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COMMUNITY

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A Le t t e r F r o m t h e

MAYOR

Hello and welcome to the City of Lake Worth! Lake Worth is located 10 miles west of downtown Fort Worth and covers 2.5 square miles of well-established neighborhoods lined with live oak trees, making our city a premier home for all age groups. Residents of Lake Worth have varied reasons for living here, from the family friendly community feel to our outstanding city services and centralized location. Lake Worth continues to be a quiet community with multiple amenities that include our Senior Center, Library, and eight community parks – all only minutes from everything the downtown Fort Worth area has to offer. The businesses that call Lake Worth home have the benefit of being centrally located within an economic corridor connected by Highway 820 and Highway 199. This provides plenty of traffic past our storefronts and easy access to the shops and restaurants that abound in our small town. Although we are often praised for the attribute of a small-town atmosphere, we always welcome opportunities to accommodate new growth and seek new ideas from our residents and business partners. Whether you are a resident, business owner, or a visitor, this guide is designed to assist you with information about our city. The City Council and staff are dedicated to providing the highest level of friendly, professional, and effective public service to our citizens as well as to those visiting our

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community. It is our hope you will soon see what those of us

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who live here have come to know as a wonderful community!

WALTER BOWEN 817-237-1211 Council Member Since: October 1971 Mayor Since: May 1995 Current Term Expiration: May 2019 Email: wbowen@lakeworthtxcc.org

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Ta b l e o f

CONTENTS

COUNCIL MEMBERS

Community Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 4

Walter Bowen Mayor wbowen@lakeworthtxcc.org Jim Smith Council Member, Place 1 jsmith@lakeworthtxcc.org

Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 7 Boards & Commissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 8 Community Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 9 Mary Lou Reddick Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 10

Geoffrey White Mayor Pro Tem, Place 2 gwhite@lakeworthtxcc.org

L.O. Bud Irby Senior Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 11

Gene Ferguson Council Member, Place 3 gferguson@ lakeworthtxcc.org

Fire Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 13

Pat O. Hill Council Member, Place 5 phill@lakeworthtxcc.org Gary Straud Council Member, Place 6 gstraud@lakeworthtxcc.org Clint Narmore Council Member, Place 7 cnarmore@ lakeworthtxcc.org

Police Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 12

Municipal Court . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 14 Animal Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 15 Lake Worth Shopping & Dining Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 16 Building & Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 18 Home & Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 19 Veterans Memorial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 20 Lake Worth Area Museum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 21 Lake Worth Parks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 22 Public Works . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 24 Community Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 25 NAS JRB - Fort Worth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 29

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Town History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 6

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Community

PROFILE

Slow down, relax, unplug, and experience the beauty and charm of Lake Worth, Texas. Located in Northwest Tarrant County, the city is home to one of the most beautiful lakes in Texas – Lake Worth. The 2010 US Census population for the city was 4,584; Texas Municipal League (TML) estimates the current population as 4,710. The city covers approximately

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2.5 square miles.

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Lake Worth was built in 1914 as a reservoir and for recreation. The property is owned by the City of Fort Worth, while the Tarrant Regional Water District controls the reservoir’s water rights. The City was incorporated on February 19, 1949, and first adopted its Home Rule Charter in 1965. The Home Rule Charter was amended in 1968, 2003, and again in 2008. MAYOR/CITY COUNCIL The City operates under a Council/Manager form of government with a City Council comprised of the Mayor and seven Council members. The term of office is two years with the terms of the Mayor and three Council members expiring in oddnumbered years and the terms of the other four Council members expiring in even-numbered years. The City Manager is the chief administrative officer for the city. CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS The City Council meets regularly on the second Tuesday of the month. Meetings are usually at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers located at 3805 Adam Grubb. CITY ADMINISTRATION The Administration Department is responsible for overseeing the management of day-to-day operations of the city including building permits, code enforcement, inspections, communications, and municipal court. The Administration Department is comprised of the City Manager, Assistant City Manager/Director of Finance, City Secretary, and Human Resources. DID YOU KNOW? The Lake Worth Museum has the high school year books from the 1940’s and up! Make it a point to visit and take a look at the school history that is made available to all residents.

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GOVERNMENT Federal Lake Worth is located in the 12th Federal Congressional District served by U.S. Congresswoman Kay Granger, who has an office in Fort Worth. The state is represented by Senator Ted Cruz and Senator John Cornyn. • Congresswoman Kay Granger 817-338-0909 kaygranger.house.gov

• Sen. Ted Cruz N. Texas Office 214-599-8749 www.cruz.senate.gov

• Sen. John Cornyn N. Texas Office 972-239-1310 www.cornyn.senate.gov State

Debbie Whitley Assistant City Manager/ Director of Finance 817-237-1211 ext. 103 dwhitley@ lakeworthtx.org

Monica Solko City Secretary 817-237-1211 ext. 105 msolko@ lakeworthtx.org

Jane Nelson who has an office in Grapevine. The Texas State Representative for Lake Worth is representative Charlie Geren (District 99) • Sen. Jane Nelson 817-424-3446 www.nelson.senate.state.tx.us

• Rep. Charlie Geren 817-738-8333 charliegeren.com

County Lake Worth is located within Tarrant County and is in Precinct 4 which is represented by Tarrant County Commissioner J.D. Johnson. • Commissioner J.D. Johnson 817-238-4400 tarrantcounty.com

HELPFUL NUMBERS

Danielle Hackbusch Human Resource/ Risk Management 817-237-1211 ext. 108 dhackbusch@ lakeworthtx.org

Corry Blount Chief of Police 817-237-1211 ext. 304 cblount@ lakeworthtx.org

Mike Christenson Fire Chief 817-237-1211 ext. 401 mchristenson@ lakeworthtexas.org

City Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817-237-1211 Utility Billing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817-237-1211 ext. 110 Permits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817-237-1211 ext.112 Inspection Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (voice mail only) 817-255-7925 ext. 113 Code Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817-237-1211 ext. 111

Sean Densmore Director of Public Works 817-237-1211 ext. 202 sdensmore@ lakeworthtx.org

Vehicle Tags & Taxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817-238-4436 Health Dept. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817-238-4441 Progressive Waste Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817-222-2221 DPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817-238-9197 Chamber of Commerce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817-237-0060

Lara Strother Director of Library & Community Services 817-237-1211 ext. 501 laras@lakeworthlib.org

LWISD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817-306-4200 Boat Permits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817-237-6890 2018

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Lake Worth is represented by Senate District 12, currently held by Senator

Stacey Almond City Manager 817-237-1211 salmond@ lakeworthtx.org

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HISTORY

The City of Lake Worth may not be

big, but its roots can be traced all the

way back to the early 1900s when Fort

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Worth officials reportedly spent $1.5

6

million to purchase land and build a dam on the West Fork of the Trinity

River. From that, Lake Worth was born and became a wildly-popular landing spot for boating and recreation

local homeowners have pushed

It sat quietly for years and was

to have it dredged and restored

overcome with silt. Several of the

to its previous beauty.

amenities synonymous with the park

Also, helping that cause is that

were eventually removed as well. But as Fort Worth expanded, interest in the Lake has been revitalized in recent years as an increasing number of city leaders and

enthusiasts in North Texas while in its heyday earning nicknames like the “Coney

Island of the

Southwest” and

“largest municipal

park in the world.” The lake, which celebrated its

100th year in 2014, has always been managed by Fort Worth officials, but its popularity had its ebbs and flows

over the years. The lake quickly grew into somewhat of a beach resort with campgrounds and picnic areas in

the mid-1920s before hitting a sharp LAKE WORTH DIRECTORY

decline after World War II.

