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Temple, TX

Temple, TX

Temple, TX

Moving to Temple, TX

Referred to as “The Wildflower Capital of Texas”, Temple is located in Bell County in central Texas. Upon moving to Temple you will be joining 66,102 residents that love their city. Located 65 miles north of Austin the city of Temple is just a short distance from several lakes and surrounding woodlands. Temple also has a variety of heritage museums, historic homes, championship golf courses, a civic theater and symphony. Temple is well known as a center for medical care, education and research and is home to Scott & White Memorial Hospital. Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine is also located in Temple. It is said that Temple is the home of more physicians per capita than any other community in the nation so your healthcare options are abundant!

Moving to Temple – What’s in store

Climate in Temple. Residents of Temple are accustomed to a humid subtropical climate typical of Texas. Temple averages 224 sunny days with an annual rainfall of 35 inches. January is the coolest month with low temperatures around 36 degrees and July and August are the warmest months with high temperatures around 96 degrees.

Getting an education in Temple.  Residents have several choices when it comes to higher education in Temple. Temple College offers associates degrees in a variety of subjects namely business administration, information technology and nursing. Baylor University is about a half hour drive from Temple and offers several programs for bachelors and masters degrees. The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor is located in nearby Belton and offers several bachelors and masters programs as well. 

Getting around in Temple. The preferred mode of transportation for most area residents is their own vehicles but Temple does offer a transit service for those that would like the convenience of a local bus service. The HOP offers fixed route service 6am-6pm Monday-Friday and 10am-5pm Saturday.

Dining in Temple. In Temple you will find a variety of dining choices from authentic Mexican to fresh seafood and even Cajun cuisine. According to locals, Cheeves Bros. Steak House is a must try! Known for their world renowned succulent U.S.D.A prime steaks, award winning wine cellar and impeccable style, Cheeves Bros. is an unrivaled dining establishment in Temple. They also offer limousine service and long stem roses should you so desire. Menu items include: Oysters Rockefeller, Cajun Crawfish bake, Smoked Salmon Croustades, Merlot Tenderloin, Chilean Sea Bass Oscar and much more! Other locations in Temple that offer good food and fun: J. Cowboy Wine Bar, Midway Bar and Grill, Where It’s At Bar and Grill and O’Brien’s Irish Pub. Dining in Temple

Recreational Temple. Temple has many local attractions to entertain just about everyone including: Bell County Museum, Miller Springs Nature Area, Lake Belton, Lions Junction Family Water Park, Temple Civic Theater, numerous parks, skydiving, paintball, kayaking and more! Temple Entertainment

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The service center for Temple, TX is located in Waco, TX.

Information about Temple, TX

Est. Population: 60118
County: Bell
Latitude: 31.1000
Longitude: -97.3333
Zip Codes: 76501