Flower Mound 1Flower Mound is a city located in both Denton and Tarrant counties in the U.S. State of Texas. Home to over 64,600 residents, Flower Mound is a part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Statistical Area, also known as the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, and was first settled in the early 1850’s, though there had been an American presence in the area since at least the 1840’s. Flower Mound was initially sparsely populated, and its economy was primarily agricultural; after the end of World War II, however, and the construction of the Interstate Highway System beginning in the early 1950’s, Flower Mound became a popular suburb of Dallas in the 1950’s and 60’s, and incorporated in 1961 to avoid annexation by nearby Irving. The construction of the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport in 1974 brought even more businesses and residents to the city, and today Flower Mount is a burgeoning part of the Metroplex.

Basic Facts About Flower Mound

  • Current population: 64,600
  • Current mayor: Thomas E. Hayden
  • Total area: 43.4 sq mi
  • Official website: http://www.flower-mound.com/
  • Located in: Denton, Tarrant counties
  • Founded in: 1961 (incorporated)
  • Zip codes: 75022, 75028
  • Area codes: 214, 469, 682, 817

Auto Transport Tips to Flower Mound

Flower Mound is a burgeoning suburb of Dallas, located near Lake Grapevine north of the city, and as an up-and-coming part of the metropolitan area it’s in, it’s not surprising that more and more people are looking at shipping vehicles to the city. Though its popularity isn’t as high as, say, Miami or Los Angeles, it sees a decent amount of traffic for a city of its size, which generally makes it easier to find companies willing to ship to or from Flower Mound.

At the same time, though, just because it’s within the fifth-largest metropolitan area in the United States doesn’t necessarily mean that Flower Mound is as popular of a location for carriers as it is for their customers. There are many areas of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex that are more easily accessible than Flower Mound, and these are the areas that auto shippers would rather run routes into and out of. If the price is right, they’ll go to Flower Mound proper, but you may find better prices – depending on your route – if you ship to another part of the area.

We highly recommend speaking to a live auto transport representative about transporting a vehicle into or out of Flower Mound, as only they can give you particular information such as where carriers are, what routes are currently popular, as well as actual prices for shipping into and out of the region. You can get multiple free quotes, and with those quotes access to multiple top-rated auto transport companies, by filling out our free online form; you’ll get quotes e-mailed to you within about an hour, and if you have questions or concerns you can always call us at 800-930-7417 to speak to one of our live agents, who can answer most of your questions and also help you get your free quotes.

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