City of Willow Park
Newsletter, May 2021
Cross Timbers Park NOW OPEN
Please note that while you are allowed to have birthday parties, etc., in the park, we do not do private rentals so you may have to share the space with other families.
As we head into May, we begin our third term as your mayor in Willow Park. We have had some accomplishments in the last four years and I am honored to be serving another term. We hope to continue the momentum we have established and complete more projects to secure the city’s long-term future. Thank you for your continued support.
May also makes me think of Mother’s Day and how I wish I had my mother here with me. Mothers play such an important role in the family and often go underappreciated for all the hard work, both physically and mentally, they put into taking care of the household and those who live in it. If you’re fortunate enough to still have your mother, I encourage you to go out of your way this year to show her how much she means to you. This also applies to stepmoms, grandmothers, bonus moms, and all the ladies who look after us every day.
As the end of May we will also observe Memorial Day and take a moment to remember those who sacrificed their lives in the service of our great nation. Willow Park has a park dedicated to Paul Balint, Jr., a veteran from Willow Park, and we honor all the men and women from our city who have served our country. Let’s all take a moment during your holiday gatherings to remember those who gave all.
My hope and prayer is we continue to move Willow Park forward and keep it a great place to live, play, worship and do business.