Monticello Neighborhood Emblem Curbside House Numbers painting service now available!
Trenton Anderson with And1One Curb (https://www.facebook.com/And1OneCC/) is now available to paint
The MNA will be hosting Monticello's first annual SPRING FLING FAMILY PICNIC at Monticello Park on Sunday April 29th from 4-6pm. Come join the fun!
New neighbors and old friends alike are welcome
Cook Children's is celebrating their centennial and are asking Monticello Neighborhood to help. They are asking that anybody who has been touched by Cook Chilldren's in the past 100 years light
The Fort Worth Police Dept provides free security assessments. These assessments involve a brief walk thru of the residence, at a time that is convenient for you, to determine if there are any weak
Please remember to respond to our dues solicitation! MNA membership dues can be paid by mail (P.O. Box 470391, Fort Worth, TX 76147) or on our website http://www.mnafw.org/pay-mna-dues.
Thank you to all of our neighbors who made time to attend our Monticello Neighborhood Winter Social and Election event on Monday night at Clay Pigeon. Per our bylaws, the attendees represented a
The Monticello Neighborhood Association will host a complimentary membership event at Clay Pigeon (2731 White Settlement Road) at 6:30 p.m. on January 22, 2018, including heavy hors d’oeuvre and wine
Residential zoning in the southern portion of Monticello is inconsistent with the majority of the neighborhood. Over the past several years, neighbors (predominately in the blocks on or south
Jennifer Nickels has been an amazing social director for Monticello Neighborhood Association for years and years and has volunteered her time way past any reasonable expectations. She has also
It is time for elections for the Monticello Neighborhood Association. Two positions are up for re-election:
Jim Atteberry has served four years as president and
MONTICELLO RESIDENTS INVITED TO ATTEND TCU-SPONSORED TOUR OF HISTORIC WW1 ERA CAMP BOWIE MILITARY SITES
The Center of Texas Studies at TCU has reached out to MNA to invite our members to
The Monticello Neighborhood Association has been informed by our contact within the City of Fort Worth that construction to replace the Monticello Park playground equipment is scheduled to begin on
Please join us for National Night Out on Tuesday, October 3rd in Monticello Park from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Hamburgers and hotdogs provided by MNA. MNA along with the FW Police Department
Please plan to attend our All Neighborhood Meeting on Monday, June 19th @ North High Mount Elementary (3801 West 7th Street) at 6:30 pm. The meeting will be held in the Auditorium of the school
If you have driven down Monticello Drive recently, you probably noticed that there are new All Way stop signs at the following intersections:
4th Street & Monticello Drive
We want to draw your attention to some recent vandalism happening in our neighborhood. There have been reported car break-ins at the following locations:
Monticello Park (on a Sunday,
Fort Worth Tennis Association is offering lessons through their Tennis in the Park initiative at our very own Monticello Park. Click here for information.
Thank you to everybody that came out to help us celebrate our neighborhood at MonticelloFest on Sunday, April 30th. Thank you also to our sponsors - Tom Thumb, Wild Acre Brewing, Van Grow and
Our NPO ("Neighborhood Police Officer") is Christopher Watts and he sends out weekly emails with crime statistics in Excel format for our area. Click here for example of one of his
The Monticello Neighborhood Association Board is joining the Arlington Heights Neighborhood Association in opposing a proposed zoning change (Case #ZC-17-037) at the site of 5001 Camp Bowie Boulevard
On Wednesday of this week, on February 8, an important re-zoning case (Case# ZC-16-209) will go before the Zoning Commission. The owners of the property at 702 and 704 Boland Street are requesting a
The Monticello neighborhood, despite an adverse recommendation by the Zoning Commission, won a battle against commercial encroachment on Case# ZC-16-209 with a unanimous vote by the City Council on
Two bills (SB 451 and HB 2551) pending in the Texas Legislature would permit homeowners (including investors who buy houses for purposes other than living in them) to rent out those houses to anyone