The top schools, small town tranquility and close proximity to major employment centers in nearby Fort Worth put Mansfield, TX on the map when the city was recognized as one of the best places to live in America by Money Magazine in 2014. Money Magazine cited Mansfield’s economic boom—boosted by the Methodist Medical Center’s expansion—and wide-open parks and trails as standout reasons more DFW homeowners are moving to the city. The magazine also praised Mansfield’s high-rated schools and teachers for encouraging students to pursue high-powered careers in everything from agriculture to engineering.
Highway 360 Improvements
The Highway 360 South project has been completed and is now open. The project added additional toll lanes and frontage roads between Green Oaks Boulevard and Highway 287. It gives Mansfield drivers quicker access to the DFW Airport and the surrounding areas.