Relocating to Granbury

  • Granbury
     
     
    City of GranburyHistory:  The Granbury area was settled in 1847 by pioneers who opened trading posts along the  Brazos River. The community is named after Confederate General Hiram B. Granbury. With the formation of Lake Granbury, the construction of Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant and the accessibility to the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, Granbury has enjoyed economic growth while retaining small town flavor.
     

    Population:      City of Granbury - 7,360

                            Hood County - 47,930

    Resources
     

    Granbury Chamber

    Granbury Chamber of Commerce
     
    Community Links
     
    City of Granbury
     
    Hood County
     
    Hood County Appraisal District
     
    Granbury Chamber of Commerce
     
    Granbury TV
     
     
    Climate:           Avg. Temp. 78.8
     
    Attractions
    • Lake Granbury
    • Historic Town Square (first town square to be listed on the National Historic Register)
    • Theaters—Granbury Live, Granbury Opera House, Showbiz Theater (6 screens), and historic Brazos Drive-In
    • Antique and specialty shops
    • Several golf courses (private and public)
    • Churches of all denominations
    • Located 37 miles southwest of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex
     
    Community Events
    • General Granbury’s Birthday - Spring
    • Fourth of July
    • Ocktoberfest - Fall
    • Harvest Moon Festival - Fall
    • Lighted Christmas Parade - Christmas
    • Candlelight Tour of Homes - Christmas