Trinity River Vision Update 12/27/2018

December 27th, 2018|General, News|

The Tarrant Regional Water District will provide the final installments of its $200 million loan to the Panther Island flood control project within the next year, leading to a possible bond sale to buy land and pay for crucial utility relocation.

The District expects to provide the final $13.3 million of its loan commitment for construction […]

Notice of Deadline to File Applications for Place on the Ballot

December 17th, 2018|News|

Click here to see Notice of Deadline to File Applications for Place on the Ballot for the May 4, 2019 General Election.

The application can be found here.

Congresswoman Granger & U.S. Army Corps of Engineers release statement regarding TRV Flood Control Project

October 4th, 2018|General, News|

Congresswoman Kay Granger (TX-12) released the following statement on the Trinity River Vision Flood Control Project:

FORT WORTH, TX – “Today, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers once again strongly affirmed its commitment to the Trinity River Vision Flood Control Project and acknowledged that it is authorized for federal funding in this coming year’s 2019 Energy […]

Approved land transactions to bring baseball back to LaGrave

July 18th, 2018|General, News, Trinity Trails App|

During the July TRWD Board meeting, two land transactions were approved that will ultimately bring baseball back to historic LaGrave Field on Fort Worth’s near north side. Full press release. 

4th Annual Spring Trash Bash just days away

May 14th, 2018|General, News, Trinity River & Trinity Trails, Trinity Trails App|

Join us for the 4th Annual Spring TRWD Trash Bash on Saturday, May 19th 2018 from 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM . Pick a location and bring a group, a friend or just yourself to help clean up trash along the Trinity. When the trash is all bashed, volunteers are treated to an after party with free food, door […]

Flood Protection: A Mission to Reduce Risk

April 17th, 2018|General, News|

Flood protection is not something you think about every day, but it’s a vital part of our thriving community. TRWD is responsible for minimizing flood risk along the Trinity River and through the Fort Worth Floodway. Watch what we’re doing to reduce that risk, operate and maintain the floodway, and plan for the region’s […]

2018 Bridgeport Cleanup

April 10th, 2018|General, Lake Bridgeport, News, Recreation|

2018 Bridgeport Cleanup

Just 1 hour northwest of downtown Fort Worth, you will find the pristine waters of Lake Bridgeport which has existed for more than 85 years. The lake is near and dear to the hearts of thousands of locals who either live along its shores or visit it year-round for […]

The Legacy behind Marine Creek Health & Safety Fair

April 2nd, 2018|General, Marine Creek, News, Trinity River & Trinity Trails, Trinity Trails App|

The idea to promote healthier community living started 10 years ago through the vision of Lt. Scott Christian. At the time, Lt. Christian was known for his love of cycling along the Trinity Trails. He wanted share this passion with the public he served. Through the combined efforts of his friends and […]

Trinity Trails By The Numbers

March 22nd, 2018|Cycling, Fishing, General, Geocaching, Horseback Riding, Marine Creek, News, Swimming, Trinity River & Trinity Trails, Trinity Trails App, Walking & Jogging, Watersports|

Did you know TRWD manages more than 70 miles of Trinity Trails? Learn more about recreational opportunities like watersports at TRWD.com.
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Trails + Permits Update

March 17th, 2018|Cycling, Eagle Mountain, General, Hiking, Marine Creek, News, Recreation, Trinity River & Trinity Trails, Trinity Trails App, Walking & Jogging|

Special Operating Permits

A special operating permit is required for any commercial activity or event on Tarrant Regional Water District (“TRWD”) property.  TRWD property includes 72 miles of Trinity Trails. To view a map of the Trinity Trails that is considered TRWD property, click here: http://www.trwd.com/recreation/map/.

In an effort to assist with trail congestion and overall […]

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