Tarrant County is the 7th fastest growing county in the United States and investment into Northeast Tarrant County is everywhere.

Billions of dollars have been invested into new road infrastructure through the North Tarrant Express Project. Both Birdville and Keller ISDs are building new schools and upgrading all their campuses through bond packages of $163.2M and $169.5M respectively. The new Tarrant County Northeast Courthouse and the new North Richland Hills City Hall are both great examples of long-term investment is area infrastructure. In addition, TEXRail has broken ground on two new stops in North Richland Hills (Smithfield and Iron Horse) as well as in North Fort Worth. Belknap Street and Rufe Snow Drive are both in the middle on major renovations. Plus, big plans are in the works for the developing areas of Haltom City at Haltom Road and 820. Richland Hills is building a new Community Center called The Link and everywhere you look, there are fantastic new businesses moving into the area - i.e. Fuel City Haltom City, Babe's Chicken Dinner House, and Total Shooting Sports.

The Northeast Tarrant Chamber received an insider look at why the investment continues to pour into our area and how this investment in infrastructure sets us up for the future!

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