Welcome to Colleyville
Colleyville started as a rural community. The first significant settlement began in the 1850s with Samuel Witten who also became one of the founders of the spring garden community. It was not until January 1956, that Colleyville was incorporated.
The city today with a population of over 27,500 touches Grapevine and Euless to the east, Bedford and Hurst to the south, Keller and North Richland Hills to the west, and Southlake to the north. Texas State Highway 121 runs along a portion of the edge of Colleyville, while Texas State Highway 26 (Colleyville Boulevard) runs through the city from southwest to northeast.
Colleyville is great for families as there many kids who already live here making it a city that revolves around kid-friendly activities that promote socialization. There are also activities for adults where Colleyville offers a rural feel full of nature parks and hiking trails along with the city feel of restaurants and coffee shops. The Cotton Belt Trail is an 11-mile cycle and footpath parallel to Colleyville.
Colleyville is desirable due to great neighborhoods, people, and the school system plus new and existing homes for sale where some have large backyards while others have pools and some are available for rent. The city has seen a job market increase of 2.7% over the last two years and job growth is predicted to grow much larger in the next 10 years. Sales tax is 8.25% and the median household income is $151,169 per year.