We may be just a few miles from downtown Dallas, but we’re far away from the stress and the grind of the big city. Here’s more info on where we are and how to get here.
Just 23-miles east of Dallas, on the shores of Lake Ray Hubbard, the City of Rockwall is a quaint and charming town that’s easy to find and easy to reach. More than 7.5 million people live in the DFW area, making Rockwall accessible to an extremely large consumer and industrial market — and workforce.
The City of Rockwall
Don’t let the term “small town” fool you. Rockwall is home to a wide variety of culture and entertainment. A popular local staycation spot, the Harbor features concerts on the lake and fine dining. Meanwhile, you’ll find plenty of shopping, art shows and bistros in the historic Downtown Square. And with golfing communities, fishing and sailing on Lake Ray Hubbard, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in Rockwall.
You can learn more about Rockwall’s topography, demographic, utility network, zoning, property ownership, and other data geographically through interactive mapping on the City of Rockwall GIS.
Nearby Major Interstates and Thoroughfares
• US Highway 75
• President George Bush Turnpike
• Dallas North Tollway
• Genesee & Wyoming: DGNO, which provides access to the BNSF and UP rail lines
• Wylie Intermodal: Operated by Kansas City Southern
• DFW International Airport
• Dallas Love Field
• Ralph M Hall/Rockwall Municipal Airport
• Mesquite Airport
• Caddo Mills Municipal Airport
• Greenville Majors Airport
With plenty of available land, financial incentives, and an educated, experienced workforce, Rockwall may just be your new home. Drop us a line to learn more.
“Doing business in Rockwall and North Central Texas is great for several reasons. First and foremost is the talent pool in which we get to draw. Secondly, the community, schools, and businesses work closely together for the benefit of each other and finally, the quality of life for all of us that work at SPM. Rockwall is an excellent location because of Interstate 30 providing regional access and close proximity to our suppliers and customers.”
“When I came to Texas, I felt this Texas pride. People here, they want to support domestic and local manufacturing and the local manufacturers want to support the local community… In California, it took us five years to build what we have right now. But in Texas, it will only take 12 months to surpass what we’re currently doing in California. I foresee our manufacturing capability will be three times what we’re currently doing in California.”
“The EDC (in Rockwall) has really gone a lot further than what any other EDC would have done. They’ve really made a commitment to help us grow and made a commitment to be there for us… I really believe that it was the perfect decision, coming here to Rockwall. It was a lot better than what we ever thought it would be.”
“The hidden benefit we didn’t recognize initially when we scouted out the territory was really how great the skilled, hourly workforce was going to be. We didn’t realize how good it would be… I’ve worked in twelve manufacturing facilities in corrugated and this is by far the best group I’ve ever had.”