City of Westworth Village

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Mark your calendar for this Thursday, June 10th from 5:00-7:30 PM! Burton Hill Elementary PTO will be hosting their mont...
06/08/2021

Mark your calendar for this Thursday, June 10th from 5:00-7:30 PM! Burton Hill Elementary PTO will be hosting their monthly Food Truck Fundraiser at the City Hall Parking Lot. This month will feature Casa Elotes, Chula's Kitchen, and froyo from Sweet Frog! A portion of all sales support Burton Hill Elementary PTO!

Mark your calendar for this Thursday, June 10th from 5:00-7:30 PM! Burton Hill Elementary PTO will be hosting their monthly Food Truck Fundraiser at the City Hall Parking Lot. This month will feature Casa Elotes, Chula's Kitchen, and froyo from Sweet Frog! A portion of all sales support Burton Hill Elementary PTO!

The annual clean up event is back at City Hall! The event will be held in the Municipal Complex parking lot tomorrow, Sa...
06/04/2021

The annual clean up event is back at City Hall! The event will be held in the Municipal Complex parking lot tomorrow, Saturday, June 5, 2021 - from 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Remember to bring proof of residency (copy of water bill or drivers license).

We cannot accept paints, tires, oil, insecticides, items that are harmful to the environment, refrigerators, air conditioners, any Freon bearing items, batteries, or other hazardous material. If you need to dispose of hazardous waste at any time, please visit our Water Department to purchase a voucher to Fort Worth’s Environmental Collection Center. Vouchers cost $50 and you must bring your driver’s license or current water bill with you for proof of residency.

The annual clean up event is back at City Hall! The event will be held in the Municipal Complex parking lot tomorrow, Saturday, June 5, 2021 - from 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Remember to bring proof of residency (copy of water bill or drivers license).

We cannot accept paints, tires, oil, insecticides, items that are harmful to the environment, refrigerators, air conditioners, any Freon bearing items, batteries, or other hazardous material. If you need to dispose of hazardous waste at any time, please visit our Water Department to purchase a voucher to Fort Worth’s Environmental Collection Center. Vouchers cost $50 and you must bring your driver’s license or current water bill with you for proof of residency.

The Westworth Village Police Department is taking a proactive approach to reduce misunderstandings and distrust of the p...
05/20/2021
Traffic Stop Part 1: The Driver's Response

The Westworth Village Police Department is taking a proactive approach to reduce misunderstandings and distrust of the police in the performance of their duty to protect the public. An integral part of this duty is enforcing traffic laws, which often creates situations in which ordinary citizens interact with police officers in what is often perceived as a negative experience with law enforcement.

Our goal is to help educate the public and help them understand a little better what the officer is thinking, what they are looking for as they approach the vehicle, why they park their patrol car the way they do, etc.

These videos were created by a law enforcement partner to provide views from the driver’s perspective as well as an officers on a traffic stop. Hopefully, we can work together to create a more positive interaction and better understanding of what we do and why.

Traffic safety is important for your safety as you travel the roadways.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4F6hu1aVUw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rtvx29beN9Y

You have just been pulled over by the police! How SHOULD you react? How should you NOT react? Driver's Ed Zone takes you behind the wheel for this importa...

Come grab dinner and dessert TONIGHT while supporting the Burton Hill Elementary PTO from 5-7:30 PM at the City Hall par...
05/13/2021

Come grab dinner and dessert TONIGHT while supporting the Burton Hill Elementary PTO from 5-7:30 PM at the City Hall parking lot!

This month's food truck night will be featuring Gepetto's Pizza Truck, Blackberry Winter Creamery, and Bullfish Foods! Bullfish is owned by a former contestant on Hell's Kitchen!

Come grab dinner and dessert TONIGHT while supporting the Burton Hill Elementary PTO from 5-7:30 PM at the City Hall parking lot!

This month's food truck night will be featuring Gepetto's Pizza Truck, Blackberry Winter Creamery, and Bullfish Foods! Bullfish is owned by a former contestant on Hell's Kitchen!

