Quick Facts / Information about Colleyville, Texas

Information about Colleyville’s location, population, household income, housing values and more is listed below.

Location:

  • Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex
  • 16 miles from the Fort Worth CBD
  • 5 miles from D/FW Airport

2010 City of Colleyville Population:  22,550

  • 2010 Tarrant County Population:  1,807,750
  • 2010 Nine County Urban Area Population:  6,293,700
  • 2010 Extended Metro Population:  6,637,230

2009 Average Household Income:  $166,063
New Building permits:

Year         Commercial          Residential

  • 2000                 9                     232
  • 2001                13                    165
  • 2002                17                    138
  • 2003                21                    161
  • 2004                17                    280
  • 2005                39                    267
  • 2006                33                    221
  • 2007                22                    156
  • 2008                17                    119

2010 City of Colleyville Property Tax Rate:  $.3559

  • 2010 Tarrant County Property Tax Rate:  $.264
  • 2010 Tarrant County College Property Tax Rate:  $.13767
  • 2010 Tarrant County Hospital Property Tax Rate:  $.227897
  • 2010 School District Property Tax Rates:
    • Grapevine-Colleyville ISD:  $1.29
    • Birdville ISD:  $1.405
    • Hurst Euless Bedford ISD:  $1.295453
    • Keller ISD:  $1.4863

2010 City of Colleyville Sales Tax Rate:  2.00%

  • 2010 Economic Development Corporation Sales Tax Rate:  2.0%
  • 2010 Crime Control District Sales Tax Rate:  .5%
  • 2010 State Sales Tax Rate:  6.25%
  • 2010 Combined Sales Tax Rate:  8.25%
Community Facilities:
  • Parks – 11 award-winning parks and greenbelts, full service recreational facilities
  • Library – full service
  • Colleyville Center – special events

Major thoroughfares:

  • Texas 26 (Colleyville Blvd)
  • Texas 121
  • FM 3029 (Precinct Line Road)

Information provided by City of Colleyville (www.colleyville.com).

REAL ESTATE RECOVERY IN 2012?

SOUTHLAKE, TEXAS – Indicators point toward a much stronger real estate market for DFW and North Texas in 2012.


Foreclosure filings were down 26 percent in January in the Dallas Ft Worth area from the first month of 2011. It’s the biggest year-over-year decline in more than 2 years.
George Roddy, CEO of Addison-based Foreclosure Listing Service

New home starts may increase 15% from last year.
Dallas Morning News, February 9, 2012

North Texas’ population growth led the nation with more than 146,000 new residents in N. Texas area from 2008 to 2009 (latest figures available).
North Texas Commission

Nationwide housing affordability during the third quarter of 2011 hovered near its highest level in more than 20 years.
National Association of Homebuilders

Mortgage interest rates are at an historic low – the lowest since World War II.
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac).

“Housing sector (is) now, potentially, a source of growth”.
Harvey Rosenblum, Executive Vice President & Director of Research, Dallas Federal Reserve, in a presentation to the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce

Homes put under contract for sale in January 2012 (contract pending) were up more than 19% over January 2011.
The Ebby Halliday Companies

Mary Frances

February 2012, Events in Grapevine, Texas

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Spend February in Grapevine!  With a variety of events, you’re sure to find something for the whole family.
FEATURED FEBRUARY EVENTS
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Sweetheart Wine Trail
Grapevine Wine Trail
February 11 & 12, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
$45 in advance, $50 at the door – per person
Come join in the fun on the Grapevine Wine Trail.  This month, celebrate your sweetheart as you sample some of Grapevine’s premier wines.  Participants receive three wine tastings at each of Grapevine’s participating winery tasting rooms, large crystal souvenir wine glass, food samplings and a premium bottle of Texas wine.
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Grapevine Opry – This is Elvis:  Curtain Call
Palace Arts Center, 300 S. Main St.
February 11, 7:30 p.m.
$25 per person

An electric night presented by one of the most dynamic, show-stopping Elvis Tribute Artists in existence!  The evening will be filled with emotional highs and dramatic lows befitting of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll himself!  Nathan Belt once again proves why he is considered one of the top 5 ETA performers in the world, made bittersweet by the fact that this may very well be his final Elvis curtain-call performance.  A true event!

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Summer Santa – A Tribute to Love – Starring Paul Salos as Frank Sinatra
Palace Arts Center, 300 S. Main St.
February 12, Reception, 6 p.m. | Concert, 7 p.m.
$50 & $75 per person – benefiting the 2012 Summer Santa camp program

Let Summer Santa entertain you at an early Valentine celebration! Take your sweetheart to the “A Tribute to Love Concert.”  You’ll see Paul Salos from “America’s Got Talent” as Frank Sinatra.

