Theme-Logo Hearne, TX
Located among multiple railroad lines and three major highways and sitting between some of the fastest-growing urban areas in the U.S--Dallas, Houston and San Antonio--Hearne, Texas has long been known as the Crossroads of Texas.  

The regional Hearne community offers site selectors an affordable and strong option for industry growth and location.  Competitive economic advantages include:
  • Better than average labor rates—25% below the State’s average annual wage;
  • A quality regional workforce (nearly a quarter of the workforce is college-educated); 
  • Eight colleges and universities located within 50 miles of the town (including nationally renowned Texas A & M University);
  • Multiple industrial sites representing hundreds of acres; 
  • Easily accessible, City-owned utilities (water, wastewater and electric); and
  • Texas friendly regional and city leadership committed to streamlined project permitting and processing.


Transportation and Traffic

Affordable Workforce

8 Colleges & Universities

Within 50 miles

21.71%

College educated

Access to Large Labor Pool

Low Cost of Living

Expanded Infrastructure

Wastewater Drainage Annual Upgrades

4,453

Total Population

1,540

Households

$52,321

Median Household Income

19.52%

One Year Growth in Income

1,290

Millenials

1,357

Retiring soon

49.80%

More diverse population than an average U.S. city of equivalent size

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