CITY OF JUSTIN
Justin is located five miles west of IH-35W, four miles north of SH-114 and Texas Motor Speedway. Alliance Airport is only eight miles south, and DFW airport is 25 miles east.
Build-out Population: approx. 20,000
% Built-out: 45% of existing city limits
New Home Prices: Mid $200’s to $400’s
Average Household Income: $97,000
Financial Stability: “AA-” Bond Rating
Academics: Northwest Independent School District
2019 Winner of the Community Spotlight Award from the Greater Fort Worth Builders Association
Dedicated to a high level of service for residents from parks and events to utilities and public safety.
Significant residential growth supporting new & existing businesses
Justin is facing rapid residential growth which will set the City up for great future retail opportunities. Ample space is still available for residential and commercial development, including properties along the FM 156 and FM 407 corridors. Over 2,000 homes/dwelling units are currently in the planning or platting phases with several subdivisions actively building homes with price points between the mid $200s and upper $400s. Timberbrook, the City’s largest planned development, is under construction now with home sites, amenity centers, hike and bike trails, and a dog park coming in soon. A large lot alternative is available in Legacy Ranch subdivision, and a 300-unit multi-family complex, The Village at Reatta, has recently joined the City’s landscape.
With completion of the newly-expanded FM 156 roadway through the City, the City is observing significant interest in new commercial development and revitalization of existing businesses. In 2020, the City will invest approximately $2MM in improvements to the Old Town business district by constructing a downtown parking area and improving drainage. With over 200 parking spaces at completion, there will be abundant opportunities for new and expanding businesses.
With several active subdivisions and many plans for future growth and expansion, Justin offers a full array of housing types, prices, and amenities to meet the needs of our current and new residents.
Justin is strategically located at the intersection of FM 407 and FM 156, four miles north of SH-114 and just minutes away from the GE Locomotive Plant and Texas Motor Speedway. The BNSF Railroad, which was a key to the early success of the City, still comes through the heart of Justin today.
Justin is a friendly community known for western appeal and small town charm, and is often referred to as the boot capital of the western world. Justin offers a rural landscape, over 50 acres of park space for residents to enjoy, as well as unique shopping and dining experiences.
The growth around IH-35W north has been incredible to say the least, and there is no denying the prosperity headed to Justin! The City’s population will more than double in less than 10 years, and there is an emphasis now on preserving our small town rural charm as the City grows.
Justin is committed to quality development and continues to provide excellent public service to businesses and residents. The City has been working hard to prepare itself for this significant population growth and is currently undertaking many infrastructure improvements throughout the city in order to ensure sustainability citywide. The Justin City Council is committed to promoting a sustainable community through the implementation of forward-thinking policies and programs. Special attention is focused on ensuring that Justin’s quality of life is not only enjoyed by today’s residents, but guaranteed for future generations to come.
City Website cityofjustin.com
Economic Development justintxedc.com