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Tarrant County Cities

Tarrant County cities have so much to offer to everyone. We've compiled a list to help you decide which city best fits your lifestyle.

Arlington, Texas

Arlington, TX is a large city, boasting a population of 365,000 and is conveniently located in the center of the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex. Within a 25-mile radius of the center of Arlington is a workforce of over 2 million people. Arlington has 82 public parks including River Legacy Parks, a 1,300 acre oasis on the Trinity River in the heart of north Arlington. The Parks currently offer more than eight miles of paved trails winding through thick forest and expansive greenbelts. In Arlington, housing is affordable, streets are clean, and neighborhoods are safe.

Azle, Texas

Azle, TX graces the southwestern shore of Eagle Mountain Lake, 14 miles northwest of downtown Fort Worth. Azle blends Metroplex amenities with a safe, friendly, hometown feel.

Bedford, Texas

Bedford, TX - Bedford is conveniently located in the heart of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Bedford offers a small community atmosphere while still providing all of the urban amenities. They have a thriving community with a rich history, an exciting future and are proud to say "Life is Better in Bedford."

Benbrook, Texas

Benbrook, TX - Located in Tarrant County, on the southwest edge of Fort Worth, Benbrook delivers a special blend of uniqueness not found in other cities. It provides growing companies an excellent location in north Texas with a strong, pro-business municipal government, excellent city services, and one of the three lowest crime rates in Tarrant County.

Buleson, Texas

Burleson, TX - Families are choosing Burleson for the strong sense of community, excellent schools, and low crime rate,and smart commuters are discovering that Burleson is just 12 short miles from downtown Fort Worth.

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Colleyville, Texas

Colleyville, TX - The quality of life in Colleyville has made it a premier destination for living, working and playing. Continued growth in retail, dining and entertainment options, along with exciting cultural programs offered at Colleyville Center and outstanding sports and recreation programs continue to enhance the lifestyle of Colleyville residents.

Dalworthington Gardens, Texas

Dalworthington Gardens, TX - One of the most unusual communities in Texas, Dalworthington Gardens is located in east central Tarrant County between Interstate 30 to the north and Interstate 20 to the south, about twelve miles southeast of Fort Worth. The community was established as a subsistence homestead project during the Great Depression under the authority of the National Industrial Recovery Act, and is the only one still in existence today.

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Euless, Texas

Euless, TX - Dedication, commitment and a solid vision by the leaders of the community has put Euless in the forefront as a vital player in the mid-cities area. Euless is thriving with business development, cultural activities, recreational facilities and outdoor events for local residents and area visitors. The city has been described as one of the fastest growing cities in Northeast Tarrant County, and has also been awarded one of the Best Managed Cities in the state of Texas.

Flower Mound, Texas

Flower Mound, TX - A first rate school system, a wide variety of quality housing options, and a safe family environment that continues to attract hundreds of new families each year makes Flower Mound the ideal place for business and commercial development, and the ideal place to raise a family. Recreational options are plentiful, and include award-winning bike and nature trails, beautiful Lake Grapevine, and two world-class golf courses, which attract visitors from across the country.

Fort Worth, Texas

Fort Worth, TX - Fort Worth is part of the DFW (Dallas Fort Worth metroplex). Divided into three districts, cultural, historical downtown Forth Worth. Fort Worth is rich in culture with the Kimbell Art Museum, the Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth Museum of Science and History,Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Texas Ballet Theater, Fort Worth Opera. The Fort Worth Stockyard Historic District offers old west style cattle trails and rail access, as well as several restaurants, clubs, shops and attractions.

Grand Prarie, Texas

Grand Prairie, TX - Ideal location, excellent access, progressive attitude, hometown feeling, established and new neighborhoods – these are the qualities that make Grand Prairie a competitor in attracting new businesses and residents. The City of Grand Prairie is ideally located in the heart of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Just minutes south of the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, the city is home to more than 127,000 people, including those whose families have lived here for generations and others who have moved here for the quality of life.

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Hurst, Texas

Hurst, TX - Hurst is located in the heart of the DFW metropolitan area, 10 miles from downtown Fort Worth and 25 miles from downtown Dallas. The convenient location allows their residents to live in a safe, well-maintained community and be just minutes away from two of the largest cities in Texas.

Keller, Texas

Keller, TX - Keller is nestled comfortably in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex with easy access to major business and activity centers. The city thrives on giving its residents and businesses a relaxing atmosphere to live, work, and play.

Mansfield, Texas

Mansfield, TX - Mansfield is a dynamic, growing community with a rich history and a bright future. In it's more than 100 years Mansfield has developed from a rural, farming community to a bustling suburban city of more than 50,000 people.

North Richland Hills, Texas

North Richland Hills, TX - Conveniently located between Dallas and Fort Worth, North Richland Hills is the City of Choice to Live, Work and Play. Our community offers attractive neighborhoods, abundant recreational, educational and cultural opportunities, diverse businesses and industries, excellent medical services, fine dining and convenient shopping.

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Pantego, Texas

Pantego, TX - Pantego is immediately southwest of downtown Arlington and ten miles southeast of downtown Fort Worth in eastern Tarrant County. Settlers started moving into the vicinity by the time of the Civil War, and the Texas and Pacific Railway had built through the area before 1876.

Pelican Bay, Texas

Pelican Bay, TX - Pelican Bay is a small resort community that developed along Eagle Mountain Lake in the northwestern corner of Tarrant County and about seventeen miles northwest of Fort Worth. The town existed in the 1970s and incorporated in 1981.

Richland Hills, Texas

Richland Hills, TX - The City of Richland Hills is a vibrant, progressive community strategically located in the crescent of Northeast Loop 820 and Texas State Highway 121 in Northeast Tarrant County. The convenient location provides residents easy access to all of the amenities offered within the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.

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River Oaks, Texas

River Oaks, TX - In addition to providing a tranquil living environment, the city is adjacent to the prestigious Naval Air Station Fort Worth - Joint Reserve Base, and a short drive to major attractions such as the Texas Motor Speedway and Six Flags Over Texas.

Saginaw, Texas

Saginaw, TX - Saginaw, recognized for its small town feel with big city amenities and its top rated public school system, is one of the fastest growing communities in North Texas. The City of Saginaw and its business community provide our citizens and visitors with progressive and stable places to shop, work, play and a place we call home.

Trophy Club, Texas

Trophy Club, TX - Trophy Club has long been a development with foresight, the foresight of the growth corridor of Northeast Tarrant County and Southern Denton County. It sits at the gateway of the State Highway 114 corridor between the D/FW International Airport and the Solana/Alliance Industrial Complex poised to continue to grow beautifully.

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Watauga, Texas

Watauga, TX - Watauga continues to build its legacy of abundance and prosperity through aggressive economic growth, low crime rates, highly rated school districts, affordable housing and a small town civic atmosphere. These factors, coupled with ready access to shopping, entertainment, recreation, airports and key business districts in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, make Watauga an attractive alternative for families and businesses alike.

Westlake, Texas

Westlake, TX - From the highest development standards of a meticulously master planned community to the highly sought after Westlake Academy, residents and visitors have come to expect the very best a community can offer.

White Settlement, Texas

White Settlement, TX - The city of White Settlement offers the quality of life associated with small town living. White Settlement boasts an ideal location within view of Fort Worth, bounded by major thoroughfares for easy access and providing a vigorous business corridor, while maintaining its small town ambiance.


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