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Boundaries and History of North Richland Hills, TX
Boundaries of North Richland Hills, TX:
North Richland Hills is along State highways 26, 183, and 820 — 8 miles west of the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport in northeastern Tarrant County.
North: The northern boundary begins at Rufe Snow Drive and Bursey Road — which is the northwest corner of the City. East 1 mile on Bursey Road, directly north (aligning to the north / south portion of) Continental Trail to North Terrant Parkway. East to Smithfield Road, north to Shady Grove Road, east to Clay Hibbons Road, north to (just north of) Trails Edge Drive to (.25 mile east) of Davis Blvd. (just north of) Precinct Line Road — which is the northeast corner of the City.
East: Precinct Line Road south to Grapevine Highway, southwest .5 mile, directly south to Bedford Euless Road — which is the southeast corner of the City.
South: At southeast corner of City (described just above) West on Bedford Euless Road, moving (north of) TX 183 and continuing west to to Align (and south of) Grove Street. South of TX 183 and following (just west of) NE Loop 820 to Glenview Drive, west to align (to the end of) Vivian Lane. North to Blvd. 26 to Grapevine Highway.
Southwest on Grapevine Highway to Broadway Ave., west to Willowcrest Drive, north 100 feet to (aligning to) Edwards Street. West 1 mile to (.25 mile west of Tourist Drive), north to Webster Street, west to N. Hills Drive — which is the southwest corner of the City.
West: North on 377 / Denton Highway to Palmer Drive. East to Big Fossil Creek, south .25 mile, east 1 mile. North along the (east side of) Diamond Lakes Country Club Golf Course to Royal Court. East to (west of) Shady Lake Drive, north to Tosca Dr., west to Big Fossil Creek. Following the creek to (just south of) a creek dividing the Golf Course, then following the creek to TX 121.
Moving north of TX 121 to (just west of) Greenview Ct. North to Browing Drive, east to (just west of) Southern Hills Drive. North to (just north of) Torrey Pines Drive, east to Rufe Snow Drive, north to Bursey Rd. — which is the northwest corner of the City.
History of North Richland Hills
The area was agricultural until 1950, when Clarence Jones developed his farm into a residential neighborhood and named it North Richland Hills (in imitation of an adjacent successful development to the south). The city was incorporated by election in 1953.
During the 1980s North Richland Hills had a broad business base, manufacturing everything from computers to mattresses. Other businesses included Walker Construction Company, Sanger Harris (Foley’s retail), Graham Magnetics (magnetic tape), Bates Containers, Allied Northeast Bank, Interfirst Bank, and the Bank of North Texas. The Mid-Cities Daily News and the North Hills News were the local papers.
In 1990 the Birdville Independent School District had 6 elementary schools, 1 junior high, and 1 senior high within North Richland Hills. In addition, there were several denominational schools, and 22 churches. The city boundary ran through the northeast campus of Tarrant County Junior College.
A municipal complex was built in 1960 and expanded in 1987 to house the: police department, water department, and NRH city administration. A second civic center of 87,000 square feet housed the city library and the Parks and Recreation Department. The theater in the building was home to the North East Fine Arts League.
In 1958 North Richland Hills’ estimated population was 7,000. By 1970 it was around 15,735. The population grew to 23,265 in 1980, 46,157 in 1990, 57,351 in 2000 and 63,507 in 2010.
SOURCE: Handbook of Texas Online, Jane Dunkelberg, “North Richland Hills, TX,” accessed February 20, 2017, http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/HDN02.