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Dallas Texas Area Code


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  • Dallas is the third-largest city in Texas and the ninth-largest in the United States. As of 2009, the population of Dallas was at 1.3 million according to the US Census Bureau. The city is the largest economic center of the 12-county metropolitan area that according to the March 2010 U.S.
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  • a number usually of 3 digits assigned to a telephone area as in the United States and Canada
  • A three-digit number that identifies one of the telephone service regions into which the US, Canada, and certain other countries are divided and that is dialed when calling from one area to another
  • A telephone numbering plan is a type of numbering scheme used in telecommunications to allocate telephone numbers to subscribers and to route telephone calls in a telephone network. A closed numbering plan, such as found in North America, imposes a fixed total length to numbers.
  • The Chinese Telephone Code Plan is the way to group telephone numbers in the mainland of the People's Republic of China. Land lines and mobile phones follow different systems: land lines use area codes, while mobile phones do not.
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Best Areas of Dallas Metropolitan Area
Best Areas of Dallas Metropolitan Area
Imagine you are moving to Dallas, or thinking of starting a business there. You want to pick the best location, right? How could you figure out the best area for you in a city, even if you’ve never been to it? You have to ask yourself “What am I looking for?” Do you want to move to the rich part of town or something more affordable? Do you want to open your business where people spend a lot on food? And, if so, how do you find those areas?

This book looks at Zip Codes within the Dallas Metropolitan Area and compares them to the metropolitan area as a whole. It points out all of the major differences between the two, for every Zip Code! You’ll see Zip Codes where the incomes are higher or lower than the city's average. You might see Zip Codes that have higher concentrations of certain ethnic groups. You might even see Zip Codes that spend more on tobacco than others, or give more to charity.

This book does NOT have descriptions of each Zip Code. We look at the numbers and tell you when there are differences between the Zip Code and the metropolitan area as a whole. However, this book can easily tell you where you should go -- "Birds of a feather flock together" and this book shows you where the different flocks are located!

Imagine you are moving to Dallas, or thinking of starting a business there. You want to pick the best location, right? How could you figure out the best area for you in a city, even if you’ve never been to it? You have to ask yourself “What am I looking for?” Do you want to move to the rich part of town or something more affordable? Do you want to open your business where people spend a lot on food? And, if so, how do you find those areas?

This book looks at Zip Codes within the Dallas Metropolitan Area and compares them to the metropolitan area as a whole. It points out all of the major differences between the two, for every Zip Code! You’ll see Zip Codes where the incomes are higher or lower than the city's average. You might see Zip Codes that have higher concentrations of certain ethnic groups. You might even see Zip Codes that spend more on tobacco than others, or give more to charity.

This book does NOT have descriptions of each Zip Code. We look at the numbers and tell you when there are differences between the Zip Code and the metropolitan area as a whole. However, this book can easily tell you where you should go -- "Birds of a feather flock together" and this book shows you where the different flocks are located!

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Yard Art
Yard Art
If the Trinity River Project is supposed to center around building a "Front Lawn" for Dallas then I think they may be well on their way to sticking some plastic flamingos in the grass. A few months ago I noticed that a large number of the warehouses and other industrial buildings along the south levee were painted in bright solid almost neon colors. This has certainly made for an interesting landscape, but I have to wonder why it was done. Did a small group of property owners get together and decide to spruce up the neighborhood? Are these now all city owned properties waiting to be torn down - prettied up to match local statuary? Has some weird new building code been put into place to make grabbing tricky properties up easier? (You know.. like insisting on landscaping and non-chain-link fences around every parking lot downtown...) I wish I knew. Mostly I'd just like to know what's going away. I don't know that too many people will miss many of the rusty old buildings on this side of town, but some are rather unique and worth at least making note of before Dallas deletes them. There's also a fair amount of infrastructure at risk. The intersection between Beckley and Commerce is one such area that I believe is slated to be wiped away. I dug around the city websites and city hall meeting notes and found some proposed plans for the new street designs for Commerce south of the Trinity. The plans seemed to pretty clearly show that the concrete bridge/tunnel structure will go away (like the Deep Ellum Tunnel.) There appears to be a year stamped on the bridge - 1938. It's been there a long time, but maybe not much longer. I've been seeing work crews near there in the last few weeks, but I don't know what they're working on specifically.
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white-stairs-mkd
This is a view through the new arch to the renovated stairway. The stairway railings were replaced to meet code and to visually lighten up this area.

dallas texas area code
dallas texas area code
Dallas Wall Map with ZIP Codes (Mapsco Wall Maps, MAP-10210C)
This comprehensive 2010 Dallas Wall Map is ideal for planning, routing, or reference. It's a perfect map for delivery dispatch, marketing plans, business, and much more. Free Index book included.
Map Features:
-51"x77"
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-ZIP Code boundaries printed on map
-Easy-to-Read precise city and highway detail
-Covers all of Dallas Counties including partial coverage of surrounding municipalities

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