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Welcome to our vibrant community! These are exciting times in the City of Burleson. During your stay you will see why Burleson is a great place to be. As a life-long resident, I have a few tips for making the most of your visit. Take the time to enjoy the fresh air along our hike and bike trails in the natural area behind Chisenhall Fields or while fishing at Bailey Lake. You will definitely want to visit Old Town where you will find great shops and restaurants, live music, a history museum and even ghost tours on Friday and Saturday evenings. If you are looking for aquatic recreation, there are a couple of places to cool off. Pirates Cove, Burleson’s first water park is located on IH-35W and offers indoor/outdoor entertainment options for you and your family to enjoy. Additionally, the Burleson Recreation Center has an outdoor pool as well as indoor swimming area complete with water slides, vortex pools, a current river, and a five-lane exercise lap pool. If you are considering relocation, Burleson is a great place to live, learn, work and play, through every stage of life. We have an outstanding economic climate and business culture, and have been recognized as one of the 100 best communities for young people in America. Whether it’s building great parks and neighborhoods, investing in public safety, promoting economic development or encouraging the attainment of higher education through the innovative Burleson Opportunity Fund, we never stop looking for ways to make Burleson a great place for families and businesses alike. With progressive and responsible governance, a pro-business climate, educated labor force, excellent schools, a low crime rate, and strategic access to major interstates, railways and airports it is easy to see why Burleson is a great place to do business. If you have an interest in joining the growing list of businesses that have experienced the Burleson boom, please give me a call. Our economic development team would be happy to help ensure your transition is a smooth one. No matter what brings you to town, take the time to experience some of the “good life” Burleson has to offer. And know you are always welcome back...for a weekend or a lifetime. Sincerely, Ken Shetter Mayor of Burleson, Texas BURLESON VISITOR’S GUIDE | SUMMER 2012

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City of Burleson | IMPORTANT NUMBERS

Police Department (Non-Emergency) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (817) 426-9910 Fire Department (Non-Emergency) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (817) 426-9170 City Hall. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (817) 426-9690 Heritage Visitor’s Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (817) 447-1575 Library. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (817) 426-9210 Senior Activity Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (817) 295-6611 The BRiCk (Rec Center) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (817) 295-9104 Business Development and Zoning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (817) 426-9611 Traffic Tickets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (817) 426-9220 Municipal Court. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (817) 426-9220 BISD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (817) 245-1000

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Burleson, Texas:

100 Years of History There’s no question that your own hometown will forever be embossed in your heart as you carry on through the adventure known as life. However, if you’re fortunate enough to make a trek down the I-35 corridor and find yourself in the big “little” community known as Burleson, hometown may not be too far away. You see, Burleson has every amenity and convenience that you’d want from the everyday bustle of a thriving metropolis, but somehow manages to maintain the sweet sincerity of a community you’d find in a smaller outer-market neighborhood. Burleson’s history as a commissioned town dates back to 1912, but its heritage can be traced even further back in time than that. It all started with a hard-working reverend and a railroad.

Henry C. Renfro heard the “calling” and entered Baylor University in 1953 where he met a man that would change his life forever. After graduating he moved to Johnson County where he married Mollie Ray and founded the Bethesda Baptist Church. While serving in the 21st Texas Infantry Regiment in the Confederate Army, Renfro crossed paths with his former teacher who helped him acquire a post as chaplain in Louisiana. Not forgetting his roots, Renfro returned to his church after the conflict ended, resuming his post as pastor, as well as rancher and farmer. In 1880 when the Missouri, Kansas, and Texas railroad began developing a route from Fort Worth to Hillsboro they needed some land for a depot along the way. With a handshake agreement, Reverend Renfro offered a parcel of his land in

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exchange for a small sum and the right to name the new town site. Where would he get the inspiration for such a name, you ask? Well, the name of a former teacher and lifelong friend, Dr. Rufus C. Burleson (and later President of Baylor University), seemed all-too appropriate. In 1881 Burleson officially became a major depot along the railroad and so began the more than 100 years of thriving history that still grows today. In just a year it became necessary to open a post office and John L. Dickey, the first postmaster, found headquarters inside a local saloon in current day Old Town. Churches and stores soon followed and the community continued to grow. In the first decade the population had grown to more than 200 residents in a community

