What's Happening on the Trinity River


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  • Trail Connections In Riverside & Gateway Parks Opening Soon

    Dec 22, 2017
    The current dirt removal projects in Gateway Park and Riverside Park are nearing completion. Nearly 1.5 million cubic yards of dirt in Gateway and 225,000 cubic yards in Riverside Park have been removed to provide necessary flood storage for our city.

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  • TRINITY RIVER BASS BATTLE

    Dec 11, 2017
    Recreation on the river has become a part of the culture of Fort Worth. In 2016, the Trinity Bass Battle started at Panther Island Pavilion to give anglers the opportunity to experience some of the best urban fishing in the state. In 2017, there were 10 tournaments held on the Trinity River totaling over 295 entries. The largest fish caught, 24.75’’, would have won Big Bass in all but 3 other known tournaments in the North Texas area in 2017.

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  • Thurber Brick To Be Incorporated Into Canal Design

    Dec 11, 2017
    During excavation work on the Panther Island North Main Bridge, the contractor found original Thurber Brick. Used to line many of Fort Worth's historic streets, the brick was paved decades ago but is still in great condition. To ensure that part of Fort Worth's rich history is incorporated into the design of Panther Island, the brick was moved and stored. The brick will be used for public walkways that will line the canals running through Panther Island.

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