Eastland Economic Development, Inc. Eastland City Hall 113 E. Commerce Street • Eastland, TX 76448 254-271-9374

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Eastland Medical & Professional Park
Fresh air, clean water, accessibility, and low cost energy make Eastland an attractive place to live and work. But so do things like the breadth of medical resources, the vast array of services for businesses and people. They all contribute significantly to the community's high quality of life. The resources that will be required for Eastland to continue its current quality of life well into the future are in abundance. Careful planning by city fathers has laid the foundation for sustainable, affordable development for many decades to come. We're fortunate that the resources both people and businesses need today and will require in the future don't have to be imported from other regions. Eastland is a great place to raise a family, with a population base of almost 3,800 residents. A self contained town with medical amenities, sports for all ages, quality schools and competitive business environments all serve to make Eastland an complete place for a short stay or for a life-time. Early fall kicks off the Eastland Little Dribblers leagues for both girls and boys and they play on Saturdays during the fall and early winter. Baseball and softball are not far behind and both leagues offer T-ball from ages 4 up to 18. Along with the local golf courses and lakes, there is a complete offering for the sporting enthusiast year round. If hunting and fishing are your hobbies, Eastland County offers many opportunities for wild game hunting. Additionally, fishing at Lake Leon is some of the best in the area. From its quite historic neighborhoods to its thriving business center, forward thinking people are keeping Eastland on the cutting edge of growth… and yet planning it in such a way as to not lose its small town West-Texas flavor. The opportunities for jobs and business abound and the full service airport makes Eastland a quality town to live in and enjoy. It is only and hour and twenty minutes from the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex, and that is close enough.
Eastland Economic Development, Inc. Eastland City Hall 113 E. Commerce Street • Eastland, TX 76448 254-271-9374

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Eastland Community Profile

 

Location

 

About Eastland

 

Demographics

 

Lifestyle

 

Education

 

Labor Pool

 

Taxes

Visit Eastland • Eastland Chamber of Commerce • City of Eastland Eastland Community Foundation
Eastland Medical & Professional Park
Fresh air, clean water, accessibility, and low cost energy make Eastland an attractive place to live and work. But so do things like the breadth of medical resources, the vast array of services for businesses and people. They all contribute significantly to the community's high quality of life. The resources that will be required for Eastland to continue its current quality of life well into the future are in abundance. Careful planning by city fathers has laid the foundation for sustainable, affordable development for many decades to come. We're fortunate that the resources both people and businesses need today and will require in the future don't have to be imported from other regions. Eastland is a great place to raise a family, with a population base of almost 3,800 residents. A self contained town with medical amenities, sports for all ages, quality schools and competitive business environments all serve to make Eastland an complete place for a short stay or for a life-time. Early fall kicks off the Eastland Little Dribblers leagues for both girls and boys and they play on Saturdays during the fall and early winter. Baseball and softball are not far behind and both leagues offer T-ball from ages 4 up to 18. Along with the local golf courses and lakes, there is a complete offering for the sporting enthusiast year round. If hunting and fishing are your hobbies, Eastland County offers many opportunities for wild game hunting. Additionally, fishing at Lake Leon is some of the best in the area. From its quite historic neighborhoods to its thriving business center, forward thinking people are keeping Eastland on the cutting edge of growth… and yet planning it in such a way as to not lose its small town West-Texas flavor. The opportunities for jobs and business abound and the full service airport makes Eastland a quality town to live in and enjoy. It is only and hour and twenty minutes from the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex, and that is close enough.
Eastland Economic Development, Inc. Eastland City Hall 113 E. Commerce Street • Eastland, TX 76448 254-271-9374
Visit Eastland • Eastland Chamber of Commerce • City of Eastland Eastland Community Foundation
Eastland Medical & Professional Park
Fresh air, clean water, accessibility, and low cost energy make Eastland an attractive place to live and work. But so do things like the breadth of medical resources, the vast array of services for businesses and people. They all contribute significantly to the community's high quality of life. The resources that will be required for Eastland to continue its current quality of life well into the future are in abundance. Careful planning by city fathers has laid the foundation for sustainable, affordable development for many decades to come. We're fortunate that the resources both people and businesses need today and will require in the future don't have to be imported from other regions. Eastland is a great place to raise a family, with a population base of almost 3,800 residents. A self contained town with medical amenities, sports for all ages, quality schools and competitive business environments all serve to make Eastland an complete place for a short stay or for a life-time. Early fall kicks off the Eastland Little Dribblers leagues for both girls and boys and they play on Saturdays during the fall and early winter. Baseball and softball are not far behind and both leagues offer T-ball from ages 4 up to 18. Along with the local golf courses and lakes, there is a complete offering for the sporting enthusiast year round. If hunting and fishing are your hobbies, Eastland County offers many opportunities for wild game hunting. Additionally, fishing at Lake Leon is some of the best in the area. From its quite historic neighborhoods to its thriving business center, forward thinking people are keeping Eastland on the cutting edge of growth… and yet planning it in such a way as to not lose its small town West-Texas flavor. The opportunities for jobs and business abound and the full service airport makes Eastland a quality town to live in and enjoy. It is only and hour and twenty minutes from the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex, and that is close enough.
Eastland Economic Development, Inc. Eastland City Hall 113 E. Commerce Street • Eastland, TX 76448 254-271-9374
Visit Eastland • Eastland Chamber of Commerce • City of Eastland Eastland Community Foundation
Eastland Medical & Professional Park
Fresh air, clean water, accessibility, and low cost energy make Eastland an attractive place to live and work. But so do things like the breadth of medical resources, the vast array of services for businesses and people. They all contribute significantly to the community's high quality of life. The resources that will be required for Eastland to continue its current quality of life well into the future are in abundance. Careful planning by city fathers has laid the foundation for sustainable, affordable development for many decades to come. We're fortunate that the resources both people and businesses need today and will require in the future don't have to be imported from other regions. Eastland is a great place to raise a family, with a population base of almost 3,800 residents. A self contained town with medical amenities, sports for all ages, quality schools and competitive business environments all serve to make Eastland an complete place for a short stay or for a life-time. Early fall kicks off the Eastland Little Dribblers leagues for both girls and boys and they play on Saturdays during the fall and early winter. Baseball and softball are not far behind and both leagues offer T-ball from ages 4 up to 18. Along with the local golf courses and lakes, there is a complete offering for the sporting enthusiast year round. If hunting and fishing are your hobbies, Eastland County offers many opportunities for wild game hunting. Additionally, fishing at Lake Leon is some of the best in the area. From its quite historic neighborhoods to its thriving business center, forward thinking people are keeping Eastland on the cutting edge of growth… and yet planning it in such a way as to not lose its small town West-Texas flavor. The opportunities for jobs and business abound and the full service airport makes Eastland a quality town to live in and enjoy. It is only and hour and twenty minutes from the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex, and that is close enough.