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organized around agriculture and the raising of livestock. The next 10 years brought a general store, doctors, cotton gins, and other business, as well as another 100+ settlers. With so much going on there was also a need to keep the community connected and the Burleson Banner newspaper was created to handle the task. By 1900 the need for education was apparent and the discontinued Red Oak Academy in nearby Brushy Mound was literally moved on wagons to Burleson for the amount of $500. In 1936, through several rebuilds from fire, the school added a remarkable $20,000 gymnasium with the help of Emmett Harris, a local contractor. Texas Attorney General McCraw was the keynote speaker and he declared, “This building is

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a monument that time never can destroy. Nothing can destroy the deeds and influences of the young men and women who will receive their training here.” The Burleson School was the grandest building in town and the new gymnasium would serve as a local gathering spot for everyone in the community. On any given week you would find banquets, recitals, classes, shows, and fairs for the whole town. The summer would see it transform into a skating rink and graduation was a perennial favorite. 1947 brought the opening of the first elementary school named after long-time teacher Nola Dunn. Unique to this school on the corner of Ellison & Dobson Street(s) was the first public lunch room that allowed all students to eat together. Friday’s “Sandwich Day” was a child favorite as they were allowed to choose between bologna, tuna, and PB & J’s. 2009 began the construction on the new $22,000,000 Nola Dunn campus but fear not, the original gymnasium and lunch room remain in this wonderful new educational facility. Officially earning the title of “town” in 1912 and “city” in 1938, Burleson has not only survived but thrived. The Red Oak Academy, the Interurban Railway, the First Baptist Church of Burleson, and of course the Renfro-Clark home built in 1894 all stand as historical landmarks in Burleson. As banking and business grew and agriculture faded, Burleson has uniquely adapted and continually grown in numbers. From the original handful of settlers to today’s population of well over 36,000 within the city limits, this hometown community is exploding with retail, manufacturing, industrial, dining, recreation, education, art, entertainment, and housing. There’s a lot that’s happened in the last 100 years. We’re glad you stopped in today, but if you’d like to really get to know us, stick around. We’ve got some stories! BURLESON VISITOR’S GUIDE | SUMMER 2012

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It was 1965 when 75 members of the Burleson Lions Club were gathered to discuss the industrial and economic development of their rapidly growing community. In order to help lead their city into the next century it was all too apparent that a permanent Chamber of Commerce was necessary to answer the call. Jack Taylor, area businessman, and County Judge Herschel C. Winn created the charter and bylaws of the proposed organization and the first Burleson Area Chamber of Commerce was officially founded on April 18, 1966. By 1980, the Chamber had built a solid membership of 320 businesses. The operation budget had increased from $2,000 to more than

$41,000 in that time. In fact, growth was so strong that they were desperately in need of a facility. After a quick fundraiser gathered $20,000, Board Chair, Less Sells presided at the opening dedication ceremonies in 1983. Going stronger than ever, the Chamber still resides in that very building where members of the local community are constantly coming and going. Business owners and citizens of the Burleson area know that if they have a question or need, the Burleson Area Chamber of Commerce is the place to go for answers. Today, the Burleson Area Chamber of Commerce is one of the most active chambers in the Dallas/Ft Worth area. From regular

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CHAMBER of Commerce

Chamber events to community projects to city events to charity fundraisers, there’s always something going on at the Burleson Area Chamber of Commerce.

ANNUAL EVENTS » Annual Chamber Awards Dinner (January) » The Chamber Gala (Spring)

» Honey Tour Bike Ride (Memorial Day Weekend) » Burleson ISD New Employee Luncheon (August) » Quarterly Membership Luncheons (April, July, October)

MEMBER BENEFITS • Ribbon Cutting • Quarterly Luncheon • Referrals • Member-to-Member Discounts • Welcome to Burleson Packets • 24-Hour Business & Visitor’s Center • Free After Hours Networking • Business Directory • Bulk Mail Savings • Mailing Labels • Website Listings • Exclusive Marketing Opportunities • Use of Chamber Conference Room • Much, much more....

