Things such as paying your water bill, registering your pet or appying to serve on a board or commission can be done online.
Parks & Rec Online Registration
If you would like to register online for a class or a league that operates through Haltom City Parks & Recreation you may do so here.
Pay Water Bill
Haltom City residents/business owners can now pay their water bill online. Just follow the link and enter your account number. If you have any questions call Utility Billing at 817 222-7717.
Pay Court Fine
Haltom City Municipal Court also takes payment of fines online.
Report a Problem
Have an issue with traffic safety? See a pothole that needs filling or graffiti that needs eradication? Any number of quality of life issues can be addressed by filling out and submitting this online form. Once submitted as city official from the respective department will be assigned to the issue.
In an effort to reduce the inconvenience to those involved in traffic accidents, the Haltom City Police Department has implemented a new online process for obtaining copies of police reports. Reports can be printed from the Internet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Reports will normally be available online within 10 days of the accident. Go to http://HaltomCitytx.policereports.us/, enter the required information, and the report can be printed immediately. Reports will still be available from the Haltom City Police Department's Records Unit between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Working with more than 600 agencies across North America, CrimeReports is the largest online resource for accurate, up-to-date crime information. The CrimeReports network offers a family of affordable, easy-to-use software tools for law enforcement agencies to understand crime trends and share current neighborhood crime data with the public. Community members can access the integrated crime map and receive email crime alerts for free at www.CrimeReports.com, empowering them to make informed decisions to help improve the safety of their neighborhood and community.
Safe City Commission's Crime Stoppers has launched a new web-based crime-fighting tool. Residents can now submit a Crime Stopper tip through an anonymous live web chat by clicking the "chat" button on their site.
Any form from the various departments can be accessed here. If you are devising plans for permit applications you will find what you need here. Of course, for a full explanation of procedures it's recommended visitors start with the specific department page, which can be accessed by clicking the drop-down menu "Departments" at the top of this page.
Haltom City's cable television division, HCTV, produces a variety of programming geared towards informing and entertaining residents. All City Council meetings are taped and cablecast live and tape delayed over the city's government access channel on Charter Cable, channel 27. If you don't have cable don't fret, you can still see any programming that is produced by city staff for HCTV. Haltom City has an account with Vimeo, a HD video hosting site. See a list of programming available online.
Programs are added continually so bookmark/subscribe to the page and check back frequently.
Facebook is an online community that gives people the opportunity to connect and share ideas, experiences and information. Become a fan of our Facebook site and get updates/information on city events and anything else we might think you might find useful as a resident and/or fan of anything "Haltom City".
Signing up with the city's Twitter account will get you updates to city information on a regular basis.
Haltom City has launched Nixle, a new Community Information Service designed to deliver important and timely information to residents in our area using the latest technology. This service delivers trustworthy and important neighborhood-level public safety and community event notifications instantly sent to you by cell phone text message, email, and web. There is NO Spam or Advertising. Nixle is available at no cost (standard text message rates apply for cell phone subscribers who do not have text plans with their cell phone providers).
Stay connected to your world, from the public safety alerts that are relevant to you, to the important neighborhood advisories you want to know about, and other valuable community information. You decide what information you want and whether you want it sent to your cell phone, email, or just simply over the web.