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Living in Flower Mound, Texas:
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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Flower Mound, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Flower Mound what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Flower Mound is one of the fastest-growing cities in all of Texas. We are located very close to DFW Airport, which has contributed greatly to our growth in recent years. Our city has some of the best schools in the country, with more than ninety percent of our students heading to college after graduation. We are named after a mound in the center of town that is cared for by the community to allow indigenous wildflowers to grow. We also have many hiking trails near Grapevine Lake that are open for enjoyment to all.

Flower Mound has many opportunities to offer. There are multiple family-owned businesses you are able to visit to support local entrepreneurship. In addition to the shops, there are several groups that you are able to get involved with to meet new, smiling faces. Last, our city has many nature viewing spots which include but are not limited to Sunset Point, North Shore Trail, and Stone Creek Park.

Flower Mound is a small city nestled 25 miles from the big city of Dallas, Texas. Being a small town, it is fast growing for the last five years. This city is a great place especially raising children. There are several schools around, too, that are rated five stars.

Nethaniel, says: 2020

Flower Mound is a great place to visit or consider moving to if you are a fan of nature. As soon as you enter the city limits, you are instantly greeted with a sign that touts “Tree City” as one of its many accolades. Though most surrounding suburbs in the DFW area boast nature and the outdoors to entice visitors, for the most part you’ll end up with newly planted trees in recent developments. In Flower Mound, the “Tree City” label stands tall and true, not unlike the numerous shade trees that are here.

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