01/07/2022

Citizens,

With the recent surge of COVID and flu among our citizens and staff, the regular city council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, January 11, and the Long Range Planning Committee meeting scheduled for Thursday, January 13, are being cancelled. We realize this is highly unusual, but given the circumstances and in the interest of public health, both the Mayor and I feel it is appropriate.

The planned council agenda would have been exceedingly light, with the only two action items:

1. calling the May elections, and

2. formal approval of a renewal of an equipment lease.

Both can be easily pushed to the February meeting.

The planned Long Range Planning agenda included a Public Hearing that is expected to have a high turn out - which would be counterproductive in the interest of public health - and we want everyone to be able to participate. I will be polling the committee members for dates in February and new notices will be sent out once a quorum is confirmed.

All city services continue to be available, with a few modifications depending on who is in the office.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you need assistance. Thank you for understanding and I look forward to seeing you in February.

- Brandy Barrett

City Administrator /City Secretary

12/15/2021

The city will be hosting another blood drive at City Hall on Friday, December 17, 2021 from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM. As the holidays approach, please consider giving the biggest gift of all—the gift of life. Additionally, all donors will receive a $10 Amazon gift card.

There is currently an elevated need for O and B- blood.

If possible, they will accommodate walk-ins, but scheduling an appointment is HIGHLY encouraged. To schedule, follow this link: https://ww3.greatpartners.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/128293

Don't forget to stop by the new Childcare Network in Westworth Village today for their open house! Check out all the ame...
12/14/2021

Don't forget to stop by the new Childcare Network in Westworth Village today for their open house! Check out all the amenities our first childcare center in town has to offer!

Come join Mayor Jones and city officials as we welcome the city's newest business, Childcare Network, for their ribbon c...
12/10/2021

Come join Mayor Jones and city officials as we welcome the city's newest business, Childcare Network, for their ribbon cutting ceremony and open house on Tuesday, December 14, from 9 AM until 6 PM.

The city will be hosting another blood drive at City Hall on Friday, December 17, 2021 from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM. As the ho...
12/06/2021

The city will be hosting another blood drive at City Hall on Friday, December 17, 2021 from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM. As the holidays approach, please consider giving the biggest gift of all—the gift of life. Additionally, all donors will receive a $10 Amazon gift card.

There is currently an elevated need for O and B- blood.

If possible, they will accommodate walk-ins, but scheduling an appointment is HIGHLY encouraged. To schedule, follow this link: https://ww3.greatpartners.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/128293

Come out to City Hall this Saturday for a visit with Santa! He will begin his parade on a Fort Worth Firetruck at 9:00 A...
12/01/2021

Come out to City Hall this Saturday for a visit with Santa! He will begin his parade on a Fort Worth Firetruck at 9:00 AM and be delivered to City Hall where he will be available for free a photo op until noon. Visitors will get one free, printed photo, a take-n-make packet of Christmas crafts, and a snack to-go!

11/22/2021
Annual Holiday Grease Roundup

Westworth Village is a participating Cease the Grease location! As you enjoy your holiday meals, please remember never to pour cooking grease down your drains and into our water systems. You may find a disposal site at our Public Works shop - 128 Koldin Ln., Westworth Village, TX 76114

'Tis the season for theft from automobiles. Recently there has been a rash of such thefts throughout Westworth Village. ...
11/15/2021

'Tis the season for theft from automobiles. Recently there has been a rash of such thefts throughout Westworth Village. The Westworth Village PD urges you to follow these simple steps that greatly reduce your chances of becoming a victim:

* Hide or remove all belongings and valuables from the car
* Lock your car
* Take your keys with you

If you do experience theft from your vehicle or if you witness it in action or observe suspicious behavior, please contact the police department.

Don't forget to pick up dinner this week and support your local school! Burton Hill PTO will be having JR's BBQ, Bondi's...
11/08/2021

Don't forget to pick up dinner this week and support your local school! Burton Hill PTO will be having JR's BBQ, Bondi's Bowls and Texas Snow food trucks Thursday, November 11th from 5:00 - 8:00 PM in the City Hall parking lot. A portion of all sales goes to support the PTO!

The city has set up a fall photo-op location outside of City Hall for citizens to enjoy throughout the season! We welcom...
10/22/2021

The city has set up a fall photo-op location outside of City Hall for citizens to enjoy throughout the season! We welcome you to stop by and snap a few photos!

Don’t forget to join us tonight from 5:30 - 7:30 for an evening of free community fun at Hawks Creek Golf Club!
10/21/2021

Don’t forget to join us tonight from 5:30 - 7:30 for an evening of free community fun at Hawks Creek Golf Club!

Fellow Citizens: It is my pleasure to invite you to Westworth Village’s 2021 Fall Festival, to be held this coming Thurs...
10/19/2021

Fellow Citizens:

It is my pleasure to invite you to Westworth Village’s 2021 Fall Festival, to be held this coming Thursday, October 21st, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm, at the Hawks Creek Golf Club pavilion overlooking the 18th green and fairway.

Due to Covid, we naturally missed last year’s event, but our Fall Festival held two years ago was an outstanding success, with approximately 175 attendees. We are hoping for “bigger and better” this year, as our staff has made extensive plans for this year’s event.

There will be two inflatable obstacle courses (toddler and youth), and a bounce house for the younger children. In addition, there will be face painting, animal balloon art, pumpkin decorating, and cotton candy for those so inclined.

