We still have two open positions with the Woodhaven Neighborhood Association
Committee Chairpersons: Legal
From time to time, we need legal counsel regarding a proposed project or an issue within the community. Attendance at our monthly WNA Steering Committee Meetings would be welcomed when Legal Chair’s schedule permits.
Marker Monitors assist with clearing trash from the marker areas between weekly maintenance provided by Mike Carter and his Team. Water leaks quickly reported drastically reduce the monthly water bills at each of the 5 marker areas. It is suggested that the Marker Monitor wear gloves and take a trash bag when checking Marker area/s.
Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Bob Bolen Public Safety Complex 505 W. Felix St.
Each year neighborhood leaders, elected officials, area agencies and city departments come together to share and discover effective ways to actively engage their community.
Join us Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020 for this FREE event to be connected with more than forty city departments and area agencies. Attend your choice six workshops focused on the Essential Principles of Neighborhood Leadership. The highlight of this event is the Neighborhood Awards Luncheon, which recognizes neighborhood associations’ efforts to revitalize, socialize, engage, collaborate, get healthy and communicate with neighbors.
Buy a Personalized Brick and Pave The Way For A Better East Regional Library
Your gift will provide permanent recognition for those special people, pets and organizations in your life. The bricks create an attractive entryway for the East Regional Library. Proceeds fund the library improvements.
How To Buy Your Brick
• Fill out and return the order form to Woodhaven Community Development Inc. Library Account, with your payment for the amount of the brick(s). • One order form per brick, please. No phone orders. • Brick orders may take up to 6 to 8 weeks after orders have been sent to ACME. • Questions can be sent to Eric Lehew at email@example.com
Fort Worth residents and visitors now have a quick and easy way to report issues to the city.
The new My Fort Worth (MyFW) app is now available. After downloading the app, users can provide a brief description, photos and use a map-based location feature to submit issues like graffiti, potholes or high grass. Once submitted, the request will go directly to the appropriate city work team for a quick response. The user can view the status of the request in the app and receive a notification when the work is complete.
Service requests for Code Compliance, Human Resources, Park & Recreation and Transportation & Public Works are all currently available on the app.
MyFW also saves time and money by automating many employee tasks. It saves gas and eliminates travel by enabling city staff to instantly upload reports and photo documentation from the worksite. Employees can initiate work orders from their office or in the field. The app interfaces with many existing workflow systems, making responses to residents more efficient and accurate.