5024 Broadway Ave.
Haltom City, TX  76117
817-222-7700

Community Projects

4839 Broadway Ave.
Haltom City, TX  76117

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday 8:00AM-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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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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2016 Community Calendar

2016 haltom city community calendarThe 2016 Haltom City Community Calendars are now available. These calendars, released annually, are comprised of photos from the previous year's Images of Haltom City Photo Contest. View one in PDF format here.

Swing by City Hall (5024 Broadway Ave.), the Library (4809 Haltom Rd.) or the Recreation Center (4809 Broadway Ave.) and pick one up for free.

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2015 Decorating Contest Winners

haltom city neighborhood decorating contest 2015 winnersYou put up the lights to Keep Haltom City Beautiful and we did the judging….so check out your 2015 Neighborhood Decorating Contest Winners! The City was divided in to six sections and judged by three categories.

 

 

 

 

 

Best Use of Lights

4913 Stanley Keller Rd.
5632 Macgregor Dr.
4117 Maryview Ct.
5273 Dillon Circle
3033 Field St.
1521 Oak Knoll Dr.

Best Use of Theme

3700 Layton Ave.
4601 Circleview Ct. East
5631 Rockport Ln.
4908 Fossil Dr.
5017 Catalpa St.

Judge's Choice

4521 Wisdom Way
3920 Emerald Oaks
5428 Dunson Dr.
5801 Clear Creek Dr.
4320 Jerry Ln.
1412 Oak Knoll Dr.

 

Thank you to everyone who decorated their house this holiday season! We are so impressed with what we saw for our 19th year of our Neighborhood Decorating Contest.

The winners are mapped below.

 

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Neighborhood Decorating Contest

haltom city neighborhood decorating contestThis year marks the 19th year that Keep Haltom City Beautiful has been awarding residents with the coveted winning yard signs for the Haltom City neighborhood Decorating Contest. The judging will begin on Monday, December 14th and last through Thursday, December 17th, so make sure your house is decorated for the holiday season.

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2-1-1 Texas - Resource Assistance

2-1-1 Texas211 texas community resources, a program of the Texas Health and Human Ser­vices Commission, is committed to helping Texas citizens connect with the services they need. Whether by phone or internet, their goal is to present accurate, well-organized and easy-to-find information from state and local health and human services programs.

2-1-1 Texas is a free, anonymous social ser­vice hotline, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. No matter where you live in Texas, you can dial 2-1-1 and find in­formation about community resources. Whether you need help finding food or housing, child care, crisis counseling or sub­stance abuse treatment, one number is all you need to know.

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KHCB Business of the Quarter (4Q)

2015 4q keep haltom city beautiful business of quarterRepresentatives from Keep Haltom City Beautiful joined Mayor Pro-Tem Bob Watkins to present Paul’s Flower Boutique with the Business of the Quarter Award. Paul’s Flower Boutique is located at 1800 Haltom Rd.

Paul’s Flower Boutique serves as an example of the city’s economic development prospects that all businesses maintain their landscaping, provide a safe environment and a welcoming atmosphere. Thanks to Paul’s Flower Boutique for being a business committed to keeping your property clean and serving as an example for others along a well-traveled thoroughfare in our city. Paul's Flower Boutique is a business our citizens can be extremely proud of.

 

Pictured left to right: Gary Blocker, Birdi Blocker, Penny Clowers, Wayne Clowers, Paul Rasberry, Sandy Lottes, Mayor Pro-Tem Bob Watkins and Denise Ford

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"Art in City" Cmte. Seeks Members

haltom city seeks art in city cmte membersHaltom City's Art in the City Committee is looking for Haltom City residents who are artists or art appreciators that would like to join their committee. Contact Julie Orebaugh at 817-222-7922 if you are interested.

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Community ProjectsNews & Events

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HC Community Projects Coor. Recognized

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