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Fort Worth Demographics

The population of Fort Worth is estimated at 703,073
There are 211,165 households within the city limits
The average income per household is $47,104
People who live in Fort Worth use the area code 817 (Find any phone number in Fort Worth here)

Famous People Who Have Lived in Fort Worth

Larry Hagman, Bill Paxton, Willie Nelson, Kelly Clarkson, Rex Reed, Liz Smith, Ben Hogan, and Robert Yale Lary.

Fort Worth History - Important Notes

Fort Worth started off as a cattle center and training post, which led to the area being commonly referred to as "Cowtown".

During the 1800's a panther was said to be loose on the streets of Fort Worth. A nearby newspaper dubbed the spot "Panther City" and the animal became a common logo for local sports teams and retailers.

In the early days of Fort Worth, one part of town was so notorious for bars, rowdy cowboys and bawdy theaters that it earned the nickname "Hell's Half Acre".

Fort Worth is home to the infamous Texas Motor Speedway

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Things to do in Fort Worth

Experience an old fashioned rodeo at the Cowtown Coliseum
Get a taste of 19th century Texas at Log Cabin Village
Check out the local sports teams, including the: Fort Worth Brahmas (Hockey), Fort Worth Cats (Minor League Baseball), and the Fort Worth Flyers(Minor League Basketball)
Enjoy the tranquility of the Fort Worth Botanic Garden
Bring the family on the Forest Park Miniature Railroad
Spend a day at the world's largest honkey tonk: Billy Bob's Texas

Important Addresses & Phone Numbers in Fort Worth

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Business:

Visitor Center
Fort Worth Meacham International Airport
Alliance Airport
Fort Worth Convention Center
Stockyards Stables
Texas Christian University
St Patrick Cathedral
Hulen Mall
Colonial Country Club
Texas Brahmas Hockey

Address:

130 E Exchange Ave, Fort Worth, TXchalne d 76164
4201 N. Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76106
2221 Alliance Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76177
1111 Houston St, Fort Worth, TX 76102
128 E Exchange Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76164
2800 S University Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76129
1206 Throckmorton St, Fort Worth, TX 76102
4800 S Hulen St, Fort Worth, TX 76132
3735 Country Club Cir, Fort Worth, TX 76109
8851 Ice House Dr,, North Richland Hills, TX 76164

Phone Number:

817-624-4741
817-871-5400
817-890-1000
817-884-2222
817-624-3446
817-257-7000
817-332-4915
817-294-1200
817-927-4200
817-605-0139

About Fort Worth

William Jenkins Worth was a beloved General who wanted to build several forts near the Trinity River. The General passed away before the project could be carried out, but his plan went forward anyway after General William S. Harney took over the mission and sent Major Ripley A. Arnold out to build one large Fort in that area. It would be known as Fort Worth, and the name would stick when the area became incorporated as a town and later a city.

After the Civil War, Fort Worth lost a large portion of its population and the town was at risk of disappearing. Over the next few years so large general stores opened in the area, and 1884 brought the town the Fort Worth National Bank. Slowly the area began to grow again, largely because it offered the last stop for cattlemen who were taking the Chisholm Trail to Kansas.

Fort Worth started off as a rowdy and often violent place, but as more businesses and families moved to the area, things finally started to settle down. Today the city is home to a large population, a variety of major industries, and one of the largest international airports in the world.