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Find Real Estate for Lease or Sale in Grand Prairie: Do your own search or phone 972-237-8327 to request a custom property search.

Economic Development Reports

2009-2010 Economic Development Report
2007-2008 Economic Development Report
Winter 2006 2007 Economic Development Report

Code, Building Permits, Occupancy Permits

Planning Department: Comprehensive plan, zoning, land use, development process and applications
Code Enforcement

Dallas-Fort Worth Demographics, Transportation Projects

North Central Texas Council of Governments
North Texas Toll Authority

Labor Market Information

WorkforceWages by industry, occupation and location (Texas Workforce Commission - TWC)
TWC labor market publications, links, other related resources
Grand Prairie labor market: civilian labor force, unemployment rate
DFW-Arlington Metro Area wages (U.S. BLS Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates)

Business Organization, Networking

Great Southwest Industrial District Association, an organization of businesses in the Grand Prairie and Arlington industrial park
Grand Prairie Chamber of Commerce

Property Appraisal Values, Ownership, Location

Dallas County Appraisal District - appraises property in eastern part of Grand Prairie (in Dallas County).
Tarrant County Appraisal District - appraises property in western part of Grand Prairie (in Tarrant County).
Ellis County Appraisal District - appraises property in south Grand Prairie that lies in Ellis County.


U.S. Census Bureau Grand Prairie fact finder
Grand Prairie QuickFacts from the US Census Bureau

Real Estate Research

Cushman & Wakefield
CB Richard Ellis
Grubb & Ellis

State of Texas

Texas Economic Development
Texas Comptroller

Economic Development Department

317 W. College St., Grand Prairie, TX 75050
(972) 237- 8160
Fax (972) 237-8161

Bob O’Neal
Director, Business & Retail Recruitment

Terry Jones
Business Manager, Industrial Recruitment, Retention & Expansion

Rita Heep
Business Manager, Retail and Commercial

Terry Tate
Business Analyst

Maria Cerda
Administrative Supervisor

The Economic Development Department retains and expands local businesses; assists in creating new business start-up opportunities; markets the community as a place to do business; recruits new businesses including restaurant, retail, office operations and manufacturing; explores international investment and trade opportunities; and manages special projects such as economic and demographic database development, and downtown redevelopment opportunities.
Last updated: 7/16/2014 3:20:07 PM