Historic Downtown Cedar Hill
Rich in Values, Tradition, & History
Cedar Hill was founded around 1846 by a small group of settlers from the Peters Colony. They came seeking a place to build their homes, to socialize, worship, and conduct business. What they discovered was an area rich in natural beauty and opportunity. Since that time Cedar Hill has become a thriving city thanks to the hard work, ingenuity, foresight and determination of our forefathers. It is a city steeped in family values, tradition and rich in history. Click here to learn more on the fascinating history of Cedar Hill by way of the Cedar Hill Musuem of History.
Historic Downtown Cedar Hill has a character all its own and personalized service is a hallmark of doing business in the area. There are a wide range of shops and services, as well as one-of-a-kind dining experiences. From antiques and jewelry to cupcakes and quilts, you're sure to find what you're looking for in Historic Downtown Cedar Hill.
Cedar Hill Historic Downtown Association (H.D.A.) is an initiative with approximately 20 business members located and operating within the Cedar Hill historic downtown area. It operates with a mission of enhancing and promoting the historic downtown area for the benefit of its membership. The group is engaged with Cedar Hill’s local leaders and stakeholders to maintain the local quality of life, help secure and protect downtown Cedar Hill’s heritage and ensure a healthy business environment for the historic downtown area.
H.D.A. Meetings are held the first Tuesday of every month at 9am. Meetings are currently closed to the public. For more information on Cedar Hill H.D.A. visit their "Friends of Historic Downtown Cedar Hill, TX" facebook page.
Current Business Members include: Aunt Agatha’s Attic, Babe’s Chicken Dinner House, Backyard Wildlife Resource Center, Cedar Hill Museum of History, Corner Square Quilts, Crazy Craft Chicks, Distinct Elegance, Kevin Bowen’s Photography, Krave, Lavish Retreat Spa & Salon, Sly Cat Gallery, The Cupcake Company, The Vintage Arah, White Rhino Coffee, Zinn Creative Services, & Zula B. Wylie Public Library.