» Chamber Golf Tournament (October) » After Hours Networking (Monthly) » Business Networking Meetings (Multiple Meetings Each Week)

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PARKS & Recreation

The BRiCk, natatorium

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When it comes to letting our hair down, Burleson spares no expense to provide worldclass parks and facilities for our community of friends to gather and enjoy some good old-fashioned R&R. Burleson is a thriving business community, but we also understand the need to recharge and spend time with our family as priority number one. In fact, we believe that the Burleson Parks & Recreation facilities are vital to the quality of life we’ve come to celebrate. In total, the city maintains 18 parks with a total acreage of 348 acres of developed parkland. It sounds good on paper, but you truly have to see it to experience just how great our parks really are! The City of Burleson Recreation Department literally offers something for everyone when it comes to classes and activities. Whether it’s tumbling or dance, computer training or reading, aerobics and fitness, or just some plain fun in and around water, we’ve got you covered. If the sport of competition is your speed, check out one of the many softball, volleyball, or basketball leagues. The Community Center Gymnasium boasts a hardwood floor that is available for both residents and non-residents to enjoy. You’ll also find meeting rooms available for private functions. For our “more experienced” residents, Burleson also has a Senior Activity Center located at 216 SW Johnson Ave that is open Monday – Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. So, no matter your age or your recreational pleasure, you’re sure to have a great time at any one of our fantastic locations for play. You can reach the Burleson Recreation Department staff by calling 817-295-8168.

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THE BRiCk

CHISENHALL FIELDS SPORTS COMPLEX – New!

Completed in September 2010, this $15M sporting mecca literally sees thousands of competitive youth and their cheering patrons every single month. From the manicured fields to the beautiful concrete walkways to the covered bleacher seating, Chisenhall Fields stands in a class of its own. Come see the 10 baseball fields, 5 softball fields, 2 practice fields, 1 football field, and walking trail. Or simply swing through to make use of the playground, picnic areas, pavilion, and concessions. Bring your camera and your good mood. This place is great!

Burleson’s New State-of-the-Art Recreation Center Also completed in 2010, the $20M Burleson Recreation Center (uniquely tagged as the BRiCk) is a 65,000 square foot state-of-the-art fitness facility, community center, and natatorium (place to swim indoors – I had to look it up, too!). The building includes 2 gyms, a large aerobics/dance studio, 2 large meeting rooms, and babysitting facilities. The natatorium (ok, swim area) includes a 5-lane indoor pool, lazy river, spiral slide, water playground, and 2 party rooms. The indoor pool is open year round but there’s also an outdoor pool, too, for seasonal enjoyment. Upstairs, you’ll find a suspended indoor jogging track, free weight area, 2 strength circuits, and more than 50 cardio workout machines. Sitting on 34 acres right in the heart of town, this massive facility is at the least, very impressive.

OTHER BURLESON-AREA PARKS & RECREATION Bartlett Park

550 Summercrest Drive

Warren Park

200 Southwest Johnson

Centennial Park

1100 Scarlet Sage Pkwy

Clark Park

128 N. Clark Drive

Heberle Park

812 Tyler Court

Hidden Creek Sport Complex

295 E. Hidden Creek Pkwy

Cindy Park

205 North East Cindy

Oak Valley Park North

804 Parkridge

Cedar Ridge Park

716 Cumberland Drive

Chisenhall Park

500 Chisenhall Park Lane

Bailey Lake

280 W Hidden Creek

Mistletoe Park

960 NE McAlister

Meadow Creek Estate Park

1050 Barracuda Drive

Burleson Meadows

308 NE McAlister

Claudia’s Playground

933 West Bend Blvd

Wakefield Heights Park

704 Elizabeth Drive

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COMMUNITY Events In addition to these fantastic facilities and parks, Burleson residents have a number of community events occurring year round in Old Town to drive their quality of life even higher:

★ Hot Sounds of Summer Concert Series ★ Weekly Farmer’s Market (April-September) ★ Founder’s Day (October)

We call our neighbors friends. Sure, we work hard. But we play even harder. Come join us!

Hot Sounds of Summer Concert Series

Independence Day Celebration

All concerts start @ 7:30 in Old Town Burleson. Bring your chairs and cold beverages!

