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Fort Worth At A Glance



Population:
  833,319 - 16th largest city in the nation
Location:  Located in central Texas, Fort Worth makes up the western half of the Dallas/Fort Worth MSA
Beginnings:  The city was established in 1849 as an Army outpost overlooking the Trinity River.

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Paving The Way For Business Growth

The State of Texas, Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, City of Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Tarrant County College and Workforce Solutions work collaboratively to identify financial incentives to support businesses relocating or expanding in the Fort Worth area. 

Incentive opportunities include:

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Education

The Top Of Its Class

Education is a priority in Fort Worth, where advanced learning programs begin at the earliest levels and continue throughout high school and some of the country’s best-known higher education institutions.

Want to know more about Fort Worth’s education institutions, click here.

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Looking for Economic Development Events?

The Fort Worth Chamber's Economic Development Department works in coordination with organizations such as the City of Fort Worth, World Affairs Council, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Dallas Regional Chamber, North Texas Commission, and U.S. Department of Commerce to bring domestic and international opportunities to area businesses. 

Below are some events to look for in the upcoming months:

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Plenty To See & Do

Fort Worth offers an unparalleled quality of life.  World-class museums, upscale living, unique shops, restaurants and entertainment venues all help to make Fort Worth one of the top destinations in the country in which to live and work. 

Median Household Income: $55,888
Median Home Price: $121,900
Cost Of Living Index: 95 (U.S. Avg. 100)
For a list of area attractions, click here.


Demographic Snapshot

 
 

To view more archived economic indicators, see Monthly Demographic Snapshot.


Around the DFW Metroplex


The Dallas/Fort Worth region, home to over 6.6 million people, is located in North Central Texas.  Fort Worth is the second largest city in the Metroplex, located just west of Dallas. If you’re planning to visit or relocate, the area spans several counties with numerous cities and suburbs.

Industry Clusters

Fort Worth’s central location, diverse economy and skilled workforce continues to draw interest from all industry clusters, but the city is internationally known for these clusters:

  • Aviation & Aerospace

  • Corporate & Professional Operations

  • Life Sciences

  • Logistics

  • Manufacturing

  • Natural Gas

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Life Sciences Corporates & Professional Operations Manufacturing Logistics Natural Gas Aviation & Aerospace

Look Who's Making Headlines 

Fort Worth and Dallas Regional Chambers Announce DFW Region’s Unified Response to Amazon’s HQ2 Request for Proposal Untitled Article

The DFW Region has submitted a unified response to Amazon’s request for proposal (RFP) for the location of its second headquarters. The submittal fulfills Amazon’s request for a sing...
10/19/2017 — Read More »

Dallas Mayor, North Texas Business Executives Leading International Trade Mission to China and South Korea
Local leaders to showcase economic development, business opportunities and tourism benefits Meetings in Shanghai, Seoul to promote DFW as prime region for companies expanding internati...
10/13/2017 — Read More »

 


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