Communities / Keller, Texas

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Keller, Texas

suburban • southwest, USA

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Spread across 336 developed park acres, Keller offers many walking trails for young and old.
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About Keller

A northern suburb of Fort Worth, Keller lies within Tarrant County, a portion of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Immerse yourself in one of two business districts, historic Old Town Keller or the Urban Keller Town Center, before exploring one of Keller’s 11 outdoor recreational areas spread across 336 acres. Walk one of several park trails while viewing sculptures within the Art in the Parks program. Discover artistic talent through the Keller Public Arts program, which contains 15 permanent sculptures and a changing art gallery at Keller Town Hall. Enjoy aquatics, athletics, fitness programs, and summer camps at The Keller Pointe, a family friendly recreational facility featuring a 16,970-square foot aquatics center, complete with indoor/outdoor pools, water slides, lazy rivers, and a splash pad. Check out Keller Notarium and join swimming or diving lessons, water aerobics, or lifeguard certification courses. Hungry from all that activity? Dine at unique, locally owned restaurants and enjoy a night on the town, whether it’s an after-dinner wine tasting or a couple’s dance class. Less than 30 minutes away, the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport offers flights to many popular destinations including Orlando, Fresno, Atlanta, Chicago and Phoenix.

Population

45,776

Internet Speed Rating

1000 Mbps

Closest Airport

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport • 15 mi

Weather (High/Low)

96 / 36

Median Home Value (3BR, 2BA)

$560,493

FUN FACT


Frequently named on CNN/Money Magazine’s list of “Top 100 Places to Live — America’s Best Small Towns,” Keller was named after John C. Keller, a foreman for the Texas Pacific Railroad. Settled in the 1850s, Keller’s economy prospered after the town became an official railway stop.
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