Mid-Cities

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The Mid-Cities is a suburban region of Texas filling the thirty-mile span between Dallas and Fort Worth. These communities include the cities of Irving, Arlington, Grand Prairie, Grapevine, Southlake, Colleyville, HEB (Hurst, Euless and Bedford), NRH (North Richland Hills and Richland Hills), Haltom City, Watauga, Keller, and Roanoke.

Three of these communities, Arlington (population 365,438), Irving (population 216,290), and Grand Prairie (population 175,396), are notable cities in their own right, and each ranks among the larger cities in Texas. The Mid-Cities' combined population is greater than either Dallas or Fort Worth or Houston.

Cities[edit]

The list features cities that are considered part of the Mid-Cities. Most of these communities are predominantly in Tarrant County, with minor exceptions.

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Education in the Mid-Cities[edit]

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