Keller is a city located in Tarrant County, Texas, with a population of approximately 47,000 people as of 2020. The city covers an area of approximately 18.4 square miles and is located about 18 miles northeast of Fort Worth. The demographics of Keller are predominantly white, with a median age of 40 years old. The median household income in Keller is around $126,000, and the average home price is around $450,000.
Keller is known for its excellent public schools, with many receiving top ratings from organizations such as GreatSchools.org. The Keller Independent School District serves the city, and there are several elementary, middle, and high schools located within the city limits. Additionally, there are several private schools in the area.
One of the main draws of Keller is its proximity to Fort Worth and Dallas, as well as its easy access to major highways such as I-35 and I-820. This makes it easy for residents to commute to work or enjoy the many cultural and entertainment options available in the larger cities.
There are also plenty of things to do within the city of Keller itself, with several parks and recreational areas available for residents to enjoy. The Bear Creek Park and Nature Center is a popular destination for hiking and nature lovers, while the Keller Pointe recreation center offers swimming, fitness, and sports facilities.
For those interested in shopping and dining, the Keller Town Center is a bustling area with many restaurants, shops, and businesses. The city also hosts several annual events and festivals, including the Keller Farmers Market and the Keller Crawfish Krawl.
The Chamber of Commerce for Keller is located at 420 Johnson Road, and can be reached at (817) 431-2169. The City Hall for Keller is located at 1100 Bear Creek Parkway, and can be reached at (817) 743-4000.