City of
HALTOM CITY

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

From the City Manager's Office

Statement Addressing Civil Unrest in Surrounding Communities

June 1, 2020

The civil unrest seen in Fort Worth the evening of May 31, 2020 has understandably caused concerns for our region and especially for Haltom City because we border the City of Fort Worth. Our Police Chief has been in close contact with the Forth Worth Police Chief to share information and criminal intelligence as it relates to those who are ill-intended. Of course we are not concerned with peaceful protesters...and encourage peaceful protests.

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Haltom City COVID-19 Response
covid 19 resources support

OFFICE OF THE CITY MANAGER

Updated May 14, 2020

The City of Haltom City has developed a phased approached to return to normal business operation, keeping the safety of our employees and citizens as a high priority.

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COVID-19 SMS & EMAIL NOTIFICATIONS

To receive SMS text notifications & emails related specifically to Haltom City COVID-19 Declarations, Orders & related information, please fill out the form linked below. You can also text the keyword HCTXCOVID19 to 888777 to receive only SMS text notifications.

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Haltom City Police Department

5110 Broadway Ave.
Haltom City, TX  76117

Lobby Hours

Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday
Closed

Contact

Emergency
911
Front Desk
817-222-7000
Non-Emergency Dispatch
817-281-1000
directory

Crime Free Multi-Housing Program

Crime Free Multi-Housing Programs are innovative, law enforcement based crime prevention solutions designed to help keep illegal activity off rental property. The programs were developed by the Mesa Arizona Police Department in 1992. The International Crime Free Programs have been extremely successful in nearly 2,000 cities in 44 U.S. states and ten other countries.

The Crime Free Multi-Housing Program consists of three phases that are completed under the supervision of local law enforcement. The cornerstone of the Crime Free Program is the partnership between law enforcement and the community working to prevent crime. Property owners and managers make the commitment to apply the Crime Free Program in an effort to keep illegal activity off their rental property. This combination of resources has proven to have positive, long-term effects in fighting crime. Property managers can become individually certified after completion of the training phase, while the physical property itself can only be certified upon completion of all three phases. The anticipated long term benefits of a fully certified property are reduced crime, a more stable resident base, and reduced exposure to civil liability.

The Haltom City Police Department implemented the program in October, 2011 and has trained  all 26 apartment complexes, soon to be followed by rental properties, hotels/motels and businesses. The program coordinator is Officer Brandi Perkins, who can be reached at 817 222-7198 or by filling out this contact form (select Brandi Perkins under Investigative Services division).

Congratulations to the following apartment communities for their participation in the Crime Free Multi-Housing Program.

Phase 1 - Completed

  • The Ranch at Fossil Creek
  • Springdale
  • Amesbury
  • Cornerstone
  • The Woods of Haltom
  • Desert Sands
  • Oaks at Jane Lane
  • Fairway on the Park
  • Rio Vista
  • Haltom Housing Authority
  • Warren Inn
  • Bellagio
  • Haltom City Homes

Phase 2 - Completed

  • Hidden Lakes
  • Fossil Ridge
  • Haltom Oaks
  • Club at Springlake
  • Lakeview
  • North Hills Crest

Phase 3 - Fully Certified

  • Springlake
  • Heritage
  • Mipueblito - formally Layton Manor
  • Fossil Hill

 

See How Crime Free Multi-Housing Works (PDF file)

Apartment managers can download application forms here.

Residential landlord owners can download forms here.

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