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the lake is surrounded by longtime homeowners and attractions such as the Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge and a multitude of nearby parks and family attractions, including the Lake Worth Museum.


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Lake Worth ISD serves a community of approximately 12 square miles in northwest Tarrant County. The area includes the City of Lake Worth, a small portion of the City of Sansom Park, and a small area on the north side of the City of Fort Worth. The Lake Worth Independent School

A Effie Morris Elementary School 3801 Merrett Dr. Lake Worth, TX 76135 Phone: 817-306-4260

B Marine Creek Elementary School 4801 Huffines Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76135 Phone: 817-306-4270

C Marilyn Janice Miller Elementary 5250 Estrella Dr. Fort Worth, TX 76106 Phone: 817-306-4280

D N.A. Howry Intermediate School 4000 Dakota Trail Lake Worth, TX 76135 Phone: 817-306-4240

E Lucyle Collins Middle School

F Lake Worth High School

District is governed by a sevenby the registered voters of the District. Elections take place in November of each year. Persons elected to the Board serve three-year terms. The Board of Trustees develop policies and set goals to insure that all students in the District receive a high quality education. The Board holds regular public meetings on the third Monday of the month in the James Hodgkins Administration Building at 6805 Telephone Road. Meetings begin with a closed meeting at 6:00 p.m. followed by a 7:00 p.m. open meeting. All items requiring action

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discussed in the closed session must

Fort Worth, TX 76106

Lake Worth, TX 76135

be voted on in the open meeting.

Phone: 817-306-4250

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member Board of Education elected

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Boards &

BOARDS & COMMISSIONS

COMMISSIONS

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ANIMAL SHELTER ADVISORY COMMITTEE The purpose of the Committee shall be to assist animal shelters located in the city with compliance with Chapter 823 of the Health and Safety Code. Additionally, the committee may provide recommendations to the City regarding its compliance with the Texas Rabies Control Act, and may recommend ways to improve the efficiency and cost effectiveness of the City’s animal control program. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT The Board of Adjustment provides a

businesses and the retention and

possible, for both the developer

expansion of current employers

and the City. This department is

• Fostering Lake Worth’s

responsible for all developmental

thriving culture of business,

policies related to zoning, platting,

technology, and artistic

subdivision, design criteria, and

creation and innovation

site plan/land use development.

• Attracting, developing, and

Some responsibilities of the P & Z

retaining skilled and talented

Administrator are preparing zoning

workers to support existing

verification letters, updating/

and future employers

verifying the City’s zoning map

• Building relationships with

accordingly, and distributing plats,

Lake Worth businesses and

site, landscaping, and civil plans

residents through outreach,

for review by the appropriate city

education, and engagement

departments. The P & Z Administrator also prepares P & Z cases, Board

means for citizens to appeal zoning

PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION

interpretations and decisions of the

The Planning and Zoning Commission

P & Z Administrator, and request

appropriate board/commission.

makes decisions or recommendations

variances from the zoning regulations

The P & Z Department maintains

to the City Council regarding the

in the City of Lake Worth Codes.

records related to zoning, approved/

Comprehensive Plan, Development

filed plats, development, site/civil

Code, zoning regulations, long-range

plans, variance/special exception

planning, zoning changes, platting,

requests, P & Z Commission meeting

The Board may also make final decisions regarding changes, the reestablishment, or termination of nonconforming uses within the city. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT The Economic Development Department helps Lake Worth grow by: • Expanding Lake Worth’s economy through location of new LAKE WORTH DIRECTORY

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and other development-related policies as required or permitted

of Adjustment to be heardby the

minutes, and BOA meeting minutes.

by State law or city ordinance.

Boards & Commissions

The primary function of the

City Secretary

Planning and Zoning Department

Monica Solko

(herein referred to as P & Z) of

817-237-1211

the City of Lake Worth is to assist

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developers in the development of

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PROGRAMS

The Lake Worth Citizens Police Academy (CPA) was established in 2011 as a non-profit organization recognized by the Texas Secretary of State’s office as well as the United States Internal Revenue Service as a documented 501c (3) organization. The CPA is an organized group of concerned citizens that assists the Lake Worth Police Department in keeping neighborhoods and retail areas as safe as possible from criminal activity in a positive and professional manner. In addition, the CPA assists in community activities sponsored by the Lake Worth Police Department and the City of Lake Worth. They partner in groups of two and patrol residential neighborhoods and business parking lots throughout the city looking for suspicious behavior. They notify the Police Department when they encounter this activity. The CPA’s strive to be an extension in the form of “Eyes and Ears” for the Lake Worth Police Department. The goal of the Lake Worth Citizens Police Academy is to add value to our community and help make the Lake Worth community safer and more secure to our citizens.

application form for membership is available by contacting us via email at lakeworthtxcpa@sbcglobal.net or pick up an application form at the Lake Worth Police Department complex located at 3805 Adam Grubb. Once completed, your application will be forwarded and reviewed by the Lake Worth Chief of Police. When approved candidates are submitted, a formal class will be planned with required training to become a member of the Lake Worth Police Academy. You do not have to be a citizen of Lake Worth to join the organization, but you will need to explain why you have an interest in joining the Lake Worth Citizens Police Academy.

VACATION HOUSE CHECK As a service to the citizens of the City of Lake Worth, the Lake Worth Police Department offers free vacation house checks. Patrol Officers will periodically check the exterior of your home while you are away. This service helps to deter potential burglars and provides for additional security while your house is unoccupied. If you are interested and will be on vacation for at least one week, but not more than two weeks, you can sign-up for this service by completing a Vacation House Check form and returning it to Lake Worth Police Department prior to leaving on

If you have an interest in getting more

vacation. Forms are also available

information or joining the group, an

at Lake Worth Police Department. 2018

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M a r y Lo u R e d d i c k

MARY LOU REDDICK LIBRARY

LIBRARY

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Library story time with (pictured from top left to right) Brielle Hatton ,Levi Bess and Lennox Bess

photo courtesy of Lara Strother

photo courtesy of Lara Strother

The mission of the Mary Lou Reddick Public Library is to provide quality materials

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and services in an atmosphere that is welcoming and respectful. It is open to all

Every Second Thursday from Noon - 1 p.m.

residents of the state of Texas, though a TexShare Card is required for patrons

2018 Reading List

not residing in the Lake Worth Area. The collection of the library contains 26,156

January 11 - Same Kind of Different as Me by Ron Hall & Denver Moore

volumes. The library circulates 53,599 items per year. It is named after the previous director, Mary Lou Reddick, who was the director for over 25 years. It features free Wi-Fi, Microsoft Office 2010, eBooks and audiobooks with your library card 24/7 through OverDrive Interlibrary Loan Service, year-round programming for children and adults, and copy and fax machine service. There is library story time with crafts for children. Library cards are issued free of charge to residents with a valid driver’s license. If you do not have a driver’s license, a water bill or insurance card along with photo identification is required. Books may be checked out for two weeks.

