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Wedgwood East
. Our neighborhood is bound to the north by Loop 820 and to the south by Altamesa Blvd.  We our bound to the west by Woodway Ave. and to the east by Westcreek Blvd.

 We represent close to 1,700 homes in one of the largest neighborhood associations in Fort Worth. See a map of Wedgwood East here.  We are conveniently located within minutes of every major freeway to access the entire Dallas/Fort Worth Metro-plex.  Plus, with the easy access, we are within a 30 minute commute to most major Tarrant County employers, including Lockheed, Carswell Joint Naval Air Station, Downtown Fort Worth Business District, Tarrant County Hospital District and American Airlines to name a few.

*Turn on exterior lights *Don't leave valuables in vehicles *Wear reflective gear when walking in evenings
*Have packages delivered when you're home, use an Amazon locker, or ask a neighbor to keep an eye out for your package.

Monetary donations may be made by Zelle to darren.kiefer@gmail.com or by cash, or check (made out to Wedgwood East Neighborhood Association) given to Darren Kiefer. Donations are not in lieu of annual membership dues.



Thursday, July 28th at 6:30 PM

Southwest Community Ctr


July 14th @ 6:30 PM
Southwest Community Center
6300 Welch

Wedgwood East offers a voluntary neighborhood association that was originally established in 1988. As one of the oldest neighborhood associations in Fort Worth, we are comprised completely of volunteers. All neighborhood residents are welcome at our General Membership Meetings on the second Thursday every other month (January, March, May, July, September, November) at 6:30 pm. We use these bi-monthly meetings as an opportunity to visit with our City Council Representative, our Neighborhood Patrol Officer, and our Code Enforcement Officer. We will usually have a guest speaker relevant to either issues that arise in our neighborhood or an expert on a specific topic relevant to our members. Please come and join us!

The purpose of Wedgwood East Neighborhood Association as referenced in our Bylaws:

The purpose of the Association shall be to inform, preserve, protect, beautify, and represent the best interest of all Wedgwood in the Wedgwood and South Hills subdivisions within the boundaries designated as Wedgwood East Neighborhood Association by the city of Fort Worth, Texas.

Wedgwood East started developing in the late 1950's through the early 1980's.  Like most Fort Worth neighborhoods, Wedgwood East started as farm land and can boast that one of the original homesteads still stands nestled in the heart of the neighborhood. 

The uniqueness of Wedgwood East lies within it's residents.  Although, the neighborhood continued to develop over the span of almost 30 years, you will find multi-generational families throughout Wedgwood East.  It is not unusual to meet neighbors who may have grown up here, moved away only to return years later to raise their own families; or find multi-generational families who live within blocks of each other or some cases, next door to each other. It is with the warmth of family combined with the vibrancy of a growing Fort Worth, that continues to draw new residents to this "Cowtown Gem of a Neighborhood."

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