Northeast Tarrant County
Colleyville is an affluent city and is a suburb of Fort Worth located in northeast Tarrant County, Texas, United States. Located roughly 3.5 miles (5.6 km) from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, the population was 22,807 at the 2010 census.
Emerging from a number of small, rural settlements along the Cotton Belt Route, Colleyville was originally known as Bransford when Dr. Lilburn Howard Colley settled there in 1880. He was a prominent area physician and a veteran of the Union Army.
In 1914 when Walter G. Couch opened a grocery store near Dr. Colley’s home the community was renamed Colleyville in his honor.
Grapevine’s Sophisticated Charm
Grapevine texas homepage mapHistoric Grapevine, Texas, centrally located between Dallas and Fort Worth, is a go-to destination when planning a trip to or meeting in North Texas!
Step back in time in Historic Downtown Grapevine with its collection of shops, restaurants, and art galleries. Enjoy fantastic hotels and resorts, great attractions for the entire family, fabulous shopping opportunities, outstanding dining at over 200 restaurants, Winery Tasting Rooms, a wide variety of outdoor recreational activities, award-winning festivals and events and much more.
Grapevine has something for everyone.
The City of Hurst was named after William Letchworth “Uncle Billy” Hurst in 1909. In 1903 “Uncle Billy” agreed to let the railroad lay track connecting Fort Worth and Dallas on his land with the condition that a stop would be established there, and a depot built and given his name. The Rock Island Station was built in 1903, and along with the surrounding community, was finally officially given the name Hurst in 1909.
Hurst incorporated as a general law city on September 25, 1952, with a total population of 2,700. Today the population, according to U.S. Census data for 2013, is estimated to be 38,448.
Other interesting Hurst facts:
Hurst is 9.92 square miles
Tarrant County College was opened in 1968
D. Bell High School opened in 1957
North East Mall – the largest mall in Tarrant County until the 1990s – opened in 1972
Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport opened in 1974
TEXpress express lanes opened in October 2014 easing traffic congestion on the 183/121 Freeway
Nestled comfortably in the heart of the Dallas- Fort Worth Metroplex, Keller has gained national attention by pairing big-city conveniences and amenities with small-town roots and an emphasis on quality of life.
Our city is blessed with a warm and welcoming atmosphere, an excellent school system, a wide variety of shopping and dining destinations, and award-winning city facilities and programs.
The distinct business districts, historic Old Town Keller and the urban Keller Town Center, are just two of our unique economic engines. And the citywide parks and trails system, anchored by Big Bear Creek, offers recreation and mobility among the city’s recreation and aquatics center, The Keller Pointe, and multiple sports facilities. The Keller Public Library offers more than 80,000 in materials and a slew of online resources, and next door, the Keller Senior Activities Center brings senior citizens together for stimulating activities, emphasizing health and fellowship.
Keller has been named to CNN/Money Magazine’s biennial listing of “Top 100 Places to Live — America’s Best Small Towns” three times since 2007, including taking seventh place in 2009. And recent awards have included a spot in D Magazine’s “Top 20 Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex Suburbs,” mentions in Fort Worth, Texas Magazine’s “Best Places to Live” lists, recognition as an “Emerging Art Town” by Southwest Art Magazine, certification as a Scenic City by the Scenic Texas organization, and third place among the “Top 10 Most Notable High-Growth Areas in the Country,” according to the Gadberry Group.
Just minutes from Dallas and Fort Worth, North Richland Hills is the third largest City in Tarrant County with more than 67,300 residents, 1,200 businesses, and 30 major employers. Our community has much to offer with an excellent blend of neighborhoods, parks, dining, shopping, office and manufacturing space. We have a low crime rate, excellent public school system, one of the best public libraries in the state and nationally recognized parks and recreation program.
In 2006, North Richland Hills was named by Money Magazine as one of the 100 Best Places to Live in the United States. Cities making the list had the best possible blend of good jobs, low crime, quality schools, plenty of open space, reasonable home prices and lots to do.
In 2014, North Richland Hills tied for first on the Dallas Morning News’ list of the Top 10 Safest Neighborhoods in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. North Richland Hills also made the list in 2013.
h schools serving North Richland Hills (Birdville, Richland and Keller high schools) were ranked among the top 150 high schools in Texas by U.S. News & World Report. With more than 1,700 high schools in the state, this puts them in the top 10 percent.
Information about new residential developments and home builders in North Richland Hills can be found in this development report.
The location of Richland Hills in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex is unmatched. Encompassing approximately 3.9 square miles in Northeast Tarrant County, the City borders the northeast corner of Fort Worth, is less than 20 miles from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, less than 15 miles to downtown Fort Worth and less than 30 miles to downtown Dallas. The City fronts State Highway 183, State Highway 121, and State Highway 26. Easy access is provided to each via Interstate 820. Maps to the City
Railroad access is currently available to the City’s largest industrial park and commuter rail connects Richland Hills to downtown Fort Worth and Dallas. Rider Request bus service is provided throughout the City and to neighboring Fort Worth. Express bus service is available to downtown Fort Worth. Very few other communities in the Metroplex can offer this combination of intermodal access to the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.
Southlake is a city located predominately in Tarrant County with areas that extend into Denton County in the U.S state of Texas. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 26,575. Southlake is known for public schools, Southlake Town Square, its wealth, Gateway Church and Carroll High School’s 8-time state champion football team.
Nestled in the prominent suburb of Southlake.
Named one of the Best Country Clubs in DFW (Avid Golfer, 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2015), Timarron Country Club was founded in 1994 and has grown into a stable position in the community. Coming inside, you are welcomed into a warm, beautiful combination of stone and stucco. Inside, relax in spacious surroundings. Whether by the charming fireplace for fine dining, in the casually comfortable Members Tavern or in the private dining room for the charm of more intimate gatherings, you are always at home.
Long voted one of the top golfers’ clubs in Texas, Timarron also features our Kid’s Kourt, fitness center, relaxing lunches, happy hour and fine dining with friends. Each of the three dining rooms commands more than a glance with a stunning view of the signature 18th-hole island green. The view leaves you with an impression to last a lifetime – wanting only to return again soon.
Exceptional service, lasting friendships and enduring memories are the way of life at Timarron Country Club.
In “The Best of the Private Clubs 2015,” Avid Golfer magazine named Timarron Country Club “Best Golf Club” and “Most Female Friendly.”