Where is Bell County, Texas?
Bell County is a county equivalent area found in Texas, USA. The county government of Bell is found in the county seat of Belton.
With a total 2,817.48 sq. km of land and water area, Bell County, Texas is the 673rd largest county equivalent area in the United States. Home to 329,140 people, Bell County has a total 131394 households earning 50060 on average per year.
Bell County, Texas - Quick Facts
|Major Cities||Killeen (population: 139,677), Temple (population: 75,709), Belton (population: 35,582), Fort Hood (population: 30,932), Harker Heights (population: 27,431), Salado (population: 7,070), Nolanville (population: 5,259), Troy (population: 4,428), Bartlett (population: 3,525), Holland (population: 2,717)|
|Land Area||127,082 sq miles|
|Water Area||1,051 sq miles|
|Median Home Value||$122,600|
|High School Grads||90% of population|
|Holders of Bachelors Degrees||22% of population|
|Retail Spending||$12,035 per capita|
|Food & Accomodation Sales||$401,438 per capita|
|Universities and Colleges||Central Texas College, Central Texas Beauty College|
This page was last updated on June 30, 2016.