February 8 - The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simsion March 8 - Little French Bistro by Nina George April 12 - Special Visit by Tui Snider author of Unexpected Texas May 10 - The House of Spirits by Isabel Allende June 14 - The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion by Frannie Flagg

DVDs may be checked out for one week. Overdue books and audiotapes are

July 12 - Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan

fined ten cents a day. Overdue videos and DVDs are fined $1.00 per day.

August 9 - News of the World by Paulette Jiles

Lara Strother

7005 Charbonneau Road

Director of Library Services

Lake Worth, TX 76135

817-237-1211 ext. 501

817-237-9681

laras@lakeworthlib.org

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September 13 - The Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly October 12 - The Bad Girl by Mario Vargas Llosa November 8 - Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford


L.O. Bud Irby

SENIOR CENTER

bottom left three photos courtesy of Lara Strother

Lake Worth Senior Center is THE place to learn, play, and basically enjoy

The Senior Citizens Center offers

your day – offering multiple classes to get you up and out, challenge the mind,

the following activities:

be social, meet new friends, and learn or renew special talents. L.O. Bud Irby, for who the building is named after, opened the center in 1976. He envisioned a place for the small senior community of Lake Worth to gather for fellowship.

• Oil Painting Classes - Daily • Senior Bingo - Tuesdays

It is one of the few senior centers that does not share its space with other

• Party Bridge - Intermediate Level

programs. It is a senior-dedicated space that focuses on ensuring our community

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seniors have a fun time. There are no user fees, and it is fully funded by the

• Cards and Board Games

community for seniors 55 and older. The center is fully decorated with art by the local community. We proudly display paintings, drawings, quilts, and even

• ZUMBA Class for Seniors

cross stitching pieces that were all made with love and dedication. That love is

• Ladies Tuesday Bridge

shared through our various programs that include weekly meals on wheels to

• Beginner Pinochle Class

homebound seniors, tax preparation from AARP at no cost and performances by professional musicians that play for our seniors.

• Quilting Class and Sewing Class - Beginners • Line Dance Class

Cheryl Vess

7005 Charbonneau Road

Community Activities

Lake Worth, TX 76135

Coordinator

817-237-3281

817-237-1211 ext. 502 cvess@lakeworthtx.org

• Blood Pressure checks monthly • Live Music Each Friday 10am-Noon • Covered Dish Luncheon - Fridays at noon 2018

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quilters pictured from left to right are Jean Nettles and Angie Reza

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Police

DEPARTMENT

The police department employs 25 sworn police officers consisting of a Chief, one Police Captain, one Police Lieutenant, four Police Sergeants, one Detective Sergeant, two detectives, one School Resource Officer, one Personnel and Training Officer, one Community Services Officer, and 12 Patrol Officers. In addition, we employ a Communications

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Supervisor, five Communications Officers, one Records Technician, and one Property and Evidence Technician. Lake

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Worth’s city limits cover approximately 2.5 square miles. The agency provides police services to approximately 4,500 permanent residents, roughly 35,000 to 50,000 daily visitors, and 100,000 pass-through vehicles each day. A values-based, community policing philosophy is the backbone of Lake Worth Police Department operations. The philosophy places a premium on relationships and forming partnerships with everyone in our community. The Police Department focuses on several factors as part of its overall approach to keeping the community safe; a crime prevention mind-set, the identification of issues within the community that contribute to criminal activity and then taking remedial action to address those crime-conducive conditions. Our personnel are encouraged and expected to be out of their vehicles as often as possible to contact and meet with our residents and visitors; the expectation is that Lake Worth police officers are visible and available to the community at all times and work with the community to aggressively detect and prevent crime in Lake Worth. City of Lake Worth Police Department   3805 Adam Grubb St. Lake Worth, TX 76135 HELPFUL NUMBERS Corry Blount Chief of Police 817-237-1211 ext. 304 cblount@lakeworthtx.org

Police Department- NON EMERGENCY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817-237-1211 Adult Protective Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-252-5400 MADD - Mothers Against Drink Driving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-382-6233 National Domestic Violence Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-799-7233 North Texas Poison Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-222-1222 Run Away Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-786-2929 Rape Crisis Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 210-349-7273

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Northwest Public Health Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817-238-4441 Texas Drivers License Info - DPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817-238-9197 Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817-884-1400


Fire

DEPARTMENT

The Lake Worth Fire Department is dedicated to serving the citizens of the City of Lake Worth and surrounding areas of responsibility with Pride, Honor, and Integrity. SEVERE WEATHER INFORMATION - WATCH VS. WARNING Watch - A watch is issued when the risk of a hazardous weather event has increased significantly, but its occurrence, location, and/or timing is still uncertain. It is intended to provide enough lead time so those who need to set their plans in motion can do so. Watches evolve into warnings, advisories, or they are canceled.

to life or property. If you hear the warning sirens take cover immediately. SMOKE ALARMS AND DETECTORS The Lake Worth Fire Department will install a Smoke Alarm FREE inside your home if you are a City of Lake Worth or Lakeside resident. Smoke detectors are devices that are mounted on the wall or ceiling and automatically sound a warning when they sense smoke or other products of combustion. When people are warned early enough about a fire, they can escape before it spreads. Prices start at about $6 and up.

Mike Christenson Fire Chief mchristenson@lakeworthtx.org. City of Lake Worth Fire Department 3801 Firehall Dr. Lake Worth, TX 76135 Fire Dispatch: 817-237-1224 ext. 0 Fire Administration: 817-237-7461

Fire Chief: Mike Christenson Operations & Prevention/FM/EMC: Division Chief Mike Voorhies Emergency Medical Coordinator/Infectious Control Officer: Joe Hamilton 2018

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Warning - A warning is issued when a hazardous weather event is occurring, is imminent, or has a very high probability of occurrence. A warning is used for conditions posing a threat

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M U N I C I PA L

COURT The Lake Worth Municipal Court is a Court of Record. Cases filed with the Court include traffic violations, Class C misdemeanors, violations of City ordinances, and parking violations that are punishable by fine only. The maximum fine (not including Court costs) are as follows: Traffic violations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $200 City Ordinance Violations . . . . . . . . . . . . . $200 Class C Penal Code Violations . . . . . . . . . . $500 Certain City Ordinance Violations . . . . . . . $2,000

MUNICIPAL COURT

CITATIONS CAN BE PAID ONLINE www.lakeworthtx.org/page/court_home

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Court is held on the third Wednesday each month. You must be preset for a court session. You will need to appear in the court office on or before your appearance date and request a court date with the Judge. If you wish to contest your citation, please let the clerk know as you will be set to see the Prosecutor at a Pre-Trial Court Date.

