There is a reason Rhome is known as the “Crossroads to the Metroplex.” The city is located at the intersection of two major thoroughfares that lead directly to North Texas’ largest cities: Texas 114 to Dallas and U.S. 81/287 to Fort Worth.
While many enjoy living in Rhome because of the direct access to the Metroplex, plenty of folks also like the city for its small-town charm.
Rhome has a citizenry that is actively engaged in the community and city government.
Some of the city’s main events each year include veterans ceremonies at the Rhome Veteran Park and an annual fall festival that includes a parade.
Mayor: Michelle Pittman Di Credico
Mayor Pro Tem: Elaine Priest
City Council Members: Sam Eason, Leeanne Mackowski, Josh McCabe and Kenny Crenshaw
Second Thursday and Fourth Tuesday each Month @ 7pm
501 South Main Street, Rhome, TX 76078
City Administrator: Joe Ashton
City Secretary: Shannon Montgomery TRMC
Rhome Police Department, 400 B.C. Rhome
Rhome Volunteer Fire Department
Fire Chief: Darrel Fitch
Phone: 817-636-2001, 817-636-2462 or call 911 for emergencies
Rhome is home to the longest-serving library in Wise County.
Rhome Public Library, 265 W. B.C. Rhome
Opened in 1960 and includes books, DVDs, audio books, public computers and programs for all ages year-round.
Parks and Recreation
Rhome Veterans Park (located at the corner of Virginia Lane and Second Street)
Rhome Family Park, 400 S. Virginia and Stirling Lane
Includes a basketball court, walking trail, playground, grills, picnic tables and a butterfly garden
Rhome Community Center, 261 N. School Road
Hosts both community meetings and events and can also be rented for private functions. Call city hall for rental rates and availability.
Rhome Senior Center (next door to the Rhome Community Center)
Kam Kartway, 4746 Texas 114
Oval 1/8 mile kart racetrack that is consistently rated as a top 15 track in the nation by readers of RacingIn.com. It hosts events throughout the year.
Rhome is part of the 6A Northwest Independent School District. Most students attend Prairie View or Seven Hills elementary schools, Chisholm Trail Middle School and Northwest High School.
Superintendent: Ryder Warren
School Board Members: Mel Fuller, Josh Wright, Mark Schluter, Judy Copp, Devonna Holland, Anne Davis-Simpson and Lillian Rauch.
Administration Office, 2001 Texas Drive, Justin
Prairie View Elementary, 609 FM 3433, Rhome
Seven Hills Elementary, 654 FM 3433, Newark
Chisholm Trail Middle School, 583 FM 3433, Rhome
Northwest High School, 2301 Texas Drive, Justin