Wednesday, July 4th featuring Asleep at the Wheel

SCHEDULE

Like fireworks and great music? Celebrate Independence Day in Burleson with grammy-winning Asleep at the Wheel – a “western sing,” boogie & roots music outfit coming to Chisenhall Fields Sports Complex. Concert starts at 7:30 PM followed by a stunning fireworks show!

Friday, June 1st Josh Weathers Band Friday, June 8th Charlie Robinson Friday, June 15th Fastlane Friday, June 22nd Junior Brown Friday, June 29th Spazmatics

CHISENHALL FIELDS SUMMER TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE June 9 – 10

Super Series Baseball of America Tournament

June 15 – 17

Champions League Benefit

June 23 -24

Super Series Baseball (Majors & AAA)

June 28 – 30

Pony National Regionals Softball

June 30 – July 6

Super Series Baseball of America Nationals

July 12 – 15

Pony Nationals – Bronco

July 18 – 21

Pony Nationals – Shetland / Pinto (STATE)

July 26 – 30

Pony Nationals – Mustang (ZONE)

July 27 – 31

Pony Nationals – Pony

August 2 – 5

Pony Nationals – Mustang (WORLD SERIES)

August 2 – 6

Pony Nationals – Pony (ZONE)

August 18 – 19

Super Series Baseball (Majors & AAA)

September 22 -23

Super Series Baseball (Majors & Minors)

September 29 – 30

Super Series Baseball (Majors & AAA)

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Our people, our community, and our heritage certainly tug the strings of pride within our hearts, but it’s our drive for future growth and development that will lead Burleson down the path of success in the decades to come. Already a market leader in the DFW Metroplex, Burleson’s commitment to recruit and promote sound business foundations and opportunities for corporations large and small is something many are taking notice of. Burleson is one of the fastest growing cities in Texas, and particularly in the DallasFort Worth market. While it took 94 years to eclipse $1 billion in property valuations, it only took another six years to raise it to $2 billion. As we celebrate our centennial this year, we do so with an open invitation for corporations to take a close look at the many benefits and opportunities waiting for them through a partnership with our city. Partnership is the key term here. We’re excited and, more importantly, prepared to provide a financially opportune business partnership that will position your firm for growth and return for years to come. Of course, quality of life is important to you and those you employ. We believe that one’s a no-brainer. Within the walls of our community our citizens stand up every day with 20

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full hearts in appreciation of their community. We’re front-runners when it comes to that arena. What you may not know about is the velocity with which our business community is quickly rising to the top. Our city will only keep growing with more than 10 square miles of developable land within the city limits, as well as an expansive extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ) bringing great opportunities for businesses to locate or expand in the Burleson area. Our low property tax environment is a quick attribution to said economic growth. The population has seen over 85% growth since 2000 and we don’t forecast anything slowing down. Not only is Burleson growing, but Tarrant and Johnson counties have also seen a very solid 19% population boom in that same time. Texas is ranked as the No. 2 state in the U.S. for corporate relocations, and the Metroplex is also a sound No. 2 as an area among hundreds of regions. CEOs and executives recognize the low cost of living, high quality of life, and the fact the area is home to the state’s largest and most educated workforce. The fact that our region also has no personal or corporate income tax certainly doesn’t hurt, either. The DFW Metroplex is the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the U.S. BURLESON, TEXAS ★ THE PLACE TO BE


ECONOMIC Development and generates 33% of Texas’ gross domestic product, 29% of all retail sales, and 28% of all Texas jobs. This is all taking place while only occupying a total of 3% of the land available in Texas. This region is home to 25 headquarters of Fortune 500 companies and is considered the second-largest high-tech economy behind only Silicon Valley. The reality: economic possibilities are endless in this vastly booming market. And, it just makes sense that this growth is taking place. Perfectly positioned along the IH-35W NAFTA Superhighway that connects Laredo in the south all the way to Minnesota in the north, Burleson is a key juncture in between. Just as settlers recognized some 100 years ago that Burleson “just made sense” as a key stop along the line of transportation, so are the businesses of today and beyond realizing. We’ve invested and created a Corridor Plan and Overlay District to spur economic development of this vital asset with new retail, employment centers, and commercial offices. Not one to just sit and wait for the business to come to us, we’ve continued to promote that growth and development with our new 160 acre Highpoint Business Park that began in 2010. Significant road improvements, a regional storm water detention facility, and the necessary public infrastructure have created shovel-ready, build-to-suit sites along this important artery known as the IH-35W corridor. Ground has already been broken and businesses are putting down roots. There are multiple sites available and waiting for you to join. Whatever your business, social, or educational needs, the City of Burleson has opportunities for you. With an economy supported by gas & oil exploration, a thriving business base and “hometown” quality of life, Burleson, TX truly represents “The Good Life.” Whether you’re opening a new business, expanding your existing one, raising a family, or just simply visiting, we’re honored you

