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Haltom City, TX  76117

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Haltom City, TX  76117


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2019 Neighborhood Decorating Contest

Judging between December 6-13, 2019

Be part of our 23rd Annual Haltom City Neighborhood Decorating Contest this year! Keep Haltom City Beautiful (KHCB) Board members will be judging on the evenings of Friday, December 6 - Friday, December 13, so be sure everything is installed and looking its best.haltom city neighborhood decorating contest

The city is divided into six districts for judging, with three winning homes per district (18 in all) receiving the coveted "NDC Winner" yard sign.

The categories are:

  • Best Use of Lights
  • Best Theme
  • Judges Choice

KHCB will also select the best decorated business in Haltom City!

It is free to enter, except for the cost of your amazing decorations and lights. There is no need to register but if you want to be sure we don’t miss your house or business, you can register your address online below or here by December 6, 2019.

Winners will be announced by December 16th and will recognized at a City Council meeting in January, 2020.


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