Precinct 4 is located in the northwest corner of Tarrant County. It includes portions of 15 municipalities and 10 school districts. Precinct 4 spans across 265.5 square miles of Tarrant County and maintains 168.3 miles of County roads.
The historic Stockyards can be found in Precinct 4, as can one of
the nation’s largest builders of military aircraft - Lockheed Martin.
Precinct 4 also contains the beautiful Fort Worth Botanic Garden and
the Will Rogers Memorial Center, which hosts the Legendary Fort Worth
Stock Show and Rodeo every year.
From recently renovated West 7th Street to Eagle Mountain Lake State Park, Precinct 4 takes great pride in being the most diverse - from farms and ranches to urban living centers. Commissioner Johnson welcomes you to take some time and explore Northwest Tarrant County, we’ve got something for everyone!
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