Parks & Community Services
The Parks & Community Services Department (PACS) maintains more than 200 parks and public spaces citywide as well as provides aid and educational programming that makes Fort Worth a great place to live, work and play.
The Parks & Community Services Department has over 200 positions to be filled for full and part-time work this summer. These jobs are open to individuals of all ages with varying degrees of experience.
Since 1994, Byers has been with Garvan Woodland Gardens, the botanical garden of the University of Arkansas, and currently serves as the gardens’ associate executive director.
Texas Parks and Wildlife has awarded the City of Fort Worth a $1 million urban outdoor recreation grant to expand the development of Northwest Community Park in northwest Fort Worth.
After an authorization from the City Council on December 2, 2014, the City of Fort Worth will be removing several neighborhood pools that have not been operational for several years.
Fort Worth SPARC was formed with major funding from The Wallace Foundation and the collaboration of the City, Fort Worth ISD, area school districts, after-school providers and community leaders. The unified strategy of SPARC is to create better, more widespread out-of-school-time opportunities for kids by "Strengthening Programs through Advocacy, Resources and Collaboration." See other resources available from The Wallace Foundation »
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Fort Worth, TX 76115
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