|South Dallas/Fair Park|
|• Water||0 sq mi (0 km2) 0%|
|ZIP codes||75215, 75210|
|Area code(s)||214, 469|
South Dallas is an area in Dallas, Texas, (USA). It is bordered by I-30 to the North, White Rock Creek to the East and the Trinity River to the West and South. In recent years the City of Dallas and organizations including Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity and Rebuilding Together Dallas have begun revitalizing the area in an effort to make the area more attractive to homeowners and foster economic development.
The following neighborhoods are generally considered part of or closely connected with South Dallas; however, some of them may not be located entirely within South Dallas or may be considered parts of South Dallas by some and not others. Some are official subdivisions and some have been named by neighborhood associations. Some neighborhoods lack well defined boundaries and may overlap. Additionally, some areas within South Dallas, especially commercial and apartment areas, may not be within any of the listed neighborhoods.
- Fair Park
- Frazier Courts
- Jubilee Park
- Dolphin Heights
- Exposition Park
- The Cedars
- Dixon Circle
- Dunn Park
- Queen City
- Rose Garden
- St. Phillips
- South Boulevard & Park Row Historic District
- Turner Courts
South Dallas is within the Dallas Independent School District. The DISD is served by the following schools:
- Middle schools
- Billy Earl Dade
- High schools
The Bill J. Priest Institute for Economic Development, a campus of El Centro College of the Dallas County Community College District,2 is located in a brick campus in Old South Dallas. Jim Schutze of the Dallas Observer described the building as "handsome."3
South Dallas is home to Fair Park, a 277-acre (1.12 km2) recreational and educational complex located in Dallas, Texas (USA). The complex is registered as a Dallas Landmark, National Historic Landmark and is home to the annual State Fair of Texas, nine museums, six performance facilities, a lagoon, and the largest Ferris wheel in North America.
- DART: Red Line, Blue Line and Green Line listed north to south
- "Post Office Location - LAKE HIGHLANDS." United States Postal Service. Retrieved on May 16, 2010.
- "Bill J. Priest Institute for Economic Development." El Centro College. Retrieved on January 12, 2010.
- Schutze, Jim. "Absentee Minded." Dallas Observer. August 30, 2001. 7. Retrieved on January 12, 2010.