A message from the WWV PD:
04/20/2021

A message from the WWV PD:

A message from the WWV PD:

This Saturday, April 24th, is the DEA National Drug Take Back Day from 10 AM – 2 PM and the Westworth Village Police Dep...
04/20/2021
Take Back Day

This Saturday, April 24th, is the DEA National Drug Take Back Day from 10 AM – 2 PM and the Westworth Village Police Department lobby will be a collection site. The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day addresses a crucial public safety and public health issue. According to the 2019 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 9.7 million people misused prescription pain relievers, 4.9 million people misused prescription stimulants, and 5.9 million people misused prescription tranquilizers or sedatives in 2019. The study shows that a majority of abused prescription drugs were obtained from family and friends, often from the home medicine cabinet.
The DEA’s Take Back Day events provide an opportunity for Americans to prevent drug addiction and overdose deaths.

Please bring in your expired, unwanted, or unused medications for destruction. We are unable to accept intravenous solutions, injectable items, and syringes.

This program is anonymous. You may dispose of medication in its original container or by removing the medication from its container and disposing of it directly into the disposal box. Liquid products should remain sealed in their original container. This event is for the general public only. Pharmacies, physicians, veterinarians, etc. may not dispose of products here.
For more information, please visit https://takebackday.dea.gov/

The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and anonymous means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse and medications.

Please join us in honoring our amazing team of 9-1-1 Dispatchers all next week, April 11-17, for National Public Safety ...
04/09/2021

Please join us in honoring our amazing team of 9-1-1 Dispatchers all next week, April 11-17, for National Public Safety Communicators week!

Please join us in honoring our amazing team of 9-1-1 Dispatchers all next week, April 11-17, for National Public Safety Communicators week!

Come out tomorrow to City Hall from 5 - 7:30 PM for the monthly Burton Hill Elementary PTO Food Truck Fundraiser. This m...
04/07/2021

Come out tomorrow to City Hall from 5 - 7:30 PM for the monthly Burton Hill Elementary PTO Food Truck Fundraiser. This month, Freddy's Tacos and The Burnt End BBQ will be in attendance. A portion of all sales goes to the Burton Hill PTO.

Come out tomorrow to City Hall from 5 - 7:30 PM for the monthly Burton Hill Elementary PTO Food Truck Fundraiser. This month, Freddy's Tacos and The Burnt End BBQ will be in attendance. A portion of all sales goes to the Burton Hill PTO.

Reminder: Carter Blood Care will be at City Hall for a drive this Friday! Sign up below:Westworth Village City Hallhttps...
03/24/2021

Reminder: Carter Blood Care will be at City Hall for a drive this Friday! Sign up below:

Westworth Village City Hall
https://ww3.greatpartners.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/123094

Friday, March 26, 2021
9:00 am - 2:00 pm

311 Burton Hill Road
Carter BloodCare Bus
Fort Worth, TX 76114

Elisa Greubel
Volunteer Drive Coordinator
[email protected]
817-710-2502

Reminder: Carter Blood Care will be at City Hall for a drive this Friday! Sign up below:

Westworth Village City Hall
https://ww3.greatpartners.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/123094

Friday, March 26, 2021
9:00 am - 2:00 pm

311 Burton Hill Road
Carter BloodCare Bus
Fort Worth, TX 76114

Elisa Greubel
Volunteer Drive Coordinator
[email protected]
817-710-2502

Pick up a delicious dinner and support a great cause tomorrow night at the Burton Hill Elementary PTO's Monthly Food Tru...
03/10/2021

Pick up a delicious dinner and support a great cause tomorrow night at the Burton Hill Elementary PTO's Monthly Food Truck Fundraiser. It will take place in the City Hall parking lot from 5 - 7:30 PM and feature Taste of Louisiana and Mudea's Cafe!

Pick up a delicious dinner and support a great cause tomorrow night at the Burton Hill Elementary PTO's Monthly Food Truck Fundraiser. It will take place in the City Hall parking lot from 5 - 7:30 PM and feature Taste of Louisiana and Mudea's Cafe!

After spending the week participating in FWISD's initiative "The Future is Bright: A Week of Suicide Prevention," the ci...
03/05/2021

After spending the week participating in FWISD's initiative "The Future is Bright: A Week of Suicide Prevention," the city staff finished off the week by donning their best bright, college, and professional-wear today as Westworth Village wants you to remember, today and always, that YOUR future is bright and we want you all to be here to see it!
#brightfutures #myfutureisbright #bealifeline #youmatter

After spending the week participating in FWISD's initiative "The Future is Bright: A Week of Suicide Prevention," the city staff finished off the week by donning their best bright, college, and professional-wear today as Westworth Village wants you to remember, today and always, that YOUR future is bright and we want you all to be here to see it!
#brightfutures #myfutureisbright #bealifeline #youmatter

03/04/2021

Fellow citizens:

After discussions and guidance from the city council and staff, I have determined the City of Westworth Village will continue its current COVID safeguards and precautions at least through the month of March.

