Longtime Forney Police veteran officer Pete Delgado has unexpectedly retired after 25 years of service to the citizens of Texas.
With the May General Election a mere six weeks away, the voters of Forney are again being asked to review the ethical character of the officials who represent them.
On Saturday morning the City of Forney hosted two very important commemorative Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies; one to officially acknowledge the completion of the Gateway Bridge project and one to officially open Forney Fire Station #2.
The City of Forney recently reached an agreement with Markout Water Supply Corporation (WSC) to provide maintenance services for the Markout WSC system.
Last week City Manager James Fisher presented the City Council with a draft presentation for a second community park to be located on the north side of Forney.
On Saturday afternoon at a little after six p.m., Forney City Hall located at 101 E. Main Street in historic downtown, took quite a hit when a local resident accidentally rammed her vehicle into the doorway of the building causing considerable damage.
During the Forney City Council March 21, 2017 meeting the Council unanimously approved several ordinances responsible for updating the City’s Code of Ordinances.
On Tuesday night the Forney City Council thoroughly discussed and then “tabled as an Action Item” the annexation process of the Wynne-Jackson housing development.
On Tuesday night the Forney City Council unanimously approved a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) to allow for the city’s first ever indoor gun range.
The gun range will be operated by CYA Guns & Ammo owner, Rex Ramsey, and will be constructed on the east side
Last week Forney Fire Chief Rick Townsend and Fire Marshall John Holcomb requested the Forney Council provide them with a Letter of Support to submit along with their 2016 SAFERR Grant application.
Last week the Forney City Council voted to approve an alcohol variance requested by Eno’s Pizza Tavern for the 215 S. Bois d’Arc building located in historic downtown Forney.