Shopping and Dining
Colleyville offers some of the best shopping and dining options in the region, including upscale boutiques, unique artisan shops, and a local farmers market. Briesly’s Boutique, Luxor Custom Jeweler’s, and The Pink Hanger can all be found in The Village at Colleyville. The Towne Square shopping center is home to Granite & Tile Outlet III, Starbucks, Subway, Smoothie King, and more. From Italian to Salvadoran, steakhouses and barbeque, Colleyville’s restaurants have something to please every palate. Rio Mambo, Bellissimo, Ruggeri’s, and Gloria’s Restaurant are several local favorites.
Parks and Recreation
Colleyville is home to 11 award-winning parks, greenbelts, and full-service recreational facilities, including an extensive trail system for walking, biking and jogging. The community parks feature such amenities as lighted baseball and softball fields, lighted tennis courts, basketball courts, horseshoe pits, ponds, playgrounds, open spaces, multi-use trails, a sand volleyball court, and a fishing pier.
McPherson Park includes an eco-friendly splash pad and Kidsville features a 10,000 sq. ft. children’s playground. The award-winning Pleasant Run Soccer Complex and Park covers 33-acres. Colleyville Center serves as the community’s cultural heart. An award-winning venue, the newly renovated center is the perfect place to host an event – whether it is a wedding or a business meeting. The center features nine acres of grounds, a landscaped garden plaza, patios, ponds, and a Grand Hall that can accommodate up to 250 guests. Ongoing recreational classes in Colleyville include Tai Chi, yoga, Zumba, Jazzercise, dance, Adventure Kidz Lego Mania and a variety of preschool programs.
Looking for something more? Dallas’s world-class museums and professional sports arenas are only a short drive away.
Though a predominately rural community, Colleyville’s location in the DFW metropolitan area has led to significant residential development over the past decade. Colleyville real estate includes single-family homes backing the greenbelt, luxury townhouses in the midst of Colleyville’s shops and dining establishments, properties with room for horses, and patio homes. There is also a lot of new construction. Median home cost as of 2017 is $580,000, but prices range considerably.
Schools, Health, Transportation
Rated a 9 on a 10-point scale by GreatSchools.com, the Grapevine Colleyville Independent School District provides exceptional educational services to the children of Colleyville. A few children on the outskirts of town are served by the Keller, Hurst-Euless-Bedford, Birdville, and Carroll Independent School Districts. The Covenant Christian Academy provides classical religious education to children from grades pre-K through grade 12. For higher education, the University of Texas at Arlington and Texas Christian University are the closest universities to Colleyville.
Colleyville has a number of medical, dental and veterinary offices. For more pressing or acute care, the Premier Urgent Care clinic on Colleyville Boulevard provides full-service, walk-in care to area residents. Residents can also travel 13 miles to the Arlington Memorial Hospital or head into Fort Worth to seek care at the Baylor All Saints Medical Center.
Major thoroughfares include Highway 26, Texas 121, and FM 3029 (Precinct Line Road). Highway 26 passes through the town’s center, which makes it an easy commute from Colleyville to Fort Worth. For air travel, Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport is an easy, 7-mile drive.
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