Blog 2018-02-06T16:03:24+00:00

Top Five Cities for Fourth of July Celebrations –

Recently, Travel Market Report put out an article highlighting the “top 5 most spectacular celebrations to share in across the nation for America’s birthday.” Along with major metropolitan cities Los Angeles, Denver, Atlanta and New York, Fort Worth was recognized for our Fort Worth’s Fourth event. Fort Worth’s Fourth

City of Fort Worth: Work begins on White Settlement Bridge superstructure

Texas Sterling, the Texas Department of Transportation’s contractor for the Panther Island bridges, has been making major progress on the new White Settlement Bridge. The eighth and final concrete V-pier pour was completed in May, and the contractor has started constructing the superstructure that will allow for the construction

12 things to do along the Trinity Trails

12 things to do along the Trinity Trails Stretching over 72 miles the Trinity Trails in Fort Worth connect the neighborhoods in our city like the spokes of a wheel. Our friends at Visit Fort Worth have compiled a list featuring some of the best things

Encore Panther Island breaks ground

Encore Enterprises has broken ground on "Encore Panther Island". The thoughtfully designed multi-family community will feature creative solutions to connect the streetscape to the Riverwalk environment planned for the district. Residents will be able to enjoy exceptional amenities including waterfront balconies,

Visit Fort Worth – Panther Island

Visit Fort Worth put together this great video showcasing things to do on Panther Island. From concerts to kayaks Panther Island is your epicenter for outdoor activity. Visit to see everything Panther Island has to offer. Experience Panther Island today!

TRWD Flood Control: A Mission To Reduce Risk

Fort Worth’s booming population growth brings the need for additional flood protection. The Central City/Panther Island Project is a perfect example of long term planning for that needed protection. Watch this video to see smart and innovative planning the Tarrant Regional Water District has done to keep our