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Celebrating Milestones

We are pleased to recognize and celebrate some incredible milestones made by several members of the City Center team.  These faithful employees have dedicated numerous years to City Center and its tenants.  Each employee plays an integral role in the various departments of our organization and they are a significant part of our company’s journey and success throughout the years.  Please join us as we applaud them and thank them for the loyalty and commitment to our company.
 
40 Years
Joanne Massey, Controller
 
20 Years
Joey Green, Engineering
Deborah Davis, Parking
Johnny Campbell, President
 
15 Years
Eric Shockley, Parking
Barry Lohr, Director of Parking
 
10 Years
Karen Goar, Leasing
The City Center Holiday Giving Program is in full swing, and donations are being accepted at the security desk in both the Wells Fargo and Bank of America tower lobbies now through Friday, December 17

The two deserving organizations this year are Saving Hope Animal Rescue and the Fort Worth Fire & Police Departments.  Online donations are accepted at any time, and can be made by following these links: Saving Hope Animal Rescue or Fort Worth Fire/Police Amazon Wish List.  A full list of suggested items is available on the digital displays near the building lobbies, and physical signs are by the security desks too.

Giving Program Info:
  • Monday, November 29 – Friday, December 17
  • Select items from the wish lists on the signs in tower lobbies, or visit the links above to donate online
  • Bring your unwrapped items to the security desk in the Wells Fargo or Bank of America tower lobbies
  • Monday through Friday between 8 am to 5 pm 
Queen Beeyoncé and the City Center Hive are enjoying the beautiful new flowers added to the planters on the patio. During this time of year, goldenrod, Texas sage, and some asters are still in bloom, so there may be some activity if you spot those blooms nearby too. Remember, honeybees can travel up to 3 miles to gather nectar to bring back to their hive.  The extra food will help the bees get ready for the fast-approaching winter. They will continue to forage so long as there are flowers in bloom and the temperatures are warm. In cooler weather, the bees will cluster in smaller groups inside the hive and vibrate their wing muscles to regulate their core temperature to keep warm.  Honeybees are incredible at moderating their temperature and resources and will be happily buzzing away until the beekeeper’s next visit in the new year.
The last blood drive of the year is almost here - don’t forgot to sign up!  Here are the details again:
  • Wednesday, December 8, 2021
  • President’s Room, located on the 4th floor in City Club
  • Slots available from 9:00 am – 2:05 pm
  • All donors will get a $10 Amazon gift card and entry to win a car.
  • Appointments may be made by visiting http://www.citycenterfw.com/blood-drive
  • Click here to learn about Carter BloodCare’s current policy on COVID-19 procedures
  • On the day of your appointment, you may complete the QuickScreen questionnaire online

Coronavirus Updates

Cases Reported

ZERO cases have been reported within the towers since the last communication.

 
POSITIVE CASE REPORTINGS:

Please note that City Center can only respond to and act on cases that are reported to us.  We are relying on our tenants to report any positive cases that enter their office so we can implement the COVID remediation and notification procedures established.  Should you have a positive case to report that entered your office, please contact Carolyn Parnell, 817-255-5753 or cparnell@citycenterfw.com.

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