Keller is a city, which is located in the Tarrant County, Texas. The City of Keller was established as a settlement, after 1881, beside the Texas and Pacific rail track, running between Fort Worth and Texarkana. The oldest streets names of the city are still unchanged, as they were, carrying the history within them. According to the U.S. census, 2010, the city has a total land area of 18.4 sq mi and population of 39,627. The city is expanding rapidly in every direction.
This city was recorded as one of the ‘richest cities’ of U.S. with an average household income of $114,542 by American community survey. This city is known for its interesting history as well as impressive development in the present. According to magazine ‘Money’ it was listed as one of the ‘best places to live’ in U.S. The median of house cost in this city is $262,500.
The city crime rate is even lower than the average crime rate of ‘U.S. best place to live’. The personal crime rate (per 1000 persons) is 1 and property Crime rate for 1000 person is 11, while this count is 16 in average of ‘U.S. best places to live’.
The city has professional schools, colleges, universities within 30 miles of radius; as a result, 75% of the population has completed their college degree. Most of the children attend the Keller ISD public schools. The comparison between public and private school participation is 91.5/8.5.
Expect for all the amenities that every city offers ( library, community hall etc.), Keller also provides the facilities of not one but several fire stations, police station, senior activity centre etc. Unlike other cities, Keller has demonstrated its concern towards ‘growing green’. The city has appointed two different volunteer groups, whose job is, educating people about environmental conservation, reducing and managing waste and conserving resources.