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16 miles north of Downtown Fort Worth, Haslet’s city limits are adjacent to I-35W.


  • Population: 2,035

  • % Built-out: 70% of available sites

  • Average Home Price: $574,000

  • Average Household Income: $132,188



  • Low property tax rate of 29 cents per $100

  • Community Wide Events




Located only 16 miles north of Downtown Fort Worth, Haslet is known for large lots, horses, and a sense of community. The city is located in a high-growth area with excellent connectivity to the Metroplex’s amenities and offers proximity to many fast-growing residential developments to support new small business ventures.

In other words:  Haslet Has It.  Community.  Convenience. Commerce.

Community.  Haslet is characterized by its low-density, high-quality living, and semi-rural environment. With 7 subdivisions under construction, residents and leaders continue to encourage a vision to maintain the current standard of living, encourage large lot, high-end development and preserve the open space and rural character that define Haslet.

Convenience.  Haslet residents enjoy the benefits of small-town living combined with access to the thriving business, cultural and social districts of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. A quiet, family-oriented community, Haslet’s 12 square mile jurisdiction is almost 70% developed and characterized primarily by custom, estate and ranchette residential living.

Commerce. Haslet enjoys a solid industrial base supported by smaller commercial and retail developments. Currently, Haslet is home to several large companies providing jobs and tax base for the community. The city also boasts prime areas for future development of retail and commercial sites along I-35W and Haslet Parkway (under construction.).

Haslet is served by the Northwest Independent School District, one of the largest and fastest growing districts in the state.  NISD’s mission: in collaboration with students, families, communities, and global partners, will engage in a culture of learning that prepares all students to confidently navigate their future. Haslet Elementary opened its new campus in the LeTara subdivision this year, and a new middle school is currently under construction as well.

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