For meeting attendees, it’s important to know how the destination has adapted and made changes to accommodate post-COVID-19 meetings and events. For planners, this information is a resource to gain insights on what attendees will want to know before traveling to Fort Worth.

As of July 2, Texas’ Governor issued an Executive Order requiring all Texans to wear a face covering or mask in public spaces. More details are available here. The Visit Fort Worth team is prepared to help attendees work through questions related to these orders and guidelines.

Transportation With Thorough Cleaning

Flying In? The easily accessible DFW International Airport has deployed a 165-member Cleaning Strike Team that, in addition to custodial contractors, frequently cleans touchpoints in all five terminals. Hop on the TEXRail commuter rail to make your way to Downtown Fort Worth. Priced at just $2.50 each way, TEXRail receives a regular, thorough cleaning from operator Trinity Metro.

Downtown Fort Worth Clean Team and Ambassadors

The Downtown Fort Worth Clean Team is on the job morning, noon and night to make your visit especially clean, safe and enjoyable. The Ambassadors help educate downtown visitors and guests about social distancing and assist the Clean Team in sanitizing high-touch areas such as trash cans and parking meters.

Top Venues' New Health and Safety Measures

Forth Worth Convention Center

Fort Worth Convention Center

To ensure a clean and healthy environment, the City of Fort Worth is pursuing GBAC STAR™ accreditation for the FWCC, which helps facilities establish a comprehensive system of cleaning, disinfection and prevention for their staff and their buildings. All of the FWCC’s health and safety guidelines are available to read here.

Will Rogers Memorial

Will Rogers Memorial Center

Will Rogers Memorial Center’s proactive cleaning and sanitization protocols will be enhanced at every touchpoint following the recommendations that are being provided by state, city and local public health authorities and the CDC. The center’s health and safety guidelines are available here. Take a 3D tour of the facility before your event.

Dickies Arena

Dickies Arena

High standards of cleanliness have been enhanced to provide the safest experience for all who visit Dickies Arena. Face coverings are required to be worn inside of the facility and guidelines will be reviewed regularly and will be updated as necessary. From cleaning protocols and physical distancing to F&B and seating capacities, read more about the Dickies Arena health and safety guidelines.

Hotels in Fort Worth

Meetings Hotels

Hotels in Fort Worth are redefining cleanliness and are dedicated to elevating high standards of sanitization and safety in public common areas, guest rooms, meeting spaces and amenities so they are ready to host you. Learn which Fort Worth hotels made the commitment to do their part in re-opening responsibly.

Making Changes Where Attendees Will Dine, Stay & Play

Reopen Responsibly

More than 130 restaurants, museums and attractions in our core visitor districts, including 25 hotels, have embraced Visit Fort Worth’s Re-open Responsibly program, which reflects public commitment to following healthy best practices, based on guidelines from state, local, corporate and industry authorities. Fort Worth has great options for outdoor activities with social distancing, 150 patios for dining and exhibits you can see comfortably with a mask. Explore more things to do in the Modern West.

Comments, Questions or Concerns?

Planners, we know it’s a lot to take in. That’s why our Visit Fort Worth team is here to provide you with support, assistance, guidance and resources. If you have more questions that need to be answered, more details we could provide or any suggestions to add to our available resources, please reach out to us.