Before Anglo settlement, several Native American tribes hunted and fished along Village Creek near the present site of Kennedale, Texas. The Village Creek tribes and the Republic of Texas signed a treaty in 1843, and settlers began moving into the area, which was home to a natural mineral well. To attract a rail line to the community, local land owners donated land to the railroad, encouraging growth throughout the 19th century. A central business district developed near the mineral well, with a train depot, hotel, general merchandise store, drug store, bank, post office, lumber company, and blacksmith. Kennedale had a public school by 1890 and formed a school district in 1909. The area surrounding the town consisted largely of farms, and the town maintained a rural character well into the 20th century. State Highway 34 was built through the town around 1932, and business activity gradually migrated to this roadway, now know as Kennedale Parkway. In the second half of the 20th century, the city became more suburban. The city’s population and local enonomy have continued to grow into the 21st century. Mortgage and loan buyers in Kennedale have seen steady growth as well. As a local Texas business, Alamo Note Buyers offers a superior understanding of State laws, to get you through the process of selling your note faster than anyone else!
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Tarrant County Appraisal District Assessor/Collector
Tarrant County Appraisal District
City of Kennedale’s Official Website
Kennedale Chamber of Commerce