The city of Carrollton has been named to America’s 2006 Top 100 Places to Live for 2006 by Relocate America. Also recently named a national “Kid Friendly City,” “Tree City USA” and Texas’ Safest City, Carrollton is home to a quality property tax “rich” school district. A highly educated diverse population lives here and enjoys the largest park system per capital in the Metroplex.
African Americans are spread out in Carrollton however most live in the northern half of the city north of the N President George Bush Turnpike. The largest concentration are in the apartment complexes along Frankford rd and Josey Lane where the median household income is $56,153, and the median rent is $864 a month.
Black population—–12,019 / 9%
Black median household income—–$56,153
Black married households—–29%
Percent of Blacks who have a bachelor’s degree or higher—–39%
Percent of Black households that are homeowners—–31%
Percent of Black Families in poverty—–13%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2012-2016 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates.
Carrollton Independent School District
Carrollton – Farmers Branch ISD Texas State Accountability Rating: Recognized 2011