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Dallas Airport Shuttles: Some of the Dallas Fort Worth airport shuttle companies that serve DFW are:

City Shuttle: looking at cityshuttle.net, they are a member of the Dallas Regional Chamber providing both private charter and hourly rate service. For airport shuttles to DFW, reservations are required, while you don't need one for airport pick-ups. Just catch a ride by locating the orange shared ride signs outside the baggage claim area at the upper level of the terminal. Their shuttles will make up to 3 stops and have capacity for up to 10 passengers. They also provide airport to airport service to and from Dallas Love Field for $19.

Waco Streak: looking at waco-streak.com, they were founded in 1982 with the purpose of providing ground transportation between the Waco area and Dallas and its two main airports. Their schedule includes four daily roundtrips to DFW and DAL with specific stops along the way including Baylor University and national hotel chains such as Holiday Inn, Mariott, clarion, and Fairfield Inn. Their fleet is composed mainly of 15 passenger vans, but private charter service is available for larger groups.

North Texas Airport Transportation: looking at northtexasairporttransportation.com, they have operating permits to provide transportation from Denton Municipal Airport, DFW and DAL, in addition to the counties of Tarrant and Collin. At arrivals, they will have a chauffeur at the pick-up curb outside the baggage claim area, holding a sign with your name. Their provide both private and shared ride airport shuttles, with the latter being the most economical andcharging a rate of of $68 betwen Denton and Dallas Fort Worth airport. Extra passengers are $15 each and their are special discounts for University of North Texas and Texas A&M students, faculty, seniors, and also FEMA staff.

Executive Airport Transportation: looking at executivetrans.com, they have been providing airport transfers to DFW and luxury chauffeured transportation in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex since 1985. They have a fleet of limousines, sedans, ini buses and mini vans. Call them for rates to DFW and cancellation policy.



Dallas Fort Worth (DFW): Dallas/Fort worth International Airport, the third busiest airport in the world with 638,782 aircraft movements is flanked by the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth from both sides. The airiness American Airlines and American Eagle have their primary hubs situated in this airport. With the largest number of non interconnecting runways in the world it mainly works for the larger Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, and has flights which are both domestic and international. DFW also serves AMR Corporation’s American/American Eagle which is the world’s largest airline in total passengers-miles transported and fleet size.

According to a survey conducted in 2006, the airport was termed as the Best Cargo Airport in the world and also the busiest airport in Texas. Being the largest airport in Texas and the fourth in the world it operates to138 domestic destinations and 38 international destinations.

Dallas Fort Worth Airport Details:
Address: 3200 East Airfield Drive
- Phone: : 972-574-8888

DFW Airport History: Dallas city offered a joint airport proposal to Fort Worth city in 1227 which was declined by the latter; later they opened their own airports in the name of Love Field and Meacham Field. In 1940 an amount of $1.9 million was allocated by the Civil Aeronautics Administration for the making of a Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport. Both cities declined this offer for which the American Airlines and Braniff Airways were ready to construct the building.

By 1960s the Dallas airport was flourishing with about 49%of the Texas air traffic, while Fort Worth was just contributing 1% of the traffic. Thus in 1961 when the FAA refused to spend any more cash in the separate airports the cities decided to form a joint airport. Thus in 1964 they chose a site which was equally distant from both the city centers and bought a land in 1966 and began the building of the airport in1969.

On January 13, 1974 the airport was opened for the commercial service, and at that time its name was Dallas/ Fort Worth Regional Airport. It was later change to Dallas/ Fort Worth International Airport in 1985. The airport authorities in 1989 then decided o reconstruct the already existing terminals and to construct two more new runways. In 1996, the seventh runway was constructed, thus dragging the airport into history of having the largest number of non interconnecting runways in the world.

Location and Driving Directions: DFW is located in between the two cities of Dallas and Fort Worth.

You can access the Airport from:

- State Highway 183 from the south.
- State Highway 114.
- Interstate 635 from the north.

The Airport has just one main road, International Parkway, which runs the length of the Airport, north to south. All terminals, parking areas and on-site hotels are accessible from this road.



