- Town in Texas
Rating 3.64 out of 5 209 reviews
I have recently moved to Temple, TX. I really like the humble and close-knit feeling that I feel. The people that I have met so far seem to be nice. I like how the city is busy, but not too crowded. I can not wait to explore more of Temple, TX!
I like how the school system is in Temple. I like how the housing community is steady building. There are plenty opportunies for jobs.
I like the area that I live in. I'm right in the Historic district of Temple and many of the houses are old but kept up in amazing shape. They are anywhere from 2-4 stories big. I love walking through the area with my dog. There are also many parks. I have one just a few blocks away from where I currently live. I'm only a few blocks from the library, post office, and my bank. Even though I do live about a block from a train track, it doesn't bother me. I have always loved the sound of trains going by. The grocery stores are a little further away but, sometimes you just want to get out of the house, even with the pandemic going on and see other people, whether you talk to them or not doesn't matter. What matters is that you see people and know that everything will be alright. We have lots of restaurants, for fast food, or go in and sit down restaurants. We have wonderful Mexican Food restaurants, Italian restaurants, burger joints, Asian food, etc. Ya'll come see us some time!
It's a nice town if you have children or are retired, but it is not a party town at all. The tow has few grocery stores, some fast food places, and it has a few places to do some stuff as a family.
I love how quaint and quiet Temple is. Great schools, great food, wonderful downtown area, especially during the holiday season. Up-and-coming with new homes popping up everywhere.
Temple is a friendly city that makes " its a small world" a true statement. With a neighboring lake, and shopping, centers, water-parks, movie theaters, gyms, and town events on every holiday, insure there is never a dull moment.
Temple is a growing community with a potential for opportunities to mirror bigger cities while maintaining a safe, hometown, family atmosphere.
Etty I like that there are jobs available whenever the times are rough like they are. Also they have many of restaurants that I've never heard of before. The shopping in Temple is pretty much te same as anywhere else.
Temple is a very fast growing town. Many businesses are found here, including numerous fast food restaurants, a mall, shopping strips, parks, and even several local grocery stores. Temple takes pride in their cultural differences, they even host fairs and events for their community! We have an EXPO center in town where we host rodeos, concerts, and other interesting events. Our town is welcoming and the citizens care for one another. I love this town!
I would like to see law enforcement get more funding for community involvement and outreach engagements. I like that the town is big but still seems so small. It encompasses other, smaller, towns and makes it feel homey. I would like to see someone speak out for the homeless population here, and give them a safe harbor.
I would like to see better restaurants. The nightlife here is really lacking. There isn’t much to do after 8pm on a Friday night.
Temple is a great place to live. City Leaders are active an engaged in improving the community. Our city is growing quickly but remains clean and inviting. Great medical facilities and close proximity to Austin and Dallas are added benefits
What I like about Temple is it's small town feel with it's big town access. I feel it is very inviting and gets you away from the overcrowding of Killeen/Fort Hood. The housing market is great and it's expanding at a rapid pace.
Temple has changed so much over the years, I lived there when I was young. It has progressively gotten so much better. They have great food, friendly service and such a nice place to roam.
Temple Texas is a small town between Austin and Waco off of I-35. Job opportunities are mainly labor, fast food, warehouse, grocery stores, and the like. If you are lucky you might be able to apply for an Administrative Assistant along with 300 other individuals. The price of homeownership and rentals are cheaper than in the bigger cities which helps create the number of commuters from here. Workers drive to Killeen, Waco, or the outskirts of Austin to provide for their families. Temple is a friendly town but not a party town. Local colleges are Mary-Hardin Baylor and Temple Community.
Temple is a growing city along I35 with a growing medical industry, population, and entertainment districts. However, much of the city is still underprivileged or unkept.
Temple has an excellent medical community presence, and is centrally located between Waco and Austin with no shortage of things to do.