Discover why so many are choosing Weatherford as the ideal place to live, work and raise a family. It's a town that's as close to the big city as you need it to be; yet as far away from it all as you want it to be. It's a town where people still smile at each other and wave as they pass by. It's a town where kids can still play in the streets and set up "lemonade stands" to beat the summer heat.
Weatherford is known for its community and family-oriented way of life that makes it one of the premier places to live in the north Texas area. Residents share a vision for Weatherford that balances its rich, western and pioneer heritage with progress and economic vitality. That's why our motto is "Growing with Tradition."
With a City population of 30,654 and a County population of 133,463.
Located just 20 minutes west of downtown Fort Worth, Weatherford has easy access to major transportation corridors. Interstate I-20 is within the city limits, and the split to I-30 is only minutes east of town. Other highways that run through town are US Hwy 80-180 and State Hwy 171/51. Weatherford is only 52 miles from DFW Airport.
For complete information, you can purchase a Relocation Package that contains our "Weatherford Welcomes You" newcomer guide magazine and all the information you need to make your transition as smooth as possible.
|2017 City (NCTCOG est.)||30,654|
|2017 County (NCTCOG est.)||133,463|
|2014 City (NCTCOG est.)||27,760|
|2014 County (NCTCOG est.)||123,160|
|2010 City (Census)||25,250|
|2007 County (Census)||116,927|
|2000 City (Census)||18,534|
|2000 County (Census)||85,617|
|Average Rainfall||33.7 in.|
|Average Snowfall||4.1 in.|
Cost of Living (2017)
|Composite||92% (national average = 100%)|
|Misc. Goods & Services||91%|
Ethnic Composition* (2017 Census)
|Two or more||2.1%|
|* Totals are greater than 100 because some individuals select two or more categories|
See more Weatherford statistics at livability.com/tx/weatherford