Guides

    • Collin County

                        Collins County is located in northeastern Texas about 30 miles South of the Red River. It was named after Collins McKinney, one of the first…

    • Dallas County

                Dallas County is large, very large. It ranks second largest county in the state. Being part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex it made it’s mark on the national…

    • Denton County

          Denton County is located in the northern part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and approximately 35 miles south of the Oklahoma border. It measures about 953 square miles including water…

    • Ellis County

                        Ellis County was founded in 1849 and named after Richard Ellis, a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence. The land encompasses 935…

    • Hunt County

          Hunt County is made up of 840 square miles located in northeastern Texas. Greenville is the largest town and holds the county seat, 51 miles from Dallas. The…

    • Johnson County

          Johnson County is comprised of 740 square miles. Like most of the surrounding counties agriculture has played a major role throughout its history. Most of the area is…

    • Kaufman County

          Kaufman County is 788 square miles with the largest town being Terrell, only 30 miles East of Dallas. After the Great Depression manufacturing and retail trade began to…

    • Parker County

            Parker County encompasses 902 square miles. The area contained various types of soil, rivers and mineral resources. Agriculture was prevalent during early habitation of the county. The…

    • Rockwall County

              Even though Rockwall County is the smallest county in Texas, Rockwall County Economic Development Corporation have set forth a big initiative in the workforce. They understand the…

    • Tarrant County

            Tarrant County was established in 1849 and covers 902 square miles. It is jam packed with entertainment and attractions for everyone. To start you can find the…