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Posted on: January 22, 2020

Traffic Alert

School zone speed limit sign

Starting this Friday, January 24, an expanded 20 mph school zone will be in effect for Walker Creek Elementary School and the west side of Birdville High School. 

The expansion adds a section of Ice House Drive and an section of Hawk Avenue near t...

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City News
Posted on: December 31, 2019

Year in Review Video

2019 Year in Review snapshot construction

2019 was a great year in the City of North Richland Hills. Here’s a look back at some of our accomplishments. 

We look forward to continuing to serve you in 2020. Happy New Year!

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City News
Posted on: December 18, 2019

City Point Development

City Point Rendering

City Point Project Overview

New homes and businesses will soon be built on the vacant land along City Point Drive around North Richland Hills City Hall. Centurion American Development Group has purchased the remaining 52 acres of the former North Hills Mal...

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City News
Posted on: September 25, 2019

2020 Capital Program Advisory Committee

Street project

The North Richland Hills City Council has established a 2020 Capital Program Advisory Committee to review street and other infrastructure needs and make recommendations for necessary improvements. The committee includes 36 residents from across North Rich...

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City News
Posted on: October 16, 2019

Explore North Richland Hills

NRH Centre Indoor Pool

Have you seen this image on billboards around town or on social media? Our Explore North Richland Hills campaign features some of the fabulous art, exciting places and unique experiences found in our great city!

If you are planning to make 2020 bo...

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Explore NRH City News
Posted on: October 22, 2019

2020 Census

Census Worker

With the 2020 Census just around the corner, residents may notice census workers in North Richland Hills neighborhoods. This is a normal part of preparations for the 2020 Census. 

If someone visits your home to collect information for the 2020 Cen...

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City News
Posted on: December 31, 2019

Rail Safety

See Tracks? Think Train Sign

The City of North Richland Hills reminds residents to always remain alert and cautious around railroad crossings and tracks.

Tragically, a person or vehicle is hit by a train about once every three hours in the U.S., according to Operation Lifesaver, Inc.,...

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City News
Posted on: July 25, 2019

TEXRail Update

TEXRail train

TEXRail service is now more convenient with 30 minute frequency during peak times.

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News Flash

Posted on: February 6, 2018

Seasonal Lights

Christmas Lights.jpg

Did you know outdoor decorative or holiday lighting can be a safety hazard if left outdoors too long? Over time the exposure to sun and climate changes can cause the plastic and wiring to break and become an electrical and fire hazard. It is a violation o...

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Common Code Violations
Posted on: February 6, 2018

Signs

Signs

Signs are often used to advertise and inform the public. The types of signs and the placement of signs in our community are regulated by city ordinance to ensure they are appropriate and compatible with their surroundings and do not create a safety hazard...

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Common Code Violations
Posted on: February 6, 2018

Fences

Fence

Fences provide us with a sense of privacy and security. They may also reduce noise and enhance the appearance of a property. Deteriorating fences may give unwanted persons access to your property or allow pets to escape and roam the neighborhood. Please b...

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Common Code Violations
Posted on: January 31, 2018

High Grass & Weeds

Grass

Spring has sprung and so has the grass. Please be a good neighbor and mow your lawn regularly. When a lawn is neglected, it reflects negatively on the neighborhood and can become a health and safety hazard. Overgrown grass and weeds attract insects and ro...

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Common Code Violations
Posted on: February 6, 2018

Junk & Debris

Junk

Old furniture, appliances, car parts, tires, tree limbs, scrap metal, building materials and other discarded items should not be stored in your yard or driveway. It is not only unattractive, it can become a breeding ground for insects and rodents and a sa...

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Common Code Violations
Posted on: February 6, 2018

Parking on Lawn

vehicle parked on lawn

 The lawn around your home provides many benefits. It helps protect the soil from erosion, enhances the beauty of your property and provides a safe place your family to play. It is not intended to be an extra parking space. Please be a good neigh...

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Common Code Violations
Posted on: February 6, 2018

Junk Vehicles

junk vehicle

When a wrecked or dismantled vehicle sits in your driveway for an extended period of time, it becomes a safety hazard, nuisance and eyesore to the neighborhood. It is a place where children could get trapped and hurt. Environmental issues may also arise d...

