NBHNA Newsletter

SPIRIT OF FORT WORTH AWARD WINNERS – 2008 & 2010

Neighborhood Police Officer Report

2 burglaries were reported 1) 4800 Block of Glade-both stereos in vehicles were stolen 2) 4800 Block of Macie-vacant house was ransacked but nothing appeared to be taken. Officer Robert Guerrero also warned neighbors to secure backyard storage sheds as they have been targeted for theft of tools and lawn equipment in adjacent areas, primarily in 76106. Also, the Crime Prevention and Prevention District (CPPD) will host a Citizens Input Meeting on Thursday, March 5th at 6:30 pm at City Hall in the Council Chambers - 1000 Throckmorton Street. Hear about the results of your 1/2 cent sales tax dedicated to funding crime reduction. See www.fortworthpd.com for more info.


**A neighbor reported an attempted home intrusion at her neighbor's home on Robinson Street on February 15 but this was NOT reported to the Police. PLEASE report all incidents to the Fort Worth Police so all neighbors can be informed and aware in addition to ensuring all incidents are documented.**

Code Officer Report

Several homes had been reported for a variety of possible code violations including a fridge in the front yard, front yard parking and junk vehicles. At the meeting, a home on Capri Drive near the Macie intersection was reported as missing a front door. Code Officer Leo Ortiz followed up with the resident on Friday to ensure he is working on replacing his front door.


There's a Code Ranger course being offered on Saturday, March 7th if you'd like to learn more about how you can support Code Compliance efforts in NBH. To sign up and learn more, visit www.fortworthtexas.gov/codecompliance and look for Code Rangers on the left.


Leo also shared information on the recently adopted ordinance affecting the operation of eight-liner and other similar gaming machines. It's unlawful to operate, display or have these machines in areas throughout the city with the exception of industrial zoning districts. The point of contact for this new restriction is Wyndie Turpen, RS -817-392-6982 work, 817-999-9860 mobile or wyndie.turpen@fortworthtexas.gov.

Contact Us

FW Police Non-emergency line 817-335-4222

NPO Officer: Robert Guerrero 817-999-6104 robert.guerrero@fortworthtexas.gov

NBHNA President - Tony Martinez 817-938-2299

NBHNA Elections!

New resident Monica Pantoja of Macie Ave was nominated and unanimously voted into the role of Vice President of North Beverly Hills Neighborhood Association. I will work with Monica to help her transition into the role I've held for 7 years. Thank you for the opportunity to do so much during that time. I look forward to continuing to be active in NBH but in a more behind-the-scenes role.


Sylvia Garcia has volunteered to help with the production and distribution of our NBH newsletter. In fact, we may work with Trimble Tech High School and their print shop. We're still in need of a Secretary and Treasurer if you are interested in volunteering your time for either of these roles. It's a great way to be involved and give back to NBH! Contact Tony Martinez at 817-938-2299.

Rosalinda Mendoza, North Division Crime Prevention Specialist

  • Crime Watch
  • Security Surveys & Inspections - a crime prevention specialist from the police department will come out and conduct a survey on your home or business for free!!! Contact Rosalinda to make arrangements.
  • Auto Etching
  • Citizens on Patrol
  • Operation Safe Child - cards with your child's vital statistics (photograph, fingerprints, etc) are made in case your child should ever go missing
  • RAPIDS - using your TXDL or ID, labels are issued to you to add to your valuables for tracing should they be stolen

: 817-392-3537 office, 682-225-0517 mobile or rosalinda.martinez@fortworthtexas.gov

Crime Prevention Presentation was filling helpful and important information.

Zoning Change Request Update

Northwest Bible Church Zoning Change:

The Zoning Commission did not approve the church's zoning request. However,made adjustments to their zoning description that they that will allow them to partner with and lease space to the funeral home in Azle through a development plan. If in the future, should the property be sold, this doesn't represent a permanent zoning change.

30th Annual Cowtown Great American Clean up

Saturday, March 28th, 8-11am

4825 Macie Ave

Fort Worth, TX

NBH Cowtown Cleanup will be held on Saturday, March 28th starting at 8:00 am at 4825 Macie Ave. Contact Sylvia Garcia at 817-740-1997 to sign up and request your t-shirt size. T-shirts, gloves and trash bags will be provided by that City and NBH will provide refreshments. Wear closed toe shoes and pants/jeans plus sunscreen and bug spray as appropriate.

NBHNA March Meeting

Thursday, March 26th, 7-8pm

2606 Beverly Hills Dr

Fort Worth, TX

Community Coffee with Mayor Pro Tem Sal Espino

Saturday, April 25th, 9-11am

4900 Terrace Trail

Fort Worth, TX

Join us for a casual and informative update from our District 2 representative. Coffee and light breakfast provided. Please RSVP to Mary Lou Martinez 817-938-3496