stopped in. Thank you for being part of the Burleson community! HIGHPOINT BUSINESS PARK Highpoint Business Park is adjacent to IH35W at one of the highest elevations in Burleson. The 160 acre master-planned park was designed to be a mixed use growth center capable of providing for campus business locations, as well as distribution and flexspace buildings. The plan set aside significant green areas which include walking and biking trails to promote the preservation of the natural environment. Strategically located to provide easy access from IH-35W, US Hwy 67, SH 174, and the future development of SH 121 currently in progress, Highpoint is a perfect location for any new business. Only minutes from Spinks Airport which offers a full service FBO, three flight schools, multiple maintenance facilities, car rental, AWOS, and nearby hotel accommodations, transportation is convenient. Highpoint is less than 8 miles from I-20 that connects Fort Worth and Dallas and a mere 40 miles from DFW International Airport. Speaking of nearby, Highpoint is a 40 minute commute to an educated workforce of nearly 6 million strong. Of course, the three minute commute to Hidden Creek Golf Course, voted top five public golf courses in the state by the Dallas Business Journal doesn’t hurt either! The Highpoint Business Park Master Plan, along with the City’s Comprehensive Plan calls for a mix of businesses, distribution centers, light manufacturing facilities, and flex space buildings to anchor the area. The infrastructure is sound and the location is breathtaking. The only thing missing is you. We’ll save a seat! To learn more about the thriving business opportunities in Burleson, please contact: Bradley Ford, Director of Economic Development at 817-426-9623 or ecodev@burlesontx.com BURLESON VISITOR’S GUIDE | SUMMER 2012

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Dining Guide Hungry? Burleson has a wide range of dining options to choose from ranging from the familiar to one-of-a kind dining experiences. Whether it’s feeding the family or a quiet night out for two, there’s something tasty in Burleson that’s sure to please any appetite.

