Small Town Charm... Big City Opportunities
In 1952, the Town of Pantego was incorporated in North Central Texas about ten miles southeast of the Tarrant County Courthouse in downtown Fort Worth. The Town is surrounded on three sides by the City of Arlington and on the south by the City of Dalworthington Gardens. Bowen Road serves as the major north-south thoroughfare and a branch of Rush Creek meanders through town, adding to the natural beauty of Bicentennial Park. Our primary land use is moderate to large lot single-family residential with secondary uses including multi-family, retail, office, and light industrial.
Despite its location in the heart of the nation's fourth largest metro area — the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Metroplex — a land area of just one square mile means that Pantego will forever provide that small town feel. Along Park Row Drive and Pioneer Parkway (TX Spur 303), you'll find dozens of locally-owned boutiques, shops, and restaurants. Residents enjoy events throughout the year hosted by community organizations, local entrepreneurs, and those who graciously volunteer their time and talents to Town advisory boards.
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The Town strives to be a premier community in which to live, work, and retire while maintaining our small-town atmosphere and providing quality public services in a cost-effective manner. Above all, the Town Council remains committed to meeting the evolving needs of our residents and business owners while also preserving Pantego's long-standing reputation as a respite from the hectic pace of the Metroplex. Though Pantego has only grown by about 10% since 1990 (compared to the overall DFW region, which has almost doubled in population during the same time), the Town's central location provides quick access to numerous culture and entertainment venues. Town Hall is less than ten miles from AT&T Stadium, Globe Life Park, Texas Live!, Six Flags, and Hurricane Harbor. Or, about a thirty-minute drive to Fort Worth's historic Stockyards, downtown Dallas, or DFW International Airport.