The city is adorable, and we're right at the southern border so we're benefiting from the new developments and restaurants and shops, etc, while still getting to enjoy the charm of Celina as a sweet little town. We feel so welcome here and safe and it's a complete joy.
Celina has small town pride but a dream-big community. Celina is still growing but will be much bigger within the next ten years as the growth from the metroplex is being welcomed in. If you want to have some fun, come pack the stands with the whole town on Friday nights to get lost in a sea of orange, cheering, and hollerin' for our Celina High School football and sports teams. Hungry before the game? No problem, just go on down to Celina Square and enjoy a select group of diverse restaurants, whether it be ice cream, Tex-Mex, burgers, BBQ, or cajan food you're craving, we got something for you!
Celina is a very welcoming community that is very dedicated to their traditions. Celina is a great place to live because you can get the small town feel while still being close to the big cities.
Overall, the community is interactive and social. Enjoyable atmosphere at community events. However, it is a small town and everyone knows everyone, so if you don't like that, it's not for you.
It's a nice place to live in terms of area and there isn't many people out here at the moment. That will change as the land starts getting built upon and sold. If you like starry skies, this is one of the biggest draws. There isn't much light pollution out here which means bring your telescope! One thing to note is the commute to the Dallas area. But other than that, it's great place to live.
Celina is a good, friendly place, full of retired and hard working people. Their is nothing i would want to change here.
If you like congestion on the streets, rude people, and overbuilt areas, this is the place for you. it is over built and still growing with little constraints.
We moved here about 3 years ago and have like Celina very much. Compared to Prosper, it has smaller school Districts as well as pricing on homes are a little less per sq ft and you get more home for your money.
It’s a quiet small farm town that sits comfortably outside the big cities while still being easily accessible to the advantages of the big cities.
I live in the part of Celina that is Prosper ISD. The Prosper schools are amazing, there's still a small town feel even though Prosper is growing a ton year by year. Prosper High School was amazing, and the people are all kind and caring. The safety here is great, the police are very diligent. It's a thirty minute drive to Dallas and a 10-20 minute drive to the closest mall depending on where you live in Prosper. There's a good energy about the town despite all of the new development going on.
Celina is a small town where everyone knows everyones business. it is a conservative town and lots of kids tend to not like it because of that.
Celina is a fantastic town that has different things to do. It is also a very family friendly community.
Great small town community! Love the home town historic square and the family friendly Friday night market and activities. It's a Texas football town where Friday nights are spent at the high school football game and the town shuts down in support. Neighbors are warm and treat everyone like family.
Love the small town feel! Great schools and community! Far enough from the hustle and bustle yet close enough to commute.
Rural, but fast growing quiet town with easy access to Dallas and Oklahoma. There are frequent festivals in town and also farmers market on the downtown square.
Celina is a quaint little town, and really provides the small town experience of everyone knowing each other, which is amazing, but can be a drag once it becomes boring. Wonderful family owned restaurants in town, as well as other businesses and shops. Really great school spirit shown throughout the entire town, as it s frequently decorated.
I never had any reason to call the police so I'm not really sure