shores of Eagle Mountain Lake, Azle offers
a variety of housing options in a variety of
price ranges from assisted living facilities,
apartments, to single-family homes.
Azle is 8. 2 square miles and is located
on the Tarrant/Parker County line along
State Hwy. 199. Its close location to
Eagle Mountain Lake is perfect for water
enthusiasts, while those who enjoy a day
spent on the links will appreciate the
municipal 18-hole Cross Timbers Golf
Course in the newly annexed western
portion of the city.
Azle Independent School District supports
a 5,800 plus student population attending
one high school, two junior high, two
middle schools, five elementary, and one
alternative education campus. The district
boasts National Merit finalists, semi-finalists
and commended students each year.
Private and parochial schools in the area
provide additional educational options.
accessible, while residents who settle
here can still enjoy the benefits of country
stationary bikes, babysitting, and towel
service. The Benbrook Library also recently
moved into a new $350,000 facility.
Azle operates as a home-rule city, which
supports a Council/City Manager form of
government. Citizens can assist in directing
the future of the city by volunteering to sit
on one of the many boards and commissions that provide suggestions to the City
Council on a variety of issues.
Golf enthusiasts will enjoy teeing off at the
Whitestone Golf Course, a beautiful 18-
hole course located on 150 acres of
gorgeous, rolling terrain. Only 2. 5 miles
south of I- 20 on Highway 377 South and
15 minutes from downtown Fort Worth,
Whitestone is one of the area’s newest
golf courses. Benbrook residents receive
a 10 percent discount on greens fees.
School District: Fort Worth &
School Districts: Grapevine/
Colleyville, Keller and Hurst-Euless-
Chamber of Commerce:
As a community, Benbrook is one of the
oldest in Tarrant County, but as an incorporated city, it is one of the youngest.
Home to more than 22,000, Benbrook is
located within the Fort Worth
Independent School District. Residents
tend to be affluent, with a median family
income almost 50 percent higher than the
Fort Worth average. The economy is
diversified, with industries in aerospace,
electronics, steel fabrication, telecommunications, banking, and printing. New
home developments currently underway
in Benbrook include Whitestone Ranch,
Whitestone Heights, and Team Ranch.
Team Ranch is a master-planned community of 470 acres that will eventually
include six different developments.
Chamber of Commerce:
Median Home Price: $135,750
Considered the southwestern gateway to
the metroplex, Benbrook provides excellent
recreational opportunities, strong schools,
a pro-business government, and one of
the lowest crime rates in Tarrant County.
Benbrook’s prime location makes cultural
and sporting events in the DFW area easily
Besides the lake amenities of sailing, skiing,
fishing, and swimming, Benbrook also
offers a $4 million community center.
Operated by the YMCA, the center
includes an indoor 6-lane pool, gymnasium,
indoor suspended running track, aerobics
studio, free weights, indoor climbing wall,
fully equipped locker room, meeting
rooms, aerobic classes, treadmills and
Median Home Price: $420,000
Named by Money magazine as one of
the “ 100 Best Towns in America,”
Colleyville residents are proud of their
city’s quality of life. Located in the heart of
the Dallas/Fort Worth area, Colleyville
offers the best of both worlds: big city