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Community Information

Tarrant County, TX

Law Enforcement

  • Tarrant County Administrator serves as the Chief of Staff for various county departments including: Management Services, Information Technologies, Facilities Management, Human Resources, and Transportation.
  • Tarrant County Constables While they may perform patrol functions and make criminal investigations, the main duty of most constables is to serve as executive officer of the Justice of the Peace Courts.
  • Tarrant County Fire Marshal committed to enforcing the law and to the prevention and investigation of fire and explosive incidents in the unincorporated areas of Tarrant County.
  • Tarrant County Sheriff's Office is a large, modern, urban law enforcement agency working on the cutting edge of technology and the latest crime-fighting tools and strategies.
  • Tarrant County Tax Assessor/Collector

Hospitals

  • Arlington Memorial Hospital A full-service acute-care medical center with 369 beds, serving Arlington and greater North Texas since 1958
  • Cook Children's Health Care System
  • Harris Methodist Hospitals A member of Texas Health Resources since 1997, serving residents in Fort Worth and the surrounding area
  • Kindred Healthcare through its subsidiaries operates hospitals, nursing centers, institutional pharmacies and a contract rehabilitation services.
  • Medical Center of Arlington specializes in providing a complete range of healthcare services and is the only acute-care full service hospital currently serving the south Arlington, Mansfield and Grand Prairie communities.

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Parks

  • Fort Worth Zoo The mission of the Fort Worth Zoo is to strengthen the bond between humans and the environment by promoting responsible stewardship of wildlife and ensuring diverse, high-quality educational and entertaining family experiences through effective and efficient management of its resources
  • Lake Arlington
  • River Legacy Parks is the product of a public/private partnership between River Legacy Foundation and the city of Arlington. Founded in 1988, our mission is to preserve and enhance land along the Trinity River and its tributaries as an extraordinary recreational, educational and natural resource.

Entertainment

  • Amon Carter Museum was established through the generosity of Amon Carter, to house his collection of paintings and sculpture; to collect, preserve, and exhibit the finest examples of American art.
  • Art on the Boulevard a cooperative gallery with artwork styles ranging from abstract expressionism to photo realism.
  • Cattle Raisrs Museum
  • Fort Worth Community Arts Center showcases the talents of regional artists. It offers a place for the celebration and creation of ideas in dance, theater, studio art, music, opera, and poetry.
  • Fort Worth Museum of Science and History/Omni Theater One of the largest science and history museums in the Southwest, it's home to many exciting and interactive exhibits for children of all ages.
  • Grapevine Vintage Railroad Today, you can take a trip back in time on the Tarantula Train at the Grapevine Vintage Railroad. It makes excursions between Grapevine and the Stockyards National Historic District.
  • Kimbell Art Museum is known as "America's best small museum," and offers a world-class collection of art, with masterpieces from antiquity to the 20th century, including works by El Greco, Cezanne, Rembrandt, Picasso, and Matisse.
  • Milan Gallery features over 300 pieces of original artwork from national and international artists. Oils, acrylics, watercolors, mixed media and sculptures are carried, as well as fine art reproductions and serigraphs.
  • Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth This "temple of modern art" located in the Fort Worth Cultural District, embodies the principles of classical Japanese architecture while employing modern Western techniques.
  • Monnig Meteorite Gallery Explore the mysteries of meteorites at this out-of-this-world museum.
  • The American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum is one of the few museums in the world dedicated solely to commercial aviation.
Dallas County, TX

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Law Enforcement

  • Dallas County Clerk
  • Dallas County Fire & Rescue
  • Dallas County Treasurer's Office The Mission of the Dallas County Treasurer's Office is to operate a public office compliant with governing law, which, manages and invests County funds, maintains banking and financial relationships, oversees County bond programs, and facilitates County payroll, benefits, and general payments, account reconciliations and financial reporting, ever vigilant of financial and technological enhancements beneficial to the taxpayers and employees of Dallas County.
  • Dallas County Court System
  • Dallas County Sheriff's Department As our Mission Statement outlines, Dallas Sheriff's emaployees take great pride in delivering quality law enforcement services to the citizens of Dallas County.
  • Office of Security and Emergency Management provides a 24-hour operation to reduce injury or loss of life and property, protect Dallas County citizens from all hazards by providing and coordinating resources, expertise, leadership and advocacy through a comprehensive, risk-based security and emergency management program of prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery.

Hospitals

  • Baylor Health Care System provides exemplary care at every opportunity - from preventive medicine such as free health education classes and screenings to advanced treatment methods to fight "incurable" diseases.
  • Children's Medical Center of Dallas For almost 90 years, Children's Medical Center Dallas has created an environment just for kids. An environment supported by highly trained medical and clinical staffs using advanced technology.
  • Doctors Hospital of Dallas offers a comprehensive range of health services and medical programs designed to meet your health care needs.
  • Green Oaks Behavioral Healthcare Service Since 1983, Green Oaks has been providing the very best in mental health and addiction services for adolescents, seniors and adults to the people and employers of North Texas.
  • Kindred Healthcare through its subsidiaries operates hospitals, nursing centers, institutional pharmacies and a contract rehabilitation services.
  • Medical City Hospital was established in 1974 by a group of North Texas' premiere medical specialists as a new kind of healthcare facility.
  • Methodist Health System For more than 75 years, Methodist Health System has served families and communities in North Texas with compassionate, award-winning, leading-edge health care.
  • Hospital Partners of America Hospital Partners develops and operates hospitals throughout the country with a singular mission: to partner with leading physicians in order to redefine the way hospital care is delivered
  • Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children is one of the nation's leading pediatric centers for the treatment of orthopedic conditions, certain related neurological disorders and learning disorders, like dyslexia.
  • Texas Health Resources a faith-based organization joining with physicians, will be the health care system of choice.

