The neighborhood of Oak Cliff was formerly a separate town in Dallas County, that was annexed by the City of Dallas in 1901. It has since retained a distinct neighborhood identity as one of Dallas' older established neighborhoods.
Oak Cliff has turn-of-the-20th century and mid-20th century housing, many parks, and is near the central business district of downtown Dallas.
The boundaries of Oak Cliff are roughly Interstate 30 on the north, Loop 12 on the west, Interstate 45 on the east, the Trinity River on the northeast and Loop 12 on the south.
For more ongoing information about Oak Cliff, visit Oak Cliff Advocate
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