Join Arlington Heights Neighborhood Association

We would love for you to join us.

We have two levels of membership. A regular membership is $25 a year.

If you’re 65 or older, a senior membership is $20 a year.

There are two options to pay your annual membership dues.

You can pay via Paypal by selecting your membership level below and clicking “Buy now” where you’ll be redirected to the Paypal site to securely login and pay for your membership.

Membership levels

Or you can go the old school route of printing up the membership form (click below) and writing a check to AHNA and mailing it to PO Box 470692, Fort Worth, TX 76147. Or bring the form and money (we accept cash, too) to the next monthly AHNA meeting.


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AHNA meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month (except July & December) at 6:30 p.m. at the Fort Worth Professional Firefighters Hall, 3855 Tulsa Way @ Crestline Rd., Fort Worth 76107. Everyone is welcome, member or not!

Interesting guest speakers are scheduled for our monthly meetings. We always spotlight our Neighborhood Police Officer who gives an Arlington Heights crime report. In November, we have our free legendary Potluck Thanksgiving Dinner that is always well attended and a lot of fun! Every year we also throw a big birthday party for our neighborhood fire station on Camp Bowie Blvd. and Carleton Avenue, the oldest operating station in Fort Worth. National Night Out is every October.

Other important reasons to become a part of AHNA:  Neighbors need neighbors. AHNA is the voice for almost 2,500 households in Arlington Heights. We do our best to be there when you need us. We help our neighbors resolve issues with developers, unruly neighbors, negligent landlords, crime, pet issues, code violations, zoning, overflow parking and persistent flooding problems. We are a valuable resource when you most need it. We have represented our neighborhood to the City of Fort Worth where we work with elected officials and city staff. There have been times we’ve had to print up and distribute fliers or photographs for a last minute negotiation or informational meeting. All of this takes time, money and your support!

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