Alamo Region

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Highlights

Biggest Cities

San Antonio

Victoria

New Braunfels

General Population

2.9 million

Key Features / Landmarks

Home of the Alamo and River Walk

Key Industries

Top 10 Industries by Location Quotient

Pipeline Transportation

Support Activities for Mining

National Security and International Affairs

Oil and Gas Extraction

Fishing, Hunting, and Trapping

Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services

Leather and Allied Product Manufacturing

Insurance Carriers and Related Activities

Rental and Leasing Services

Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction

Key Benefits

Universities

Our Lady of the Lake University of San Antonio
Schreiner University
St. Mary’s University
Texas A&M University-San Antonio
Texas Lutheran University
The University of Texas at San Antonio
Trinity University
University of Houston-Victoria
University of the Incarnate Word

Junior & Community Colleges

Alamo Community College District
Northeast Lakeview College
Northwest Vista College
Palo Alto College
San Antonio College
St. Philip’s College
Victoria College

Health Science Schools

The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

Transportation

San Antonio International Airport

Stinson Municipal Airport

Victoria Regional Airport

Genesis Intermodal

San Antonio Intermodal Terminal

CIG Logistics Marshaling Yard

Port of Victoria

CalhounPort Authority

Port of West Calhoun

Area Overview

The 19-county Alamo region covers about 18,000 square miles in south-central Texas, stretching from Fredericksburg and Kerrville in the Hill Country to Port Lavaca on the Gulf Coast. The region includes two metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs): the San Antonio-New Braunfels MSA, which includes Atascosa, Bandera, Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe, Kendall, Medina and Wilson counties, and the Victoria MSA, including Calhoun, Goliad and Victoria counties. The federal government, including the military, has a large footprint in the region. Businesses supporting the oil industry are highly concentrated in the region and continued to make the region’s economy robust.

How We Help

We know Texas!

For more than 30 years our team members have helped companies expand or relocate to Texas. Either through regional groups or individual cities in Texas, our team members have spent their careers helping businesses move to and grow in Texas. Now we have come together on behalf of our partners to help you connect with a Texas community best suited to help you grow your business. We’ll take the time to get to know you and your project and then we’ll help you find the communities that could be a good fit for you and your business.

Texas Is Calling

Let our team get to know you and help guide you on your move or expansion into Texas. Register your project today with our team and let your trail drive to Texas begin.

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