Addison is a small yet vibrant town tucked into the northern suburns of Dallas. It's 4.35 square miles are popluated with more than 170 restaurants. With so many place to dine, every resident of Addison could be seated at eat dinner at a local restaurant at the same time. Addison also has 22 hotels supplying the city with over 4,000 hotel rooms.
With it's small footprint, Addison still has 118 acres of some of the finest public parks in the State of Texas. Each year in the winter, the town plants some 75,000 tulip bulbs, making spring one of the most beautiful seasons in the DFW Metroplex. While some 100,000 workers find their livelihood in Addison, only 15,830 residents call it home. Those who do live in the town tend to be quite smart - roughly 55% of residents over the age of 25 have some type of college degree.
A central attraction in Addison is the Cavanaugh Flight Museum. Located at the Addison Airport, the museum features tours of some of most impressive World War I and II aircraft which still grace the skies over the area. The airport itself it the third largest general aviation facility in the country and features a 7,200 foot runway capable of landing large commercial planes including the 737, 757 and 767.
Addison is an oasis for adult beverage drinkers, featuring the only licensed full liquor stores in the area. It is also know for outdoor events and festival which can be found some 29 week of the year. Because of the commercial tax base, Addison has one of the lowest tax rates in Texas.