5024 Broadway Ave.
Haltom City, TX  76117
817-222-7700

Thanksgiving Holiday

City facilities will be closed Thursday & Friday, November 23 & 24, for the Thanksgiving Holiday

November 7, 2017 Election Results

The November 7, 2017 election results can be found at the Tarrant County elections website.

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Hurricane Harvey

Haltom City is not accepting material donations such as clothing and blankets for the victims of Hurricane Harvey. If citizens want to contribute to Hurricane Harvey disaster relief money may be donated directly to the American Red Cross. Select Hurricane Harvey from the drop-down menu. At this time and in the upcoming days, money will be the greatest need and the easiest and most convenient way of assisting those affected..

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Christmas on Broadway - Dec 2

Where can you find a petting zoo, horse-drawn carriage rides, awesome inflatables,…
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FATHOM Onsite Audits

Please be aware between November 13-22, 2017, representatives from our new water…
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New Water Bill Cut-Off Dates

In preparation for changes coming to the Utility Billing Department (including our…
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HC Partners w/ Fathom Water Mgmt.

Haltom City & FathomTM Water Management, Inc. (Fathom), the utility-to-utility…

"StormReady" Designation

On April 1st, 2010, Mark Fox, of the National Weather Service, presented Haltom City Emergency Management Coordinator Perry Bynum and Mayor Bill Langford with the StormReady Community Designation. Haltom City is one of sixty seven communities in Texas that have received the StormReady designation.

There are three steps to becoming StormReady: written application, verification visit(s), and local board action. Applicants with jurisdiction over a community and unincorporated areas of the surrounding county need only submit one application with the combined populations. The application requests a basic accounting of emergency technology and a brief narrative describing preparedness and planning activities. The narrative aids in assessing such things as the hazardous weather plan, exercises and public safety programs.

After reviewing the application, the StormReady Chairperson will assign a team to visit the applicant and formally discuss the application. StormReady communities are better prepared to save lives from the onslaught of severe weather through advanced planning, education and awareness. No community is storm proof, but StormReady can help communities save lives.