Northeast Tarrant County

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Northeast Tarrant County

Living in Northeast Tarrant county means you are just minutes from DFW International Airport and includes a diverse group of communities.  Westlake, Southlake, Keller, Colleyville, and Trophy Club are a cluster of affluent suburbs northeast of Fort Worth. They often appear on lists of the best places to live. Southlake is popular with executives relocating to the Dallas Region where the city is the hub for shopping, dining, and entertainment, and schools here are excellent.

Nearby, Grapevine is the oldest city in Tarrant County. Its unofficial motto is “Let Us Entertain You,” and with Grapevine Mills Mall; the Gaylord Texan Resort; Sea Life Grapevine Aquarium; the Great Wolf Lodge; Grapevine Lake, and many annual festivals and events. Home prices here are modest compared to Southlake. And they are more modest still in the Mid-Cities area, which comprises Hurst-Euless-Bedford (or HEB for short).

By The Numbers

Average Household Size2.582.58
Media Age4040.7
Median Household Income$79,022$86,313
Average Household Income$112,520$124,535
Per Capita Income$43,617$48,108

Race and Ethnicity

 2017 (%)2022 (%)
White Alone309,817 (78.3%)320,530 (75.8%)
Black Alone23,440 (5.9%)27,867 (6.6%)
American Indian Alone2,368 (0.6%)2,531 (0.6%)
Asian Alone23,575 (6%)29,105 (6.9%)
Pacific Islander Alone2,116 (0.5%)2,445(0.6%)
Some Other Race Alone21,636 (5.5%)25,238 (6%)
Two or More Races12,727 (3.2%)15,349 (3.6%)
Hispanic Origin (Any Race)64,512 (16.3%)77,276 (18.3%)

Educational Attainment (Population 25+)

Less Than 9th Grade2.7%
9th-12th Grade, No Diploma3.9%
High School Graduate16%
GED/Alternative Credential3.0%
Some College, No Degree23.3%
Associate Degree7.8%
Bachelor’s Degree29.5%
Graduate/Professional Degree13.8%

Household Expenditures (Average Annual Spend)

Apparel and Services$3,049
Entertainment and Recreation$4,295
Personal Care Products/Services$1,113