5024 Broadway Ave.
Haltom City, TX  76117


Utility Billing Office Closed on Jan 11, 2018

The FATHOM Customer Service Center opened at 8:00 a.m. on January 15, 2018 at 5417 Stanley Keller Rd. Payments can also be made at https://haltomcity.U2YOU.gwfathom.com or by calling 833-764-5239.

More information on the FATHOM transition can be found here. We appreciate your patience during this transition.

Community Projects

4839 Broadway Ave.
Haltom City, TX  76117

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday 7:30AM-4:30PM

Contact Information

Community Projects Coordinator 817-222-7767

Community Projects - News & Events

Haltom City Community Projects, a division of the Parks & Recreation Department, coordinates projects relating to improving the quality of life for its citizens. Their news & events are listed here.

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KHCB Honored by Keep Texas Beautiful

keep haltom city beautiful gold star affiliate 2016 awardThe 49th annual Keep Texas Beautiful (KTB) Conference was held in Sugarland, Texas during the month of June, 2016. Keep Haltom City Beautiful (KHCB) Board member Rick Edgett represented Haltom City at the annual conference. KHCB was honored again as a Gold Star Affiliate and earned Sustained Excellence from our events and programs during the 2015 calendar year. KHCB also once again won 2nd place in our category of the 2015 Governor’s Community Achievement Awards (GCAA).

KHCB has won this prestigious award three times in its history: 1989, 1998, & 2004. Winning this award brought in $250,000 for a new landscaping project along a TxDOT roadway in Haltom City.

If you are interested in serving on our Board, please fill out an application to serve on a board or commission or contact the Community Projects Coordinator.

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keep haltom city beautiful gold star affiliate 2016 keep texas beautiful(L to R) Wayne Clowers, Birdi Blocker, Rick Edgett, Councilmember Walter Grow, & Carol Williams (Chair)


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Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County

Meals on Wheels of Tarrant Countymeals on wheels tarrant county just recently opened a new facility here in Haltom City, located at 5740 Airport Freeway. The goal of Meals on Wheels  is to promote the dignity and independence of older adults, persons with disabilities, and other homebound persons by delivering nutritious meals and providing or coordinating needed services.

Some quick facts on their services include:

  • 919,680 meals were delivered by Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County to elderly, homebound and disabled people in 2015
  • Their oldest client is 108 and their youngest client is 22
  • They offer a HomeMeds medication management program by pharmaceutical technicians
  • It only takes an hour to deliver meals to 9 clients
  • It cost just $6 to feed a client in need for one day

Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County is always looking for volunteers to pick-up and deliver meals, as well as support their community events. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, donating financially, or know someone who should be a Meals on Wheels client, please visit http://mealsonwheels.org/ for more information.

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2016 Photo Contest Winners

2016 images haltom city photo contest aa best showJudges have studied the 342 entries in the 2016 Images of Haltom City Photo Contest and have chosen the winners. Best of Show honors (at right) went to Mamie Thornbrue for her picture of a classic car at a local classic car dealer, entered in the Haltom City Scenes category. The winner will be published in the 2017 Haltom City Community Calendar, and Thornbrue will receive a $200 prize for her work.

Photos are separated in to nine categories...with those taken in Haltom City (red) eligible for the Best of Show honor.

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KHCB Earns National Recognition

keep america beautiful affiliate keep haltom city beautifulKeep Haltom City Beautiful (KHCB) was honored by Keep America Beautiful (KAB) with their Affiliate Award of Excellence for 2015. KAB wants us to strive to create a more beautiful, cleaner, and improved environment through new technologies, improved waste handling and public space stewardship. KHCB efforts were recognized because of our program activities in beautification and community greening, litter prevention and community revitalization, recycling and waste reduction and environmental education. 

If you would like to serve on the KHCB Beautification Board, please fill out this online application form.

If you would like to volunteer for our next event, please fill out this online volunteer application.

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Community Powered Revitalization Pgm

6 stones community powered revitalization programWhat is the Community powered Revitalization Program?

The Community Powered Revitalization (CPR) Program was created to help pair volunteers with homeowners from the City of Haltom City who are unable to complete necessary exterior repairs to their homes because of difficulties or circumstances beyond their control. More info can be found here.

Am I Eligible for the CPR Program?