While I appreciate Governor Abbott's recent decision regarding the State of Texas, we don't feel it is in our citizens’ and staff's best interests to loosen our restrictions at this time.

Masks will continue to be required at city hall, and we will continue our social distancing protocols. We will continue to monitor our region's progress against COVID, and reassess toward the end of March.

I assure you no one wants to open up city hall, restore our monthly luncheons, or return to our outdoor municipal activities more than I do, but the safety and health of our citizens and staff must come first.

I trust you appreciate and understand the reasons behind this decision.

Respectfully, Mayor Kelly Jones

As we continue with Suicide Prevention week, we would like to encourage everyone to Be a Lifeline by knowing and sharing...
03/03/2021

As we continue with Suicide Prevention week, we would like to encourage everyone to Be a Lifeline by knowing and sharing the Suicide Prevention Hotline phone number 800-273-8255 or chat service https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/

As we continue with Suicide Prevention week, we would like to encourage everyone to Be a Lifeline by knowing and sharing the Suicide Prevention Hotline phone number 800-273-8255 or chat service https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/

#brightfutures #myfutureisbright #bealifeline #youmatter
03/03/2021

#brightfutures #myfutureisbright #bealifeline #youmatter

#brightfutures #myfutureisbright #bealifeline #youmatter

After the great success of last year's drives and the continued critically low blood supply within our community, Carter...
03/01/2021

After the great success of last year's drives and the continued critically low blood supply within our community, Carter BloodCare will be hosting another drive this month! Click the link below to sign up:

Westworth Village City Hall
https://ww3.greatpartners.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/123094

Friday, March 26, 2021
9:00 am - 2:00 pm

311 Burton Hill Road
Carter BloodCare Bus
Fort Worth, TX 76114

Elisa Greubel
Volunteer Drive Coordinator
[email protected]
817-710-2502

The city, along with all communities in Tarrant County, have been invited by a student of FWISD to participate in “The F...
02/26/2021

The city, along with all communities in Tarrant County, have been invited by a student of FWISD to participate in “The Future is Bright: A Week of Suicide Prevention” from March 1-5. As suicide is the second leading cause of death in Tarrant County for children ages 1-17, we find this message is imperative to share within our community.
City staff will be participating in the events of the week, and we encourage anyone in the community who would like to join in to spread the message to do so as well:
Monday, March 1st is Mental Health Awareness Day. Wear green and eliminate the stigma of getting help. Virtually we can all put a green screen or background in any and every virtual meeting or class.
Tuesday, March 2nd is Hashtag Tuesday.
#brightfutures #myfutureisbright #bealifeline and #youmatter will be shared and posted on every social media outlet and district websites everywhere. Use these tags on your own social media posts to help spread the word.
Wednesday, March 3rd is Know the Warning Signs. Wear teal and or purple promoting suicide prevention and share the suicide prevention hotline phone number: 800-273-8255 or online chat support at https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
Thursday, March 4th is Team Up Against Suicide. Wear your favorite team attire.
Friday, March 5th is My Future is Bright. Wear apparel supporting your favorite college, university, company, business, career or bright colors.

The city, along with all communities in Tarrant County, have been invited by a student of FWISD to participate in “The Future is Bright: A Week of Suicide Prevention” from March 1-5. As suicide is the second leading cause of death in Tarrant County for children ages 1-17, we find this message is imperative to share within our community.
City staff will be participating in the events of the week, and we encourage anyone in the community who would like to join in to spread the message to do so as well:
Monday, March 1st is Mental Health Awareness Day. Wear green and eliminate the stigma of getting help. Virtually we can all put a green screen or background in any and every virtual meeting or class.
Tuesday, March 2nd is Hashtag Tuesday.
#brightfutures #myfutureisbright #bealifeline and #youmatter will be shared and posted on every social media outlet and district websites everywhere. Use these tags on your own social media posts to help spread the word.
Wednesday, March 3rd is Know the Warning Signs. Wear teal and or purple promoting suicide prevention and share the suicide prevention hotline phone number: 800-273-8255 or online chat support at https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
Thursday, March 4th is Team Up Against Suicide. Wear your favorite team attire.
Friday, March 5th is My Future is Bright. Wear apparel supporting your favorite college, university, company, business, career or bright colors.