American Arby’s

801 NE Alsbury

(817) 295-0043

Babe’s

120 S Main St

(817) 447-3400

Braum’s

500 SW Wilshire

(817) 295-0095

Buffalo Wild Wings

12832 S Fwy

(817) 295-9464

Burger King

977 N Burleson Blvd

(817) 295-8010

Charley’s Grilled Subs

1185 N Burleson Blvd

(817) 426-9922

Chick Fil A

1105 N Burleson Blvd

(817) 447-4552

Chick Fil A #2

111 NW John Jones Rd

(817) 447-0106

Chicken Express

130 SW Wilshire

(817) 295-8886

Chili’s

13311 S Fwy

(817) 426-0122

Cotton Patch

1103 N Burleson Blvd

(817) 426-2711

Cracker Barrel

13301 S Fwy

(817) 295-8622

Dairy Queen

201 SW Wilshire

(817) 447-1033

Denny’s

868 NE Alsbury

(817) 447-6120

Elk’s Diner

344 SW Wilshire

(817) 295-7271

Firehouse Subs

12650 S Fwy

(817) 426-0606

Golden Corral

301 SW Wilshire

(817) 295-4300

Grump’s Burgers

108 S Main

(817) 447-8800

Hideout Burgers

212 W Ellison

(817) 426-3535

IHOP

908 N Burleson Blvd

(817) 426-2600

Jack in the Box

300 SW Wilshire

(817) 295-6501

Kentucky Fried Chicken

600 SW Wilshire

(817) 295-5002

Lizzy’s Lunchbox

552 SW Wilshire

(817) 295-3998

McDonald’s

986 Burleson Blvd

(817) 295-3281

McDonald’s #2

911 SW Wilshire

(817) 295-6373

Mooyah

12632 S Fwy

(817) 295-1577

THE PORCH

140 South Wilson

(817) 426-9900

Sammy’s

225 Exchange

(817) 447-2095

Sandburg’s

130 NW Newton

(817) 295-8221

Smash Burgers

1505 SW Wilshire

(817) 447-4302

Sonic

441 E Renfro

(817) 426-0025

Sonic #2

725 NE Alsbury

(817) 426-4880

Spice Rack

133 S Wilson

(817) 360-5642

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American Stone Soup

333 SW Wilshire

(817) 447-2989

Subway

951 SW Wilshire

(817) 447-2960

TGI Friday’s

12750 S Fwy

(817) 447-4027

Waffle House

405 E Renfro

(817) 295-8651

Wendy’s

881 NE Alsbury

(817) 295-4345

Wendy’s #2

270 NW John Jones Rd

(817) 295-3003

Whataburger

547 SW Wilshire

(817) 447-1235

Dickey’s

251 SW Wilshire

(817) 295-2006

Roscoe’s

1541 SW Wilshire

(817) 484-2123

Spring Creek

13125 S Fwy

(817) 426-6335

Bar-B-Que

Ice Cream/Yogurt/Desserts Marble Slab Creamery

SH 174/FM 731

(817) 295-5721

Pinky’s Cupcakes

308 E Renfro

(817) 295-4800

Pure Bliss

1351 SW Wilshire

(817) 295-9121

Smoothie King

333 SW Wilshire

(817) 295-9292

Starbucks

Hwy 174/Fm 731

(817) 447-4152

Tatefully Unique

333 NW Renfro

(817) 447-5696

Sweet Frog

12918 S Fwy

(817) 295-0004

Pinochio’s Gelato

217 W Renfro St

(817) 426-6900

Yogurt Smile

185 NW John Jones Rd

(817) 426-1675

Antonio’s

344 SW Wilshire

(817) 426-3460

Cici’s

105 NE Wilshire

(817) 447-2979

Domino’s

344 SW Wilshire

(817) 355-8888

Little Ceasar’s

344 SW Wilshire

(817) 447-6200

Mama’s Pizza

270 SW Wilshire

(817) 447-4114

Mr Jim’s

877 NE Alsbury Blvd

(817) 447-2105

Italian/ Pizza

Olive Garden

12870 S Fwy

(817) 295-5721

Papa John’s

1001 SW Wilshire

(817) 426-1300

Papa Murphy’s

815 SW Alsbury Blvd

(817) 447-6700

Peter Piper Pizza

1551 SW Wilshire

(817) 484-2131

Pie Place

104 E Ellison

(817) 295-2442

Pizza Hut

1212 SW Wilshire

(817) 295-1261

Roma’s Italian

2475 E Renfro

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Dining Guide Mexican / Tex-Mex El Fenix

