For more than twenty-five years, the Fort Worth League of Neighborhoods has made the commitment to ensure that neighborhoods continue to be strong and viable contributors to the quality of life and identity of Fort Worth.
The goals of the Fort Worth League of Neighborhoods are to unite neighborhoods and to give them an effective voice in the critical issues facing them, from zoning and crime, to city parks and urban gas drilling. Our challenge is to support the diversity and stability of neighborhoods throughout the city.
Drawing on its long history as an institution and the collective experiences of its member organizations, the League provides education, guidance and advocacy to its member and to the region at large.
EVENTS and NEWS
General Membership Meeting
Thursday June 5, 2014 @ 6:30 pm
University Christian Church
2720 South University Drive
Speaker: Michelle Gutt
Director of Communication & Public Engagement
City of Fort Worth
As the umbrella organization of neighborhood associations, we represent a united front within the civic structure. Our members stay abreast of the latest issues and happenings within the city that affect our neighborhoods. The League is committed to equipping its members to better serve their associations.
Click here to see how your neighborhood association or homeowners association can join the League!