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TRWD Trash Bash Returns to Panther Island

The TRWD Trash Bash returns to Panther Island on September 17th. Trash Bash is TRWD’s commitment to fostering litter prevention within the communities by providing various opportunities to volunteer in organized cleanups of the waterways. Registration for this community wide event closes on September 12th, so do not […]

Encore Panther Island Opens Featuring the First Section of the Panther Island Riverwalk

Encore Panther Island opens as the first multi-family development on Panther Island. The multi-family community comes from Encore Multi-Family, LLC, a subsidiary of the Dallas-based Encore Enterprises, Inc. “We are excited to develop the first multifamily community on Panther Island,” said President of Encore Multi-Family Charlie Keels.

Gateway Park Receives Updated Master Plan Sign

The future United States Army Corps of Engineers bypass channel will protect more than 2,400 acres of neighborhoods in Fort Worth from the highest level of flooding. However, the USACE bypass channel cannot accomplish this alone. In times of flooding water will be moving through the future bypass channel but there has to be a way to slow that water down so we aren’t flooding our neighbors to the east.

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City of Fort Worth prepares to kickstart Panther Island development — again | Fort Worth Report

This rendering shows the Panther Island/Central City Flood Control project’s footprint looking south over Main Street toward downtown. (Courtesy of the Tarrant Regional Water District) The Central City Flood Project could transform a partially blighted expanse of land just north of downtown into about 440 acres of prime […]

North Main St Bridge Detour – June 25-27

The Contractor working on the N Main bridge has requested that the traffic on the current N Main / Commerce Street detour be rerouted the weekend of June 25th through June 27th. The rerouting of the traffic is necessary so that the Contractor can construct traffic transition areas that will shift north and southbound traffic from the existing detour on to the newly constructed North Main Street bridge. The temporary reroute will be in place over the weekend to minimize the impact on local businesses and the motoring public.

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Panther Island | Press Releases

Statement from Panther Island/Central City project partners: A new chapter begins for Panther Island and its stakeholders

A new chapter begins for Panther Island & its stakeholders Earlier this year, through the support of Congresswoman Kay Granger and Congressman Marc Veasey, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) announced an allocation of $403 million from the federal government to support flood control efforts along the […]

Fort Worth’s Fourth Returns to Panther Island Pavilion

Celebrate Independence Day with an evening of festival food, drinks, live music and the largest fireworks show in North Texas on July 4 at Fort Worth’s Fourth. We are excited to re-open the festival grounds this year to give patrons the opportunity to return, spread out and enjoy the evening and fireworks along the banks of the Trinity River at Panther Island Pavilion.