The CPR program is designed to provide help to those homeowners who are in the greatest need of assistance and are unable to perform the necessary work themselves. A homeowner must meet one or more of the following criteria to be considered eligible for assistance through the CPR program:

  • handicapped
  • disabled
  • elderly
  • be a single head of household (single parent) with children under 18 years old living at home

Additionally, this program is limited to those homeowners who meet certain income restrictions and have lived at their current residence for a minimum of 2 years. This program assists with exterior home repairs only. To determine if you are eligible for this program, please fill out this application form and a member of the CPR Committee will contact you to discuss your situation.

How Long Does it Take For My Home to be Repaired?

Once it is determined that a homeowner is eligible for the CPR program, their address will be added to a list of homes currently needing assistance. This list is shared with volunteer organizations who have partnered with Haltom City to assist with the CPR Program. Volunteers include churches, businesses, civic organizations and individuals who have a desire to help. These are the organizations that will ultimately select your specific home and complete the necessary repairs. Due to this being a volunteer based program, guarantees cannot be made regarding a time frame of when or if your home will be chosen from this list. It is also a possibility that only a portion of the items you requested will be completed due to the limitations of the volunteer organizations.

How Do I Apply to the CPR Program?

To apply for assistance through the CPR Program, please complete this entire application and return it to:

Community Powered Revitalization Program: c/o J. Orebaugh
4839 Broadway Ave.
Haltom City, Texas 76117

How Do I Volunteer for a CPR Project?

The CPR Program utilizes an array for volunteers when working to complete assistance projects. If you would like to volunteer for upcoming projects fill out the online form located here.


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Dolly Parton's Imagination Library

united way dolly parton imagination libraryDolly Parton’s Imagination Library wants to give your Preschooler a FREE Book! If you have a preschooler at home and live in the 76117 zip code of Haltom City, you are eligible to receive one free book mailed to you each month through the United Way of Tarrant County and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.

It sounds too simple to be true, but by reading regularly with your children during their preschool years, you are giving them the biggest boost toward a successful education they will ever get.

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library will help you read with your child. There are many reasons parents do not read to their child, but we can eliminate one of them. Every child will have books of their very own...at no cost to you, thanks to United Way of Tarrant County, community partners and Dolly Parton.

Each month a new, carefully selected book will be mailed in your child’s name directly to your home. He/she can look forward to new and exciting reading adventures from Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library until he/she turns five years old as long as you remain a resident in 76117.

For more info and to register your child visit this website.

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Community ProjectsFeatured News & Events

  • AIC Gallery Night - Apr 7

    Join us for a wonderful and varied experience as Art in the City presents works of watercolor, oils, acrylics, mixed media, wood turning and pottery during Gallery Night on...

  • TX Trash-Off - Apr 7

    Join us on Saturday, April 7, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the BISD Environmental Study Center (mapped below) to meet your neighbors and clean up our city. All...

  • '18 Fine Arts Student Scholarship

    The 2nd annual Haltom City Fine Arts Student Scholarship is now accepting applications from Haltom City 2018 graduating senior students. It is the desire of the city to...

  • Refresh BISD - Aug 18

    For the past eight years, Haltom City has hosted the Annual Back to School Health Fair every July. This event provided backpacks, school supplies and community resources to...

  • 2018 Images of HC Photo Contest

    The 2018 Images of Haltom City Photo Contest is celebrating it's 30th anniversary this year, and we are now accepting submissions! There are nine different categories to enter,...

  • BISD Community Engagement

    Birdville Independent School Dis­trict (BISD) has developed a com­munity engagement office that com­municates the specific needs of each school campus and coordinates the...

  • 2018 Community Calendar

    The 2018 Haltom City Community Calendars are now available at City Hall, the Recreation Center and the Public Library. These calendars feature photos from the 2017 Images...

  • Fine Arts Scholarship Winners

    The City of Haltom City present­ed three Haltom City graduating seniors with a $500 Fine Arts Student Scholarship at the Northeast Tarrant County Chamber of Commerce’s May...

  • NE Tarrant County’s Hometown Heroes

    The 2017 Hometown Heroes An­nual Luncheon, held on May 18, 2017, celebrat­ed more than 40 local Hometown Heroes from Northeast Tarrant Coun­ty at the Hurst Conference...

  • WT Francisco - Clean Campus

    W.T. Francisco Elemen­tary has been awarded $500 for being the Cleanest Campus in Haltom City for the 2016-17 school year. Keep Haltom City Beauti­ful (KHCB) rated the local...