- Suburb of Dallas, TX
Rating 3.87 out of 5 149 reviews
Midlothian has always been a great city very good football team friendly neighborhoods and a good school district
I moved to Midlothian in August of 2022. It's a nice area but filled with lots of older people - it's hard to find things to do for younger people. Although the area is growing, many things are a 15-20 minute drive from where I am living.
I grew up here all my life and I really enjoyed it, lately its gotten really big. Im not sure if its a good or bad thing.
Midlothian is a tight-knit, supportive community; something I wish would change the diversity and inclusivity of the town, as it is demographically homogenous.
Very welcoming environment with plenty of amenities. Beautiful parks and weekly events such as festivals and farmers' market. Midlothian is very clean with a community that cares and contributes in a helpful way to society.
Great schools! However the teenagers here are not people I would want around my kids. There is spoiled girls, racist, white boys who try to be black. Houses are very nice but it is expensive to live here.
Moved here from California to escape the Newsom regime. Love it here. Homes are affordable, people are friendly, and the community still supports traditional family values. Exactly what we were looking for.
There are several reasons why I love midlothian. I Love how its keep up to date, new buildings. Love that it is Close to Dallas. The people are friendly and the town is growing but things are spread out but close and far enough all at the same time. Even though it's a small town it does not feel like it compared to other small towns. It is conveniently located to a bunch of other towns that will have what you need or are looking for if midlothian does not have it. The town just finished it's most recent park and it is super nice, I absolutely love it because it has a little bit of everything for everyone such as water park football soccer Wi-Fi concessions a little kids playground. Not too far from the new park is a brand new shopping center that continues to grow that includes Kroger discount tire and things that have never been offered or remotely dreamed of in the small town of Midlothian, which also benefits the people in the neighboring cities are smaller than us
I've lived in Midlothian my whole life and it's been relatively peaceful. It has many good places to eat and plentiful public parks.
It's alright. Small and quiet, but not much to do if so you'll have to travel out of town if you actually want to do something fun. You might encounter a bit of racism as well.
The people here at midlothian are very polite! The neighborhood is always so quiet and it’s always stays so clean.
Midlothian is a super sweet town with friendly locals. The schools are well-kept and safe. Neighborhoods are friendly, but growing day-by-day!
Midlothian is a small town that has grown exponentially within the past few years. It is just the right size to where nearly everyone knows each other or has connections in one way or another. The entire town as a whole is very involved in the sports, clubs, and academics for both high schools. It is a very safe place to live, yet the housing prices are definitely on higher side of things. The reason prices are so high is because so many families are wanting to move here for the amazing schools we offer. Although there are not many job opportunities within this city, there are many surrounding the area. Ultimately, Midlothian is a welcoming community for people of all cultures, races, and families.
My experience in Midlothian has actually been very nice, the people are very nice and the neighborhoods are top quality,
I've lived in Midlothian for 13 years. I hated it in the beginning because I was just not used to living in a small town. This town is very conservative and being a lesbian moving here it scared me a bit. I wasn't real sure what I was getting into, however, I've never been discriminated against or "gay" based in 13 years; not to my face, at least. I'm now married and still hesitant referring to her as my wife with some people. This would be my only issue with Midlothian, but getting better. We've had an influx of new diverse people. The houses being built here are in the $300k range. My property value had soared in the past 13 years. Taxes doubled. The "new" high school completed several years ago looks like a mall. I'd say my taxes are going to good things. Great schools, dog parks, a nature park. They are currently in the process of renovating the downtown area and adding "venues." Good restaurants. It's still a small town feel, but has modern conveniences.
Midlothian continues to maintain a small-town feel despite its growing size. It's a great place to settle down and boasts an amazing school district. There isn't much to do in town, but if you don't mind driving a little bit, there is plenty to do in the surrounding cities. This is a pretty good town overall, but if you're looking for a place with a diverse array of people and opinions, Midlothian isn't the place for you.
It’s a really good atmosphere, it’s really the middle of my life right now, everything is close together so there’s not a lot of driving to get to your destination