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Mesquite is a Texan suburb located to the east of Dallas. Most of Mesquite is in Dallas County with the remaining in Kaufman County. It has a population of over 140,000. The town has a median home value of $143,000 and the citizens here enjoy a dense suburban feel.
Mesquite was incorporated in 1878. It was named after Mesquite creek. In its early years, Mesquite was the land of the outlaws.
‘The Mesquite’ is Dallas County’s longest-running newspaper, to the pride of the town. It was established in 1882 by R.S. Kimbrough. Charlie Columbus McNally founded the Mesquite Rodeo here in 1946. Since then, the Rodeo has a permanent location in Mesquite.
Mesquite has many names including the Rodeo Capital of Texas and Playful City. It has been called Tree City USA for nearly 25 years by the National Arbor Day Foundation.
Mesquite is great for business. AT&T, UPS, FedEx, and Ashley Furniture have offices in Mesquite.
Come and marvel at the magnificence of Mesquite.
Mesquite has many neighborhoods like Lawson, Melton, Rutherford, Parkview, Tealwood, and Skyline. Some popular places are Wildwood, Idlewood, Valley Creek, Meadow Creek, Pecan Creek, and Meadowview.
Broadmoor Estates, Big Town Estates, Presidential estates, Pasadena Gardens, and Samuell Farms are some notable neighborhoods here. The top areas to live are Falcon’s Lair, Falcon’s Ridge, Rollingwood Hills, Original Town, Creek Crossing, and Palos Verde. Northridge, Quail’s Hollow, and Fuenten also come under Mesquite neighborhoods.
Mesquite lies at the intersection of the four main highways of Interstates 30, 635, 20, and U.S. Route 80. This makes it accessible to many cities like Dallas and places like the DFW Airport or Lake Ray Hubbard.
The area code of Mesquite is 469 and its ZIP codes are 75149, 75150, and 75181
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Mesquite is 14.2 miles from Dallas. It takes 18 minutes to reach it if you take the I-30E. You need to get on I-30 E from Young St and South St. Paul Street. Then, continue on I-30 E. After this, take US-80 E to Interstate 635 Service Rd/Lyndon B Johnson Fwy/Rodeo Center Blvd in Mesquite. Now, take exit 4 from I-635 S. Finally, follow Military Pkwy and W Davis St to S Galloway Ave. You should now be in Mesquite.
The DART buses operate in the Mesquite region. So do Amtrak trains. The City Of Mesquite PASsenger Shuttle (COMPASS) is an express bus service between Mesquite’s Hanby Stadium and Lawnview Station. It only runs on weekdays. STAR Transit connects the DART Rail Green Line and COMPASS.
What is unique about Mesquite is that it has a local airport. The Mesquite Metro Airport lies to the east of the Mesquite business District and is for public use. It is to the west of the Dallas County and Kaufman County border. The airport is roughly 3.48 miles from the business district of Mesquite.
Mesquite has many restaurants to cater to your taste. Texas Roadhouse and Mesquite Diner tie with each other to offer you sizzling steaks. Mesquite BBQ is the place for barbecues while Bell is for burgers. If you want Greek, you have The House of Gyros or the Atheneos Greek Village Cafe. Posadas Cafe is for Mexican while Joe’s Pizza and Pasta is for Italian. Razzoo’s is the authentic Cajun and Creole eatery at Mesquite.
At Mesquite, BoomerJack’s Grill and Bar is famous. So are Stables and the Fireplace Lounge. The Neon Club is a Dance club and bar where you can have fun with drinks. Knockout, DaBoyz, and DMP are sports bars in town. If you want cocktails, go to Royal 38.
Mesquite has a lot of attractions where people love to spend the day with their friends, family, and co-workers. The Mesquite Arts Center has a theater hall, music performance hall, and galleries. It is a 36,700 square foot facility acting as Mesquite’s cultural center. The Mesquite Band and Mesquite Symphony Orchestra regularly perform here.
The Mesquite Golf Club spans 154 acres and is an 18-hole golf course. It has a driving range and a pro shop as well.
Mesquite city has 76 parks lending the city a green look. There are also 4 recreation centers for family fun. In 2015, Mesquite opened its Heritage Trail system with 4.25 miles of concrete trail walks.
The star attraction of Mesquite is the Mesquite Championship Rodeo held every year at the Mesquite Arena. It features bull riding, saddle bronc riding, team roping, barrel racing, and more activities.
The Big Town Mall is another major attraction of Mesquite. It is the first enclosed shopping mall in Texas. The other big mall in Mesquite is the Town East Mall.
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The Opal Lawrence Historical Park in Mesquite is registered in the National Register of Historic Places. It is famous for its old Texdan Prairie home which is complete with a smokehouse, barns and, even a cellar. Florence Ranch Homestead is another historical landmark present at Mesquite.
Kids Quest De Bust, Valley Creek Park, and Celebration Station are other main landmarks of Mesquite.
Mesquite is famous for its Rodeo. Every year, you can see cowboys and horses at the manual Rodeo at Mesquite Center.
Mesquite is a loving neighborhood with nice people. The neighbors are friendly and there are job opportunities for everyone in the city. It is a decently sized suburb with welcoming people and excellent schools.
Mesquite has a total area of 46.2 square miles, of which only 0.33% is water ( 0.2 square miles).
Vinyl stone flooring will be a quick and cost-effective flooring option in Mesquite. Vinyl is a versatile material that gives the appearance of a stone floor. You can enjoy quick installation and usage in less than 3 days.
Hardwood floors are the better option in Mesquite than carpets. Hardwood floors last 50+ years and look new with regular polishing. Carpets have a lifespan of 10 – 20 years and look dull after a few years.
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