stead land in Southlake was located on
what is now Dove Road, and consisted of
360 acres. Settlers from Dade County,
Georgia founded White’s Chapel
Church, located at Southlake Boulevard
and White Chapel Boulevard, in 1871
Located between Alliance Airport and
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport,
alongside a dynamic commercial corridor,
Southlake covers 21. 5 square miles.
Currently served by four top-notch independ-
ent school districts, residents move to this afflu-
ent community for its location, schools, high-
quality residential housing, commercial
growth, and hometown appeal.
The Carroll Independent School District,
serving most of Southlake, has consistently ranked above average for standardized tests; the Texas Education Agency
rated the district Exemplary for the 2010
Commercial development activity contin-
ues on an upswing, adding fiscal stability
to the community. Southlake’s newly
developed town square is designed with
turn-of-the-century 1900s architecture, fea-
turing many upscale retail stores and
exclusive boutique niche shops. More
than 600 businesses call Southlake
home, and several medical centers have
established operations in Southlake.
The city’s parks and recreation facilities
are some of the best in the area, with
expansions of city softball, baseball, and
soccer facilities, and a citywide trail-build-ing campaign and the purchase of another 100 acres to allow for future growth.
School Districts: Birdville
Chamber of Commerce:
Median Home Price: $94,650
New parks, excellent schools and easy
access to everything from arts to airports
are only a few of the reasons why
families find the city of Watauga a great
place to call home.
Watauga offers easy access to Highway
35W, Loop 820 and State Highway 121.
Located less than 10 miles from Alliance
Airport and 20 miles from the Dallas/Fort
Worth International Airport, Watauga
provides a centralized location for residents
and businesses. The city has enjoyed strong
commercial growth that provides financial
stability to the community, and businesses
discover a progressive community that
encourages success. Watauga’s bond
rating was upgraded by Standard and
Poor’s from A+ to AA in 2009, confirming
the city’s financial stability.
More than 3,000 students attend schools
in the state-recognized Birdville and Keller
Independent School Districts. The city also
offers residents many options for private
school and daycare facilities.