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East Fort Worth Business Association

EFWBA was created to give East Fort Worth business owners a place to meet, and a to have a voice for the advancement, development and improvement of the infra-structure in East Fort Worth, and to provide an atmosphere for businesses to interact and develop relationships for friendship, community and business.

Our meetings presentations cover events and politics affecting the business environment. We provide civic and community information, plans for development of new businesses, roads, trade areas, recreational areas and Educational projects of vital interest to East Fort Worth.

EFWBA advocates for the advancement, development, and improvement of the infra-structure of East Fort Worth (this includes street design, zoning, landscaping, and beautification projects), reviewing and critiqueing issues and projects of interest to business and community of East Fort Worth.

P.S. You still have the opportunity to pick up your "We're Open for Business" signs at Kwik Kopy (call 817.451.6276 to arrange a pick up). This is a great way to inform the community that you are open for business.

Please feel free to share the link with others and use that opportunity to encourage them to visit a future EFWBA meeting.

In other news:
Vision East Lancaster

EFWBA has long known that Lancaster Avenue was once a thriving buisness district, a shopping destination for many on the east side,and it slowly deteriorated after years of neglect by the City.

Five years ago, EFWBA started a committe called "Vision East Lancaster" to get Lancaster Avenue back to the thriving business corridor it was in the past.

Our efforts are paying off! Scott Gordon, of NBC5, filed this report.

East Lancaster Avenue Getting Boost

No Meeting in July

Attend this FREE concert by our friends in the East Fort Worth Community Jazz Band on Saturday, July 3, in the church parking lot. American Flags sponsored by Breakfast Optimist Club of East Fort Worth (see Bill Schwennsen for a Flag Program registration form.) Refreshment will sold by the 4-H Club youth. Don't forget to bring your lawn chair! Family friendly!


Next Meeting
August 5, 2021

We are meeting at Meadowbrook-Poly United Methodist Church.

Find us on YouTube!

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Thanks to Zoom, we now have video recordings of our meetings. Visit our new YouTube channel to view any of the previous meetings, including the May 2021 in-person meeting featuring FW Police Chief Neil Noakes.

June Presentation by

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Lunch Sponsored by

Texans Can

Malcolm Wentworth, Executive Director of Cars For Kids, the fundraising arm for Texans Can Academies.

Our Guest Speaker in May

Chief of Police
Neil Noakes

Meeting video here.