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Housing & Neighborhoods

Housing in Cedar Hill is predominately single-family homes with a variety of styles and prices. Click here for an extensive listing of homes for sale with photos in Cedar Hill.

The number of households in Cedar Hill is estimated to change from 15,535 to 17,697, resulting in an increase of 13.9% between 2010 and the current year. Over the next five years, the number of households is projected to increase by 7.7%. 

  • 73.7% of dwellings are estimated to be owner-occupied 
  • 83.9% are estimated to be structures of one-unit detached dwellings
  • 27.2% of dwellings are estimated to have been housing unit built 2000 to 2009
  • 14.6% of dwellings are estimated to have been housing unit built 1970 to 1979

The average household income is estimated to be $88,511 for the current year. Over the next five years, the average household income is estimated to increase to $95,217. 

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Through the Neighborhood Services Department, the City of Cedar Hill provides a network of services, programs, and events. Through several active neighborhood associations and four public improvement districts, residents have access to communication tools like My Neighborhood Online as well as various neighborhood outreach programs.

Cedar Hill Neighborhood Services focuses on every neighborhood being a Premier Neighborhood, with active and robust membership that encourages positive communication among neighbors and improves the quality of life for residents. The City Council continues to support programs that foster this vision and strengthen our community.

The City Neighborhood Services Department allocates time and resources to residents, including but not limited to:

  • Postage & Printing
  • Welcome Bags
  • Neighborhood Matching Grant
  • NeighborWoods ® (free tree program)
  • Premier Neighborhood Award
  • Neighborhood Annual Events
  • Citywide Block Party
  • Country Day on the Hill
  • National Night Out
  • Neighborhood BBQ Cook-Off

For more information contact Michelle Ebanks, IOM, Neighborhood Services Manager at 972.291.5100 x 1099. “Neighborhood Services improves and maintains neighborhood vitality through enhanced communications, facilitation & education.”