• Little Fossil Park Renovation

    little fossil park haltom city renovationThe grand opening for the renovated Little Fossil Park was held Saturday, March 29th. The renovated park, located at 4412 Hadley St., now has:

    • three tournament quality softball fields
    • new lighting system
    • new playground
    • new concession building
    • new restroom building
    • 85 additional parking spaces

    The improvements to the park were made possible by funds from the 2010 bond election.

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  • May 10 General Election

    haltom city may 10 2014 election

    Haltom City will be holding a General Election to elect Council Places 3, 4, 5 and 6. Election day is Saturday, May 10th.

    The candidates are as follows:

    • Council Place 3 – David Averitt (Unopposed)
    • Council Place 4 – Trae Fowler, Willis O’Dell, and Brent Weast (ordered as they will appear on ballot)
    • Council Place 5 – Bob Watkins (Unopposed)
    • Council Place 6 – Stephanie Davenport (Unopposed)

    Polling places will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 10, 2014.

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  • Spring Dumpster Day

    dumpster day haltom cityHaltom City's Spring Dumpster Day will be held Saturday, April 26th from 8:00 a.m. to noon at the Progressive Convenience Center, 2120 Minnis Dr. This bi-annual event gives residents the opportunity to dispose of construction material, unbundled brush & up to four tires. There is a limit to one pickup load per household.

    A document shredding service will be offered from 9-11:00 a.m. Metal and electronics recycling will also be offered and is open to residents & non-residents.

    For more information call 817-222-7767 or email Fran Burns.

  • 2014 Photo Contest Winners

    2014 images of haltom city photo contestThe 2014 Images of Haltom City Photo Contest has wrapped up, with more than 250 entries vying for honors in nine different categories. Judging took place Thursday, March 27th at the Haltom City Recreation Center.

    This year’s judges included Gary Blocker, Cos Deleo and Michelle Cahill, all professionals in the field.

    Best of Show (at right) was taken by Haltom City resident Steven Kays.

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  • Northern Cross Blvd. Closure

    northern cross mclean temporary closureNorthern Cross Blvd. is scheduled to be widened and realigned from Beach St. to Haltom Rd. to reduce cut-through traffic between Anderson Blvd. and Haltom Rd. As part of the utility relocation portion of the project, Northern Cross Blvd. will be closed to through traffic starting Monday, February 3rd.

    The road will be closed from Colonial Park Dr. to the Bellagio Apartments. Every effort will be made to re-open the road as soon as possible, but the closure will last approximately three (3) months. Project improvements include signalization, medians, lighting and landscaping.

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2014 HCPL Book Sale

The Haltom City Public Library will be hosting their annual Friends of the Haltom City Public Library Book Sale April 24, 25 & 26. A "Box Sale" ($5/box of books) will…

Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshop

The Haltom City Senior Center will host the Stanford Chronic Disease Self-management workshop on…

Citizen's Fire Academy Starts 6/5/14

Haltom City Fire Rescue will hold a Citizen’s Fire Academy for 2014 beginning on Thursday, June 5th…

Parks & Rec Summer Camp

Join us for a super-hero filled Summer Camp for your super kids! We’re back again, bigger and…

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Spring Dumpster Day

Haltom City's Spring Dumpster Day will be held Saturday, April 26th from 8:00 a.m. to noon at the Progressive Convenience Center, 2120 Minnis Dr. This bi-annual event…

HC Earns "Tree City USA"

Thanks to the work of city departments, elected officials and community volunteers, Haltom City has…

Little Fossil Park Renovation

The grand opening for the renovated Little Fossil Park was held Saturday, March 29th. The renovated…

Computer Classes at HCPL

Computer training classes will be held at the Haltom City Public Library Wednesdays & Fridays,…

Sign Up for Email Notifications

Haltom City is starting an email notification service for citizens and business owners. This service will allow Haltom City staff to send out emails to those who choose to sign up for the service. There will be two email lists available to sign up to receive emails from...one for Haltom City citizens and another for Haltom City business owners.

Citizens can expect to receive information about special upcoming events/notifications. If you are a business owner you will receive information from the Economic Development Department that your business may find useful/beneficial.

Please be aware that this is not an emergency notification system.

To sign up to be on one or both of these lists please fill out and submit the requested information here.

Library News/Events

May Movie Night

hcpl planesJoin us Monday, May 5th at 6:30 p.m. for the Haltom City Public Library's monthly Family Movie Night. May's feature will be Disney's "Planes".

Dusty is a plane dreaming of competing as a high-flying air racer. Dusty’s courage is put to the ultimate test giving a spellbound world the inspiration to soar.

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Computer Classes at HCPL

haltom city library computersComputer training classes will be held at the Haltom City Public Library Wednesdays & Fridays, April 30th to May 30th, from 9 - 10:00 a.m. There will be various disciplines taught at these classes, including basic computer skills, email basics, internet basics, Microsoft WORD and Microsoft EXCEL.

Registration is encouraged, as seating is limited to 14 students per class. Please call 817-222-7787 to reserve your spot. These classes are free.

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2014 HCPL Book Sale

haltom city library book saleThe Haltom City Public Library will be hosting their annual Friends of the Haltom City Public Library Book Sale April 24, 25 & 26. A "Box Sale" ($5/box of books) will be held on Sunday, April 27th.

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14th Annual Writing Contest

The Haltom City Public Library's 14th Annual Writing Contest is now open to submissions. This year's theme (suggested, not mandatory) is "Write Up Your Alley". This contest is open to 5th graders to adults, and Haltom City residency is not a requirement. There also is no limit to number of entries, though each entry must be submitted separately. The deadline for submissions is Saturday, May 31st.

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Parks & Rec News/Events

3rd Mayor's Cup Golf Challenge

mayors cup golf challengeThe 3rd Annual Mayor's Cup Golf Challenge will take place Friday, April 25th at the Golf Club at Fossil Creek with a shotgun start at 2:00 p.m. Cost is $100/person or $350/team ($150/team for First Responders) and includes green fees, range balls, cart with GPS and dinner following the tournament. Online registration is available here. Mulligan packages and raffle tickets will also be sold. Sponsors are also still needed.

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Girls' Summer Volleyball

Girls’ Summer Volleyball League for ages 10 to 14 (age as of June 1) will begin in June. Cost is $30/girl or $210/team (must be a complete team). Coaches are also needed.

Registration (online available here) opens in late April.

Summer Blast Ball

blast ball logoIs your 3-5 year old looking to have a blast this summer...well Blast Ball is just for you! Blast ball is a modified version of t-ball. One player hits off a tee and makes a run for the base. When they get there, they jump on the base and it “honks.” The opposing team will be in the field waiting to catch the ball and say “BLAST!” This is a wonderful family experience and requires participation from the parents as well as the kids.

Cost is $35/player and includes a shirt. Coaches are also needed! Games will be held on Saturday mornings this summer and there will be one practice per week. Registration (online available here) begins in late April.

Call 817-831-6464 or email Christ Pruitt if you need more information or would like to volunteer to coach.

Parks & Rec Summer Camp

haltom city recreation summer campJoin us for a super-hero filled Summer Camp for your super kids! We’re back again, bigger and better. Kids ages 6-13 can join in our action-packed Summer Camp from June 9 - August 14, which will include games, crafts, sports, field trips and more. A camp t-shirt, lunch, snacks, and all activities are included in the weekly cost. A $25 registration fee is required and weekly camp cost is $95 per camper. Registration is currently under way.

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