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

"Stop Thief" Program Discourages Auto Buglaries

In 2010, the Haltom City Police Department responded to over 532 car burglaries. Vehicle burglaries are crimes of opportunity and if citizens can send a message to thieves that the opportunity is not present, those thieves will likely move on to another target. The program also serves to educate and remind the public to remove valuables from their cars.

The "Stop Thief" program is simple, consisting of a printed placard that is placed on the car's rearview mirror each time it is parked. The placard serves as a notice to potential thieves that there are no valuables in the car; it also serves as a reminder to vehicle owners to remove any valuables, including bags, purses, briefcases, money, laptops, radar detectors, etc. The placards are free and can be obtained at the Haltom City Law Enforcement Center, 5110 Broadway Ave. in Haltom City. The Police Department reminds the public, however, that placards should always be removed whenever the vehicle is in motion.

How to use the placard

When a vehicle owner reaches their destination, he/she will:

  • Place “Stop Thief” Placard on rear view mirror of vehicle.
  • Scan vehicle for any items of value, or any items that appear to have value.
  • Remove these items from vehicle.
  • Secure vehicle.
  • When vehicle owner returns to vehicle, remove “Stop Thief” Placard and stow until the next time the vehicle is parked.