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Hurst Economic Development
The Hurst Economic Development Department monitors and promotes economic development opportunities throughout the City. We are continually working with the community and our business partners to cultivate a healthy economic environment by creating resources and opportunities that make it easier to do business in Hurst.
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A unique loyalty card offered to everyone throughout the Hurst-Euless-Bedford area. This card will allow the public to receive special incentives or discounts at businesses affected by the construction in our communities.
¤ Ecomonic Development News - August 2014
A few years back most HEB residents were probably all quite skeptical as to how long it might be before ever being able to imagine the actual completion of the 13.5 mile expansion of Highways 183/121/820. And now the project is 95% complete and will be fully functional by year end, six months early! Businesses that lined the highway feared for their continued existence during the construction. There were some businesses that had to be displaced because of the new highway right-of-way taking. Fortunately, the remaining were able to creatively market themselves and educate their shoppers to the varying detour routes and will soon benefit from the greater traffic loads the new highways will carry. Abuelo's Mexican Restaurant lost significant parking at their frontage road location and was able to build and relocate to an even larger, new building just across the street. Retail sales tax for the City of Hurst has continued to grow even with the lesser traffic counts and looks forward to a bright future.
Consumers enjoy being able to have choices when it comes to where to do business, especially with where they can dine. Eight new restaurants have opened this year in Hurst adding to the 132 food service businesses already serving the area. These include Bar Louie's, Fred's Downtown Philly, the new Abuelo's and five new on Pipeline Road including the new Mi Mi Cocina, Wing Stop, Casita Salvadorena, Pizza Patron and Lisa's Chicken. A total of 22 new businesses occupying 154,000 square feet opened this quarter in Hurst.
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Shop First in Hurst
Shopping local has always been a vital component to keeping the local economy strong and it’s now more important than ever. We hope to encourage and educate shoppers on the benefits of visiting, shopping and doing business in Hurst.