Municipal Court Coordinator Natacha Valdez 817-237-1211 ext. 116 nvaldez@lakeworthtx.org MUNICIPAL COURT OF RECORD 3805 Adam Grubb St. Lake Worth, TX 76135 Phone: 817-255-7910 Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

NORTHWEST SUB-COURTHOUSE 6713 Telephone Rd. Lake Worth, TX 76135 Precinct 4 Commissioner J.D. Johnson • Ste. #301 817-238-4400 LAKE WORTH DIRECTORY

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Municipal Court Clerk Lisa Shelley 817-237-1211 ext. 117 lshelley@lakeworthtx.org

Presiding Judge William “Bill” Lane

Precinct 4 Constable Joe D. “Jody” Johnson • Ste. #102 817-238-4411

Tax Assessor/Collector

Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace Jacquelyn Wright • Ste. #201 817-238-4425

817-238-4435

County Clerk Satellite Office* Mary Louise Garcia • Ste. #202 817-238-4420

Main Courthouse Number 817-238-4425

*Please note that Satellite Offices may have limited services.

Satellite Office* Ron Wright • Ste. #101 *Please note that Satellite Offices may have limited services.


ANIMAL

SERVICES It’s relatively easy to adopt a pet from the Lake Worth Animal Shelter. The shelter usually has a variety of wonderful pets to choose from and our Animal Control Officers would be more than happy tell you about our less-complicated adoption process. Alternatively, you can contact the shelter by calling and an Animal Control Officer will gladly return your call. To adopt an animal the applicant must provide a valid photo ID. The State of Texas also requires the animal to be vaccinated against Rabies per Texas Health and Safety Code, Section 826.001 through 826.05 817-238-8738 7209 Comanche Trail • Lake Worth, TX 76135 Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

and Rabies Vaccination at all times.

SERVICES SHELTER

Failure to do so will result in citations

are endangering other

being issued to the owner.

animals or persons

Accepts dogs & cats found in

• Aggressive animals that

Lake Worth area and occasionally

ANIMAL CONTROL

• Snakes (not including grass snakes)

find homes for chickens! If you

Animal Control does not pick up

• If an Officer has determined

need any help with an animal in

animals after 5:00 pm unless it is

the City of Lake Worth, they will

deemed an emergency. Below is an

be more than happy to assist!

approved list of emergencies that

Just call us at 817-238-8738

Animal Control will respond to:

or visit the facility!

• Animal Bites

ANIMAL REGISTRATION

• Dogs or cats hit by a

Animals are required to be registered in the City of Lake Worth. To obtain a City Tag the owner must show proof of rabies vaccination and pay a $3.00 fee for a one year license and $6.00 for a 3 year license. The owner will then

car that is still alive • Wild animals endangering a person • Animals that are dead on public streets

cruelty to a animal • An animal that is needing to be impounded do to an arrest or seizure by the Police Department If you have a situation that meets one of the above listed criteria, and it is after normal business hours please contact the Lake Worth Police Department at 817-237-1224. LOST YOUR PET? Your lost pet may be at the City

receive a city tag and a certificate.

• Skunks (during daylight hours)

The City of Lake Worth requires

• Suspected rabid animals

For more information call

an animal to wear both City Tag

• Bats (during daylight hours)

817-238-8738

of Lake Worth Animal Shelter.

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LAKE WORTH SHOPPING & DINING GUIDE Use this handy guide to over 130 shops and restaurants

LAKE WORTH TOWN CROSSING LAKE WORTH MARKET PLACE

Anna’s Linens Armstrong McCall Catherine’s Plus Sizes Check N’ Go Conn’s Dr. Michael Conte Day Spa Nails Deluxe Nail Salon Dots Fashions Famous Footwear Firestone Hobby Lobby JKS Salon International Jobo’s Hamburger Grill Kid to Kid Lake Worth Vision Source Leslie’s Pool Supply Mattress Firm Monarch Dental Office Depot One Main Financial Petsmart Quizno’s Subs Ross Dress for Less Sally’s Beauty Supply Target 16

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Advanced Foot & Ankle Alamo Title Bath & Body Works Batteries Plus Bed Bath & Beyond Cacique Capital One EZ Loan Money Service Fantastic Sam’s Firehouse Subs H & R Block Kirkland’s Kohl’s Department Store Lane Bryant Marshall’s Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt Rack Room Shoes Rue 21 Sleep Experts Styles for Less Texas Tan Twin Lakes Dental Vision City of Lake Worth Women’s Health Medical Group

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LAKE WORTH CENTER Albertson’s Cato Fashion CiCi’s Pizza DPS/Driver’s License Office Dollar Tree Elite Nails Gamestop Ginger Brown’s Restaurant GNC - General Nutrition Center Jimmy’s Big Burgers Max’s EZ Mail Metro PCS OI SHII Sushi Posh Nail & Spa Sherwin-Williams Paint Store Skillman Wok Smart Looks Subway Sandwiches Refresh Wingstop Whirlwind Comics

STAR VILLAGE COMMONS AT&T Wireless/Cellular World Bluebonnet Dental Great Clips Lieu’s Vietnamese Panda Buffet State Farm - Frankie Robbins Texas Movie Bistro The Karate School The Edge Coffeehouse Whataburger Learning Center


OTHER MERCHANTS Aaron’s Rental . . . . . 29 Auto Zone . . . . . . . . 27 Bonnie & Clyde’s Pool Supply . . . . . . . . . . 26 Brookshire’s Grocery . . 22 Car Lovers Car Wash . . 15 Cash America . . . . . . 11 IGA Cash Saver . . . . . 33 Christian Brothers Automotive . . . . . . . 21 Cigarette Place . . . . . 30 CVS Pharmacy . . . . . 20 Discount Tire . . . . . . 14 Dollar General . . . . . 24 Donut Shop . . . . . . . 35 Fatty’s Smoke Shop . . . 78 Goodwill Industries . . . 39 H & R Block . . . . . . . 37 Heart N Soul Tattoos . . 30 Home Depot . . . . . . . 6 Hop In / Shell . . . . . . . 1 J & N Motorcycle Leather . . . . . . . . . 36 Jackson Hewitt Tax Service . . . . . . . . . . 32 Jason’s Grocery & Deli . . 8 Kash N Karry . . . . . . 34 Kwik Kar . . . . . . . . . 17 Lake Worth Cigars . . . . 4 Lake Worth Florist . . . . 3 Liq-O-Rama . . . . . . . 23 Longhorn Liquors . . . . . 2 National Hall SPJST . . 41 O’Reilly Auto Parts . . . 16 Paintball Supply . . . . . . 5 Payless Shoe Source . . 19 Pep Boys . . . . . . . . 18 Pro AM Fishing Supply . . 9 Pro Cuts . . . . . . . . . 25 Salon at Stone Cottage . . . . . . . . . 38 Salty Dog Tattoos . . . . 7A San Pedro Blinds . . . . 40 Sprint . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Staples . . . . . . . . . . 13 Title Max . . . . . . . . 10 Tractor Supply . . . . . 28 Tressa & Co. Hair Salon . . . . . . . . 31 Walgreens . . . . . . . . 12

