The 2017 Tarrant County Moving Guide

Moving Guide

Disclosure :: The “ 2017 Tarrant County Moving Guide” is brought to you by the Fort Worth Moms Blog and Carley J. Moore of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty. Thank you to our sponsors who made this guide possible! 

The Fort Worth Moms Blog fields questions all the time about moving to Tarrant County. We wanted to create a guide where our readers could find all they need to know about moving to the area. Whether it’s Fort Worth, Arlington, Southlake, or Saginaw, we hope this is a helpful resource as you make moving plans for your family! Welcome to Texas!


Carley J. Moore

Carley Moore was named one of Fort Worth Business’ 40 Under 40 for 2016. She also earned recognition as the #1 Individual Top Producer for Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s Fort Worth region in 2015 and 2016. In addition, she was named one of D Magazine’s Best Real Estate Agents in 2016, 2017 and one of Fort Worth Magazine’s Best Realtors in 2016, 2017. Carley and her husband, Brandon, met at Fort Worth’s own Colonial Golf Tournament in 2007 and were married in 2010. Along with their daughter, Adeline, they now reside on the West Side of Fort Worth.

Moving Factor

The Moving Factor is your premier Fort Worth moving company. These Fort Worth movers will provide well trained moving crews, use well equipped, company owned trucks, and provide accurate, honest moving quotes. When you need a great mover, call The Moving Factor.

Energy Ogre

In Tarrant County, you can choose your next electricity provider. Energy Ogre is a team of non-biased energy industry professionals committed to helping Texans save money on their electricity bills and not falling into confusing contracts, terms, and conditions. The average member saves 40-60 percent, satisfaction guaranteed!

Neighbor Groups are Facebook groups managed by FWMB for moms throughout Tarrant County, from Keller to Cleburne, Aledo to Arlington, and everywhere in between. This is our solution for taking our big city and making it feel small; our way of taking the online FWMB community and fostering real-life, face-to-face friendships and support systems for moms in our area. Our hope is to create a safe place for moms from all walks of life to share stories and receive encouragement. 

Tarrant County Northwest (Eagle Mountain, Azle, Haslet)

Tarrant County Northeast (Colleyville, Grapevine, Southlake, Westlake)

Northeast Fort Worth (areas north of I-30, east of I-35W, inside the 820 loop)

Southwest Fort Worth (areas south of I-30, west of I-35W, inside the 820 loop)

Arlington Area (Arlington proper, including south to Mansfield and Kennedale)

Tarrant County West (Saginaw, Lake Worth, White Settlement)

Tarrant County South (Crowley, Burleson, Cleburne)

Central Fort Worth (within a 5 mile radius of downtown Fort Worth)

HEB (Hurst, Euless, Bedford)

Tarrant County North (Keller, Watauga, Roanoke)

Northwest Fort Worth (areas north of I-30, west of I-35W, inside the 820 loop)

Southeast Fort Worth (areas south of I-30, east of I-35W, inside the 820 loop)

Aledo West (Aledo and west into Weatherford)

Already moved into an area in Tarrant County? Check out our Love My Local series to find businesses/places loved by our contributors who live near you. 

What’s the #1 question we are asked??? What preschools do you recommend? Moms want to know the options, where others send their kids — and why, and what educational philosophy those schools abide by. Check out our Guide to Preschools and Parents’ Day Out Guide in Tarrant County to find the perfect place for your kiddo. 

Also, consult our “How to Pick a Preschool” article for tips to consider when making your decision.

Need some things to do and explore around your new area? Check out these great resources to help introduce you and your family to Tarrant County. 

If you are new to the area, then you need to know where to eat! Check out these resources for some great recommendations. 

Want to be a part of our Tarrant County Moving Guide?

We want our readers to have everything they need to know to make the move to Tarrant County. Partnering with us allows your business greater visibility with a large targeted market of families interested in moving to the area. Join us and help enrich the lives of Fort Worth moms! Email our resource director at [email protected] for more information.


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