Dallas Fort Worth Airport Parking: The airport provides four types of parking facilities: valet parking, terminal parking, express parking and remote parking. Special parking is available for the physically challenges travelers. The parking facility is quiet systematic and cheap and serves all type of travelers:

Valet Parking: Vehicles can be dropped off to the parking attendants. It is available at all terminals. All you have to do is to leave the keys and get your valet parking ticket and move to your respective terminal al. Inform the attendant about when you will return. Vehicles parked in valet are limited to a maximum length of stay of 7 days. Call 972 574 2407 if you prefer to make a reservation. Reservations provide "scan and go" service at departure. Parking rate is $22 Per day (24 hours).

Terminal Parking: It is located near all the five terminals. It has a convenient close in parking facility. It has about 28000 free spaces for parking. DFW's free Terminal Link van service provides transportation between terminals. Parking rate is $17 Per day (24 hours).

Express Parking: It has and easy, automated entry and exit facility. Free bottled water and newspaper facility is also available. There are shuttle vans to and from all the terminals. Flight information is available and there are about 7000 free spaces. Parking rate is $10-21 Per day (24 hours).

Remote Parking: It is DFW’s most economical parking option. There is continuous bus service to all terminals. There are flight information monitors. There are two convenient locations at the north and south ends of the Airport and about 4800 spaces. Parking rate is $18 Per day (24 hours).

Airport Parking Information: For more information about the parking options please contact the airport authorities at the number (281) 233-1730.



Dallas Fort Worth Airport Hotels:

In Airport Hotel: Conveniently located inside DFW's International Terminal D, Hyatt Regency DFWcan easily be accessed from any terminal via Skylink. The hotel has recently completed a $50-million transformation that includes a complete guest room and corridor renovation reflecting the hotel's sleek new look found in the lobby, meeting rooms and restaurants.

Off Airport Hotels:

- Best Western DFW Airport, 1 Mile, 5050 W John Carpenter Freeway, Irving, Texas, 75063-2399
- HI Express Airport North, 1 Mile, 4550 W John Carpenter Freeway, Irving, TX 75063 1-877-859-5095
- HI Express Hotels And Suites, 3 Miles, 1111 West Lancaster, Fort Worth, TX 76102 1-877-859-5095
- Super 8 DFW Airport North, 2 Miles, 250 E State Hwy 114 at Main St(GPS: 250 E TX-114)Grapevine, TX 76051
- Holiday INN DFW South, 1 Mile, 14320 Centre Station Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76155 1-877-859-5095
- Marriot, 1 Mile, 8440 Freeport Parkway, Irving, TX 75063
- Wyndham, 1.5 Miles, Wyndham DFW Airport -North4441 W. John Carpenter Freeway,Irving Texas 75063
- La Quinta Inn DFW North, 2 Miles, 4850 West John Carpenter FrwyIrving, TX 75063
- Marriot South, 2 Miles, 2280 Valley View Lane, Irving, TX 75062
- Quality Inn and Suites, 2.1 Miles, 4100 W. John Carpenter Fwy, Irving, TX 75063
- The Western, 2.1 Miles, 4110 West Airport Freeway, Irving, TX
- Sheraton Grand Hotel, 2.1 Miles, 4440 W. John Carpenter Freeway, Irving, TX 75063
- Best Western Irving, 2.7 Miles, 5050 West John Carpenter Freeway, Irving, TX 75063-2399
- Fairfield Irving, 2.8 Miles, 2050 Highway 121 North Grapevine, Texas 76051
- Hawthorn Suites, 2.9 Miles, 5000 Plaza Drive, Irving, TX 75063
- Red Roof Sheraton Grand Hotel, 3 Miles, 8150 Esters Boulevard, Irving, TX 75063-2905



Airport Terminal Information: The Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport terminals are in a semicircular shape with its four of the five terminals contributing to that shape. The newest and last terminal, Terminal D forms a “square U” shape. Though the airport has the area to house utmost 13 terminals, currently the airport only has five terminals. The terminals are constructed around the airport’s main north-south arterial path, Spur19, commonly known as International Parkway.

These terminals are constructed in such a way to reduce the distance between the passenger’s vehicle and the plane. But this design caused the passengers to cover long distances between the gates; and the airtrans were too slow and it ran only in one direction. The airtran was situated at the secured area so the commuters had to go through the security process again. In April 2005, it was replaced by Skylink, which functions for all the five terminals.