RESTAURANTS From Stir Fry to French Fries & So Much More Applebee’s . . . . . . . 12 Arby’s . . . . . . . . . . 34 Arizola’s . . . . . . . . . . 9 Bennigan’s . . . . . . . . 24 Bosses Pizza . . . . . . . 8 Braum’s . . . . . . . . . 19 Bull Frog Grill . . . . . . . 1

Bull Frog Station . . . . 33 Burger King . . . . . . . 27 Chicken Express . . . . 30 Chili’s . . . . . . . . . . 21 Chick-Fil-A . . . . . . . 23 Cotton Patch Cafe . . . . 3 Denny’s . . . . . . . . . 32

Domino’s Pizza . . . . . 31 El Ranchero Taquerias . . 6 Jack In The Box . . . . . 16 Little Caesars . . . . . . 18 Long John Silvers . . . . . 5 McDonald’s . . . . . . . 17 Mexican Inn . . . . . . . 29

Pizza Hut . . . . . . . . 20 Popeye’s . . . . . . . . . 26 Rice Express . . . . . . . 10 Rosa’s Cafe . . . . . . . . 2 Sonic . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Spring Creek BBQ . . . 28 Starbucks . . . . . . . . 25 2018

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Taco Bell . . . . . . . . . 14 Taco Bueno . . . . . . . 15 Taco Cabana . . . . . . 22 Taco Casa . . . . . . . . . 7 Waffle House . . . . . . 11 Whataburger . . . . . . . 4

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Building &

BUILDING & DEVELOPMENT

DEVELOPMENT

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THE BUILDING DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING SUB-DEPARTMENTS:

PLANNING AND ZONING

Worth; focus on public education to

The Planning Department is

gain compliance by administering the

responsible for enhancing and

PERMITTING AND INSPECTIONS

City’s Code and State Laws relevant

maintaining the quality of life in Lake

Permitting and Inspections is

Worth through the administration

responsible for permitting building

and enforcement of city codes,

construction and conducting inspections to ensure life safety and compliance with codes and regulations. This page contains information regarding the plan review, permitting, and inspections process. A permit is required for any construction, change in use or occupancy, alteration, and/or repair of any structure, building or building system including plumbing, electrical, mechanical and irrigation systems. If you have a question please contact us at 817-255-7920 and we will be happy to assist. To obtain a permit first submit an application, required fees and supporting documentation that is of sufficient clarity to indicate the location, nature and extent of

policies and regulations pertaining to planning, zoning, land use and subdivision of land. For questions please contact us at 817-255-7922. CODE COMPLIANCE Code Compliance role is to enhance

development through comprehensive environmental protection, conservation, and effective resource management; implement federal, state, and local environmental statutes and

citizens. Our purpose is to promote,

continuous public involvement and

protect, and improve the safety,

appreciation for the city’s unique

health, and welfare of our citizens.

and invaluable natural surroundings.

This is accomplished by providing

If you have questions regarding

equitable, expeditious and effective

Environmental Services please give

enforcement of city codes.

us a call at 817-237-1211, ext 115.

Compliance is our main goal. This is usually accomplished with an initial friendly contact with the violator. If compliance is not obtained a citation may be issued or a Notice of Violation will be administered.

detail that it will conform to the

The purpose of the Environmental

provisions of the adopted codes and

Services Department is to provide

ordinances. The permit application

quality services to the community for

will be approved and a permit issued

the protection and promotion of the

when all provisions of the adopted

health, safety, welfare, property values

codes and ordinances are met.

and environment of the City of Lake

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advance and support sustainable

regulations; and foster and ensure

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health and consumer health standards;

and sustain the quality of life of our

the work proposed and show in

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to nuisance, zoning, environmental

Barry Barber Director of Building Development 817-237-1211 ext. 114 bbarber@ lakeworthtx.org Suzanne Meason Planning and Zoning Administration 817-237-1211 ext. 111 smeason@ lakeworthtx.org


Home

& WATER

HOME IMPROVEMENTS

Some Examples:

GARBAGE PICKUP

Whether you are planning a do-it-

• New buildings

Residents who live on the North Side

yourself home improvement project or

• Storage buildings over 120 sq ft

of Lake Worth Blvd. and Foster Dr.

hiring a professional contractor, a quick call to the city at 817-255-7920 is a good idea before starting work to see

• Additions to existing structures • Renovations

if a building permit is required. Permits

• Electrical systems

are required for most building projects

• Plumbing systems

in order to ensure that they are built in accordance with the City of Lake

• HVAC systems

have their trash picked up on Mondays and Thursdays. Residents who live on the South Side of Lake Worth Blvd. (not including Foster Dr.) will have their trash picked up on Tuesdays and Fridays. Garbage should be placed on the curb by 7:00 am. For missed pickups or questions call Progressive

codes, amendments to the code and

• Driveway approach

Waste Solutions at 817-222-2221.

all ordinances pertaining to residential

• Drainage or grading changes

UTILITY

• Adding to existing driveways

Utility Bills may be paid in person by

Worth’s adopted building and zoning

and commercial construction. Aside from the review of structural, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing plans, the permit approval process

• Patio covers or concrete patio • Demolition

cash, check, or credit/debit card at the Utility Billing Department located at 3805 Adam Grubb. There is a

may also include plan examination by

• Fences

3.5% non-refundable service fee for

the fire department for fire prevention

• Swimming pools, hot tub or spa

payments made with credit/debit cards

and life-safety standards, or other

• Irrigation systems

reviews. Professional inspections throughout the various stages of

• Septic repair

construction help to make certain

To obtain a permit first submit

that work sites are safe, workmanship

an application, required fees and

is at an industry accepted standard,

supporting documentation that

in person. They may also be paid online 24/7. There is a $4.95 non-refundable service fee for payments made with credit/debit cards. If your account has been disconnected or is due to be disconnected for non-payment,

is of sufficient clarity to indicate

please be sure to contact the Utility

to approved specifications.

the location, nature and extent of

Billing Department at 817-237-1211

the work proposed and show in

extension #110 prior to making an

A permit is required for any

detail that it will conform to the

online payment. Utility Bills may be

provisions of the adopted codes and

made by telephone by using a credit/

and projects are built according

construction, change in use or occupancy, alteration, and/or repair

ordinances. The permit application

debit card at 1-855-796-5763. There

of any structure, building or building

will be approved and a permit issued

is a $4.95 non-refundable service

system including plumbing, electrical,

when all provisions of the adopted

fee for payments made by credit/

mechanical and irrigation systems.

codes and ordinances are met.

