Have you or someone you know experienced one of the following scenarios? I have a summons from Code, what do I do now? What is the difference between a violation and a summons? Code enforcement came onto my property without my permission, what can I do? Can Code enforcement come onto my property without permission? I do not have a …
Residents and representatives say it’s not just the demographics that are different; they point to a proud culture of civic participation that defines the neighborhood. A predominantly Black community that traces its origins to segregation, Como residents are fighting to make sure their voices are heard in the city for the next decade.
Today, Bryant Irvin Road separates the Ridglea and Como neighborhoods. But 50 years ago, a concrete wall topped by barbed wire stretched for 10 blocks to divide the predominantly African American residents of Como from their white neighbors in Ridglea. “It’s a small piece but it is a reflection of the Fort Worth way and that is to bend too …
Do Something Good For Your Neighbor is the first artwork completed as part of the Lake Como Park Public Art Master Plan, which was developed with community input by artists Anitra Blayton and Mel Ziegler.
Cemetery Lawn Care Task Force Volunteers
Lake Como residents thrilled for $3 million set for street, blight improvements. Click on the video to learn more about the improvements that have been made.
The Lake Como Community Center was officially opened on June 28, 1948. Headed by W. H. Wilburn, the Community Center provided supervised recreation for young people– clubs for boys and girls, a health clinic and library. Community Center Services included free employment services, a nursery and kindergarten, a boy’s workshop and playground.