Terminal facilities include ATMs, restaurants, money exchange services, banks, different kinds of shops and pharmacy. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport also provides porter services, trolleys, and luggage carriers in the airport terminals. At selected locations in the terminal there are restrooms that are accessible via wheelchair and special telephones for the hearing impaired.

Information for the concourses that should make your journey easier and less hectic can be found below. Please confirm the information before booking as terminal information may change.

Terminal A: Earlier known as the “Terminal 2E”, Terminal A mainly serves American Airlines and American Eagle. Terminal A had operated most of the American Airlines’s international flight until the opening of Terminal D. In 1990 some of the flights of the American Eagle changed from Terminal A to Terminal B. At that time the American Eagle constructed a Satellite Terminal near Terminal A as there was a deficiency of aircraft gates. Terminal A has a total of 31 gates and is the largest hub of American Airlines. Below is the information of airlines served by this terminal.

Terminal A Airlines: Airlines that operate from Terminal A:
- American Eagle, 800-433-7300

Terminal A Shops:
- Natalie’s Candy Bar
- Body Shop
- KidZoo
- Landau
- XpressSpa
- Airport Wireless
- Best Buy Express
- Brighton Collectibles, Leather &Jewelry
- Jethro Pugh Western Shop
- The Neat Company
- Texas Marketplace
- Sue Venir
- Ropin and Ridin Western Shop
- Borders Newsstand
- Official Dallas Cowboys Pro Shop

Terminal A Restaurants:
- Au Bon Pain, Deli
- Auntie Anne's Pretzels
- Dickey's Barbecue Pit
- Dunkin Donuts
- East Side Mario's
- Grove Natural Snacks
- KFC
- Pizza Hut Express
- Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits
- Subway
- T.G.I. Friday's
- Taco Bell Express

Terminal A Other Services:
- American Airlines Credit Union
- Manicure
- Massage Chair
- Pre-Paid Long Distance Phone Cards
- Pedicure
- Massage Therapist
- PowerPort Internet

Terminal B: Earlier known as “Terminal 2W”, Terminal b mainly caters to the needs of Braniff International Airways in the beginning. 32 gates of Terminal b is taken over by the American Eagle Airlines. Many other airlines like Mid West Airlines, US Airways and United Airlines which used to function at the terminal now changed to Terminal E. There is also an interfaith chapel in Terminal B and this terminal has 35 gates. Below is the information of airlines served by this terminal.

Terminal B Airlines: Airlines that operate from Terminal B:
- American Eagle, 800-433-7300
- American Eagle operated by Executive Airlines, 800-433-7300

Terminal B Shops:
- Airport Wireless
- Best Buy Express
- Natalie's Candy Bar
- Details, Gifts for Women
- Rosetta Stone
- JP's Dude Ranch, Western Gifts
- Texas Marketplace
- Lone Star Emporium, Western Gifts
- Z Market
- Fossil

Terminal B Restaurants:
- Au Bon Pain, Deli
- Chili's Too
- Cousin's Bar-B-Q
- Dunkin Donuts
- Freshens Yogurt
- McDonald's
- Pizza Hut Express
- Sbarro Italian Eatery
- Subway
- T.G.I. Friday's
- UFood Grill

Terminal B Other Services:
- American Airlines Credit Union
- Pedicure
- Barber Shop and Salon
- U.S. Mail Drop Box
- Electric Massage Chair
- Guest Services Center
- FedEx Drop Box
- Manicure

Terminal C: Originally known as “Terminal 3E”, terminal C completely works for American Airlines. It serves only for domestic flights and all its 31 gates are occupied by American Airlines. Below is the information of airlines served by this terminalThe International Terminal or Terminal D was opened recently in July 2005. The terminal covers an area of 2,000,000 square feet and can handle 32000 passengers daily. It also has accommodation facility as it hosts the Grand Hyatt DFW Hotel. The terminal has 29 gates and has 200 ticketing points and a federal inspection facility, which has the capability to process 2800 travelers per hour. The Airport Access Authorization to Commercial Establishment Beyond the Screen Checkpoint (AAACE) option is also available for the passengers. Below is the information of airlines served by this terminal.

