Bond Election for Street Improvements
Early voting started today. North Richland Hills voters will decide if the city should issue $49,875,000 in bonds for street improvements. Reconstruction of 27 streets is proposed including Glenview, Iron Horse, Bedford-Euless, Chapman, Lariat and others. 35 North Richland Hills Citizens serving on the 2020 Capital Program Advisory Committee recommended the street reconstruction projects. They looked at several factors including existing pavement conditions, traffic volumes, maintenance records, input from citizen surveys and estimated costs. While there are additional streets in need of reconstruction, the committee limited its recommendation to what the city can afford without increasing the property tax rate.

Early voting continues through Oct. 30. North Richland Hills voters may go to any early voting location in Tarrant County:
• Dan Echols Center, 6801 Glenview Dr. in North Richland Hills;
• Northeast Tarrant Courthouse, 645 Grapevine Highway in Hurst;
• Tarrant County College Northeast Campus (Student Center NSTU), 828 W Harwood Road in Hurst.

The NRH Library is NOT an early voting location for this election.

North Richland Hills’ bond proposition for street improvements will appear at the end of the election ballot, after federal, state and county offices. View FAQs and more information at www.nrhtx.com/2020bond.

City Point Development Breaks Ground
City of North Richland Hills officials joined Centurion American Development Group on Oct. 7, 2020 to break ground for the City Point development. Located on 52 acres surrounding North Richland Hills City Hall, the new master planned mixed-use development will include single family and multi family residential options, a commercial district along City Point Drive and an upscale hotel on the corner of Boulevard 26 and Rodger Line Drive. The event was streamed live and is available to watch on the city's YouTube channelSee the architects renderings for the development below.
Enchiladas Olé Now Open in NRH
Enchiladas Olé is open for business at 9005 North Tarrant Parkway, between Davis Blvd and Precinct Line Rd. A full service restaurant and bar, they feature made from scratch Mexican dishes, happy hour and weekly specials, as well as Sunday brunch. An outdoor patio, curbside pickup and catering are available. This is the second location for the popular Fort Worth eatery that was voted one of Texas’ 10 Best Tex-Mex restaurants by readers of USA Today. Hours are Monday-Wednesday 11:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m., Thursday-Saturday 11:00- 9:00 p.m. and Sundays from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. For details visit www.enchiladasole.com.
Help Neighbors in Need at Fall Fix It Blitz
Volunteers will make a difference in our community during the annual Fix It Blitz on Saturday, October 24. Projects will include mowing, tree trimming, fence repair, debris removal, light construction and painting for neighbors in need. For more information, please visit www.nrhtx.com/NIP or contact the Neighborhood Services Department at 817-427-6650.
Fall Community Cleanup Event Set for Oct. 24
The City of North Richland Hills reminds you that old furniture, appliances, car parts, tree limbs, scrap metal, building materials and other discarded items should not be stored in your yard or driveway. It is not only unattractive, it can become a breeding ground for insects and rodents, as well as a safety hazard. Please be a good neighbor and chunk your junk.

If you have bulky items cluttering your property, you can get rid of them at the Fall Community Cleanup on Saturday, October 24, 2020. Paper shredding will also be offered at this event. Tires and donations of household items won't be accepted this year.

Items can be dropped off from 9 a.m. to noon at Tarrant County College Northeast Campus, 828 Harwood Road, in parking lot E1 by the Tennis Courts. Please enter from Boulevard 26. Do not enter from Harwood Rd. Proof of residency (driver's license or water bill) must be presented. Drop-off will cease when trucks are full so please arrive early! Visit our website for more information.
Make Plans for a Safe & Healthy Halloween
The CDC has issued Halloween guidelines discouraging families from trick-or-treating, trunk or treats, haunted houses, parties and other activities considered high risk for spreading the coronavirus. Instead they recommend enjoying low risk activities like pumpkin carving, decorating your house, virtual costume contests, movie nights at home, or a scavenger hunt with members of your household. 

If your family does decide to trick or treat or attend Halloween gatherings this year, please wear a face covering, socially distance, frequently sanitize hands, and take other steps to keep your family safe. Visit our website for more information.
City of North Richland Hills 
 4301 City Point Dr.,
 North Richland Hills, TX 76180
817-427-6000