885 NE Alsbury

(817) 984-7110

FasTaco

555 SW Wilshire

(817) 295-7475

Fresco’s

112 S Main

(817) 426-9990

Fuzzy’s

125 E Renfro

(817) 447-8126

Mexican Inn

13155 S Fwy

(817) 447-7661

Mojo’s

545 SW Wilshire

(817) 447-4646

On the Border

13005 S Fwy

(817) 426-5420

Pancho’s

885 NE Alsbury

(817) 447-7285

Qdoba

1505 SW Wilshire

(817) 295-5419

Rosa’s

1460 SW Wilshire

(817) 426-5488

Taco Bell

821 SW Wilshire

(817) 295-6381

Taco Bueno

901 SW Wilshire

(817) 447-6508

Taco Cabana

955 N Burleson Blvd

(817) 665-1602

Taco Casa

205 NE Wilshire

(817) 426-5311

AA China

1045 SW Wilshire

817-426-8088

China Doll

628 SW Wilshire

817-295-6051

China King Buffet

425 SW Wilshire

817-426-5388

Hibachi

13101 S Fwy

817-426-8388

Panda Express

12862 S Fwy

817-295-8618

Panda Express #2

1621 SW Wilshire

817-426-008

Sushi Axiom

12650 S Fwy

817-295-9559

Taste of China

130 NW John Jones Rd

817-426-2239

Captain D’s

680 SW Wilshire

817-295-9345

J and J Oyster

125 W Bufford

817-295-9600

Red Lobster

1175 N Burleson Blvd

817-295-7150

Pier 35

950 N Burleson

817-295-7137

Logan’s

1125 N Burleson Blvd

817-447-3504

Outback

13265 S Fwy

817-447-8216

Asian

Seafood

Steakhouse

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Winery D’Vine Wine

114 S Main

817-744-7595

Lost Oak Winery

2116 FM 731

817-426-6625

Sunset Winery

1535 S Burleson Blvd

817-426-1141

ACCOMODATIONS Guide Hampton Inn & Suites

13251 Jake Court

817-295-2727

Holiday Inn Express

13250 Jake Court

817-426-0396

La Quinta Inn & Suites

225 E Alsbury Blvd

817-447-2336

Comfort Inn & Suites

321 S Burleson Blvd

817-426-6666

Days Inn

329 S Burleson Blvd

817-447-1111

Best Western

516 Memorial Plaza

817-744-7747

Super 8

151 E Alsbury Blvd

817-447-0011

Five Star Inn

2701 S I-35W

817-447-1271

Rustic Creek Ranch (RV Park)

2301 S Burleson Blvd

817-426-5037

Holiday Inn, Burleson

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Education

Building A Future Today

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When it comes to our kids, education and experience reign atop the list of priorities when preparing them for the future. Within the Burleson Independent School District (BISD) your child has every opportunity to excel and grow into a vibrant leader of tomorrow. The City of Burleson is served by the BISD and Joshua Independent School District (JISD). Together, their 17 schools house more than 10,000 students. Six schools in Burleson are rated “Exemplary” and four more have achieved “Recognized” status according to the Texas Education Agency (TEA). Due to the rapidly growing school-age population, the BISD and citizens of Burleson approved a $259M capital improvement program in 2006. This program allowed a total of seven new schools to be built in Burleson. HIGH SCHOOL Burleson High School – Home of the Elks! Long-standing pride in this original HS rings proud throughout the streets of the community. Elite programs in athletics, arts, and education continue to build and shape the lives of our students today Centennial High School – The newest HS in town and $120M project completed in 2010 is a state of the art facility capable of educating more than 2,500 students. Spartan Pride is loud and clear when cruising the halls of this technological structure. Crossroads High School MIDDLE SCHOOL Pauline G. Hughes Middle School A. A. Nick Kerr Middle School

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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL The Academy at Nola Dunn – Since 1889, a school facility has been located on property in Old Town Burleson. In 2009, the former school facility was demolished and a new $20 million campus opened in August 2010 in its place. This facility is designed for more than 600 students and was designed with significant regard for the architectural character of Old Town Burleson. Bransom Clinkscale Hajek Norwood Taylor

Brock Frazier Mound Stribling

COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY Hill College Texas Weslyan University Burleson Opportunity Fund – In 2007, the City of Burleson, the Burleson Independent School District (BISD), and Hill College partnered to create the Burleson Opportunity Fund (BOF). The BOF awards scholarships to BISD high school students to attend Hill College. To learn more about education in Burleson, TX visit them online at www.burlesonisd.net for info and videos of all of our world-class programs & facilities. BURLESON, TEXAS ★ THE PLACE TO BE


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At First United, we know moving means making lots of decisions. That’s why we work so hard to make the transition as smooth as possible. Just a few of the benefits we offer: ■ Convenience–one lender to service all of your needs ■ Construction to Permanent Financing ■ Local underwriting, processing, closing and funding to ensure a smooth loan process ■ Strong bank leadership with extensive experience and knowledge in the mortgage industry

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Lifegate Church is for everyone! We have exciting things going on for people at every stage of life from infants, toddlers, preschoolers, teens, singles, married and up. Dress is casual, so wear whatever you feel comfortable in. We begin the service with contemporary music that is inspiring to the soul. Our Pastor talks about issues that are relevant today and what the Bible says about dealing with them.

