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512.538.5475
120 Joe Wimberley Blvd. Suite 104
Wimberley, TX, 78676

Why Central Texas?

Hays County Facts:

Founded: 1848
Area: 680 sq mi
Population: 157,107

Texas State University Facts:

Established: 1899
Population: 38,006
Campus Area: 457 Acres

Texas Facts:

State flower: Bluebonnet
State bird: Northern Mockingbird
State Song: “Texas, Our Texas”
Area: 268,820 mi²
Population: 27,000,000

San Marcos, Texas

San Marcos is a thriving city that welcomes new employers and has the resources to help new and expanding businesses succeed. With lower taxes than nearby cities, San Marcos helps companies control costs while taking advantage of a prime location along the Austin-San Antonio corridor. Local utilities are reliable,competitively priced, and willing to negotiate service agreements with large commercial and industrial customers. Communication and transportation infrastructure are in place to serve an extensive array of business needs. San Marcos is located at the heart of the advanced technology corridor linking Austin and San Antonio,and offers a high quality of life, with access to a rich array of natural resources, recreational opportunities and cultural amenities. The spring-fed San Marcos River meanders through the city between park-lined banks. Picnic areas, recreation buildings, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, tennis courts, baseball fields, and one of the nation’s largest wooden playscapes dot the nine city parks. The river is also a focus for swimming, canoeing,tubing, fishing, scuba diving and snorkeling. While nearby lakes are ideal for sailing, power boating and windsurfing. San Marcos’ mild climate lets enthusiasts pursue golf, tennis, cycling, fishing, and other activities throughout the year. Live music, performing arts and cultural exhibits are also plentiful. San Marcos is home to Texas State University which is the 5th largest institution in Texas and the 39th largest university in the country with over 37,000 students.