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• Culvert, new or replacement

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Ve t e r a n s

VETERANS MEMORIAL

MEMORIAL

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Located at the corner of Charbonneau Road and Shawnee Trail The Memorial was dedicated on June 22, 2013 to the memory of all who proudly served and protected their country. Plaques for the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, and Navy are displayed as well as one for POW-MIA. All Gave Some - Some Gave All.

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L a ke Wo r t h A re a

MUSEUM

The Lake Worth Area Museum was

found artifacts, items the Lake

lives were affected by living in the

established by The Historical Society

Worth Volunteer Fire Department,

shadow of a SAC base during WWII

of Lake Worth, a not-for-profit private

the old Casino Beach amusement

and the Cold War; the scandalous

educational service organization

park and military memorabilia.

lifestyles of the gamblers and gangsters who gave the Jacksboro Highway its seedy and fascinating reputation; the magnificent sounds of Big Band music that drifted across the lake from Casino Beach; our neighborhood stores, churches, rock houses, and schools; the time the lake froze

dedicated to perpetuating Lake Worth’s history. It resides within the old Foster House with it’s original fireplace

As you walk through the museum you will learn more about how our

and features historic furniture and

city has kept much of it’s small town

appliances. Its mission is to research,

charm and the amazing people

survey, identify, and protect these

that added to it’s rich character.

resources, not just historical history, but our wonderful architecture and artwork in all its many forms, and to assist our

Lake Worth Museum 7001 Charbonneau Rd.

solid; the construction of the new

wonderful museums and neighborhood

9-mile bridge and Loop 820; the old

groups, all contributing to create

Hours:

drive-in theater, the race track: the

a truly exceptional place to live.

Thursday - Saturday

magnificent structures such as the

The museum features historic year

Mosque, which are now gone; the

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

books, including the very first from

Annual Membership Dues

Lake Worth monster which is still

Lake Worth High School, letterman

Individual . . . . . . . $10

generating newspaper headlines, and

jackets and other nostalgic bullfrog

Family . . . . . . . . . $15

our own individual family heritages.

memorabilia. Display cases include

Business . . . . . . . $25 2018

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CHARBONNEAU PARK

6801 Charbonneau Road Acreage: 3.48 Amenities Include: 30 ft. Covered Pavilion with 4 Picnic Tables Charbonneau Park is more commonly known as the “Growing up Strong: Kids and Trees” project. This community project was developed in 2001 by the City of Lake Worth in cooperation with the Northwest Tarrant Chamber of Commerce, the Lake Worth ISD, and more than 80 local businesses and community volunteers. In addition to planting trees in Charbonneau Park, the project provides mentoring opportunities by community volunteers

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“adopting” Elementary classes in Lake Worth ISD. “Kids

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and Trees” participants have assisted students by planting and assisting in the identification of trees and flowers, nature projects, and environmental education activities.

RAYL FAMILY PARK

3402 Pueblo Trail Acreage: 3.4 Amenities Include: Covered Picnic Tables, Small Walking Trial, Pond, and Playground Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Rayl moved to 7409 Apache Trail in 1941, along with their son Joe who was 13 years old. After moving into the house, they discovered 20 or 30 shortwave ship-to-shore radios in an upstairs room that was used as a workshop. It was rumored that the previous owners were believed to be German spies. They contacted the proper authorities and never heard anything more about the radios. Mr. and Mrs. Rayl passed some time ago and left the property to their children. The land was donated to the City of Lake Worth in 2000 by the heirs of Willy and Evia Rayl for the use of a city park. LAKE WORTH DIRECTORY

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LAKE WORTH PARK

LAKE WORTH PARK (ATHLETIC COMPLEX) 3501 Roberts Cut Off Amenities Include: Covered Picnic Tables, Playground, Foot Ball Field, Two Baseball Fields, Softball/T-ball Field, Concession Stand, Walking Trail (.5 Mile), and a Skate Board Park The athletic fields currently has two baseball fields, one softball field, and a soccer/football field. This location also has a playground for the kids and a skate park for all ages. Two organizations regularly hold events at this park. For youth activities such as baseball, softball, or football, check out the Lake Worth soccer is more your style, Cowtown Soccer offers adult and youth leagues www.cowtownsoccer.com.

HODGKINS PARK

KEENUM - SHELTON DOG PARK

4200 Hodgkins Road Acreage: 2.13 Amenities Include: Picnic Tables, Playground, Grills, and Large Covered Pavilion

REYNOLDS PARK 3500 Marina Drive

GRANDLAKE PARK

NAVAJO PARK

Acreage: 3.74 Amenities Include: Picnic Table, Playground, and Two Practice Baseball Fields

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Youth Association, www.lwya.info. If

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PUBLIC

WORKS

The Public Works Department is

The City of Lake Worth has a Multi-Purpose Facility available for rent.

responsible for maintaining the

The Multi-Purpose Facility is attached to the Library and Senior Center,

infrastructure of the city and for

which is located at 7005 Charbonneau. This facility offers three meeting

providing quality services to our citizens. The department ensures that all public works projects are designed and constructed in accordance with city regulations and accepted engineering and

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Sean Densmore Director of Public Works 817-237-1211 ext. 202 sdensmore@ lakeworthtx.org

rooms (that can be rented individually or as one large room) and a kitchen. For more information or availability please call 817-237-1211 ext. 100. Description

Resident/Non Profit Per Hour

Non Resident Per Hour

1 Room

$25

$35

2 Rooms

$40

$50

3 Rooms

$55

$65

2 Rooms w/ Kitchen

$60

$70

3 Rooms w/ Kitchen

$75

$85

Two (2) Hour Minimum Rental. Rental times include set up and clean up time. Rental applicant must be 18 years of age or older.

James Sullivan Public Works Superintendent- Streets & Maintenance 817-237-1211 ext. 203 jsullivan@lakeworthtx.org

Deposits: $100.00 for room usage only, $200.00 for room usage with use of kitchen Hours 7:00 a.m. – Midnight; Monday-Sunday City Attendant and Security Fees Required on rentals outside of City business hours (8a-5p) or on City recognized holidays

Mike Shelley Public Works Superintendent- Water/ Sewer & Parks 817-237-1211 ext. 205 mshelley@ lakeworthtx.org

City Attendant (99 people or less) After Hours/Weekends – $15 per Hour City Holidays – $25 per Hour Security (100+ people) $35per hour per officer (Lake Worth Police Officer) 100+ people require a City attendant and security

Kelly McDonald Public Works Administrative Assistant 817-237-1211 ext. 200 kmcdonald@ lakeworthtx.org

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The City of Lake Worth offers several parks available for reservation. For park reservation information, call 817-237-1211 ext. 100. For field reservation information, call 817-237-1211 ext. 200.


LIVE - S H O P - WORK - PLAY BATTERIES PLUS

817-238-1003 3911 Telephone Rd.

