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The Town of Westlake was founded by a group of pioneers who sought to preserve a place of natural beauty and a vanishing way of life in the Cross Timbers region of Texas. Westlake remains one of the most pioneering communities in the country.  Continue reading

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Westlake's newest developments featured on NBC 5! 
Click here to watch the news segment about Entrada and Granada!
For more information about Westlake Entrada, our first mixed-use development, call 214-287-9009. But please be patient, the developer is working hard to return all of the phone calls and emails received after the news segment aired. 
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 two new developments in Westlake!
Granada, our newest residential development, will include 84 luxury homes priced at $1.2 million and up. Next time you drive by the area, just off of Solana and Davis Blvds. south of Highway 114, take a look at the progress!  

Before summer ends, Westlake hopes to break ground on Entrada, Westlake’s first mixed-use development! The European-style village, featuring Spanish style architecture, will be located at Highway 114 and FM 1938/Davis Blvd. and will include up to 322 residences, as well as retail shops, hotels, restaurants, medical offices, entertainment options, an amphitheater, and a large water feature which will include a Venetian-type signature bridge. 
MORE media coverage about Westlake in D Magazine!
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Check out "The 35 Richest Neighborhoods in Dallas-Fort Worth" in FrontBurner, a D Magazine blog covering area news, politics, music, local celebrities, and culture. The story reports Westlake with the highest average annual household income ($526,590) among all North Texas neighborhoods and the 12th richest in the nation!!

WATER CONSERVATIONSevere watering restrictions are not required in Westlake yet, as we are only on a Stage One watering schedule. But with each passing week of little to no rain, more stringent rules from the Tarrant Regional Water District could be in our future. 

With that in mind, now is the time to think ahead when planning landscaping. For starters, visit the 
Texas A&M AgriLife Water Education Network, which has an abundance of information about plants that are pretty but don’t require as much water as others.

Topics include saving water, sprinklers and irrigation, landscaping, plants and trees, rainwater harvesting, septic systems and onsite waste-water treatment systems, water quality, water wells and drinking water.

More information about yard care including educational events can be found at Texas SmartScape.

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