1. A heart-shaped collage of Bedford special events

    Council Approves In-Person Summer Special Events, Re-Imagining City’s Signature Event for 2022

    During the April 13 meeting, City Council members approved staff’s request for in-person summer events to begin May 3, with suggested COVID-19 precautions at each event. This means the official return of Read on...
  2. Bedford City Council Chambers

    Councilman Burnett Resigns, City Council to Discuss Process to Fill Vacancy

    During the April 13 City Council meeting, Place 4 City Councilman Tom Burnett officially resigned from his position during a prepared statement. Read on...
  3. Old Couch and Rug

    Annual Chunk Your Junk Event Happening April 17

    The City’s annual Chunk Your Junk Event is scheduled for 8 a.m. to noon, Saturday, April 17 at the Meadow Park Athletic Complex, 3200 Meadow Park Dr. Read on...
  4. Person picking up litter

    Volunteers Needed for Clean Up Bedford Day

    Keep Bedford Beautiful needs volunteers of all ages for Clean Up Bedford Day, on Saturday, April 17 from 9 a.m. to noon. Read on...
  5. Harwood Road Lane Closures

    Month-Long Hardwood Lane Closures to Begin April 5

    StartingMonday, April 5, there will be shifting lane closures on Harwood Road, as part of the Harwood Water Line project. For the next month, traffic will be reduced to one lane Read on...
  6. Photo of Residence Inn

    Residence Inn by Marriott Opens Its Doors in Bedford

    Earlier this month, Residence Inn by Marriott opened its doors in Bedford and welcomed its first guests. Read on...
  7. Photo of Cleared Gupta Property

    City Takes Action on Court Order to Remove Unpermitted Structures

    Throughout this week, the City of Bedford has been working to demolish the unpermitted structures and rectify the health and safety issues at the home in the 3000 block of Glenwood Court, with the support of the Tarrant County 67th District Court. Read on...
  8. Bath Tub Faucet

    Water Billing Update

    Beginning May 1, instead of receiving a reminder letter for a past due amount, the City will send a termination notice. In addition, a 10 percent penalty fee will be accessed on any amount past due beginning Friday, May 28. Read on...
  9. Bulk and Brush Trash photo

    Bulk and Brush Guidelines

    It’s time for some spring cleaning, which means cleaning out closets and doing yard work. As part of your trash service, trash customers can also take advantage of bulk and brush collection day, Read on...
  10. Photo of City Hall

    City Providing Water Bill Adjustments

    To help residents with the unexpected costs incurred during the recent winter storm, the City of Bedford is doing the following: Read on...
  11. Storm Recovery Graphic

    City Council Waives Permit Fees to Aid in Storm Repairs

    The Bedford City Council approved a three-month permit fee waiver at the February 23 Council meeting for all residents and businesses needing to make repairs due to the recent winter storm. Read on...
  12. Valentines for Isolated Seniors in the City of Bedford
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