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Live and thrive in Snyder, Texas!


Conveniently located in the heart of West Texas with access to multiple airports, an extensive rail network, comprehensive highway access, and a flexible, highly skilled workforce. We have an unmatched combination of access, resources, and value. Snyder is where opportunities come to live.

Snyder offers incredible perks to those living and working in the city. A highly ranked public school system, low cost of living, and business development opportunities mean that you get big-city resources in the big open country.

Don’t just take our word for it. Snyder was ranked in USA Today’s “America’s 50 Best Cities to Live”!

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The Snyder Industrial and Rail Parks

Economic Development Assets
 
Market Access –

Centrally located for the West Texas Region, the Snyder Industrial and Rail Parks have access to both East and West major highway systems.  Located on US Hwy 84 the Parks are within 29 miles of Interstate 20, providing access to both east and west coasts, the industrial Midwest, northeast and the markets in Mexico.  The Rail Park provides access to BNSF’s north, south major rail line with connections to other nation-wide rail systems.  Snyder, Texas is the hub for U.S. Highway 84 connecting the Northern panhandle with the South Texas regions. Located within 90 miles of major urban areas of Lubbock, Abilene, and Midland-Odessa. With further access to other markets like El Paso, Laredo, and the Dallas/ Fort Worth metroplex. 

Sites –
Industrial and commercial land capacity with in the Industrial and Rail parks have “shovel-ready” land available.  In addition, several buildings are available for redevelopment and reuse potential. 

Employers and Workforce -
Snyder is the location of Cogdell Memorial Hospital with major medical services. We are also home to Western Texas College providing Community College workforce training and education and significant manufacturing and energy related employers and services. Snyder’s workforce draws from a labor shed encompassing 7 counties with wages o-line or lower than national medians.

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11,456
Population
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4,773
Number of Employees
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11%
Cost of Living Below National Average
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11,456
Population
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4,773
Number of Employees
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11%
Cost of Living Below National Average

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