Nolanville is a rural community with a population of approximately 3,000 and a total area of 2.5 square miles located between the cities of Killeen and Belton. Nolanville is a community of families; 77 percent of households are families and 38 percent have children under the age of 18.
Nolanville’s children receive education from the Killeen Independent School District. The teachers currently serving KISD have an average of 9.3 years of teaching experience and 6.9 years within KISD. Class sizes vary throughout the district with a range of 16.4 to 21.5 students per class. Education opportunities for adults are available at Central Texas College and Texas A&M University – Central Texas. In 2010 TAMU-CT broke ground on their new campus, which when complete will be equipped to serve 15,000 upper-level students.
The health care needs of Nolanville’s residents are met by the top-notch professionals at Metroplex Health System, Scott & White, or the numerous smaller clinics. Metroplex is a not-for-profit Christian organization operating the 233-bed, multi-campus facility as a community service to the residents of Killeen and the surrounding areas. For the past seven years Scott and White has been ranked among the top 100 hospitals in the country. Nolanville’s location in central Bell County gives residents the option of choosing to go to the main location in Temple, or the clinics in Killeen, Harker Heights or Belton to fulfill almost any health care need.