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With roots tracing back to the early 1800s, much of Southeast Dallas is encompassed by the Trinity River green space. It includes the Trinity River Audubon Center—a nature preserve with hiking and biking trails and a bird sanctuary. Across Elam Creek is McCommas Bluff Preserve—a 111-acre wooded preserve. It’s also home to the Trinity Forest Aerial Adventure Park and Texas Horse Park. Because of the scenery, this area is slated for future development.

Southeast Dallas By the Numbers

Median Age29.2
Median Household Income49,338

White Alone6,01811.7%
Black Alone13,13925.6%
American Indian Alone00.0%
Asian Alone00.0%
Some Other Race Alone170.0%
Two or More Races5151.0%
Hispanic Origin (any race)31,55161.4%

Less Than 9th Grade21.7%
9th-12th Grade - No Diploma17.2%
High School Graduate17.6%
GED/ Alternative Credential4.9%
Some College - No Degree17.6%
Associate Degree4.3%
Bachelor's Degree5.4%
Graduate/ Professional Degree0.1%