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The City of Burleson is committed to making it a special community to live in, work in or visit. You will enjoy the friendliness of a small town coupled with the benefits of a growing, thriving city. Burleson has something for everyone. Shopping and dining in Burleson is an experience like no other. Choose from a diverse combination of contemporary and traditional businesses and stores for shopping. You will have no problem finding a quality meal in Burleson – the restaurants are the best around!
As for recreation, Burleson offers a variety of options. There are multiple baseball and softball fields, three golf courses, and a state-of-the-art recreation complex, which includes indoor and outdoor pools, water slides, fitness center and much more.
Burleson began when a railroad was planned from Fort Worth to Hillsboro in 1881 and established a depot on the townsite. Grenville M. Dodge, representing the railroad, purchased the land from Rev. Henry C. Renfro. As part of the agreement, Renfro was allowed to name the depot and called it Burleson, in honor of Dr. C. Burleson, his teacher and later president of Baylor University. Burleson residents enjoy low property taxes and very low crime rates. Burleson has been named one of the “100 Best Communities for Young People” by America’s Promise Alliance, one of the nation’s largest partnership organizations dedicated to youth and children.
The Dallas-Fort Worth area climate is humid subtropical with hot summers. Winters are mild. Periods of extreme cold that occasionally occur are short-lived, so that even in January mild weather occurs frequently. The highest temperatures of summer are associated with fair skies, westerly winds and low humidities. Characteristically, hot spells in summer are broken into three-to-five day periods by thunderstorm activity. Summer daytime temperatures frequently exceed 100°F.
Visit Lost Oak Winery and Sunset Winery, two award-winning wineries. Russell Farm Art Center features local artists on a century old rural property. Sports enthusiasts can golf at Hidden Creek or Southern Oaks golf courses. Burleson has 500+ acres of parks, including several bike paths and many designated bike lanes throughout the city. Old Town Burleson is a historically restored area where you will find first-class restaurants and shopping.
Shopping is plentiful in Burleson, you can choose from a combination of national retailers from big box stores to boutiques and gift shops.
Burleson Antique Mall – 2395 SW Wilshire Blvd # A – (817) 295-7890
The Market Emporium – 108 W Ellison St – (817) 447-0077
Pink Chandelier Boutique – 100 S Dobson St – (817) 447-5002
Old Town Burleson is a historically restored area where you will find nice restaurants offering great food and drinks in unique settings. Burleson eateries range from national chains, along with one-of-a-kind cafés and restaurants offering gourmet dining, and casual settings.
Fresco's Cocina Mexicana – 112 S Main St – (817) 426-9990
Spring Creek Barbeque – 13125 South Fwy – (817) 426-6335
Little Brother's Pizza – 811 NE Alsbury Blvd #625 – (817) 426-0345
Burleson is home to three wineries: Lost Oak Winery, Sunset Winery and D’Vine Wine. Each offers unique, award-winning wines along with tastings, live music or other special events geared for the setting and the season. In the Old Town, live music is varied and plentiful on weekends.
Lost Oak Winery – 8101 County Rd 802 – (817) 426-6625
Martin House Brewing Company – 220 S Sylvania Ave #209 – (817) 222-0177
No Frills Grill & Sports Bar – 4914 Little Rd – (817) 478-1766
There are plenty of education opportunities for Burleson area residents, from preschool to continuing education.
The Burleson Independent School District has a mission to engage and support every learner with a rigorous curriculum so that they graduate college or career ready.
Clinkscale Elementary School – 600 Blayke St – (817) 245-3900
Burleson High Schooll – 100 Elk Dr – (817) 245-0000
As of 2010-2014, the total population of Burleson is 39,335, which is 87.52% more than it was in 2000. The population growth rate is much higher than the state average rate of 25.13% and is much higher than the national average rate of 11.61%. The most prevalent race in Burleson is white, which represent 93.70% of the total population. Burleson median household income is $69,088 in 2010-2014 and has grown by 36.99% since 2000.
Its central US location, cost effective environment, highly skilled workforce, abundant labor pool, quality and plentiful education, and pro-business attitude help make Burleson and its surroundings an ideal location for any business. Major employers in the (Fort Worth) area are American Airlines, Lockheed Martin Tactical Aircraft Systems, Bell Helicopter Textron, Radio Shack Corporation, SABRE, Pier 1 Imports, and Burlington Northern Santa Fe. Emerging economic sectors in the new century include semiconductor manufacturing, communications equipment manufacturing, corporate offices, and distribution.
As a suburb of Fort Worth, Burleson has access to numerous excellent art galleries and museums. Fort Worth area has, over the years, also become something of an entertainment mecca, boasting numerous excellent concert and event venues, and superb theaters including the exquisite Bass Performance Hall. Three golf courses are located in or near Burleson, including Hidden Creek, the City’s newly designed 18-hole course. Burleson is also home to numerous fitness and recreation centers and has over 500 acres of parks, the beautiful, three-mile Oak Valley bike path, designated bike lanes in the city and numerous soccer and ball fields for all ages of play.
Russell Farm Art Center – 405 W County Rd 714 – (817) 295-7227
Burleson Heritage Foundation – 124 W. Ellison St. — (817) 447-1575
Amon Carter Museum of American Art – 3501 Camp Bowie Blvd – (817) 738-1933
Burleson is appealing to many because of its proximity to the Metroplex; low taxes; a family oriented environment; an outstanding school system; plentiful affordable land; more than 26 square miles of rolling hills, lakes and parks; and, it’s one of the fastest growing and desirable communities in the Metroplex. Burleson offers its growing population homes and lifestyles to fit anyone’s needs. Beautiful new apartment complexes have recently opened in the community. New construction in master-planned communities offer amenities such as private community pools and parks, while previously owned homes in established neighborhoods offer mature trees and landscaping, sidewalks or other family friendly features.
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