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Boundaries and History of Collyville, TX
Colleyville is an affluent suburb of Fort Worth that is located in northeast Tarrant County, Texas. It’s roughly 3.5 miles west of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
North: (west to east) The north boundary follows Big Bear Creek until turning north near the east edge of Timmaron County Club. From there, the boundary heads east for 1.5 miles. Eastern Boundary: (north to south) The boundary turns southeast (in a curving manner) crossing Colleyville Blvd. and aligning with Pool Road. The boundary then moves south past Hill-Johnson Road. It creates a “notch” by following Summertree Lane & Willow Lane, north to Birch Avenue, then east to Highway 121, then south to Glade Blvd. It turns west for 1 mile, then south following Heritage Ave. to Cheek-Sparger Road. Southern Boundary: (east to west) begins on the southeast corner of the city, at the intersection of Heritage Ave. & Cheek-Sparger Road. The boundary goes directly west (along Cheek-Sparger Rd) it creates a notch at Woodmont Court, west along Britol Ct., north along Fox Hollow Drive, then west to Brown Trail. A 2nd notch is formed as the boundary heads south along Bowman Trail, then west along Quail Crest Drive. West Boundary: (south to north) Then west boundary heads north along Brentwood Drive to Mid Cities Blvd. Then it follows Collyville Blvd and Mill Valley Drive. It turns north along both Dustin Tr. and Rustic Tr. Then it turns west along Trails End Circle, north along Precinct Line Road to the northwest corner of the City.
History Of Collyville, TX
Colleyville (previously known as Coleysville), is a suburb of Fort Worth in northeastern Tarrant County. It is bounded on the north by Southlake, on the west by Richland Hills and Hurst, on the east by Grapevine and Euless, and on the south by Bedford.
The area was first settled in the 1850s, when the communities of Spring Garden, Pleasant Run, Pleasant Glade, and Red Rock (later Bransford) eventually developed in an area that is now within the city limits of Colleyville. Howard Colley, a physician and a native of Missouri, moved to Texas in 1880 and settled in Bransford soon after. He practiced in the area for forty years.
His name became associated with a community that grew up around a store founded in 1914 south of Bransford. The surrounding area gradually came to be known as Coleysville and, later, Colleyville. The primary reason for Colleyville’s growth has been its proximity to Fort Worth, where most of its residents have been employed. The earliest reported population for Colleyville was 25 in 1936, when the town had 2 businesses. By 1945 its population had increased to 40.
Colleyville was incorporated on January 10, 1956, and by 1958 a population of 100 was recorded. By 1964 the city had 1,491 residents and thereafter continued to grow, for a time by about +3,000 residents per decade. In the early 1980s, the town became divided over the issue of development, with one group wanting to limit new construction to expensive, single-family homes on large lots, and the other group wanting smaller lots and multifamily housing. In 1990 the population of Colleyville was 12,724, and in 2000 it grew to 19,636. In 2010, Collyville’s population was 23,000. Today, Collyville is one of the most affluent cities in the DFW metro area.
Source: Handbook of Texas Online, John G. Johnson, “Colleyville, TX,” accessed February 07, 2017, http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/HFC12.