City of Seagoville Municipal Offices
702 N. Highway 175
Seagoville, TX 75159
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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About Seagoville

Seagoville, Texas sits at the southeast corner of Dallas County, bordering Mesquite to the north, Kaufman County to the east, and the City of Dallas on the west. According to the North Central Texas Council of Governments, the population of Seagoville in the 1990 census was 8,969. The estimated 2014 Population is approaching 15,000.

Seagoville is a home rule city which operates under the City Manager form of government. Located in the Dallas-Ft.Worth metropolitan area, it offers all the benefits of small town living with the conveniences of the big city only a few short miles away.

Shopping & Entertainment

As members of a close-knit community of families from all walks of life, Seagoville residents have easy access to outdoor activities highlighting nature and the environment. Seagoville is home of the Dallas County Post Oak Preserve which offers 2.75 miles of natural surface trails, a large pond, educational signage, multiple benches, and paved parking. The John Bunker Sands Wetland Center is bisected by State Highway 175, and is an environmental jewel for the Seagoville area. The center is open to the public and offers education programs and guided tours. Dallas Independent School District Environmental Education Center is a 500 acre academic facility with programs designed to instruct students and teachers at all grade levels in science in an outdoor setting. The Dallas county Palmetto Alligator Slough Preserve is a major stopping point for migratory birds and contains the remnants of an extensive Upper Cretaceous swamp and a specie of palms that was previously not thought to be located this far north, this Preserve represents one of the most environmentally unique sites in North Texas. A system of boardwalks and observation points which will allow the public to safely enjoy the Preserve is planned.
Seagoville boasts numerous well -appointed parks that include walking trails, playgrounds, a splash pad, tennis and basketball courts as well as family fishing.City sponsored annual events include a Downtown Street Dance in September, Seagofest in October, Mayfest and a Kid Fish Tournament in May, and July 4th Celebrations.
Seagoville residents enjoy local access to national retailers including Wal-Mart, Ace Hardware (Spring 2014) Brookshire’s Grocery, Beall’s Department Store and Cato Fashions as well as numerous local retailers. Residents have easy access to four area malls, two outlet malls, Dallas Uptown nightlife and the area is centrally located to the recreational facilities at Lake Ray Hubbard, Tawakoni, and Cedar Creek Lake.

Work & Education

Those who work in Dallas enjoy a quick commute via Highway 175, and Seagoville is within 20 minutes of two campuses of the Dallas County Community College District, Eastfield College in Mesquite, and Cedar Valley College in Lancaster.

As part of the Dallas Independent School District, Seagoville schools offer the City's students a vast array of resources and access to special TAG and Magnet programs for accelerated learning and career training opportunities.


The local business community boasts a variety of strong small businesses providing services and goods to local citizens, and the City is home to the facilities of major national corporations such as O'Reilly Auto Parts.

The key to Seagoville's success as a thriving suburb which has managed to retain its own identity and down-home atmosphere is its citizenry. From its churches of every denomination to its active parent-teacher organizations, civic groups, and sports teams, to its owner-operated personalized service companies, Seagoville's outstanding feature is the caring and involvement of the people who call it home.