We Need Your Help

Newly planted trees, rose bushes and other foliage are being stolen along the newly constructed backage roads just north and south of IH 820 (east and west of Haltom Rd.). Haltom City officials have worked hard to construct new roadways to help spur new commercial development along the IH 820 corridor. As part of the project, street intersections and corners have been beautifully landscaped, only to have the newly planted trees and shrubs stolen over the last week (at night) on multiple occasions. If you have any information or have seen anything suspicious, please call the Haltom City Police department at 817-222-7071.

Haltom City - City Manager's Office

The City Manager in Haltom City is responsible for day to day operations of the city. The Assistant City Manager also assists in these duties, along with an Executive Administrative Assistant.

The City Manager's office is available to the public 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday at the City Hall Municipal Complex, 5024 Broadway Ave. The City Manager's office can be reached at 817 222-7748 or by email.

City Manager

tom muirCity Manager Thomas J. Muir holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from Oral Roberts University. He is a member of the International City Managers Association and the Texas City Managers Association. He has been with Haltom City since May 2002. Prior to joining Haltom City he was with the City of Killeen, Texas for 11 years, most recently as the Director of General Services.

Assistant City Manager

Assistant City Manager Chuck Barnett earned his bachelor’s degree in marketing from Texas Wesleyan College in Fort Worth. Mr. Barnett has been with Haltom City since February, 2006. He had spent the previous 14 years with the City of Bedford, spending the last five and a half years in the top management position.