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Belton Population: 18,539

Total Males: 8,856
Total Females: 9,683
Median Household Income: $50,066
Total Households: 5,757

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Brief Information About Belton


<p>The city of Belton is located in the County of Bell. It is said to be a part of the Temple- Killeen-Fort Hood Metropolitan Area. It has a total area of about 34 sq. km. Belton is situated 510 ft. above the sea level. The economy of the city revolves around businesses involved in automotive, real estate and information technology. These provide a considerable amount of positive influence in the growth and development of some of the related businesses like auto body work, auto buyers, auto dealers of old and new cars, auto painting and repair facilities, building material supplies, furnished apartments, appliance service and repair, bathroom planning and remodelling, hardware maintenance, computer repair and sevices, computer renting and leasing services and software services. The famers' market enhances the growth and development of the local fruit and vegetable market, bakers and bakeries, vegetable supplies, farm equipment sales and services to contribute in the development of the local economy.</p>







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