817-291-0971 6076 Azle Ave., Ste. #300

ALBERTSON’S

817-237-8124 6308 Lake Worth Blvd.

BED BATH & BEYOND

817-237-6446 6038 Azle Ave.

AMERICA’S BEST CONTACTS & EYES

682-312-2603 6014 Azle Ave., Ste. #200 APPLEBEE’S

817-237-9344 6301 Lake Worth Blvd. ARIZOLA’S MEXICAN RESTAURANT

817-237-9031 6738-H Lake Worth Blvd.

CASH SAVER COST PLUS FOOD

BOSSES BRICKOVEN PIZZA

817-238-9899 6059 Lake Worth Blvd.

ARMSTRONG MCCALL

817-237-4190 6401 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-237-1169 6358 Lake Worth Blvd., Ste. #100

CASH AMERICA PAWN

817-237-7277 6004 Lake Worth Blvd.

BRAUM’S ICE CREAM & DAIRY

AT&T

817-240-2042 4221 Grand Lake Dr. Lake Worth, TX 76135

BONNIE & CLYDE’S POOL SUPPLY

817-237-0020 6055 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-238-1611 6636 Lake Worth Blvd., Ste. #200

CAROL ANN WEBSTER, INDEPENDENT MARY KAY BEAUTY CONSULTANT

BROOKSHIRE’S

817-237-7545 6708 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-237-7684 3905 Telephone Rd. CATHERINE’S

817-344-7094 6560 Lake Worth Blvd., Ste. #700 CATO FASHION

817-237-0023 6322 Lake Worth Blvd. CHELA SHELL

817-625-8272 3601 Jim Wright Freeway

BULLFROG GRILL

CHICK-FIL-A

817-237-9111 6700-A Azle Ave.

817-237-7779 6556 Lake Worth Blvd.

BATH & BODY WORKS

BURGER KING

CHICKEN EXPRESS

817-237-9028 6034 Azle Ave., Ste. #400

817-237-1997 6625 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-238-7520 6765 Lake Worth Blvd.

AUTOZONE

817-237-8483 6738-G Lake Worth Blvd.

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CHILI’S BAR & GRILL

FIREHOUSE SUBS

JIMMY JOHN’S

817-237-0956 6536 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-232-4000 6060 Azle Ave., Ste. #900

817-237-2445 6547 Lake Worth Blvd., Ste. #100

CHIPOLTE MEXICAN GRILL

FIRESTONE

JIMMY’S BIG BURGER

817-237-2468 6457 Lake Worth Blvd., Ste. #200

817-237-5346 3941 Paul Meador Dr.

817-237-1800 6334 Lake Worth Blvd.

CICI’S PIZZA

FIVE BELOW

817-238-8878 6342 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-238-1895 6598 Lake Worth Blvd.

CITY OF LAKE WORTH

GAMESTOP

817-237-1211 3805 Adam Grubb

817-238-6461 6306 Lake Worth Blvd.

CONN’S

GENRAL NUTRITION CENTER

817-237-2261 6592 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-238-9019 6304-A Lake Worth Blvd.

COTTON PATCH CAFE

GINGER BROWN’S OLD TYME REST.

817-238-1999 3940 Jim Wright Freeway

817-238-6903 6628 Lake Worth Blvd., Ste. #800

817-237-2114 6312 Lake Worth Blvd.

KIRKLAND’S

CVS

GOLD STAR TABACCO

817-237-3363 6640 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-625-5500 5936 Lake Worth Blvd.

DENNY’S

GOODWILL

817-625-9232 3543 Jim Wright Freeway

817-332-7866 6601 Azle Ave.

DISCOUNT TIRE

HOBBY LOBBY

817-238-7999 6319 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-237-2164 6580 Lake Worth Blvd.

DOLLAR GENERAL

HOME DEPOT

817-238-8450 6738-D Lake Worth Blvd.

817-237-5355 3950 Jim Wright Freeway

DOLLAR TREE

HOP-IN MARKET

817-238-9993 6330 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-238-6700 6608 Azle Ave.

DOMINO’S PIZZA

I9 SPORTS YOUTH SPORTS LEAGUES

817-237-0219 6738-B Lake Worth Blvd. EDWARD JONES INVESTMENTS

817-406-3229 www.i9sports.com

JOBO’S HAMBURGERS

817-238-7778 6548 Lake Worth Blvd., Ste. #200 KAY ROLLINS, REALTOR

817-456-2330 3918 Telephone Road, Ste. #300 Lake Worth, TX 76135 KID TO KID

817-237-4870 6046 Azle Ave., Ste. #300 KOHL’S DEPARTMENT STORE

817-238-9147 6054 Azle Ave. LAKE LODGE CARE CENTER

817-237-7231 3800 Marina Dr. LAKE WORTH CIGARS

817-238-8877 6654-B Azle Ave. LAKE WORTH FLORIST

817-237-3317 6650 Azle Ave. LAKE WORTH INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

817-306-4200 6805 Telephone Rd.

JACK IN THE BOX

LANE BRYANT

817-237-1062 6352 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-317-8813 6046 Azle Ave., Ste. #100

FAMOUS FOOTWEAR

JASON’S GROCERY & GRILL

LESLIE’S POOL SUPPLY

817-237-5726 6594 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-626-5858 5922 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-238-1911 6548 Lake Worth Blvd., Ste. #100

817-237-5350 6012 Reef Point Lane, Ste. B Fort Worth, TX 76135

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LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE

NAVAJO MINI-MART

POPEYE’S CHICKEN

817-471-2785 www.libertymutual. comyolandamunoz

817-237-9992 7028 Navajo Trail

817-237-3821 6601 Lake Worth Blvd., Ste. #100

NETCINITY

PRIMACARE MEDICAL CENTER

682-334-8112 netcinity.com/vclark

817-328-3320 2205 N. Tarrant Parkway Fort Worth, TX 76177

LIQ-O-RAMA

817-238-9972 6738-A Lake Worth Blvd. LITTLE CAESAR’S PIZZA

817-238-7900 6358-A Lake Worth Blvd. LONG JOHN SILVER’S

817-237-3431 6042 Lake Worth Blvd. LONGHORN LIQUOR

817-237-6612 6612 Azle Ave. MARSHALL’S

MATTRESS FIRM

817-238-1311 6636 Lake Worth Blvd., Ste. #100 MAURICES

817-238-2221 6620 Lake Worth Blvd. MAX’S E-Z MAIL

817-237-2488 6340 Lake Worth Blvd. MCALISTER’S DELI

817-237-3345 6014 Azle Ave., Ste. #300 MCDONALD’S

817-237-3345 6356 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-238-7797 6324 Lake Worth Blvd. NICK’S KASH N KARRY

817-740-0665 3522 Roberts Cut Off O’REILLY AUTO PARTS

817-237-6848 6345 Lake Worth Blvd.

