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Camp Bowie District is a private sector, not for-profit public improvement district created in October 2000 by the commercial property owners to revitalize Camp Bowie Boulevard. Their improvement efforts have included infrastructure refinement, the implementation of beautification projects, hosting special events, and serving as an advocate for all development.
Contracted with the City of Fort Worth as the manager of Public Improvement District No. 19 (PID 19), property owners pay an additional property tax in order to increase economic vitality and redevelopment along the Boulevard. Today, PID 19 extends from University to Lackland Road and includes portions of West 7th Street, Byers and Lovell. For a complete outline of the area, visit

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Camp Bowie District strategically analyzes our historic corridor on what improvements are needed. By identifying projects and needs based on evaluations and feedback from businesses, we are able to use assessments from property owners to assist in the funding of the following projects:

Maintenance, Landscaping & Beautification
Litter Abatement

Safety & Security
Marketing Advocacy


Economic Development

Future Planning

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