Jacksonville gives a very homey feeling when you're there. It has so much rich history and culture embedded within the town. Has a lot of open wide spaces. Unfortunately the roads are a little bit bumpy though.
I appreciate The Sleepy Town feel. The neighborhoods are a great place to raise a family in. They have a nice College known as Wiley College. A lot of buildings have been remodeled. There's a few parks for kids to play in. They got a new edition such as slides and swings.
The people are kind and nice, very passionate about making Jacksonville the best place to live. And Tyler city is only 20 minutes away. There's a convenient Mexican grocery store that has all your thrifts, antique stores, and fruit stands.
There's a lot of local restaurants known as Sadler's and Sylvia's soul food, Denny's, Legends Burgers Etc. There's a lot of good Church events that go around as well. They're also building a new school. There's minimal to no debt. This is why they can make a lot of nice new things for the newcomers and residents who already live there.