City of
HALTOM CITY

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

Roy Avery Hord

April 16, 1974 – December 9, 2018

roy hordOn December 9, 2018, we lost one of our most treasured city employees, Roy Avery Hord. Roy served Haltom City for over 22 years. He started as a Maintenance Worker and through the years was promoted to numerous positions, including Crew Leader, Construction Inspector, Water Production Operator and Water Production Supervisor.

Roy would do anything he could to help others. His kindness, positivity and humble nature were obvious to anyone who encountered him. He was known for his sense of humor, gregarious personality and the biggest of smiles.

Please join me in sending thoughts and prayers to Roy’s family and friends, so that they may find strength and comfort during this most difficult time. Roy will be greatly missed by his fellow employees and the Haltom City community at large.

May God Bless Roy and his family. Visitation and funeral service information can be found here.

Respectfully and Sincerely,

David Averitt

Mayor

Haltom City, Texas

Public Works

4200 Hollis St.
Haltom City, TX  76117

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday 8AM-4:30PM

Contact Information

Information 817-834-9036
After Hours Emergencies 817-222-7000
Fax 817-831-7855

Stormwater Management

Environmental Services coordinates the Haltom City’s Stormwater Management Program, which is administered by the Department of Public Works. The program includes public education, public involvement/participation, pollution detection and elimination (includes development and enforcement of stormwater pollution control ordinances), construction site runoff control, post-construction management in new development and redevelopment, and pollution prevention/good housekeeping for Municipal Operations. Foremost among the goals of the program are those directed towards preventing the pollution of Haltom City’s waterways, which feed into the Trinity River.

It is everyone’s responsibility for ensuring compliance with stormwater pollution prevention requirements set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. It is the City’s responsibility to provide assistance, guidance, and enforcement when necessary to ensure that the federal, state, and any additional local requirements are met.  

Do you know what happens to water on the street, where it goes, what happens to it? Find out by checking out some of the PDF files linked below. These are great resources for commercial and residential property owners. Learn how you can help keep Haltom City’s creeks and ultimately, your drinking water, clean.

 

Stormwater Management Resources (PDF files)

Stormwater Management - What You Can Do to Preserve Water Quality

Landscape Maintenance and Stormwater Management

Stormwater Management for the Homeowner (Spanish version here)

Home Auto Maintenance and Stormwater Pollution Prevention

Stormwater Management for the Apartment Owner/Manager

Land Development - Develop Naturally

 

Tags: Haltom City water system, Water Quality Report, Pollution