Haltom City Future Development Plans

Haltom City and co-operating entities have numerous capital projects currently in development. From commuter rail to highway expansion to large-scale commercial regeneration the leadership of the city has pushed ahead in recent years to ensure Haltom City has it's eye on the future.

Perhaps one of the most unique characteristics of Haltom City is the Belknap corridor. Belknap Street is a commercial state road in the southern part of town that leads into the central business district of downtown Fort Worth. After several years of hard work, Haltom City officials have created the Envision Belknap Project – a redevelopment effort to transform the corridor into a buffed up, pedestrian-friendly destination spot. The goal is to create a high-density, mixed-use environment. Read more...

I-820 is a highway loop that circles Tarrant County, connecting to all interstates  that run east-west/north-south across Texas, including providing access to DFW Airport, downtown Dallas/Fort Worth and I-35, which runs south to Mexico and north to Canada. North Tarrant Express is a highway re-construction project that will greatly ease traffic flow across the northern part of I-820 while constructing access/frontage roads where none existed in. This will add new tax bases for Haltom City, as new commercial development will be opened up along the affected area. Read more...

The Trinity Railway Express is a commuter line that travels through downtown Fort Worth, through Richland Hills and other NE Tarrant County cities, all the way to Dallas. The new Cottonbelt line is a proposed rail site that will cross through the center of Haltom City, providing access to downtown Dallas and downtown Fort Worth. Read more...