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Gateway Park - Editor's Pick for Best Park 2020
Gateway Park - Editor's Pick for Best Park 2020

Gateway Park is home to multiple valley storage sites that are vital to the USACE Central City Flood Project. In addition to the park providing flood protection for our city, Gateway Park offers a variety of amenities for locals, with more to come thanks to the City of Fort Worth’s Comprehensive plan.


June 22nd, 2020

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Restored Oxbow at Gateway Park

Gateway Park is an important part of the overall USACE Central City Flood Control Project. Gateway Park will provide multiple valley storage sites that will be used during times of high flooding to help protect more than 2,400 acres of neighborhoods in Fort Worth.


June 9th, 2020

Gateway Phase 2 Update – March 2020

The United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is close to completing the excavation of the second phase of valley storage work in Gateway Park. This work is a vital to providing needed flood protection for our city. The map pictured above shows the two work sites for the second phase.


March 12th, 2020

Did You Know: What key factors create our flood risks?

At a high level, there are two main factors that create our flood risks. Fort Worth’s booming population increase and the 90° turn in the Trinity River right after the merge of the West Fork and Clear Fork, just north of Downtown.


March 11th, 2020

Experience Panther Island: Spring Break
Experience Panther Island: Spring Break

Spread the fun out throughout the week or pack it all in a day! Kiddos of all ages won’t get bored with these entertaining options during the week of Spring Break, March 9-13. From a bike ride and double-features to an outdoor river adventure, swing into spring and break with these fun things to do right now on Panther Island.


March 9th, 2020

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In The News

CBS 11: Encore Panther Island Progress

Watch KTVT’s (CBS 11) update on Encore Panther Island!

January 28th, 2020

WFAA VERIFY: Are Texas lakes and rivers clean enough to swim in?

WFAA’S VERIFY Team wanted to discover where the clean water is in North Texas, leading them back to the Trinity River in Fort Worth. Learn more about what efforts Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) are taking to make sure it remains clean.

July 29th, 2020

If Fort Worth is Cowtown, what’s with all the panthers? – WFAA

Have you ever wondered how Fort Worth received its nickname, Panther City, or why there are panther references all over town?

June 27th, 2019

Corps of Engineers Awards $5.2 Million to Advance Trinity River Vision/Central City Project – Fort Worth Magazine

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently awarded the contract for Oxbow Phase within Gateway Park as part of the Central City Project.

June 6th, 2020

Fort Worth Star Telegram – Boat tours in Fort Worth? This company wants to show you the Trinity River

Downtown Fort Worth glows with the summer sunset. It’s a sweeping cityscape view from the Cultural District, Trinity Park or the Fourth Street bridge.

June 18th, 2020

Architectural Program from Mexico Partnering Locally

We are excited to host the architecture students from the prestigious campus of Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education in Fort Worth’s sister city of Toluca, Mexico at our education center for a project briefing and then a tour of the project sites next Tuesday!

April 10th, 2020

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Panther Island Pavilion’s 2020 Schedule is Packed!

FORT WORTH, TX – Get out your calendar and make sure Panther Island Pavilion is all over it! An eclectic bunch of events are coming to Fort Worth’s favorite outdoor event venue. The schedule is packed with old favorites and some exciting new events that will keep you coming back all year long.

February 5th, 2020

Did You Know
Statement from TRVA Board President G.K. Maenius: FINAL TRINITY RIVER VISION REVIEW RELEASED

At a high level, there are two main factors that create our flood risks. Fort Worth’s booming population increase and the 90° turn in the Trinity River right after the merge of the West Fork and Clear Fork, just north of Downtown.

August 12th, 2020

Experience Panther Island: Spring Break
Statement from The US Army Corps of Engineers: USACE awards $5.2M contract for Trinity River Vision/Central City Project

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District, awarded today a contract totaling $5.2 million for the construction of Oxbow Phase 2 in support of the Trinity River Vision/Central City Project.

March 9th, 2020

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Please direct all media requests to Matt.Oliver@TRWD.com or by calling 817.698.0700

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