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December 17, 2021
“Las Vegas Trail is 1% of the city of Fort Worth, but it’s 4% of the crime,” District 3 Councilman Michael Crain said. “So, the people that live here, and there are some really good people who live here and call Las Vegas Trail home, but they’re surrounded by crime and other things you shouldn’t have in a neighborhood.”
December 15, 2021
City Council has chosen the Las Vegas Trail area to receive the next round of neighborhood improvement strategy funds. Beginning in January, the city will work with the community to decide how to spend $3.5 million to improve residents’ quality of life.
November 12, 2021
Programs that help address the local issues around housing, health, and education will be able to scale, helping even more people through a multi-year grant from Bank of America. LVTRise and Harmony Community Development Corporation (CDC) have been named as the 2021 Bank of America Neighborhood Builders® awardees for their work in the Dallas-Ft. Worth community addressing these issues.
Violent crime is trending down, Trinity Metro is running new express routes through the neighborhood, and a newly passed public improvement district is expected to bring in an extra $300,000 to support public safety and community improvements.
October 28, 2021
October 27, 2021
Fort Worth leaders, community activists and others gathered to discuss crime statistics, upcoming projects and the current state of the Las Vegas Trail neighborhood at Birchman Baptist Church, 9100 N. Normandale St.
October 6, 2021
Violent crime in the Las Vegas Trail area is down 22% in 2021 compared with the first nine months of 2019, according to the Fort Worth Police Department. It’s the result of an increased police presence and residents working with law enforcement, police and community leaders said.
Last March’s sharp economic downturn left Willie Rankin and the 35 volunteers of LVTRise with an urgent new mission: helping to feed a growing unemployed West side population and hundreds of newly home-bound public school students.
May 24, 2020
As part of that agreement with the city, LVTRise Inc. agreed to split the cost of improvements to the community center equally.
February 18, 2020
An effort to turn a former YMCA into a community center for the Las Vegas Trail area is moving along with a new executive director.
November 11, 2019
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