Rating 4.09 out of 5 32 reviews
Upcoming city in Fort Worth, TX. New homes are being built, and it is a safe neighborhood! It has been great living in Haslet. It is has a country charm with a slower place. Its a good place to stop a fast paced lifestyle and enjoy the quiet environment. We have an excellent and helpful community with adds to the texan charm.
Haslet is a nice area to live. The school district haslet is zoned in is Northwest ISD which is a very nice district and has been recognized statewide. Haslet and the areas around it are growing rapidly causing constant construction and population increases. Although it is growing, there isn't much for kids to do in the area but with a short drive there are many things to do in surrounding areas.
I love the small but growing town of Haslet and Im so blessed to call it home. I love the people and the shops and restaurants. I do wish the small pop up houses as well as apartments werent coming up so fast. But overall I love Haslet and the schools and buisnesses in it.
Great rural feel, but a short drive to all the benefits of Fort Worth. Awesome sense of community. Everyone seems very friendly and laid back.
It's growing rapidly. Lots of great people. Not too far from shopping centers and sports arenas. New neighborhoods developing all around. Traffic can be a little tedious.
Haslet is a very family friendly location. It is quiet and peaceful. It is very welcoming and the community is very friendly.
I've lived in Haslet for the past seven years and it is a beautiful area. It is a safe city with many job opportunities, schools, and places for employment.
It's constantly under construction/over crowded. Prices are raising to ridiculous amounts. It's more of the state overall than a particular area, but the Conservative views in politics don't help my personal lifestyle. The issue I deal with the most in my area is that it's hard to find a job that pays well enough unless you have earned a degree. I lived by myself for a couple of years and found it impossible to save up any kind of money. The school that I attended felt as if the were trying to hold me back on certain grades or courses that I tried to achieve. Most people who live down here don't share my political ideas or views. Most tend to come off rude and there seems to be only a common trend of people that tend to view their own self-interests, and whatever tends to benefit them when it comes to money. My only hope is to get a degree to move in a better direction in a state that supports me.
Haslet is a very small town. What I love about it is the small town aspect. Everyone here knows everyone and is super friendly. In Haslet you’ll definitely experience exactly what southern hospitality is. Haslet has great family owned restaurants that you can’t find anywhere else which is what makes us unique. The one downside of Haslet Texas is there is a good chance that you’ll get stopped by a train At least one or twice a week.
Haslet is a small town with a lot of trains. People here are really nice, and there is a lot of shopping centers nearby.
Recently the construction around the 3 schools is terrible. Not only are there buildings under construction causing traffic, but also roads and intersections that are down to 1 lane during rush hour. Just to get from my school to my house (.7 miles) takes 40 minutes sometimes.
I love how opened it is, but I don't like how everyone is moving here. I want is to continue being more like the country where you can see horses when you drive down the street.
I moved here to get away from large cities and traffic. Sadly as the years have passed the city grown faster than construction can keep up. Traffic is terrible and the crime rate is climbing. So sad to see our once quaint town become a loud urban city.
It’s a nice community but there isn’t much to do around Haslet. Very few restaurants and gas stations. It is a safe environment.
Haslet is a very rural place located North of Fort Worth. I've lived here for 2 years now and haven't had any problems. The schools are great and so are the neighborhoods. Commute times aren't bad since we are about 30 minutes from the city.
It’s a good town not much happens though, it’s just an average town with mostly average people. It is growing and will continue to grow for a while, but as more houses are going up so is the price on those houses which affects where some people are going to be able to get a house, but all the school are nearby and for the most part within walking distance which is a plus.
I like how it is far enough out from the city to be quit, but close enough to be able to go to a lot of shops and entertainment (movies). It's been growing a lot due to increase immigration from other states so more houses are being built so thats a down side. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because the roads are awful, and they don't repair them.