In February 2015, the Forney Public Works Department ranked Trinity Street near downtown the #1 Worst Street in Forney and subsequently the City Council approved a multi-million dollar road repair project which began with the reconstruction of the dead-end street which accesses only thirty homes.
City Manager James Fisher provided the Forney Economic Development Board of Directors with a briefing on the FM 548 Corridor Traffic Study during their monthly meeting on Thursday night.
On Tuesday night the Forney City Council recognized National Police Week by presenting the Forney Police Department with an honorary Proclamation.
On Thursday night the Forney Planning and Zoning Commission voted unanimously to deny the revised site plan for the Gateway Parks Amenity Center after a plan was presented that did not meet what was originally proposed for the residential development.
Speaking directly to the voters about the progress made at City Hall within the past two years, Forney residents are currently receiving a two page, “Personal Message from Rick Wilson Mayor of Forney” within their mailboxes.
Agreeing with the Forney Planning & Zoning Commission, on Tuesday night the City Council denied approval for a major size reduction to the proposed Gateway Parks Amenity Center.
On Tuesday night Mayor Pro-tem Ray Stephens and Place 4 Council Member Scott Regan participated in their final council meeting
On Saturday afternoon with rain clouds hovering overhead, Mayor Rick Wilson along with Mayor Pro-tem Ray Stephens and Council Member Scott Regan very boldly endorsed Place 2 Candidate Cheryl Ballard and Place 4 Candidate Jimmy Hanks for election
On Thursday night, the city’s Special Events department joined several of Forney’s non-profit organizations for mandatory training on the application process used for awarding HOT Fund Grants from the Forney Economic Development Corporation.
Homeowners living on the north side of town will be excited to hear that the Forney City Council recently received Texas Department of Transportation
On Tuesday night Forney City Manager James Fisher requested the council amend the 2017 Operating Budget to allow for additional City Hall staffing.
Addressing the council from the podium, City Manager Fisher stated “What we’re asking for this evening is that we hire some additional personnel this year.