Cedar Hill, Texas, in Dallas county, is 11 miles S of Grand Prairie, Texas (center to center) and 13 miles SE of Arlington, Texas. The city benefits from easy access to the nearby cities and towns with which it shares the Dallas metropolitan area. Cedar Hill contains a population of approximately 32,093.
In Cedar Hill, about 63% of adults are married. Married couples seem to be the rule in Cedar Hill, at least compared to other cities of its size. The city has a large-family feeling. There are plenty of young children in Cedar Hill.
Approximately 43% of Cedar Hill is non-white. The city offers a wonderful balance of many varieties of people.
In 2000, Cedar Hill had a median family income of $63,416. The typical family in Cedar Hill is better off than most in Texas. The city has a large middle class. There just aren't a lot of poor people in Cedar Hill. Interestingly, lots of people in the city have Bachelor's degrees (or better).
Political donors in Cedar Hill favored George W. Bush in the 2004 Presidential race, contributing $24,555. Among political parties, the Republican party was tops in raising money in the city.
Cedar Hill has, of course, a mix of various types of housing. Recently 81% of the livable housing units were owner-occupied. Homes in the city are newer than those found in most places. Taxes on residences are higher here than most places in Texas, which may reflect a commitment to education in the city.
In Cedar Hill, 96% of commuters drive to work.
Cedar Hill strengths, compared to Peers (similar size places nationally) or State (other places in Texas):
|Racial Diversity |
|Well-Paid Single Women |
|Median Family Income |
|College Educated Adults |
|People in Middle Class or Better |
|Public Transportation Use |
|Low Rate of Poverty |
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