This is a Fraud Alert from the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney's Office. As residents are trying to mop up and...
02/25/2021
Fraud Alert Video February 2021

This is a Fraud Alert from the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney's Office. As residents are trying to mop up and make repairs after the winter storm, con-artists are taking advantage of storm victims. This video will help you avoid being scammed.

This is a Fraud Alert from the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney's Office. As residents are trying to mop up and make repairs after the winter storm...

IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASEEVENT DETAILS:Date: February 23, 2021Time: 10:45 amLocation: Westworth Village City Hall flag pol...
02/22/2021

IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE

EVENT DETAILS:

Date: February 23, 2021
Time: 10:45 am
Location: Westworth Village City Hall flag pole, 311 Burton Hill Road

Everyone is invited to attend a flag raising ceremony in honor of the anniversary of the raising of the flag at Iwo Jima on February 23, 1945. On this, the 76th anniversary of this historic event, Marine veteran Corporal Don Graves along with Mayor Jones and representatives from NASJRB, will be raising the stars and stripes. Following opening remarks, Graves will be leading attendees in the pledge of allegiance and singing the national anthem. Corporal Graves is the last living witness to the actual flag raising on that day. He was off camera and knew all those who raised the flag. He remains active in his community and supports veterans around the country. He speaks at multiple events and loves to sing our national anthem and God Bless America.

In addition to Corporal Graves, 10-12 NASJRB representatives will be in attendance. Please help us honor these American heroes by taking a moment from your day to honor our flag!

Historical links provided below:

https://blogs.va.gov/VAntage/71941/75th-anniversary-flag-raising-iwo-jima/

https://www.dclarkeevans.com/portfolio/graves-don/?category=semperfi

www.cityofwestworth.com/city-council

IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE

EVENT DETAILS:

Date: February 23, 2021
Time: 10:45 am
Location: Westworth Village City Hall flag pole, 311 Burton Hill Road

Everyone is invited to attend a flag raising ceremony in honor of the anniversary of the raising of the flag at Iwo Jima on February 23, 1945. On this, the 76th anniversary of this historic event, Marine veteran Corporal Don Graves along with Mayor Jones and representatives from NASJRB, will be raising the stars and stripes. Following opening remarks, Graves will be leading attendees in the pledge of allegiance and singing the national anthem. Corporal Graves is the last living witness to the actual flag raising on that day. He was off camera and knew all those who raised the flag. He remains active in his community and supports veterans around the country. He speaks at multiple events and loves to sing our national anthem and God Bless America.

In addition to Corporal Graves, 10-12 NASJRB representatives will be in attendance. Please help us honor these American heroes by taking a moment from your day to honor our flag!

Historical links provided below:

https://blogs.va.gov/VAntage/71941/75th-anniversary-flag-raising-iwo-jima/

https://www.dclarkeevans.com/portfolio/graves-don/?category=semperfi

www.cityofwestworth.com/city-council

A reminder from the Westworth Village Police Department.
02/18/2021

A reminder from the Westworth Village Police Department.

A reminder from the Westworth Village Police Department.

02/15/2021

Westworth Village city offices will remained closed tomorrow, Tuesday, February 16th due to weather. We hope all citizens stay safe and warm. We will be providing updates as the situation progresses.

With several days of freezing temperatures ahead, Westworth Village would like to offer some tips on keeping your home s...
02/10/2021

With several days of freezing temperatures ahead, Westworth Village would like to offer some tips on keeping your home safe.

With several days of freezing temperatures ahead, Westworth Village would like to offer some tips on keeping your home safe.

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311 Burton Hill Rd
Westworth Village, TX
76114

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This is the official page for the City of Westworth Village. This page is intended solely to disseminate information about the City of Westworth Village, Westworth Village Police Department, and Westworth Village Public Library. As such, this page is not monitored and does not allow external commentary. This page is unable to accept private messages. We reserve the right to regulate the content of this page and all comments posted to the page, including but not limited to text, photos, memes, stickers or emojis, will be hidden from view or deleted. If you have an emergency, please call 9-1-1. If you would like to contact a representative of the city, please call us at 817-710-2500 or visit our website at www.cityofwestworth.com to locate contact information. Thank you for your cooperating and for visiting our page.

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Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

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