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Fairview, TX

Fairview, TX

Fairview, TX

Moving to Fairview, TX?
Whether you’re moving to Fairview to start a new career or to just to make a change of pace, we have no doubt that Fairview can be your new community! Fairview is a small suburb of Dallas, TX, which offers its residents a small, semi-rural neighborhood only forty minutes outside Dallas in the United States! The city’s population rests around 9,000 with plenty of room for more residents. It contains hundreds of acres of undeveloped land and is well-known for having expansive terrain, rolling hills, and large farms. Indeed “Keeping it Country,” is the tune of the town.

Highpoints of Moving to Fairview, TX

  1. Climate – Being in Texas, Fairview can get pretty hot during the summer months. The average high is around 96° F in July, and drops to an average low of 34° F in January. Rainfall averages just under thirty-five inches a year, and the growing season extends for 237 days. Weather is generally conducive to both the full-time farmer and the part-time gardener!
  2. Education – Fairview is served by two highly esteemed public school districts. Most of the town is within the Lovejoy Independent School District (LISD), which serves over 2800 students from Fairview (and surrounding cities, Lucas, Allen, and Wylie) with three elementary schools, a middle school, and Lovejoy High School. The McKinney Independent School District (MISD) serves the western and far northeastern ends of Fairview, although it operates no schools in the city of Fairview itself. Those pursuing degrees in higher education will find no shortage of universities and community colleges in the surrounding area. Amberton University, Collin Country Community College, Dallas County Community College, Southern Methodist University, UT Arlington and UT Dallas, as well as Texas Christian University all lie within a one hundred mile radius of the city.
  3. Recreation and Entertainment – Fairview maintains four neighborhood parks in various subdivisions throughout the city, including Oakwood, Thompson Springs, and Summer Hill Farms. All of these include picnic pavilions, playground areas, open play areas, and paved trails. Fairview is also home to The Village, an outdoor shopping mall that contains over fifty well-known restaurants and close to two hundred outlet stores that sell everything from clothing, groceries, and kitchen appliances to electronics, jewelry, hotel rooms, and even apartments. Close by, the Heritage Ranch Golf and Country Club is nestled the hills, where public golfers and members alike are welcome to play and enjoy the rolling hills of Northeast Texas.

  1. Environmental Mission – Fairview supports every effort made to achieve local sustainability by way of preserving and conserving environmental resources. The city’s ultimate goal is to harmonize the town with its surrounding natural environment by practicing responsible construction and real estate development. This mission helps the community become conscientious and involved with its natural surroundings to foster appreciation for its environmental resources and to help maintain the natural beauty of the place.

Helpful Links for Moving to Fairview, TX:
Application to Connect Utilities
City Website
Vehicle Registration Information

The service center for Fairview, TX is located in Sherman, TX.

Information about Fairview, TX

Est. Population: 7248
County: Collin
Latitude: 33.2000
Longitude: -96.6167
Zip Codes: 75069