Terminal C Airlines: Airlines that operate from Terminal C:
- American Airlines, 800-433-7300

Terminal C Shops:
- Body Shop
- Best Buy Express
- Brooks Brothers
- DFW TravelMart
- Lone Star Attitude
- Official Dallas Cowboys Pro Shop
- Rosetta Stone
- Samsung Product Display
- Sephora
- Stars are Bright, Gifts
- Tec showcase
- Texas Marketplace
- The Neat Company

Terminal C Restaurants:
- Au Bon Pain, Deli
- Auntie Anne's Pretzels
- Blimpie
- Cereality
- Chili's Too
- Dickey's Barbecue Pit
- Freshens Yogurt
- Grove Natural Snacks
- Häagen-Dazs
- Manchu Wok
- McDonald's
- Pizza Hut Express
- Smoothie King
- T.G.I. Friday's
- Taco Bell Express
- Urban Taco
- Wendy's

Terminal C Other Services:
- Cellular Broadband
- Barber Shop
- Pre-Paid Long Distance Phone Cards
- Electric Massage Chair

Terminal D: The International Terminal or Terminal D was opened recently in July 2005. The terminal covers an area of 2,000,000 square feet and can handle 32000 passengers daily. It also has accommodation facility as it hosts the Grand Hyatt DFW Hotel. The terminal has 29 gates and has 200 ticketing points and a federal inspection facility, which has the capability to process 2800 travelers per hour. The Airport Access Authorization to Commercial Establishment Beyond the Screen Checkpoint (AAACE) option is also available for the passengers. Below is the information of airlines served by this terminal.

Terminal D Airlines: Airlines that operate from Terminal D:
- Air Canada Jazz, 888-247-2262
- American Airlines, 800-433-7300
- American Eagle, 800-433-7300
- British Airways, 800-247-9297
- KLM, 866-434-0320
- Korean Air, 800-438-5000
- Lufthansa, 800-645-3880
- Mexicana, 877-801-2010
- Sun Country Airlines, 800-359-6786
- TACA, 800-400-8222

Terminal D Shops:
- Best Buy Express
- Brooks Brothers
- Brookstone
- Buckaroo Duty Free
- DFW TravelMart
- Ertekin Men's Boutique
- InMotion Entertainment
- L'Occitane
- Mont Blanc
- Official Dallas Cowboys Pro Shop KIDS
- PGA Tour Shop
- Proactiv Facial Care
- Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
- Rosetta Stone
- Texas Marketplace
- XpresSpa
- Landau

Terminal D Restaurants:
- Au Bon Pain, Deli
- Auntie Anne's Pretzels
- Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream
- Blue Bamboo Xpress
- Camille's Sidewalk Café
- Cool River Café
- Cousin's Bar-B-Q
- Dunkin Donuts
- Fuddruckers Hamburgers
- Grand Met
- Grove Soda Fountain
- McDonald's
- Moka
- Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits
- Railhead BBQ
- Reata Grill
- T.G.I. Friday's

Terminal D Other Services:
- Cellular Broadband
- Children's Play Area
- Fax Machine
- Powerport Laptop Rental
- Luggage Cart
- Manicure
- Electric Massage Chair

Terminal E: Originally known as “Terminal 4E”, Terminal E mainly served the Delta Airlines until Delta closed its hub in 2005. Terminal E has a satellite terminal linked to its walkway. It is linked to the other terminals through SkyLink airtran ad does not have the usual walkways which the other terminals have. It has 26 gates and customs facilities too. Below is the information of airlines served by this terminal.

Terminal E Airlines: Airlines that operate from Terminal E:
- AirTran Airways, 800-247-8726
- Alaska Airlines, 800-252-7522
- Continental Airlines, 800-523-3273
- Continental Express operated by Chautauqua Airlines, 800-523-3273
- Continental Express operated by ExpressJet Airlines, 800-523-3273
- Delta Airlines, 800-221-1212
- Delta Connection operated by Comair, 800-221-1212
- Delta Connection operated by Compass Airlines, 800-221-1212
- Delta Connection operated by Mesaba Airlines, 800-221-1212
- Delta Connection operated by Pinnacle Airlines, 800-221-1212
- Delta Connection operated by SkyWest Airlines, 800-221-1212
- Frontier Airlines, 800-432-1359
- Frontier Airlines operated by Republic Airlines, 800-432-1359
- United Airlines, 800-864-8331
- United Express operated by Shuttle America, 800-864-8331
- United Express operated by SkyWest Airlines, 800-864-8331
- US Airways, 800-428-4322
- US Airways Express operated by Republic Airlines, 800-428-4322

