Pride Commission

FY 2021-2022 Annual Budget

Description

The Pride Commission is funded by an annual transfer of $7,500 from the General Fund. The Pride Commission was established to work with Keep Texas Beautiful and other related organizations to improve “quality of life” issues by focusing on Recycling, Trash and Debris cleanup and removal and the overall beautification of the City’s streets, waterways, parklands and neighborhoods within the community. The Pride Commission Board was established by ordinance in 1996 by the City Council and is comprised of seven members and two alternates. It is the responsibility of the board (members and alternates) to represent businesses, industries, education, and neighborhoods. This fund is financed by donations and transfers from the General Fund.

Budget Summary

2020-2021 Accomplishments


Goals

  1. Promote and advance programs that ultimately enhance the attractiveness and beauty of the City;
  2. Encourage and organize broad citizen participation and community involvement in accomplishing the litter and debris reduction, beautification, and recycling

FY22 Objectives

  1. Continue to educate residents on "Eye on Water" initiatives
  2. Evaluate, monitor, and report the progress of these programs to the respective local and state agencies
  3. Increase community education and awareness programs in the local schools, water bill inserts and social media
  4. Reduce waste through recycling and reuse
  5. Promote and maintain recycling drop off station
  6. Conduct Hazardous Household Waste Events as allowed by the City of Fort Worth
  7. Conduct monthly Residential Community Clean Up Events

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