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January 16, 2021,
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January 14, 2021.
The number 13 spillway gate along the Trinity levee has been painted by Nolan Mueller, a muralist from Plano, Texas, working in this area since 2012. He says that the mural is about the beauty of birds and that those chosen can all be spotted in the Fort Worth area of the Trinity River. The work is part of a project coordinated by the Tarrant Regional Water Authority, "Painting the River: A Trinity Trails Mural Gallery"
Annual Meeting of Members
Saturday, January 16, 2021
10:00 am Via Zoom
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THE CRESTWOOD ASSOCIATION
FORT WORTH, TEXAS
Crestwood is a quiet, diverse neighborhood noted for its trees, gardens and parks and quirky Crestwood Drive where drivers navigate around trees growing in the roadway. Located near Fort Worth's Cultural/West 7th/So7, Historic Camp Bowie, Downtown (including Sundance Square), and Stockyards Districts, Crestwood offers immediate access to the West Fork portion of the Fort Worth Trinity Trails. The Crestwood Association is a voluntary, nonprofit, neighborhood association dedicated to improving the overall quality of life for all Crestwood residents and maintaining Crestwood as one of Fort Worth's most desirable places to live.