PRIMETALK MET

817-237-6991 6304-B Lake Worth Blvd. QUIK SAK

817-237-7009 3617 Shawnee Trail QUIK TRIP

OI SHII SUSHI & JAPANESE

817-237-5901 6249 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-238-6788 6302 Lake Worth Blvd.

RACE TRAC

OLSEN’S SPORTING GOODS

817-237-7036 6005 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-625-0831 3020 Roberts Cut Off ORANGE LEAF FROZEN YOGURT

817-237-7334 6076 Azle Ave., Ste. #500 PANDA BUFFET

817-238-1888 3980 Boat Club Rd., Ste. #107 PANERA BREAD

817-237-3400 6535 Lake Worth Blvd. PARTY CITY

817-237-8517 6628 Lake Worth Blvd., Ste. #400

817-237-6521 6300 Lake Worth Blvd. RACK ROOM

817-237-5388 6046 Azle Ave., Ste. #200 REFRESH

817-237-8516 6310 Lake Worth Blvd. RENEE KOLAR - KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY

817-237-9755 4880 Boat Club Rd. Fort Worth, TX 76135 RICE EXPRESS

METROPLEX VAPOR

PEP BOY’S

817-586=9229 6306-A Lake Worth Blvd.

817-237-0440 6500 Lake Worth Blvd.

MEXICAN INN

PET SMART

ROSA’S CAFE & TORTILLA FACTORY

817-237-7691 6709 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-238-0111 6572 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-237-4009 6050 Hawrylak

NAVAJO BURGERS

PIZZA HUT

ROSS DRESS FOR LESS

817-237-9992 7028 Navajo Trail

817-238-8080 6504 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-238-6967 6588 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-238-8088 6036 Lake Worth Blvd.

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817-237-6702 6042 Azle Ave.

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TACO BELL

UBREAKIFIX

817-238-1630 6034 Azle Ave., Ste. #200

817-237-1311 6331 Lake Worth Blvd.

SALLY’S BEAUTY SUPPLY

TACO BUENO

817-237-8200 6060 Azle Avenue, Ste. #600 Lake Worth, TX 76135

817-238-9586 6596 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-237-2431 6350 Lake Worth Blvd. TACO CABANA

SAN PEDRO BLINDS

817-238-7432 6552 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-625-0100 3620 Roberts Cut Off

TACO CASA

SCIFI FACTORY

817-320-8445 6560 Lake Worth Blvd., Ste. #200 SHERWIN-WILLIAM’S PAINT

817-237-2488 6342-B Lake Worth Blvd. SLEEP EXPERT

COMMUNITY GUIDE

817-566-0143 6034 Azle Ave., Ste. #500

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SONIC DRIVE-IN

817-237-5757 6327 Lake Worth Blvd. SPRING CREEK BBQ

817-238-9210 6701 Lake Worth Blvd. STAPLES OFFICE SUPPLY

817-238-7755 6105 Lake Worth Blvd. TARRANT COUNTY’S CREDIT UNION

817-884-1470 6713 Telephone Rd., Ste. #103 Lake Worth, TX 76135 TARGET

817-302-0083 6604 Lake Worth Blvd. TETCO #460

817-237-2401 6116 Lake Worth Blvd. THE DONUT DEN

817-237-9910 3514 Roberts Cut Off

817-237-4500 6313 Lake Worth Blvd.

THE EDGE CHURCH / COFFEE HOUSE

STARBUCK’S COFFEE

817-213-7703 3980 Boat Club Rd., Ste. #106

817-237-2615 6539 Lake Worth Blvd. ST. ANNE’S CHURCH

817-237-1888 6055 Azle Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76135 stannesfw.org

817-237-4439 2913 Caddo Trail THE SLEEP SHOP

817-238-6288 3980 Boat Club Rd., Ste. #117 TOTAL LODGE SPA

817-237-2448 6034 Azle Ave., Ste. #300

817-237-9800 6060 Azle Ave., Ste. #700

SUBWAY SANDWICH SHOP

TRACTOR SUPPLY

817-237-3700 6336 Lake Worth Blvd.

817-237-5222 3919 Telephone Rd.

T-MOBILE

TRINITY ORDINANCE

817-237-6833 6601 Lake Worth Blvd., Ste. #200

817-677-8556 4224 Karen Ln.

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817-238-2142 6612 Lake Worth Blvd. WAFFLE HOUSE

817-237-4091 6250 Lake Worth Blvd. WALGREEN’S

817-238-0384 6244 Lake Worth Blvd. WALMART

817-237-0400 6360 Lake Worth Blvd. WENDY’S

817-237-2460 6348 Lake Worth Blvd. WHATABURGER

817-237-8271 6120 Lake Worth Blvd. WINGSTOP

817-237-2500 6338 Lake Worth Blvd. YMCA CAMP CARTER

817-738-9241 6200 Sand Springs Rd. Fort Worth, TX 76114

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Community Easter Egg Hunt Lake Worth Multi-Purpose Center Saturday March 24th at 10am Crafting • Petting Zoo Visit with Easter Bunny Contact the Library for More information


Naval Air Station

JOINT RESERVE BASE

Perhaps the biggest hidden gem in

up of approximately 40 separate

native, Major Horace S. Carswell.

Fort Worth is the Naval Air Station

commands, and its population is

Before that, the base was originally

Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base.

approximately 10,000. Its mission

named Tarrant Field Airdrome.

Established in 1994, the NAS Fort

is to provide combat readiness,

Worth JRB, located seven miles

support, and quality training for

The base was closed in 1993 and a

north/northwest of downtown, is

Reserve and Guard “war fighters” in

home to all branches of the Armed

all branches of the Armed Services.

Services (Navy, Marine Corps,

The base houses a myriad of

facility, instantly making it the premier

Air Force, Army, and the Texas

operations and public safety

Joint Reserve facility in the nation.

National Guard). It is a symbol of

departments such as Air Traffic

the community’s spirit and unending

Control, Fire and Emergency Services,

support for the beloved men and

and Security and Antiterrorism.

women who fight for our freedom

It is also a beacon of mutual

as members of the military.

aid support for the community,

Per the base’s website, the facility

including providing automatic

was created to allow for all service

aid to the city of Fort Worth.

members – regardless of what

The NAS Fort Worth JRB is more

unit they are a part of – to work

widely known as Carswell Air Force

together and share vital resources.

Base, a name it held from 1948

The NAS Fort Worth JRB is made

to 1993 in honor of Fort Worth

year later became what it is today. In so doing, numerous military personnel was relocated to the

FORT WORTH, Texas (April 4, 2016) Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base main gate sign. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jason Howard/Released)

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NAS JRB - FORT WORTH

161005-N-XB816-069 FORT WORTH, Texas (Oct. 5, 2016) An F-16 Fighting Falcon performs touch-and-go maneuvers at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base. A touch-and-go landing, or circuit, is a maneuver that is common when learning to fly a fixed-wing aircraft. It involves landing on a runway and taking off again without coming to a full stop. (U.S. Navy video by Petty Officer 2nd Class Jason Howard/Released)

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