Start, Locate, Expand

The City of Crowley is committed to attracting, growing, and retaining business and industry. Whether you are a multi-national site location consultant, an existing corporation looking to expand or an entrepreneurial startup, we can help you build success in a community that enjoys a wonderful way of life.

Our economic development team is proud to offer a wide range of ready-to-build sites, and we’re happy to work with you on customized incentives.

The City of Crowley offers a competitive climate for business. Our labor costs trend below the national average, we enjoy low and stable tax rates and offer a relatively lower cost of living.

Downtown Revitalization

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Boo-Ray's of New Orleans

Thirteen months after Boo-Ray’s of New Orleans announced its intentions of building a restaurant in downtown Crowley, the establishment officially opened its doors March 9.

Boo-Ray's of New Orleans was founded in 2004 by New Orleans native, Scott Marks, and Richard Sloan. Scott has been in the restaurant business since 1977. He has owned and operated several chain restaurants and traveled all over the United States. Scott knows one thing, There is nothing better than a taste of home ... New Orleans.

House of Air Trampoline Park

House of Air Crowley is an indoor trampoline park located in a new 24,000+ square-foot facility at 320 East Main Street in Crowley. Its athletic and recreational facility is host to open trampoline jump time, aerial and physical training on trampolines, trampoline dodge ball, trampoline basketball dunk zone, jousting, trampolines to airbag, fitness classes and rock climbing. It caters to group events, including birthday parties, corporate events, family events and fundraisers.
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Bread & Butter

Bread & Butter is looking to bring a unique dining experience to Crowley with trained chefs delivering authentic flavors. This place will make its lasting impression on you. It is located at 122 S. Tarrant Street in Crowley.


Crowley’s economic development offers numerous incentives to industries that relocate to our city. Incentives range from tax exemptions and credits to loan programs to workforce training and assistance through development permitting.

Incentives are considered on a case-by-case basis influenced by such factors as sales tax created, job creation and total investment.

Texas ranks among the best states for business and entrepreneurs because of its pro-business tax policies and competitive cost of doing business. Your business dollars go further given the state’s limited corporate taxes and no personal income tax.

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Highways (close proximity)

  • Interstate 81 / 35
  • Interstate 820 / 20
  • Interstate 30
  • Chisholm Trail Parkway (toll road)
  • Interstate 287


  • DFW International - 25 minutes
  • Dallas Love Field - 59 minutes
  • Spinks Municipal Airport - 3.5 miles
  • (FBO, maintenance facilities, 3 flight schools, AWOS, and car rental)


  • Wide range of trucking options available


  • BNSF
  • Union Pacific Railroad