A Village nestled off Interstate 35, Salado is a vivacious and growing community. The charm and personality of the village is shared between the proud residents and the rich history. A beautiful creek runs through the center of the village, and is lined with antique homes, bed and breakfasts, shops, and splashing families. Much of Salado has grown around the preservation of the history, but do not under estimate the charm of the village - it is proving to be a large player in Bell County’s growth!
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New to the area or just looking for some inspiration on what to do?We put together some things Salado has to offer. Find out what there is to do in this wonderful city!
Salado Independent School District is a public school district and is located in Bell County.
In 2012, the school district was rated five stars on the Financial Allocation Study for Texas (FAST) ratings based on students' reading and mathematics achievement and district spending.
Go explore some amazing restaurants. If you are looking for a simple meal or something more fancy, Salado got it all.
The city has embraced many new industries to join the established, and it continues to change everyday!
Home of The University of Mary Hardin Baylor, the Belton Tigers, Lake Belton, and so much more, Belton, Texas is happening!