Our Stream Trailer Educates the Community

June 5th, 2019|General, News|

Michelle Wood-Ramirez recently asked some high school students how much water they use as part of their daily bathroom routine – How long are your showers? How many times do you flush? How often do you wash your hands? They were almost too embarrassed to answer.

But their self-conscious giggles flow into groans and expressions of […]

TRWD board approves LaGrave Field lease and land swap

May 15th, 2019|General, News, Trinity Trails App|

In an effort to return baseball to historic LaGrave Field, a non-profit foundation agreed to pay the Tarrant Regional Water District an upfront, 10-year market-rate lease for the facility that also includes a commitment by the group to spend $3 million on renovations to the minor league baseball field.

The Save LaGrave Foundation will spend at […]

A jam-packed May calendar

May 2nd, 2019|General, News, Trinity Trails App|

Spring is beautiful in Texas, so who doesn’t want to be outside? But all of these events can cause some major trail congestion. Check out all of our events happening in May.

It is going to be a busy one.

Biking Safely on the Trinity Trails

May 1st, 2019|General, News, Trinity Trails App|

In honor of National Bike Safety month, we wanted to share a few points to keep you safe. If you are on your bike, remember to go with the traffic flow and obey all traffic laws. Also, be predictable, stay alert at all times and always look before you turn. #nationalbikesafetymonth

To learn more, check out […]

GeoWoodstock XVII takes over Fort Worth May 25

April 29th, 2019|General, News, Trinity Trails App|

“The City of Cowboys and Culture” and the Texas Geocaching Association invite everyone to participate in GeoWoodstock XVII – happening in Fort Worth, Texas May 25, 2019 from 9AM to 5PM.

This year’s event will be held at the Amon G. Carter Exhibit Hall in the historic Will Rogers Memorial Center. To register and for […]

Mayfest Trail Detours

April 24th, 2019|News, Trinity Trails App|

Mayfest is Fort Worth’s premier family-friendly festival! Encompassing 33 acres along the Trinity River in Trinity Park.

Learn more on their website.

Expect detours on the Trinity Trails, around Trinity Park, before and during the event while the grounds are being set-up from April 22nd to May 8th.

Check the image for more information.

Protecting the Trinity

April 16th, 2019|General, News|

From water quality in our reservoirs to water quality in the Trinity River, the Tarrant Regional Water District is committed to keeping our watersheds clean. We know from experience that trying to clean up is a whole lot harder than keeping it from getting polluted in the first place. And that’s why we’ve created a […]

Check out our Trinity Trails App

April 5th, 2019|General, News|

To meet the public needs of our growing Trinity Trail system, we have developed a new mobile phone app to help citizens get around the trails in Fort Worth. With the help of this interactive tour guide, we are able to offer up-to-date information on amenities, events, and other happenings along our 70+ mile trail […]

Granger Statement on Army Corps Commitment to Fort Worth Flood Control Project

March 28th, 2019|General, News|

March 27, 2019

WASHINGTON — Today in Washington, top officials testified to their strong commitment for the Fort Worth Central City Flood Control Project. R.D. James, Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Civil Works, stated “I very strongly support the project.” James further added “It is a good project.”

In response to the committee’s questioning […]

2018 TRWD Report now online

March 19th, 2019|General, News|

2018 was a busy year here at the Tarrant Regional Water District. From turning on the first phase of the long-awaited Integrated Pipeline to receiving prestigious industry awards to our community involvement, you can read all about how we made a difference in the communities we serve in the 2018 TRWD Report.

The report is […]

Opal’s Farm Ribbon Cutting

March 5th, 2019|General, News|

For years, Opal Lee has dreamed of growing something special in her community.

Troubled by the lack of nearby grocery stores selling fresh produce, the 92-year-old community activist wanted to start a large community garden to grow potatoes, carrots, radishes and beets.

And she didn’t want to stop there. To develop even deeper roots […]

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. 

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