May 7 Bond Election Public Education Meeting for March 31, 2022 – Welcome to the City of Fort Worth

Next date: Thursday March 31, 2022 | 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Find out more about the 2022 bond program

Drafts of the proposed bond program for 2022 and amendments to the charter will be considered at a series of public meetings this spring.

Calendar of public meetings

All weekday meetings will be from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and the Saturday meeting will be from 10:00 a.m. to noon.



Council Quarter

Monday March 21

City Hall and Virtual Council Chamber


Wednesday March 23

Riverside Community Center, 3700 E. Belknap Street


Thursday March 24

Chisholm Trail Community Center, 4936 McPherson Blvd.


Monday, March 28 th

Golden Triangle Library, 4264 Golden Triangle Blvd.

4 & 7

Thursday, March 31st

Como Community Center, 4660 Horne Street


Monday april 4th

Worth Heights Community Center, 3551 New York Avenue.


Thursday, April 7

Northwest Library, 6228 Crystal Lake Drive

2 & 7

monday april 11

Eastern Regional Library, 6301 Bridge St.


Wednesday April 20

McDonald YMCA, 2701 Moresby Street


Saturday April 23

Handley Meadowbrook Community Center, 6201 Beaty Street


Monday April 25

Rockwood Park Golf Club, 1851 Jacksboro Hwy.


Residents can also submit questions and comments by email.

Saturday May 7, residents have the opportunity to vote on two initiatives that address issues facing Fort Worth. Learn about proposed 2022 bond program plans and charter changes in a series of public meetings beginning soon.

Bond Election 2022

The $560 million bond package includes proposals to fund capital projects in Fort Worth’s neighborhoods and business districts. If the bond proposals are passed, there will be no direct impact on the tax rate and the city’s tax rate should not have to increase to pay off the bonds.

The bond program is divided into five proposals. Voters can vote for or against each proposal on the ballot.

Proposal A: $360,218,300 for street and mobility projects.

Proposal B: $123,955,500 for parks and recreation projects, including a new aquatic center in the Stop Six neighborhood and a rebuilt Forest Park pool.

Proposal C: $12,505,200 for a new library in far northwest Fort Worth.

Proposal D: $39,321,000 for police and fire department public safety facilities. Included is a proposed headquarters for the Northwest Patrol Division.

Proposal E: $15,000,000 for the city’s Open Space program, which focuses on acquiring natural spaces.

Learn more about the bond package.

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Charter Election

Thirteen proposed amendments to the city charter will be on the May 7 ballot. Voters can vote for or against each of the proposals individually.

Among the proposals is increasing the annual salary of the mayor and council members, as well as other proposals to remove outdated language and reflect the current organization of Fort Worth city government.


  • Thursday March 31, 2022 | 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.


Como Community Center, 4660 Horne St, Fort Worth 76107 Show map

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