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History of a dairy farmer

In 1952 Clarence Jones Owned a dairy farm of 268 acres, and began to sub divide the area for families. In 1953 the 268 acre farm, with a population of now 500 became incorporated as the City Of North Richland Hills. From 1960 population grew and the small town of Smithfield had been annexed into North Richland Hills as well. Today North Richland Hills is the 4th largest city in Tarrant county and has a population of over 70,000.


Vast Services and Industies

Today there are many booming industries in North Richland Hills, and Coffee has become a main staple for many. Whether it be 151, Black Rifle, Roots, Kindred, Dutch Bros, and more, there are many shops, retail, and services throughout this booming city. North Richland Hills is known for its many vast and beautiful parks, top rated BISD schools, plentiful jobs, and has a low crime rate making it one of the safest cities in the State of Texas. Home to North Richland Hills is NRH20, a family style water park opened in 1995 with 17 acres of slides, rides, and pools of fun. No matter what you are looking for, NRH has what you are looking for.


Green Valley Raceway

North Richland Hills is also known for Green Valley Raceway from 1960-1986 known for many legends. Bill and Dorothy McClure were owners of a 400 acre dairy farm and developed 250 acres of the property to the drag strip. In 1974 Evil Knievel jumped 11 Mack trucks while over 35,000 people were in attendance. It also became ABC television's biggest audience for any sporting event.


A Little Glass founded in NRH

A Little Glass was founded in North Richland Hills 2018 before the pandemic. We are a growing family operated , small business, and love to give back to our community. Please choose local and support all your small mom and pop businesses. With a glowing 5 star service, we strive for quality and pride ourselves on our superiority of work. Just ask our customers.  We have a growing local presence and hope we become a family name for all your local auto glass needs.  

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