Bedford—located in northeast Tarrant County, is part of the Mid-Cities region of Texas in a 30-mile stretch between Dallas and Fort Worth. Tarrant County is one of the fastest growing counties in the United States with a population of 1.8 million residents. The county’s economic base is diverse and it is a national leader in housing construction. Start shopping for homes for sale in Bedford, TX.
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Bedford, TX is a city that appreciates its history. As the city expands, it works to blend its history with the innovations of the future. For instance, the Old Bedford School—a carefully restored historic building, still stands as a testament to the city's heritage, hosting concerts, meetings and conventions. Yet, the city has recently opened a cutting-edge library where its residents can access books and technology. This shows the dedication to both preserving the past and embracing the future that the people of Bedford appreciate.
The city is located in the Dallas/Fort Worth real estate market. Locals live close to the big city while enjoying a more suburban lifestyle. If you are searching for properties away from an urban lifestyle, start your house hunt in the Bedford real estate market. Browse the newest real estate listings in Bedford, TX.
Those who love Bedford know that it is a well-rounded city. From the arts to the schools, people have what they need when they live here. Students in Bedford are served by the acclaimed Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District, and St. Vincent's Cathedral School is an available private school option. The district has a student enrollment of more than 19,500 students. Bedford, with its neighbors Hurst and Euless, combine to make up this school district. The Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District operates and maintains 19 elementary schools, five junior high schools, two traditional high schools, and one non-traditional high school.
Bedford is in close proximity to major colleges and universities. ATI Career Training Center, the University of Texas at Arlington, DeVry University, North Lake College, Lincoln College of Technology, Texas Wesleyan University, and Tarrant County College are less than 13 miles from Bedford. Find homes in Bedford by school district.
ONSTAGE in Bedford offers live shows, concerts and performances throughout the year, as well as theater classes for young actors. Seven community parks and a recreational center round out the offerings of the community and point to how well Bedford provides for its residents needs—both for recreation AND culture /education.
As the rest of the Mid-Cities region has expanded, so has Bedford's business opportunities. With multiple businesses moving here, the city is one that is poised for economic expansion. Bedford focuses much of its efforts on helping its businesses succeed by encouraging residents to shop local through its Shop Bedford First initiative. The end result is a thriving local economy.
According to city officials, the leading employers include Texas Health Resources Hurst-Euless-Bedford, Carter BloodCare, Wal-Mart, Warrantech, Beryl Companies, State National Insurance, the City of Bedford, Transamerica, the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District and Daystar. The Hurst-Euless-Bedford Economic Development Foundation works to strengthen business in the region as well as the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Chamber of Commerce.
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