Residential community of Heritage

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Heritage[1] is a master-planned community in Fort Worth, Texas (USA), located on the far north part of the city, close to the employment centers of AllianceTexas.[2] Heritage is located between I35W (exit 63, "Heritage Trace Parkway") and the US 377.

A 10-acre (40,000 m2) aquatic park and sports complex are two of the amenities offered by this family-oriented community. The waterpark includes waterslides, kiddie pools, cabanas, lap pool, splash bucket pool, and lagoon pool with waterfall.

The post office that serves the community is located in Keller.

Education[edit]

The neighborhood is zoned to schools in the Keller ISD and has three elementary schools within its boundaries:

  • Bette Perot Elementary School, Fort Worth;
  • Eagle Ridge Elementary School, Fort Worth;
  • Lone Star Elementary School, Fort Worth.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Heritage, the path of a lifetime", http://www.heritagelife.com/
  2. ^ AllianceTexas a development of Hillwood a Perot company, http://www.allianceairport.com/

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