Azle is a city spanning a diverse cross section of Tarrant and Parker County, Texas. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 9,600.
Popular tourist attractions include marine spectator sports, classic American sports car contests of speed, creative horse trailer loading (and unloading), competitive artistic lawn care showcases, and watching the drunks try to put their motor boats back on the trailers after a long July of 4th weekend.
Azle is the home of the Azle Marching Green Pride marching band and the Fighting Azle Hornets.
Web Sites and Links
Azle Pastoral Counseling CenterProvides sliding scale counseling services for marriage, drug, behavior and coping problems. Includes listing of board of directors.
Azle.NetInformation for and about the City of Azle, Azle ISD, Springtown, Springtown ISD, and the City of Springtown.
City of Azle, TexasIncludes community and contact information, links to each city department, and annexation plan.
Cross Timbers Golf CourseIncludes green fees and rates, course diagram, map to the golf course, and information about lessons.
Handbook of Texas Online: Azle, TXCommunity history and information.
Resource GuideHistorical and community information.