GRANBURY’S EXEMPLARY LIFESTYLE, WORKFORCE AND CENTRAL LOCATION CONTINUE TO FUEL A DIVERSE, THRIVING ECONOMY
Why Choose Hood County?
Granbury and Hood County provide a wealth of opportunities and an atmosphere for development, expansion and leadership that supports a strong, balanced initiative.
The objective of workforce development is to create prosperity for individuals, businesses, and the community as a whole. The Granbury Chamber of Commerce provides resources for professional development, career opportunities, and business expansion.
Available space, cooperative agreements, and great incentives make the Granbury and Hood County community an ideal location for new business and expansion.
of Hood County
•Granbury has won “Best Historic Small Town” by USA Today Readers Choice for three years in a row! 2019, 2020 and 2021.
• Located in North Central Texas west of Fort Worth.
• Served by U.S. Highway 377, State Highway 144, State FM 51 and State FM 4.
• Close proximity to Interstate 35, Interstate 20 and Interstate 30
• Three Class A rail links to the Metroplex, Mexico, and U.S. coasts.
Top 10 Industries
An advocate for organizations relocating to Granbury or Hood County, the Granbury Chamber of Commerce helps navigate by establishing opportune relationships, ensuring a smooth transition. The strength of our small business community demonstrates the community’s loyalty to their neighbors. Whether on the Historic Granbury Square, on the Highway 377 corridor, or further out in Hood County, small business is a vital piece of our economic strength.
Just minutes from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, the Granbury and Hood County Microplex, is earning national recognitions; Top Historic Small Town in the U.S. by USA Today, Best Place to Retire by Investment U, Top 5 of Fourth of July Celebrations in the Nation, and is a “Film Friendly Texas Certified” Community. In fact, Hood County was the ninth fastest growing County in the country, by percentage growth.
Workforce and Education
Hood County Population: 61,643
Labor pool of over 1.5 million people within a 30 minute drive time
4.1% Population Growth
420.5 square miles
98% Graduation Rate
7,300 students enrolled in 10 campuses
921 ISD Employees
$22.1 million in scholarship awards given
One of the lowest taxed school districts in the Dallas-Fort Worth area