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Common Code Violations
Posted on: January 23, 2019

Trees

Tree Overhanging Sidewalk and Street

Trees are an important part of what makes North Richland Hills a great place to live. They help us save energy by shading our homes, provide habitat for birds and other wildlife, clean our air and beautify our neighborhoods. However, they may also cause p...

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Common Code Violations
Posted on: January 31, 2018

Trash Cans

trash can

While they serve a useful purpose, trash cans and recycling carts aren’t pleasant to look at. Please be a good neighbor and store your trash cans and recycling carts out of site after they’ve been emptied. City ordinance requires you to keep them in the g...

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Common Code Violations
Posted on: February 6, 2018

Swimming Pools

pool

While owning a swimming pool or hot tub can be fun, it also comes with responsibility. Please be a good neighbor and properly maintain it. 

When a pool is neglected, it becomes a breeding ground for mosquitoes that can carry West Nile virus and ot...

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Common Code Violations

News Flash

News Flash

Posted on: October 8, 2019

Look Out Texans Safety Campaign

3 feet with a Bike

The City of NRH encourages you to please Bike, Walk and Drive Safely!  Look Out Texans is an awareness campaign to help people bike, walk and drive safely and was developed by the North Central Texas Council of Governments and funded by the Texas...

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Posted on: June 26, 2017

NRH Parks and Recreation Monarch Restoration Program

Monarch Restoration for web

NRH Parks and Recreation is introducing a new Monarch Restoration Program in North Richland Hills. The goal of the program is to invite citizens to participate by providing waystations for monarchs to stop at on their migration route and to help with the ...

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Additional Info... Parks & Recreation News

News Flash

Posted on: January 18, 2019

Inside NRHPD

Police vehicle with lights

View the latest press releases issued by the North Richland Hills Police Department here.

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Posted on: December 14, 2016

Medicine Disposal Drop Box

Drug Box and staff

The North Richland Hills Police Department provides our community with a safe, effective, and convenient way to dispose of unwanted prescription or non-prescription medications. 

Prescription drug abuse has proven to be among the top concerns of p...

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Police News

News Flash

Posted on: January 28, 2020

Water Main Break

water tower

During the afternoon on Tuesday, January 28, 2020, some customers in the south part of North Richland Hills experienced a loss of water pressure due to a water main break at Rufe Snow and Harmonson. 

NRH Public Works quickly isolated the broken ma...

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Water Department
Posted on: October 4, 2018

Average Consumption

Chart

How does your household's monthly water use compares to the average NRH residential water customer? The chart below shows the average number of gallons billed each month for NRH single family homes. It does not include apartments, commercial or other acco...

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Water Department
Posted on: November 15, 2019

Reduce Outdoor Water Use

Sprinkler

The City of North Richland Hills reminds you that lawns and other landscaping plants need less water this time of year. Lawns go dormant and landscape watering needs are dramatically reduced in winter months. Half an inch of water about every two weeks du...

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Water Department
Posted on: September 26, 2018

About NRH Water

Water Faucet

Residents often wonder where their drinking water comes from. The water that we use in North Richland Hills comes from several area reservoirs and lakes. Here is how it gets to us:

The Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) draws and pumps raw water from t...

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Water Department
Posted on: September 26, 2018

Your Water Meter

Meter

Your water meter provides information on how much water your family uses and can help identify possible leaks. The following videos and information will help you learn more about your meter including:

  • where it is located; 
  • how to read your meter an...
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Water Department
Posted on: October 1, 2019

Water & Sewer Rates

water tower

Beginning November 1, 2019, the City of North Richland Hills will implement changes to water and sewer utility rates. The rate adjustments include changes to the water and sewer base rates, which are set by the city, as well as a pass through rate increas...

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Water Department
Posted on: September 30, 2019

Drainage Fee

Drainage Channel

A change in the monthly fee for the Municipal Drainage Utility System is reflected on your October 2019 utility bill. This fee is calculated based on your property’s zoning, lot size and impervious area. The average increase for residential properties is ...

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Water Department
Posted on: September 26, 2018

Defend Your Drains

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Posted on: September 26, 2018

Water Conservation

Know Your Watering Schedule Learn more... Water Department