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5024 Broadway Ave.
Haltom City, TX  76117

Recreation Center

4839 Broadway Ave.
Haltom City, TX  76117


Monday - Thursday
8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


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Parks & Recreation - News & Events

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

KHCB - Business of 4Q '19

Atlas Utility Supply
2301 Carson St. | Haltom City, TX 76117

keep haltom city beautiful khcb 400xKeep Haltom City Beautiful Board member Birdi Blocker, along with Mayor Dr. An Truong, Assistant City Manager Rex Phelps, Council Members Marian Hilliard and Gaye Vanzant presented Mr. Dennis Johnson of Atlas Utility Supply Co. with the Business of the Quarter award for the fourth quarter of 2019.

Located in Haltom City at 2301 Carson Street, Atlas Utility Supply Co. sells water supply materials for both residential and commercial customers. Mr. Johnson shared the Haltom City roots of his family owned and operated business. His parents were the first to build a wooden frame home on Rusty Dell. He attended elementary school here and was honored to be receiving this award.

This great Haltom City business serves 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. Thank you Atlas Utility Supply Co. for being committed to keeping your property clean and serving as an example for other businesses along this well-traveled thoroughfare in Haltom City.

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2018-19 Clean Campus Awards

West Birdville Elementary has been awarded $500 for being the Cleanest Campus in Haltom City for the 2018-19 school year. Keep Haltom City Beautiful (KHCB) rated the local school campuses on having litter-free grounds, available litter and recycling barrels and the general appearance of their campuses. Each school also submitted their current projects, events and activities that support the KHCB mission, along with photos.

khcb circle black orangeWest Birdville has a school-wide recycling program that covers the cafeteria, the classrooms as well as the teacher’s workroom. They hold a “clean hall contest” where they award the winner a special trophy to proudly display. They also have posters throughout the school to remind students to recycle. During P.E. they walk the grounds and pick up any trash that they see. They recently had a group working in their flower beds on a Saturday and the kids worked with them for a few hours that day. They have printed signs on all paper towel dispensers that remind students to use only two after hand washing. They truly do their best to teach their children and remind their staff that having a clean campus and recycling does make a difference on the campus, our city and the world.

Haltom High School was awarded $250 for their efforts. The STUCO students recycle all paper products from offices, as well as having a school-wide recycling program. They help teachers unplug all electronics to conserve the energy over long weekends. During Energy and Environment Week, STUCO students made videos about environmental issues and ways to resolve them to help the environment. Students pledged to protect animal habitats, to recycle plastic to save turtles from plastic pollution in waters and to conserve water. The Science Club hosts Waste Out Wednesdays to pick up litter around campus after school. They also participate in the Crayola Color Cycle where they send old markers to Crayola to be recycled. The annual officers retreat was spent up trash on the Trinity River in boats and kayaks (pictured on the cover). They coordinated with the Fort Worth Zoo to present “Wild Wonders”. The FW Zoo brought an assortment of animals to HHS, educating students on animal adaptations, different ecosystems and animal interactions. Through Project Wild, students have access to over 200 activities such as “Oh Deer” which focuses on limited resources and “Ecosystem Scavenger Hunts” to get the students outside and explore what is local.

Congratulations to West Birdville Elementary and Haltom High School staff and students for their commitment to protecting our environment and Keeping Haltom City Beautiful.

Recreation Center - New Hours

New hours effective May 6, 2019
Haltom City Recreation Center - 4839 Broadway Ave. | Haltom City, TX 76117
Information: 817‐831‐6464

The Recreation Center will be adjusting their operating hours effective Monday, May 6, 2019. The new hours will be:

Mondays - Thursdays 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sunday Closed

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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

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