NRH Residents Urged to Complete 2019 Citizen Survey
The City of North Richland Hills invites residents to participate in its 2019 Citizen Survey at www.nrhtx.com/survey. Some of the topics assessed on the survey are public safety, parks and recreation, streets and traffic, and customer service. The results of the survey will help the City Council and staff in planning for the future of North Richland Hills. 

The city conducts a statistically valid citizen survey every other year. The purpose is to objectively assess the public’s satisfaction with city services and identify areas where improvements can be made. The 2019 survey was recently mailed to 8,000 randomly selected households with the option to respond by mail or online. Additionally, any NRH resident can take the survey online. Surveys will be accepted through November 5, 2019.
Early Voting Begins Next Week; Candidate Forum Scheduled
Early voting for the November 5 election will take place October 21 - November 1. Qualified voters in North Richland Hills will have the opportunity to vote on the following:
  • North Richland Hills City Council, Place 4 (unexpired term)
  • Tarrant County College Bond
  • State of Texas Constitutional Amendments
  • Keller Independent School District Bond (if you live in Keller ISD)

Early voting locations in North Richland Hills are at the Dan Echols Center at 6801 Glenview Dr. and the NRH Public Library at 9015 Grand Ave. NRH registered voters may vote early at any early polling location in Tarrant County. A complete list of early voting locations and hours is available here.

A candidate forum for North Richland Hills City Council candidates is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 23 in the cafeteria at Birdville High School. This event is co-hosted by BHS Student Council and PTSA. The League of Women Voters of Tarrant County will serve as the moderators.
Mid-Cities Teen Book Fest is this Saturday
The NRH Library is hosting the Mid-Cities Teen Book Fest this Saturday, Oct. 19, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. This is a free fun-filled day for teens to meet and greet with nationally recognized and local authors, participate in workshops and learn more about young adult authors. In-N-Out Burger will provide lunch from 12:30-1:30 p.m. for the first 250 attendees. Visit www.midcitiesteenbookfest.org for a list of participating authors, the event schedule and more information. Contact the NRH Library at 817-427-6800 with any questions.
Chunk Your Junk at Fall Cleanup Event
The City of North Richland Hills reminds you that old furniture, appliances, car parts, tires, 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 and a safety hazard. Please be a good neighbor and chunk your junk!

On Saturday, October 26, 2019, NRH residents can get rid of unwanted bulky items during the annual Fall Community Cleanup. Items can be dropped off from 9 a.m. to noon at the Tarrant County College NE Campus at 828 Harwood Rd in Parking Lot E1 by the tennis courts. Please enter the campus from Boulevard 26. Drop-off will cease when trucks are full so please arrive early! Proof of NRH residency (driver's license or water bill) must be presented.

For more information and a list of what is and is not accepted, visit www.nrhtx.com/cleanup. Please contact the Code Compliance Office at 817-427- 6663 with any questions. 
Adoptable Pets
Tuck and Louie are two of the many pets waiting to meet you at the NRH Animal Adoption & Rescue Center. Stop by the center at 7301 Iron Horse Boulevard today to find your perfect pet match. You can also visit www.nrhtx.com/aarc to see pets currently available for adoption.   
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City of North Richland Hills 
 4301 City Point Dr.,
 North Richland Hills, TX 76180
817-427-6000