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Entertainment

  • Age of Steam Railroad Museum Features historic railroad equipment, heavyweight passenger cars, and small artifacts. Includes collection information, railroad history, volunteer opportunities, and tour information.
  • Dallas World Aquarium
  • Dallas Museum of Art Permanent collection ranges from impressionist paintings to contemporary sculpture.
  • Dallas Museum of Natural History Collections-based, research-driven public museum. Membership information, exhibits, merchandise, schedules, educational programs, and volunteer opportunities.
  • Dallas Symphony Orchestra To entertain, inspire and change lives through musical excellence.
  • Dallas Childrens Theater is a professional theater serving more than 250,000 young people and their families through its 11 main stage productions, national touring company, and education and outreach programs.
  • Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park is a living history museum portraying life in North Texas from 1840-1910. The museum is composed of 38 historic structures & boasts a working Civil War era farm, a traditional Jewish household, elegant Victorian homes, a school, a church & commercial buildings.
  • David Dike Fine Art The gallery specializes in late 19th Century and early 20th Century European and American oil paintings, with an emphasis on the Texas Regionalists and Texas Landscape Painters.
  • Joel Cooner Gallery The gallery specializes in African, Asian, and Oceanic tribal art.
  • Pegasus Theatre The mission of Pegasus Theatre is to present new and original comedies in a forum that highlights the professional talents of Dallas-area theatre artists.
  • Shakespeare Festival of Dallas Founded in 1971, Shakespeare Dallas enriches the lives of North Texans by providing cultural access to the works of William Shakespeare, the world's most popular poet and playwright of all time.
  • The Lakewood Theater
  • The Women's Museum The national legacy project of the Board of the Foundation for Women's Resources.

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Parker County, TX Johnson County, TX Denton County, TX

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Law Enforcement

  • Denton County Criminal District Attorney
  • Denton County Office of Emergency Management The mission of the Denton County Fire Marshals Office and Office of Emergency Management is to provide for, supervise, support, and train all Fire and EMS departments within unincorporated Denton County. Further, this office will strive to provide for the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Denton County in accordance with Chapter 352 of the Texas Local Government Code, county policy and sound emergency management practices.
  • Denton County Sheriff is responsible for operating the county jails, investigating crimes, making arrests, enforcing traffic regulations on county roads, serving writs, seizing property after judgment, and maintaining communications with other law enforcement organizations
  • Denton County Treasurer is the chief custodian of all county funds and preserves the system of checks and balances within the financial administration of county finance
  • District Court Administrator

Library

  • Aubrey Area Library
  • Carrollton Public Library The mission of the library is to improve the quality of life in the City of Carrollton through the provision of access to resources and services that will inform, empower and inspire its citizens while meeting their evolving informational, educational and recreational needs
  • Denton County Law Library primarily serves the legal community of Denton County. However, the facility is available to the general public as a reference library
  • Denton Public Library provides access to quality materials of educational, informational, cultural and leisure value for all ages
  • Flower Mound Public Library
  • Lake Cities Library Serving Corinth, Hickory Creek, Lake Dallas, Shady Shores and Denton County since 1975
  • Lewisville Public Library The mission of the Lewisville Public Library System is to enhance the intellectual and recreational life of the population served by providing access to information, materials, and programs that expand intellectual, cultural, and artistic awareness.

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Collin County, TX

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Law Enforcement

  • Collin County Sheriff's Office
  • Collin County District Attorney The mission of the Collin County District Attorney's Office is to vigorously and effectively represent the State of Texas as administrators of justice and advocates for the rule of law
  • County Court "To efficiently, impartially and fairly manage and resolve the variety of controversies and disputes that are filed with and fall under the jurisdiction of this court"
  • District Courts
  • Fire Marshal is dedicated to helping provide the highest quality of life sought by the Citizens of Collin County through the application of adopted codes and State statutes

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Entertainment

  • Collin County Farm Museum The Collin County Farm Museum was created to educate and inform people about the history of farming in Collin County and its impact in North Texas. The Farm Museum, which is managed by the North Texas History Center, includes farming equipment from different periods of farming history. The Farm Museum consists of 8,528 square feet in the Wells Building, the blacksmith shop, the granary and the confinement house.
  • Collin County Historical Society
  • Collin County Ballet Theatre
  • The Heard is a natural science education center, uniquely set in the middle of Texas. With a 289-acre sanctuary, four miles of hiking trails, two-acre native plant garden, live animals, indoor and outdoor exhibits, classrooms and laboratories, The Heard reaches more than 60,000 people annually, including more than 20,000 children who attend science and hands-on preschool, home school and summer camp programs
  • The Wine Society of Texas

Patrick Blaha, Your Realtor of Choice

4200 Heritage Trace Pkwy #100
Keller, TX 76244

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