Community Amenities

The City of Decatur provides all the amenities of a large city, but in a small town way. Listed below are a few primary amenities the city has to offer its citizens and businesses.


        The City of Decatur parks system includes professionally maintained little league baseball, softball and soccer fields as well as playgrounds, picnic facilities, gazebos and a skate park. For more information about park facilities, rentals or maintenance, visit Decatur Parks.


The Decatur Independent School District is home to the following schools:
  • Carson Elementary
  • Rann Elementary
  • Young Elementary
  • McCarroll Middle School
  • Decatur High School

        For more information about DISD or individual campuses, visit Decatur ISD.

Public Library

     The Decatur Public Library offers onsite public internet access as well as free Wi-Fi to its patrons.  It features a dedicated children's department and offers programs for all ages throughout the year.  For more information about the Decatur Public Library and services offered, visit Decatur Public Library.

Conference Center

            The Decatur Conference Center features state of the art meeting and event facilities from individual  suites to the great hall and offer complete services for any event, large or small.  For more information about the Decatur Conference Center and services offered, visit Decatur Conference Center.

Decatur Municipal Airport

             The Decatur Municipal Airport offers flight training, aircraft service and rental as well as 24 hour self-service fuel. For more information about the Decatur Municipal Airport visit Decatur Municipal Airport


Decatur Visitor Center

      The Decatur Visitor Center is located in the historic US Post Office building and is also the location of the Decatur Main Street Program offices.  Visitors can find information about Decatur and Wise County including maps and other resources for the area.  

Decatur Main Street Program

        The City of Decatur was designated a Texas Main Street City in 1994.  Program volunteers use the Main Street 4 Point Approach of Organization, Design, Promotions and Economic Restructuring for the designated 9 block area in the historic downtown working with building owners, business owners and community organizations focusing on historic preservation and economic revitalization of the district. For more information about the Decatur Main Street Program, visit Main Street Program.