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Keller

Water Safety Walk needs volunteers

Volunteers are needed for Keller's first Water Safety Walk. The City of Keller and Keller Fire Department, along with Safe Kids Tarrant County, Cook Children’s and the Colin’s Hope nonprofit organization, are asking for the public’s help May 18, to prepare for the event, and June 1, to help with the event.

Fifty volunteers are needed for help stuff packets from 10 a.m. to noon, May 18, at Keller Town Hall, 1100 Bear Creek Parkway, room 212.

About 100 volunteers are needed June 1 to distribute informational packets to Keller neighborhoods with a high density of private pools. The event, Colin’s Hope Water Safety Walk, will begin with an orientation at 9 a.m. in Keller Town Hall Council Chambers. Street assignments will be given at 10 a.m.

For more information or to register as a volunteer, email kenzie.tabor@cookchildrens.org or call 682-885-4861.

Roanoke

Park gets new water feature

Hawaiian Falls Roanoke opens May 25 with new fun including the all new Beach Blasters, the world’s first dueling multi-tube racer where two dual-person floats are launched in opposite directions in a race to a splashing victory.

The park also will open with The Flyin' Hawaiian & Monsoon, sixty-five foot speed slides.

Roanoke residents receive a 20 percent discount from the daily gate fee for general admission with a current utility bill and a driver’s license showing a Roanoke residence.

For more information, to to www.hfalls.com/roanoke.

Trophy Club

Online program benefits residents and municipal customers

The Town of Trophy Club recently added a web portal so residents and municipal customers can access code enforcement, contractor registration, permitting and municipal court. The new system allow customers to make payments online, track incidents and register with the town.

To access the new online system, go to www.municipalonlinepayments.com/trophyclubtx.

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