Hurst is a suburban city located in northeast Tarrant County, and is the “H” in the HEB Mid-Cities area between Dallas and Fort Worth and in close proximity to the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. It is widely recognized as the home to Bell Helicopter. A cooperative venture of the cities of Hurst, Euless and Bedford created the HEB Chamber of Commerce, HEB Independent School District, and the HEB Economic Development Foundation designed to promote economic growth in the area. Combining forces and embracing a developer- and business-friendly climate in the three cities has paid dividends, attracting residents and business tenants alike. The Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District has been named in the top 10 percent of school systems nationwide.
Hurst is also home the upscale North East Mall (boasting Tarrant County’s only Nordstrom’s) and a plethora of dining attractions. Chisholm Park is offers 50 acres of fun including an Aquatics Center, 4 Lighted Youth Baseball/Softball Fields, 2 Lighted Outdoor Basketball Courts, 2 Playgrounds, 3 Pavilions, Pond with Fishing Island, Picnic Tables, 1.5 mile Jogging/Walking Trail System, Fitness Course, Group Shelter, Concession/Restroom Building.
Within close proximity to Hurst, you can choose either of the major cities—23 minutes east to Dallas or 18 minutes west to Fort Worth. Choose either direction and you’ll find nationally-recognized dance, symphony, opera and theatre, numerous science and history museums, established arts districts and galleries, professional music venues, nightlife and more. Or head south to Arlington for Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers sports action.