At the heart of Northeast Tarrant County is a four-city area that includes Haltom City, North Richland Hills, Richland Hills and Watauga. This four-city area continues to grow at a tremendous rate, an on-going result of years of collaboration and planning by city officials, education leaders and area businesses. A focused and determined pro-business, pro-education and pro-quality of life approach by area leaders, combined with a right to work state, low taxes and a strong labor force has propelled Northeast Tarrant County into the best place to do business and the best place to call home.
World class businesses like American Airlines, AT&T, Bell Helicopter, Chesapeake Energy, Coca-Cola, Con-Way Freight, Coors Distributing and many others enjoy a business environment that is welcoming, responsive and collaborative. Local city and government leaders are accessible, educational facilities are world-class and business leaders work together to make the area great.
Further bolstering the economic development of the area is the current North Tarrant Express project, a cooperative Texas Department of Transportation and multi-city development that expands the critical Northeast Tarrant area corridor extending from I-35 West in Ft Worth to DFW Airport. Set for completion in 2015, this $2.5 billion undertaking will provide for the anticipated traffic growth in the region and adds to the impressive list of economic opportunities this area offers.
For area residents, Northeast Tarrant County has everything. Boasting both new, residential communities as well as established neighborhoods, the family-friendly cities of Haltom City, North Richland Hills, Richland Hills and Watauga offer outstanding housing values and outstanding housing choices.