Carrollton Farmers Branch Apartments
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Carrollton is a inner northwest suburb of Dallas that 122,699 people call home. The City of Carrollton is located in the heart of the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex and is a vibrant corporate and residential community. Residents are drawn to the city for it’s quality of life, abundant parks, outstanding schools, and great neighborhoods. Carrollton Farmers Branch apartments are very well maintained and are some of the nicest in the metroplex.
The City of Carrollton has more than 1230 acres of developed parks, one of the highest ratios of park acres-per resident in the entire Metroplex. The are many entertainment and recreational opportunities, and if you enjoy the arts, then you’ll be delighted to hear that the city is home to the Carrollton Wind Symphony, a volunteer symphonic band that presents four concerts per year. Carrollton has something for everyone and is one of the nicest places to live in Texas. No wonder Forbes Magazine recently ranked Carrollton #12 in it’s list of “America’s Best Places to Move.”
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The Carrollton-Farmer’s Branch Independent School District (CFBISD) covers most of the cities of Carrollton and Farmers Branch as well as portions of Addison, Dallas and Irving (east Valley Ranch and part of Las Colinas). The CFBISD has twenty-five elementary schools, six middle schools, four high schools and four education centers.
The district encompasses 53.42 square miles and is located primarily in northwest Dallas County with a smaller portion in southeast Denton County. The school districts boundaries are not the same as the municipal boundaries. There are four traditional high schools in the district; Creekview H.S., Newman Smith H.S., R.L. Turner H.S., and Ranchview High School. Early College High School and the Bea Salazar Alternative School are also within the CFBISD.
The CFBISD provides a quality, learning-focused environment that offers unlimited choices to students. The district is truly an innovative leader in learning and one of the finest school districts in the Metroplex. There are Carrollton Farmers Branch apartments located near all of the public schools.
Carrollton businesses flourish throughout the city’s 37 square miles. The city is surrounded by major highways and rail freight lines, Carrollton also has a Foreign Trade Zone designation which will help ensure future success.
A business-friendly city, Carrollton ranks among the top cities in the region for creating the highest number of new jobs, the total new development of square footage, and the number of businesses relocating to Carrollton, including the expansion of current businesses. The city’s momentum in commercial/industrial development continues, and Carrollton’s economic cornerstone is the well-balanced residential and business tax base. Apartments in Carrollton Farmers Branch employ thousands of local residents.
The area of Carrollton was first settled in 1842, fairly soon after that, in 1844, the first mill was established. It is most likely that Carrollton was named for Carrollton, Illinois, the original home of many of the first settlers. From this time, until the 1870′s, Carrollton’s economy was based almost exclusively on agriculture. But following the construction of the Dallas-Wichita Railroad in 1878, the community began to grow it’s industrial base. Carrollton’s significance was further strengthened when the railroad was extended to Denton in 1880. By 1885, Carrollton has flour mills, cotton gins, two churches, a school, and a population of 150. When the St. Louis-Southwestern Railway crossed the Katy Line in 1888 the town became a shipping center for livestock, cotton, cottonseed, and grain, helping the town’s economy surpass the settlement of Trinity Mills to the north.
In 1913, Carrollton was incorporated and after World War II the city grew rapidly. In 1950, it’s population stood at 1610, it then grew to 4,242 by 1960 and 13,855 in 1970. In the 1970′s, significant suburban growth began to spill out of North Dallas and the city grew at a tremendously rapid pace during that decade. By 1983, the population was 52,000, by 1990, it had reached 82,169. The 2000 census put Carrollton at 109,576 residents and current estimates put the city at a population of 129,209.
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