As before, our senior police officers will be cooking hamburgers and hot dogs, and we will have free lemonade and soft drinks. Our golf course staff will provide a drink cart with adult beverages for purchase.

Several booths will be present, staffed by local businesses.

Our public safety officers will be present with their emergency equipment, including a fire truck, ambulance, and police car, all available for your inspection.

We will also have a photo booth, and all of these events and attractions are free! (except for the adult beverages)

I hope you can join other Westworth Village residents and casually mingle with your neighbors, city staff, and your elected officials in this beautiful spot in Westworth Village. If you have not been to this pavilion, it is truly a beautiful site overlooking the golf course.

On behalf of the staff and city council, we look forward to seeing you Thursday afternoon.

Best regards, Mayor Kelly Jones

Come out for dinner tonight and support your local school! Burton Hill PTO will be having Big Tyme BBQ and Magdalenas fo...
10/14/2021

Come out for dinner tonight and support your local school! Burton Hill PTO will be having Big Tyme BBQ and Magdalenas food trucks tonight, October 14th from 5:00 - 8:00 PM in the City Hall parking lot. A portion of all sales goes to support the PTO!

Declutter, make some holiday money, and support a great cause! The Burton Hill PTO will be sponsoring a community-wide g...
10/06/2021

Declutter, make some holiday money, and support a great cause!

The Burton Hill PTO will be sponsoring a community-wide garage sale on Saturday, November 13th. For a $25 tax-deductible donation, you can be registered and added to the list being marketed by the BHE PTO - you must register and pay by November 1st. To participate, email [email protected]

On that date, there will also be food trucks at City Hall with items for purchase for shoppers to enjoy!

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311 Burton Hill Rd
Westworth Village, TX
76114

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Thursday 8am - 5pm
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From Meals on Wheels: Due to continued inclement weather, Meals On Wheels of Tarrant County will be closed again on Thursday, February 24th. There will be no meal delivery on Thursday. We will continue to monitor the weather as well as local street conditions to determine when we can safely reopen. Please stay safe and warm, and be sure to check on your elderly friends and neighbors.
Trash services will not be continued today. They will resume as normal on Saturday, including the extra accumulated from today. City Hall will be closing today at 3:00 PM. We will tentatively be reopening at 10:30 AM tomorrow, depending on road conditions. If you need emergency assistance, dial 9-1-1. For non-emergency assistance, contact the police dispatch center at (817) 738-3675.
Waste Connections has notified the city they will not be able to pick up trash tomorrow, Saturday, February 5, due to road conditions. They will resume normal services on Wednesday. In addition, they understand that you may have accumulated more trash than will fit inside the trash/recycling receptacles due to the missed pick up. So, this Wednesday, you can place properly bagged trash or boxed recycling by the curb for pick up.
As the winter weather approaches this week, Westworth Village and MedStar want to provide our citizens with some helpful tips for their safety and the safety of their property.
Visit the new Childcare Network in Westworth Village this Saturday, January 29 from 10 AM - noon for story time! There will be arts and crafts, hot cocoa and cookies, and bilingual story time.
The Westworth Village PD would like to let our citizens know that SB 5, the safe outdoor dog bill, has passed and we will be enforcing these updated requirements.
Senator Hancock and Representative Giovanni Capriglione are hosting a Tarrant County ERCOT Virtual Town Hall with Brad Jones, the Interim President and CEO of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) moderated by Commissioner Gary Fickes at 7pm on January 25th. We will hear an update on the state of our electric grid followed by a Q/A session. This virtual town hall is open to the public. Register at www.TarrantTownHall.com
From MedStar: The number of patients per day that MedStar crews suspect as potentially suffering from COVID continues increase! The average number of patients per day climbed to 157 per day for the period of January 6th through the 12th, a 127% rate of increase from November. The number of patients treated on scene and not transported to area hospitals MedStar’s COVID Non-Transport protocol is also increasing, up 500% from November. The number of patients treated on scene and not transported to area hospitals MedStar’s COVID Non-Transport protocol is also increasing, up 500% from November. Our next COVID vaccine clinic is scheduled for today from 12n – 6p. https://usa.quickscreen.health/medstar-vaccination#/screening
Childcare Network will officially be open and welcoming children on Monday, January 10th at 6:30 AM. If you would like to inquire about open spots for enrollment, contact Marie Fetterman at 817.349.2941 or [email protected]
Citizens, With the recent surge of COVID and flu among our citizens and staff, the regular city council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, January 11, and the Long Range Planning Committee meeting scheduled for Thursday, January 13, are being cancelled. We realize this is highly unusual, but given the circumstances and in the interest of public health, both the Mayor and I feel it is appropriate. The planned council agenda would have been exceedingly light, with the only two action items: 1. calling the May elections, and 2. formal approval of a renewal of an equipment lease. Both can be easily pushed to the February meeting. The planned Long Range Planning agenda included a Public Hearing that is expected to have a high turn out - which would be counterproductive in the interest of public health - and we want everyone to be able to participate. I will be polling the committee members for dates in February and new notices will be sent out once a quorum is confirmed. All city services continue to be available, with a few modifications depending on who is in the office. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you need assistance. Thank you for understanding and I look forward to seeing you in February. - Brandy Barrett City Administrator /City Secretary