Terminal E Shops:
- Best Buy Express
- Bijoux Terner
- Brighton Collectibles, Leather & Jewelry
- Johnston & Murphy
- Brooks Brothers
- InMotion Entertainment
- Cafe To Go
- Local Color
- Lone Star Kids
- Official Dallas Cowboys Pro Shop
- Texas Marketplace

Terminal E Restaurants:
- Auntie Anne's Pretzels
- Burger King
- Dickey's Barbecue Pit
- Dunkin Donuts
- Freshens Yogurt
- Grove Natural Snacks
- Häagen-Dazs
- Manchu Wok
- Varsity Grill
- Taco Bell Express
- T.G.I. Friday's
- Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits

Terminal E Other Services:
- Cellular Broadband
- Children's Play Area
- FedEx Drop Box
- Powerport Laptop Rental
- Luggage Cart
- U.S. Mail Drop Box
- TDD Phones

Internet Access: Internet facilities are available in all airport terminals. Wi-Fi system connections are present throughout the airport.

ATMs: ATMs are av in alilablel the terminals.

Medical Facilities: Pharmaceuticals are available at DFW 's terminal pharmacies.

Disabled Facilities: Wheelchair accessible restrooms and telephones for the hearing impaired are available throughout the airport terminals.

Missing baggage: Baggage reclaim and lost baggage can be collected from the baggage reclaim area of the terminal.

Tourist Information: The DFW Airport passengers can get tourist information from the information kiosk situated at each of the terminal.

Airlines Lounges: listed below by terminal location:

- Terminal A, American Airlines Admirals Club
- Terminal A, Pepsi Junior Flyer’s Club
- Terminal B, American Airlines Admirals Club
- Terminal B, Samsung Mobile Travel Lounge
- Terminal C, American Airlines Admirals Club
- Terminal D, M Lounge
- Terminal D, British Airways Lounge
- Terminal D, Korean Air Lounge
- Terminal D, Lufthansa
- Terminal E, Continental Presidents Club
- Terminal E, Delta Airlines Crown Room
- Terminal E, Samsung Mobile Travel Lounge

Dallas Airport Security:

- Some general airport security tips are; Do not leave your personal items, bags, baggage, purses, etc unattended for any reason at anytime. Passengers are not allowed to enter areas posted as Restricted Area or Authorized Personnel Only.  Please request assistance from nearest airport personnel or Houston Airport Police.Report any unattended items or suspicious activity immediately to airline personnel or Houston Airport Police at 713-884-3131



City of Dallas: The third largest city in Texas and the ninth largest in United States, Dallas has a population of 1/3 million people. It is located in North Texas and is the largest inland metropolitan city in U.S which is untouched by sea links. It is the biggest financial center of the 12-county Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan area. This metropolitan area is the fourth largest amongst the others in the country. The city’s economy is mainly based on banking, computer technology, energy and transportation. The city’s fame rose due to its historical importance as the hub for oil and cotton industries, its location, tough industrial and financial sector and its position as a major inland port.

City of Fort Worth: Established in 1849 Fort Worth city is the fifth largest city in Texas. It is also ranked as the seventeenth largest city in U.S. Fort Worth is a cultural entrance into the western edge of the American South. Fort Worth has a population of 727,575 people according to the 2010 census. After Dallas, this city is the largest economical and cultural hub of the Dallas Fort Worth-Arlington region.

City of Dallas History: Dallas city was colonized by the Caddo Native Americans before Texas was taken over in the 18th century as apart of the Viceroyalty of New Spain by the Spanish empire. The Adam-Onis Treaty in 1829 made the Red River the northern boundary of New Spain, thus officially keeping the location of Dallas well within Spanish territory. Later in 1821, Mexico declared independence from Spain and Dallas became a part of Coahila Texas. The republic Texas was separated from Mexico to become and independent nation in 1836. In 1845 Dallas County was established by U.S

The city was founded in 1849 as an Army outpost on a sham overlooking the Trinity River. In 1840 Americans were moving westward from the East Coast. The Native Americans had to retreat as the colonizers from the East moved into North Texas. In 1836 problems had begun between the Republic of Texas and Mexico due to Mexican-American war in which The Texans won the fight.

