City of
HALTOM CITY

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

Parks & Recreation

4839 Broadway Ave.
Haltom City, TX  76117

Hours of Operation

New Hours Starting May 6, 2019

Monday-Thursday 8AM-9PM
Friday 8AM-5PM
Saturday 10AM-5PM
Sunday Closed

Contact Information

Information/Reservations 817-831-6464

Parks & Recreation - News & Events

Haltom City Parks & Recreation, located at 4839 Broadway Ave., lists their news & events here.


Refresh BISD - Aug 17

Back to School Health Fair - A Party with a Purpose!
Saturday, August 17 2019
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Wiley G. Thomas Coliseum - 6108 Broadway Ave. | Haltom City, TX 76117
Information: 817‐831‐6464
Registration Required:
http://www.refreshbisd.com/

REGISTRATION DEADLINE - July 1, 2019

Haltom City will be supporting Refresh BISD for their back to school event on Saturday, August 17th, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Wiley G. Coliseum, 6108 Broadway Ave. in Haltom City.

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Refresh BISD will serve students eligible for free and reduced lunch programs in ALL elementary and middle schools in Haltom City, North Richland Hills, Richland Hills and Watauga attending the Birdville Independent School District (BISD). During Refresh BISD there will be backpack giveaways, school supplies, haircuts, eye exams, sports physicals, hot dogs, helpful resources and a time of fun. Refresh BISD aims to help get students ready for school, families connected with the community and people transforming our cities.

The mission of Refresh BISD is to mobilize people to connect families with the community for lasting transformation. Refresh BISD aims to help Birdville families and schools all year long and their goal is to provide an opportunity to help families physically, relationally and spiritually. Refresh BISD is a program of the Community Enrichment Center (CEC) that supports their vision of breaking the cycle of poverty and family violence in Northeast Tarrant County.

Families wishing to attend Refresh BISD must pre-register

Online registration ends July 1, 2019 and you must pre-register before then in order to attend. No school supplies will be delivered to school campuses after Refresh, so you must pre-register and attend to receive them. To register your students online, visit www.RefreshBISD.com.

Local & Regional Athlete of the Year

Jaylon Sullivan awarded Haltom City Local & TAFF Regional Male Athlete of the Year

Haltom City Parks & Recreation is also honored to present Jaylon Sullivan with the Local Athlete of the Year award. Jaylon also received the Regional Athlete of the Year award from the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF). taaf haltom city parks recreation jaylon sullivan local regional 2018 athlete of the year

Jaylon has played football every year with the Haltom City Pee Wee Football Association since he was five years old, winning three back-to-back Super Bowls with the Bantam Ravens. He also played four seasons of baseball with the Haltom City Youth Baseball Association AND five seasons with the Haltom City Basketball League. Jaylon has been a part of the TAAF Region 4 Evolution of Speed (EOS) Summer Track Team since he was five years old, winning the silver medal at the Regional Meet & placing 17th out of 50 kids at the State Meet in College Station this summer. He suffered an asthma attack four hours before his 8:00 a.m. competition, got treated in the emergency room and after his release went straight to the track to compete, displaying his persistence and dedication to athletics. Haltom City and TAAF are proud to honor him as our Local and Regional Athlete of the Year.

Check out and register online for one of our seasonal youth and adult leagues.

taaf parks recreation nov 12 2018 city council jaylon sullivan athlete of the year(L-R) Parks Director Christi Pruitt, Athletics Coordinator Cory Hale, Jaylon Sullivan & Rec Supervisor Neika Gunter

KHCB Business of 2Q '19

Prosperity Bank - Haltom City
3221 Denton Hwy. | Haltom City, TX 76117
Haltom City Beautification Board

keep haltom city beautiful khcb 400xOn April 1, 2019, representatives from Keep Haltom City Beautiful and city staff joined City Council members Walter Grow and Bob Watkins to present Prosperity Bank Haltom City with the Keep Haltom City Beautiful Business of the Quarter award for the second quarter of 2019.

KHCB Business of the Quarter recipients are recognized because they serve as an example of the importance to the city’s economy that all businesses maintain their landscaping, provide a safe environment and a welcoming atmosphere.

Founded in 1983, Prosperity Bank provides personal banking services and investments to consumers and small to medium sized businesses throughout Texas & Oklahoma. Prosperity Bank ranks among the top 100 banks and currently operates 242 locations. They are committed to providing services that will simplify customer’s everyday financial needs. They believe in building genuine relationships with a handshake, providing positive experiences at every opportunity...whether from in-person interactions or through their digital communications.

KHCB would like to thank Prosperity Bank Haltom City for being a local business committed to keeping their property clean and serving as an example for others along a well-traveled thoroughfare in our city. Prosperity Bank Haltom City is a business our citizens can be proud of.


haltom city business 2q 2019 khcb prosperity bankL to R - board members Ruby LaBeau & Wayne Clowers, Councilmember Walter Grow, board member Birdi Blocker, Chris Brooks of Prosperity Bank, Councilmember Bob Watkins, Gary Blocker & Deputy City Manager Rex Phelps

TAAF Awards HC Gold Member Status

Haltom City Parks and Recreation is a proud member of the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF), a nonprofit organization that promotes, organizes and conducts amateur athletics in the state of Texas. As a member city, our teams have opportunities to participate in regional and state tournaments (hosted by TAAF) and our staff members receive many opportunities for training and continuing education.taaf

This year, Haltom City was awarded the Gold Member City award, an award that recognizes significant participation, support and involvement with TAAF. This is the first time Haltom City has ever received the Gold award and we have been a member of TAAF for over 20 years! We are grateful to the support TAAF provides, as well as to our participants, coaches and volunteers who make all of our sports programs exceptional.

Parks & RecreationNews & Events

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