Saginaw is a bedroom community of Fort Worth. Originally called Dido, the city’s current name comes from the Ojibwe language and means “to flow out.” The most recent 2010 census puts the population of this charming community at just under 20,000 people.
Families with students are served by the Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District. And while no colleges or universities are present within Saginaw, the city is within driving distance of Fort Worth and Dallas, both of which have a number of fine 2- and 4-year colleges.
Because of its small size, Saginaw offers residents, most of whom are middle income, a peaceful space to get away from the hustle and bustle of urban life. The Saginaw Recreation Center includes a gym, with cardio and Nautilus equipment, a racquetball court and a children’s play area. For those who enjoy the water, the city’s Aquatic Center provides both leisure and lap pools, waterslides and both swim and water aerobics lessons.
Lots of special programs and housing
Since many Saginaw residents are retirees, the city also has a Senior Center. It offers special programs of interest to seniors throughout the year, such as health screenings, flu shots, lunches, potluck dinners and socials.
Housing – which includes apartments, condominiums and homes – is as plentiful as it is affordable. This makes it the perfect place for young people just starting out and middle-income families.
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