October 5, 2020 · Filed Under Events and News 

Tired of looking at your neighbor’s growing trash heap in the alley? You can do something about it by joining the volunteer Code Ranger program. Rangers receive training to help Fort Worth code officers identify and respond to code violations throughout the city.  The program makes a positive difference in the physical appearance of the community and increases the safety throughout.

Code Rangers are assigned to a neighborhood where they inspect for common violations, such as overgrown lawns, dilapidated fences, garbage placed out too early, out-of-cycle bulk piles, front yard parking and illegal “bandit” signs.

A training class is scheduled for Saturday October 10 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Hazel Harvey Peace Center for Neighborhoods at 818 Missouri Avenue.  Masks are required and seating will be limited to allow for social distancing. For more information, contact Kenneth Young, 817-392-6350.


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