FEATURED HOTEL PACKAGE
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Embassy Suites Romance Package
2401 Bass Pro Drive
Romance Packages

Spend a delightful weekend with your beloved in Grapevine. Grapevine is the perfect couple’s getaway complete with more than 200 restaurants, premier shopping and fabulous hotels. Make a memorable romantic getaway with your true love in Grapevine with many fun, romantic events and fine dining options coupled with extraordinary hotel rates.

This month enjoy a romantic getaway at the Embassy Suites DFW North – Outdoor World! Relax in a two-room suite with a bottle of sparkling wine and chocolate covered strawberries. The Romance Package also includes a complimentary in-house movie, turn down service and a 1 p.m. checkout the following day.  For reservations, please call 972-724-2600.

FEATURED SHOPPING AND DINING
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Bermuda Gold
412 S. Main St.


A family-owned, local custom design jewelry store, Bermuda Gold & Silver has been located on Main Street since 1983.

Bermuda Gold has “old world integrity” but is ahead of the times in fashion and design.  With a focus on excellent service and personal attention that is equal to none, Bermuda Gold can help you find the perfect Valentine’s Day gift.

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Unwind the Vine

The exit may have changed, but our doors are still open! Enter to win free prizes, give-aways and contest, just for shopping in Grapevine!  All you have to do is SHOP at any participating Grapevine businesses along the DFW Connector zone, STAMP your card at each visit and REPEAT until you’ve completed the card and trade it in for another one.

Each completed card will be entered into a monthly drawing held by the Grapevine Chamber of Commerce.  To enter, simply leave your completed card where you receive the 10th stamp and pick up a new card.  Winners will be notified by email or phone.

ALSO HAPPENING IN FEBRUARY
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Grapevine Vintage Railroad
Cotton Belt Depot
705 S. Main St.
Beginning February 18, the Grapevine Vintage Railroad begins 2012 with regularly scheduled service to the Fort Worth Stockyards.  See website for times and to purchase tickets.

Upcoming Spring Events:
Spring Fling – Bring the kids and enjoy spring break on the Grapevine Vintage Railroad March 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16.
Jazz Wine Train – There’s nothing better than good jazz, fine wine and a trip back in time.  On March 30 and 31, join this one-of-a-kind grand excursion featuring Grapevine Wines, various delectable foods and live jazz.
A Day Out With Thomas – This family-friendly event offers aspiring engineers and their families the unique opportunity to take a ride with the classic storybook engine Thomas the Tank EngineTM at regional heritage railroads across the country. April 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 & 22.

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Palace Arts Center
300 S. Main St.

Zack King Band
February 24, – 7:30 p.m.
$15.00 & $10.00 per person

Grapevine’s own Zack King returns for his 3rd Annual Palace Arts Center performance and he’s bringing the full band with him! Many have seen Zack, drummer Rob Fenton and bassist Kevin Strang perform their Texas-tinged rock and have even experienced their “Unplugged” singer-songwriter shows right here in their hometown. But it’s the high-energy Full Band, including horns, gospel singers, percussionists, backing guitarists and keyboards that really cranks up the excitement at the Palace. After last year’s sell-out show, we suggest getting your tickets early!


Grapevine Opry:
One of the premier live country music shows in the nation, the Grapevine Opry has established a tradition of excellence seldom equaled for this type show in the country music industry. With one of the most acclaimed house bands in the Southwest, the high energy, spontaneous format of every show perfectly compliments the truly great music for which the venue is known.

  • Country Music Showcase – February 4
  • Nathan Belt & Friends – February 10
  • This is Elvis: Curtain Call – February 11
  • Country Music Showcase – February 18
  • Give it to me Strait – George Strait – February 25

Friday Movie Series:

  • The Odd Couple – February 3
  • Somewhere in Time– February 14
  • The Way We Were– February 17
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Grapevine Convention Center
1209 S. Main St.
The Grapevine Convention Center hosts a variety of consumer shows each month that are open to the public. February’s events include:

  • Divine Consignment – February 19 & 20
  • AKS Gem Show – February 24, 25 & 26

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Melange Musical
First United Methodist Church
422 S. Church St.
February 12 – 8 p.m.
Suggested donation $15
This Grapevine-based professional chamber music ensemble, will present a two
hour classical music concert featuring the popular Mozart and
Herzogenberg Piano Quintets, the Poulenc Trio and the Schumann Fairytale
Trio. The musicians will include founding members Susanna Hilliard
(oboe) and Iris Messinger (viola) with special guest artists Robin Korevaar
(clarinet), Howard Hilliard (horn), Peter Unterstein (bassoon) and Michael
Schneider (piano). Outstanding music historian Carol Reynolds will speak
during the program.