Small-town living meets big business in Flower Mound, Texas, a city built around a large 12.5 acre mound that is situated prominently in the middle of town. Residential growth in Flower Mound has been booming for decades, and the homes of the city leave nothing to be desired, sporting stylish brick exteriors and boasting roominess above all. Large three and four-story houses grace the streets of Flower Mound, complete with well cared for green spaces. Smaller one or two-bedroom residences are available in many of the neighborhoods, too.
The family-focused community of Flower Mound is conveniently located near the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex in northeastern Texas, split between both Denton and Tarrant counties. The 700 acre system of public parks and recreational trails is heavily used by the residents and is extensive in its reach around the nearly fourty-five square mile city. Of the nearly 70,000 people who call Flower Mound home, many are employed by the local Presbyterian hospital, the local government, or the school district. Students in Flower Mound are educated in one of three public school districts or one of several private religiously affiliated institutions. North Central Texas College also has a campus in the city.
The planning that has gone into the creation of Flower Mound is what has made it thrive. Formerly a primarily residential area, the city is now experiencing some mild industrial growth in the business sector that supports an affluent community. With its close proximity to major roadways and Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, the town’s economy is booming as major companies Best Buy and Stryker Communications have constructed new operations facilities there. Two newly commercialized business districts, Lakeside and Denton Creek, ensure the city’s Prosperity will continue to grow. Flower Mound continues to retain its reputation as one of the best small towns in north Texas, with the major metropolitan areas of Dallas and Fort Worth just a few minutes away.