We invite you to explore our site and through it learn about the largest historic neighborhood in the southwestern United States. Founded in 1978, the Fairmount Neighborhood Association is one of the most active neighborhood associations in Fort Worth, Texas. Association volunteers are dedicated to improving the quality of life for all Fairmount residents.
Located in the heart of Fort Worth, Texas lies the largest historic neighborhood in the southwestern United States. Fairmount, with more than one thousand contributing structures, is comprised of mostly bungalow and four square homes from the late 1800s through the early 1920s.
Become a member and support the neighborhood! As a member you will be invited to participate in FNA events and help support our website which includes neighborhood news, contact numbers for the association board, city, police, fire and code enforcement. It’s a great way to stay informed!
Your membership fee also helps improve the neighborhood’s infrastructure and safety through projects such as home tour, the addition of historic street lights and our feline trap/neuter release program. Below are our membership options and details. If you are not a resident you may sign up as a FRIEND OF FAIRMOUNT. Join us today!
By Sue McLean
You are invited to join us for the biggest block party in the City of Fort Worth, Tuesday, Oct. 7, from 6-8 p.m. as we give crime in Fairmount a going away party. This event is sponsored by the Fairmount Citizens Patrol, Fairmount Neighborhood Association, and the Fort Worth Police Department. The location this year will move to the Bender's side yard at 1712 6th Ave.
by Steve Halliday/FNA president
Wow, that was some storm last week! I was standing on my front porch thinking “oh good, we are going to get some rain”. Then it hit. A rush of wind, at least 60 mph, blew in from the west and it was raining pecans. An old chinaberry tree broke in half and literally kissed my wife’s rear window on its way to resting on the fence. Not a scratch though. Then a big pecan branch fell on the other driveway blocking any in and out from there. Rain and hail poured off the roof and created a pile of hail three feet in diameter and 18 inches high. We hunkered down and waited for the tornado sirens to wail but none came.