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HALTOM CITY, TEXAS

Tarrant County, Central Texas North

3248'58"N 9716'18"W (32.816129, -97.271634).

U.S. Highway 377
About 4 Miles NE of Fort Worth the county seat
Adjoining North Richland Hills
Population: 44,361 Est. (2016)
42, 409 (2010) 39,018 (2000) 32,856 (1990)

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History on a Pinhead

No 19th Century history. Haltom City developed around defense plants during WWII and post war manufacturing. From only an estimated 200 residents in the late 1940s, the suburb of Ft. Worth grew to nearly 6,000 in ten short years.

It had grown to just over 32,000 in the 1960s but dropped to just under 30.000 in the mid 1970s. The 1990 census counted over 32,000 and for 2010, the population was over 42,000.

See Birdville (absorbed into Haltom City)


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Haltom, Texas Nearby Towns:
Fort Worth the county seat
Dallas
See Tarrant County | Central Texas North

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