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VISITOR’S CENTER & Museum

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More than just an everyday brick and mortar information center, Burleson Visitor’s Center & Heritage Museum is alive with history. Swing on by and visit with the volunteers of the Heritage Foundation or take a stroll through Car #330. Get directions for the historic walking tour(s). The whole family is sure to enjoy it! 1912: The Fort Worth Southern Traction Company built the Interurban Railway through Burleson in 1912 as a stop on the route between Fort Worth and Cleburne. The Burleson depot and train ticket office for this electric railway was located at 124 Ellison St. The Interurban brought the first electricity to Burleson, so naturally the first Edison light bulb in town lit its interior. The Burleson Visitor’s Center now occupies the building and is operated by the Burleson Heritage Foundation. Within its historic walls are some of the best preserved history of this community and its people. 1931: When the FWSTC had first opened in 1912, it inherited five cars from its parent line between Fort Worth and Dallas, including Car #330. Making three round trips a day between Fort Worth and Cleburne, it brought an endless variety of supplies: dry goods, tractor parts, fresh ice and perhaps, just as important, shipments of ice cream for the soda fountain inside the depot. Frequent 34

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service to Burleson gave our local merchants access to all the goods of Fort Worth and Dallas and they could expect delivery no later than the next day. The car had originally been painted “Pullman Green.” However, following an automobile accident in Burleson in 1926, all cars on the line were repainted in light orange known as “Transit Orange” to increase its visibility on the many city streets it crossed. The car served faithfully until operations ceased. Car #330 was retired in 1938 and purchased by a rancher living near Cresson to be used as a feed storage barn. John Meyers rescued Car #330 in the 1990’s and donated it to the Burleson Visitor’s Center for restoration. In February 2010, Burleson City Council members approved an agreement with the Heritage Foundation that makes the City the sole owner of the rail car. The Foundation operates and manages the rail car as part of the Burleson Visitor’s Center – which is also owned by the city.

Burleson Visitor’s Center AND Heritage Museum 124 W. Ellison St. Burleson, TX 76028 Open Wednesday thru Saturday 10 AM – 4 PM (817) 447-1575

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Just hanging around Old Town for dinner, drinks, and a cool, evening walk.

Piper Pizza and games then an around the 12 Peter corner stroll to Marble Slab Creamery

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The annual celebration of Independence Day this year at Chisenhall Fields

music on Sangria Thursdays at the Lost Oak 13 Live Winery with complimentary chips & salsa!

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For dinner: It’s a toss-up between Fresco’s, Babe’s, Fuzzy’s, or The Porch

in the pavilion at Warren Park. Or for the 14 Chillin’ more spirited enjoy lighted basketball & tennis

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Swinging the sticks at Hidden Creek Golf Course (Sorry, closed for renovations, re-opening September 2012. Try Southern Oaks or Mountain Valley).

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Barbecue at Roscoe’s and then letting the kids play out by the fountain – then off to catch a movie at Premier Cinema.

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Shopping, Shopping, Shopping at Gateway Plaza right off of I-35.

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Checking out the train and museum at the Heritage Visitor’s Center in Old Town.

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Boutique shopping at Plum Crazy and Pink Chandelier.

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A nice relaxing spa day at Rejuvenation Ranch, Cooper Salon, or The Ritz.

fun day at the natatorium in The BRiCk – 10 Family rec center.

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Hidden gem: Buffalo Nickels Mini Golf & nickel arcade. Yes, I said nickel arcade. Google it!

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courts, a great playground and good skating area for the kids. music and good friends on the patios of either 15 Live The Spice Rack or Fresco’s. is the word of the day every Saturday at the 16 Fresh Farmer’s Market in Old Town. (free kids area) block party on Friday nights in Old Town with 17 It’sthe aParks & Rec Summer Concert Series. Bring your chairs and the whole family! is the season of baseball and Chisenhall 18 Summer Fields is the perfect spot to catch a game or full-on action packed tournament throughout the season. the tackle box and pack a lunch for great 19 Grab family fishing at the Bailey Lake Park. we’re dorks but there’s something about rolling 20 OK, the windows down and doing a little house-dreaming as we cruise the newest housing developments of our growing community. The brand-new waterpark and arcade at 21 Dude! Jellystone Park & Camping Resort is just awesome.

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Burleson Texas Official Visitor's Guide  

The official Visitor's Guide for the City of Burleson, Texas. Inlcudes maps, hotel and dining information, city history and a guide to all t...