 

 

 

Eastland Community Profile

 

Location

 

About Eastland

 

Demographics

 

Lifestyle

 

Education

 

Labor Pool

 

Taxes

Visit Eastland • Eastland Chamber of Commerce City of Eastland • Eastland Community Foundation
Eastland Medical & Professional Park
Fresh air, clean water, accessibility, and low cost energy make Eastland an attractive place to live and work. But so do things like the breadth of medical resources, the vast array of services for businesses and people. They all contribute significantly to the community's high quality of life. The resources that will be required for Eastland to continue its current quality of life well into the future are in abundance. Careful planning by city fathers has laid the foundation for sustainable, affordable development for many decades to come. We're fortunate that the resources both people and businesses need today and will require in the future don't have to be imported from other regions. Eastland is a great place to raise a family, with a population base of almost 3,800 residents. A self contained town with medical amenities, sports for all ages, quality schools and competitive business environments all serve to make Eastland an complete place for a short stay or for a life-time. Early fall kicks off the Eastland Little Dribblers leagues for both girls and boys and they play on Saturdays during the fall and early winter. Baseball and softball are not far behind and both leagues offer T-ball from ages 4 up to 18. Along with the local golf courses and lakes, there is a complete offering for the sporting enthusiast year round. If hunting and fishing are your hobbies, Eastland County offers many opportunities for wild game hunting. Additionally, fishing at Lake Leon is some of the best in the area. From its quite historic neighborhoods to its thriving business center, forward thinking people are keeping Eastland on the cutting edge of growth… and yet planning it in such a way as to not lose its small town West-Texas flavor. The opportunities for jobs and business abound and the full service airport makes Eastland a quality town to live in and enjoy. It is only and hour and twenty minutes from the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex, and that is close enough.

