Mansfield is a suburban city in the U.S. state of Texas and is part of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex area. The city is located in Tarrant county, with a few small parts in Ellis and Johnson counties. Mansfield is located approximately 30 miles from Dallas and 20 miles from Fort Worth and is adjacent to Arlington.
Ralph Sandiford Mann and Julian Feild arrived around in now Mansfield in 1856 and built a grist mill at the crossroads that was would become the city center. The Walnut Creek Congregation of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church organized itself in 1854. In 1856, Julian Feild purchased 540 acres in the Mansfield area. Man and Feild completed their three-story brick grist mill sometime between 1856 and 1859 and was the first to utilize steam.
As of the 2020 United States Census, there were 72,602 people, 22,760 households, and 18,066 families residing within the city limits.
The 2016 Estimated Average household income was $111,177 in Mansfield. Of which 16.42% will be $50,000–75,000, 14.75% $100,000–125,000, and 12.16% $125,000–150,000, predominantly higher household incomes of similar Texas families.
Culture & Recreation:
Mansfield is home to the Farr Best Theater, which is the city’s most historical venue that hosts live music performances. It is also home to the Big League Dreams, which has 8 replica baseball fields as well as an indoor soccer pavilion