Carrollton is a vibrant corporate and residential community that has the 'home advantage' because of its prime location. Businesses and neighborhoods flourish throughout the City's approximate 37 square miles, and the surrounding major highways, rail freight lines and Foreign Trade Zone designation ensure continued success.
A business-friendly City, Carrollton ranks in the top cities in the region in creating the highest number of new jobs, the total new development square footage, and the number of businesses moving to Carrollton, including the expansion of current businesses. The momentum in commercial/industrial development continues, and the economic cornerstone is the well-balanced residential and business tax base.
This quality of life community is home to 133,000 citizens, over 14,000 businesses and a daytime workforce of over 71,000. Just this past year, the City was ranked 6th by Zippia as the nation's "Best Places to Retire." In addition, Forbes Magazine recently ranked Carrollton #12 for "America's 25 Best Places to Move."
Numerous assets such as excellent schools, parks and greenbelts, and convenient services are available to every neighborhood. The wide variety of housing, community partnerships and civic opportunities enhance Carrollton's diversity, and residents enjoy the award-winning sports complexes, libraries, natural areas, golf courses, lifestyle amenities and community events.
Carrollton is positioned for a prosperous future. Visitors, business partners and families are invited to share the 'home advantage.'
Carrollton is growing, changing, and facing many new challenges. The City wants to have a partnership with community groups and citizens in setting goals for the community's future. City government is a leading force in achieving these goals.
To ensure that Carrollton remains a balanced and dynamic community, all citizens are encouraged to stay informed about city issues, become active by volunteering to serve on committees, and participate in special events and community organizations.
Director of Economic Development, 972-466-3299