Eastland Community Profile

 

Location

 

About Eastland

 

Demographics

 

Lifestyle

 

Education

 

Labor Pool

 

Taxes

Visit Eastland • Eastland Chamber of Commerce City of Eastland • Eastland Community Foundation
Eastland Medical & Professional Park
Fresh air, clean water, accessibility, and low cost energy make Eastland an attractive place to live and work. But so do things like the breadth of medical resources, the vast array of services for businesses and people. They all contribute significantly to the community's high quality of life. The resources that will be required for Eastland to continue its current quality of life well into the future are in abundance. Careful planning by city fathers has laid the foundation for sustainable, affordable development for many decades to come. We're fortunate that the resources both people and businesses need today and will require in the future don't have to be imported from other regions. Eastland is a great place to raise a family, with a population base of almost 3,800 residents. A self contained town with medical amenities, sports for all ages, quality schools and competitive business environments all serve to make Eastland an complete place for a short stay or for a life-time. Early fall kicks off the Eastland Little Dribblers leagues for both girls and boys and they play on Saturdays during the fall and early winter. Baseball and softball are not far behind and both leagues offer T-ball from ages 4 up to 18. Along with the local golf courses and lakes, there is a complete offering for the sporting enthusiast year round. If hunting and fishing are your hobbies, Eastland County offers many opportunities for wild game hunting. Additionally, fishing at Lake Leon is some of the best in the area. From its quite historic neighborhoods to its thriving business center, forward thinking people are keeping Eastland on the cutting edge of growth… and yet planning it in such a way as to not lose its small town West-Texas flavor. The opportunities for jobs and business abound and the full service airport makes Eastland a quality town to live in and enjoy. It is only and hour and twenty minutes from the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex, and that is close enough.

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Visit Eastland • Eastland Chamber of Commerce City of Eastland • Eastland Community Foundation

Eastland Community Profile

 

Location

 

About Eastland

 

Demographics

 

Lifestyle

 

Education

 

Labor Pool

 

Taxes

Eastland Medical & Professional Park
Fresh air, clean water, accessibility, and low cost energy make Eastland an attractive place to live and work. But so do things like the breadth of medical resources, the vast array of services for businesses and people. They all contribute significantly to the community's high quality of life. The resources that will be required for Eastland to continue its current quality of life well into the future are in abundance. Careful planning by city fathers has laid the foundation for sustainable, affordable development for many decades to come. We're fortunate that the resources both people and businesses need today and will require in the future don't have to be imported from other regions. Eastland is a great place to raise a family, with a population base of almost 3,800 residents. A self contained town with medical amenities, sports for all ages, quality schools and competitive business environments all serve to make Eastland an complete place for a short stay or for a life-time. Early fall kicks off the Eastland Little Dribblers leagues for both girls and boys and they play on Saturdays during the fall and early winter. Baseball and softball are not far behind and both leagues offer T-ball from ages 4 up to 18. Along with the local golf courses and lakes, there is a complete offering for the sporting enthusiast year round. If hunting and fishing are your hobbies, Eastland County offers many opportunities for wild game hunting. Additionally, fishing at Lake Leon is some of the best in the area. From its quite historic neighborhoods to its thriving business center, forward thinking people are keeping Eastland on the cutting edge of growth… and yet planning it in such a way as to not lose its small town West-Texas flavor. The opportunities for jobs and business abound and the full service airport makes Eastland a quality town to live in and enjoy. It is only and hour and twenty minutes from the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex, and that is close enough.

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Fresh air, clean water, accessibility, and low cost energy make Eastland an attractive place to live and work. But so do things like the breadth of medical resources, the vast array of services for businesses and people. They all contribute significantly to the community's high quality of life. The resources that will be required for Eastland to continue its current quality of life well into the future are in abundance. Careful planning by city fathers
Visit Eastland Chamber of Commerce • City of Eastland Eastland Community Foundation
Eastland Economic Development, Inc. Eastland City Hall 113 E. Commerce Street • Eastland, TX 76448 254-271-9374
has laid the foundation for sustainable, affordable development for many decades to come. We're fortunate that the resources both people and businesses need today and will require in the future don't have to be imported from other regions. Eastland is a great place to raise a family, with a population base of almost 3,800 residents. A self contained town with medical amenities, sports for all ages, quality schools and competitive business environments all serve to make Eastland an complete place for a short stay or for a life-time. Early fall kicks off the Eastland Little Dribblers leagues for both girls and boys and they play on Saturdays during the fall and early winter. Baseball and softball are not far behind and both leagues offer T-ball from ages 4 up to 18. Along with the local golf courses and lakes, there is a complete offering for the sporting enthusiast year round. If hunting and fishing are your hobbies, Eastland County offers many opportunities for wild game hunting. Additionally, fishing at Lake Leon is some of the best in the area. From its quite historic neighborhoods to its thriving business center, forward thinking people are keeping Eastland on the cutting edge of growth… and yet planning it in such a way as to not lose its small town West-Texas flavor. The opportunities for jobs and business abound and the full service airport makes Eastland a quality town to live in and enjoy. It is only and hour and twenty minutes from the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex, and that is close enough.