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About Us

One visit and you'll discover why everybody is saying, "You'll Love Living in Lindale."

Lindale is a fast growing community in northeast Texas.  This growth is only expected to intensify in the years to come.  Our growth can be attributed largely to excellent schools, strategic location and that "hometown" sense of community people yearn for.

Lindale is located pine and hardwood forests in the rolling hills of beautiful northeast Texas, just 13 miles northwest of Tyler in northern Smith County.  The city is strategically situated at the intersection of U.S. 69 and Interstate 20 with approximately 70,000 vehicles passing through per day, according to recent TXDOT traffic studies.  Lindale continues to grow along both the U.S. 69 and I-20 corridors. 

While many parts of the country are water poor, east Texas has a very good supply of water. Adequate and reliable utilities as well as significant parcels of open land, combined with excellent access to major highways are some of the things available to those companies who have staked their future with us.   Lindale began seeing significant retail growth in the early 2000's and that growth continues today, with new retail, restaurants and industrial facilities on the drawing board.

In 2008 Tyler Junior College opened a satellite campus in Lindale and, due to significant growth, expanded the current location in 2011 to provide additional classroom and office space.  Please see our Education page for more information on education opportunities in the Lindale area.

Recreation, cultural and educational opportunities abound.  Guests and residents alike enjoy playing golf, boating, fishing, Community Theater, festivals and sports throughout the area.  Lindale has two large parks and recently opened the Old Mill Pond Agricultural Museum.  In addition, the City has acquired land immediately northeast of downtown which is being master planned for another City park.

The 170 acre Faulkner Park is one of the City parks and is located 4 miles north of Lindale.  Park facilities include soccer and baseball fields, lighted tennis courts, volleyball and basketball courts, a pavilion, concession stand and a paved walking path around a scenic 15-acre lake. 

Recently, the City has opened the Old Mill Pond Agricultural Museum.  Located just north of Lowes on Hwy 69, this museum is open on weekends and offers a large variety of historical agricultural artifacts, a mill museum, model railroad and other features.  Visitors will enjoy walking through the picturesque grounds among towering pines, quiet pond and various museum buildings.  A quiet moment in the quaint chapel is a must.

The bottom line is Lindale is a great place to live, work and raise a family.  It is also a great place to do business.  We hope you will visit and discover why everybody is saying "You'll Love Living in Lindale."