The Summerfields Neighborhood Association (SNA) was founded in 1994 as a 501(c)(4) non-profit corporation dedicated to maintaining and improving the quality of life for area residents and to serve as the focal point for the City of Fort Worth on all issues impacting Summerfields. All of the officers and members are volunteers. Any surplus funds are returned to the community in the form of park improvements, college scholarships, Christmas programs for the elderly, and other specific programs. Membership is voluntary and the association enforces no deed restrictions or other rules besides the ordinances and codes of the City of Fort Worth. We are active in reporting area code violations and coordinate with the city for all planning, zoning and variance issues within our boundaries.

Great News, The newsletter is back. In light of the COVID-19 crisis and the possibility of being forced to cancel the next general membership meeting after the last one was canceled, we have revived an effort to reproduce the SNA newsletter, The Summerfields Spotlight. The new version of the newsletter is electronic and is compact to news and reports from the neighborhood, much in line with the general meetings agenda. The first issue for July is now available. Click here for the July issue, or go to the Spotlight page from the left menu.

The city of Fort Worth ha published new guidelines for bulk trash collection.

Click here for a quick guide on solid waste management rules and information in downloadable PDF format.