July 16 - August 6, 2018
Glenview Railroad Crossing | Between Haltom Road & Denton Highway
TEXRail is planning to have a full closure at the Glenview railroad crossing, between Haltom Road and Denton Highway, between Monday July 16 & Monday, August 6, 2018. Spring Lake Parkway, Stanley Keller and IH 820 Frontage Roads are the detours.
The reduced posted speed of 25mph will be kept in place, at Haltom Road adjacent to Haltom High School, until the road construction is completed at this location.
Carson Street under SH 121 will remain closed for approximately 4 to 5 more months. However, the Frontage Road U-Turns under SH 121 will remain open for the foreseeable future. Motorists are asked to pay special attention to the construction signage as various traffic lanes may temporarily close for a day or two.
Note: on Tuesday, July 24th starting at 8:00 p.m. and continuing through the following morning at 6:00 a.m., the Southbound Frontage Road between Moneda & Carson will be closed. Additionally, the Carson St. exit off of Southbound SH 121 will also be closed during this time period. Southbound 121 motorists will need to exit at Minnis Dr. to access northbound Carson St. These one night changes are necessary because the contractor intends to place concrete on the new Carson St. bridge deck during this time period.
Please remember to always slow down and use caution in construction zones.
Issued out of the Public Works Water Production & Testing Division
Based on 2017 Data
Haltom City Public Works - 4200 Hollis St. | Haltom City, TX 76117
The Haltom City 2018 Water Quality Report can be downloaded here. This annual report is based on 2017 data.
help ensure our stormwater quality by following these tips
Stormwater runoff can pick up pollutants from yards, streets, and buildings as it travels towards our storm sewers and eventually to Big Fossil and Little Fossil Creek. There are several things that Haltom City residents can do during lawn and garden activities that benefit stormwater quality, your household and community as a whole.
-Create Raingardens Or Collect Rainwater For Your Flower Or Vegetable Gardens
- Helps conserve water and reduces stormwater runoff
- Filters stormwater for better water quality
- Adds a beautiful landscape addition
- Find out more information about using rainwater for gardening here
-Buy Plants & Seeds That Come In Biodegradable Packaging
-Recycle Any Plastic Containers From Purchased Bags Of Soil, Fertilizers, Compost Or Plants
- Reduces litter that can enter storm drains from yards
- Prevents clogging of storm drains
- Encourages sustainable purchasing habits
- Saves money on compost and fertilizer as biodegradable containers compost naturally in your garden soil.
-Use Clippings Or Other Yard Waste In Compost, As Natural Mulch, Natural Yard Fertilization, Or Dispose Of Properly In Biodegradable Waste Bags
- Prevents natural yard debris and clippings from clogging storm drains
- Saves money on store-bought compost and fertilizers
- Improves health of lawn and garden by encouraging natural nutrient cycling
-Follow Pesticide, Herbicide & Fertilizer Application Instructions
- More is not always better...save time and money by applying chemicals only when necessary and in the proper doses according to labels
- Creates healthier plants and lawns
- Protects creeks and streams from nutrient pollution and saves aquatic life