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The Tarrant County city of Watauga offers a safe environment for families, with plenty of green space, and easy commuting options. The schools are highly rated too. And if you want to go back in time, you can step inside the Presbyterian church that was built more than 100 years ago.

Cherokee Indians were the first residents of Watauga and then settlers from Tennessee arrived in the mid 1800s. Watauga was incorporated as a city in 1958.

Convenient to shopping, dining, and recreational activities, Watauga offers a high quality of life at an affordable rate.

Watauga By the Numbers

Median Age37
Median Household Income77,638

White Alone14,44560.4%
Black Alone1,3225.5%
American Indian Alone940.4%
Asian Alone1,4756.2%
Some Other Race Alone790.3%
Two or More Races4151.7%
Hispanic Origin (any race)6,05125.3%

Less Than 9th Grade3.4%
9th-12th Grade - No Diploma6.9%
High School Graduate26.7%
GED/ Alternative Credential5.9%
Some College - No Degree26.7%
Associate Degree8.9%
Bachelor's Degree18.8%
Graduate/ Professional Degree0.1%