We take seriously our responsibility as a City and as individuals to look after our environment. We believe that to Keep White Settlement Beautiful is to get involved. To volunteer, to educate ourselves and each other, and to be an active participant in making this the hometown community that we all love.

Community Garden

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If you love gardening and yard work then the Community Garden is the perfect place to volunteer for you! Adopt a spot in our garden where you get to pick and choose what plants, vegetables, or fruit you want to plant. Email or fill out this FORM to get more information!

Rain Barrel

Rain Barrels

Using rain barrels has many benefits, including saving you money! Here are some of the benefits that investing in a rain barrel can have for your lawn or garden.

1. It helps save you money. Capturing and using rainwater instead of your water hose will reduce the cost of your water bill.

2. It helps conserve water. You’ll have your own water source in times of drought or watering restrictions.

3. It’s good for your lawn and plants. Rainwater is highly oxygenated, free of fluoride, and inorganic ions. It also makes your plants more drought tolerant.


Water conservation

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The City of White Settlement tries to provide opportunities for our residents and other interested parties to get involved! We have partnered with Helper Helper to make volunteering around town easier than ever! To sign up for Helper Helper:

1. Go to the Helper Helper website HERE
2. Follow the instructions to create your account
3. Click the "Find Opportunities" button to see what volunteer opportunities are currently available

Once you've created your Helper Helper account, you can also download the free Helper Helper app on Google Play or iPhone stores.  

If you have any questions about volunteering or the Helper Helper app please contact our Community Volunteer Coordinator by emailing or calling 817-246-5012.

*Due to COVID-19 volunteer opportunities are currently limited

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811 is the national call-before-you-dig phone number. Anyone who plans to dig should call 811 or go to their state 811 center’s website before digging to request that the approximate location of buried utilities be marked with paint or flags so that you don’t unintentionally dig into an underground utility line. You should call 811 or use your state 811 center’s website a few business days before you begin any digging, including common projects like planting trees and shrubs or installing fences and mailboxes. The specific amount of advance notice that you are required to provide varies by state.