Boil notice for Como neighborhood The City of Fort Worth asks residents along Farnsworth Avenue (between Horne and Prevost streets) to boil water for drinking and cooking until further notice. The boil water notice was issued Saturday as a precaution after samples this week tested positive for total coliform bacteria. The samples did not test positive for E. coli. While the boil water notice is in effect, the Fort Worth Water Department will provide bottled water to residents on the north and south sides of the 5200 to 5600 blocks of Farnsworth Avenue.

Boil notice for Como neighborhood

The City of Fort Worth asks residents along Farnsworth Avenue (between Horne and Prevost streets) to boil water for drinking and cooking until further notice. The boil water notice was issued Saturday as a precaution after samples this week tested positive for total coliform bacteria. The samples did not test positive for E. coli. While the boil water notice is in effect, the Fort Worth Water Department will provide bottled water to residents on the north and south sides of the 5200 to 5600 blocks of Farnsworth Avenue.

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Adopted Tax Rate for FY2019 The actual tax rate adopted this year by the Fort Worth council is $0.7850 per $100.00 in value, which is lower than the previous year's adopted tax rate, but higher than the effective rate.
FY2019 Adopted Tax Rate Fort Worth adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's tax rate. The tax rate will effectively be raised by 2.15% percent (percentage by which the tax rate exceeds the effective maintenance and operations rate) and will raise taxes for maintenance and operations on a $100,000 home by approximately $13.25. The required tax rate statement can be viewed here.