City of Dallas Geography: Dallas city covers an area of 385 square miles out of which 342.5 square miles is land and 42.5 square miles is water. It is the largest and most populated area in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The area has a marked terrain roughness. The city lies at elevation ranging from 17 meter to 168 meters. Dallas was founded at the spot if “a white rock crossing” of the Trinity River. Lake Ray Hubbard lies to the northeast of the city and Mountain Creek Lake to the west. Located in North Texas and the Southwest, Fort Worth is a part of the Cross Timbers region. The Cross Timbers region is the state line between the more heavily forested eastern regions and the almost treeless Great Plains. The city covers an area of 298.9 square miles out of which 292.5 square miles is land and 6.3 square miles is water. The Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex is the world’s largest landlocked area. There is a lake named Lake Worth which is formed by the storage dam which was built in 1913.

Dallas Climate: Located in a region that tends to receive warm, dry winds from the north and west in the summer Dallas shows and exception of having a humid subtropical climate. Generally its winter is mild and at daytime the temperature ranges from 55degree F to 70 degree F and at night time it is between 30 degree F and 45 degree F. At least once every winter there is snow accumulation. Sometimes there is freezing rain which causes disturbances in the city. A bright and pleasant weather is brought by spring and autumn. Beautiful and colorful flowers bloom and give a pleasant aura to the city.

Fort Worth has a humid subtropical climate. July is the hottest month with an average of 97.5 degree F. January is the coldest month with an average high of 55 degree F and a low of 31.5 degree F. Fort Worth is vulnerable to supercell thunderstorms due to its position in North Texas and these thunderstorms bring along with them hailstones and even produces tornadoes. May is the wettest month and the city has a yearly precipitation of 34.01 inches.

Dallas and Fort Worth Attractions: Dallas and Fort Worth the two neighboring cities have many attractions which lure tourist here. Fort Worth famous for its museums and galleries and Dallas for its exquisite shopping arenas is a pleasure for art lovers and shopaholics. They form together the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, one amongst the thirteen American metropolitan areas to host sports squad from all the “Big Four” professional leagues.

Dallas Attractions:

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament: This spot brings back the memories of the brave knights and kings with exquisite and delicious food delights which have a royal touch.

Sixth Floor Museum: This is the famous and notorious place from where the bullets were fired on the President John.F.Kennedy. This place has been changed into a museum form where the alleged killer, Lee Harvey Oswald, fired the lethal shots and tourists are allowed to see the place.

Billy Bob’s Texas Honky Tonk: A great rodeo show with all Texan elements in it attracts the tourist, and its dinner after the show and the music adds to its charm.

Art and Style Shopper : This place is the apt place for people to buy beautiful gifts and a pleasing sight for art lovers. The center is itself a great piece of art with beautiful sculptures and carvings.

Shop and Spa Center: The best and right place to shop for the shopaholics with rich gifts and signature gifts and complimentary parking.

Fort Worth Attractions:

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History: The museum exhibits the rich and complex history of the place and with its new 80 million facilities it is one of the most happening attractions in the city.

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth: Completely enveloped by new and modern artistic creations this tourist spot is one of the favorites of art lovers.

Adobe Western Art Gallery: Its traditional and contemporary fine Western Art, sculptures, jewelry and pottery make it a beautiful feast to the art freaks.

Texas Cowboy Hall Of Fame: This spot pays homage to all the cowboys and cowgirls who have outshined in the field of rodeo, cutting and ranching.

City of Dallas General Information:

City of Dallas Mayor's Office:
- Address: Dallas City Hall - 1500 Marilla Street Room 5EN Dallas, TX 75201
- Telephone: 214-670-4054



City of Fort Worth Mayor's Office:
- Address: 1000 Throckmorton St. Fort Worth, Texas 76102
- Telephone: 817-392-6118 - Fax: 817-392-6187

Dallas Police Department:
- Emergencies Only Dial 911
- Non-Emergency Dial 311


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