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City Growth Rate
1990-2000 Historical Annual Growth: 7.90%
2000-2010 Historical Annual Growth: 19.10%
2010-2015 Projected Annual Growth: 6.90%
|Kyle City Limits||5 mile Radius||7 mile radius||10 mile radius|
Median Age: 28
Average Age: 32
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|Elementary or Some High School||3,675||4,651||5,972||9,654|
|High School Graduates||6,364||8,008||10,501||18,894|
|Some Colleges or Associates Degree||5,200||6,755||9,261||19,476|
|Bachelor or Graduates Degree||3,549||4,459||6,501||18,107|
The City of Kyle is a Home Rule City, with a City Manager form of Government. The City Council is comprised of a Mayor and six Council Members. The Mayor and three Council Members are chosen "at large". The other three Council Members are elected from districts.
Kyle recently adopted a Comprehensive Plan for the City.
Kyle has adopted a City Charter. This Charter is periodically reviewed and updated. This document is how the City of Kyle operates.
All the meetings of the City Council, Commissions and Boards are open to the public and have agendas that can be viewed prior to the meetings.
Diane E. Hervol
Council Member, Dist. 1
Council Member, Dist. 2
Bradley P. Pickett
Council Member, Dist. 3
Mayor Pro Tem, Council Member, Dist. 4
Council Member, Dist. 5
Council Member Dist. 6
Kyle is ideally located in the heart of the I-35 corridor between Austin and San Antonio. Residents and commuters enjoy ease of access to the newly completed I-45 toll road as well as I-10, FM 150, FM 1626, SH 21 and SH 123.
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is located 25 miles north of Kyle, the San Marcos Municipal Airport is located 12 miles to the City's south, and San Antonio International Airport is 52 miles to the south.
The MoPAC rail line runs through the heart of downtown Kyle. The Amtrak Passenger Train has a nearby stop 10 miles south of Kyle in San Marcos.
Kyle Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau
Located in the Historic Train Depot at the corner of Front St. & Center St.
Historic Kyle Tour
Chamber of Commerce
Steeplechase Disc Golf Course
Plum Creek Golf Course
Kyle Community Library
Katherine Anne Porter House
Claiborne Kyle Log House
Gregg-Clarke Community Park
Steeplechase Community Park
Waterleaf Community Park
Numerous neighborhood & pocket parks
Click here for more information on Kyle Parks & Recreation
San Marcos Outlet Malls
Five Mile Dam
Randall Vetter Park
TDS Exotic Game Ranch
Texas State Capitol
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
Zilker Botanical Garden
Austin Ice Bats
Round Rock Express
The Exotic Resort Zoo– Burnet
Schlitterbahn Cedar Park
Target opening date May 2012
Schlitterbahn Water Park
Natural Bridge Caverns & Wildlife Park
San Antonio Riverwalk
Six Flags Fiesta Texas
San Antonio Spurs
San Antonio Zoo
Dies Ranch Treasure Cave
Hill Country Wine Trail
Kyle's enviable position along the booming I-35 corridor, rapid growth and its close proximity to downtown Austin offers a strategic location to both residents and businesses.
Distance to Major Cities
Austin: 15 miles
San Antonio: 53 miles
Houston: 151 miles
Fort Worth: 208 miles
Dallas: 204 miles
Distance to Airports
San Marcos Municipal Airport: 12 miles
Austin Bergstrom International Airport: 25 miles
San Antonio International Airport: 52 miles
Houston Hobby: 183 miles
George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston: 188 miles
Access to Highways
North/South Interstate: IH-35– within City Limits
East/West Interstate: IH-10– 32 miles
FM 150: within City Limits
FM 1626: within City Limits
Hwy 45: 9 miles
I-30 Toll: 9 miles
(Varies dependant on traffic)
IBM: 40 minutes
Dell: 40 minutes
University of Texas: 35 minutes
Texas State University: 10 minutes
Austin Community College: 20 minutes
(future ACC site in Kyle City Limits 2013)
Port Lavaca: 135 miles
Victoria Barge Canal: 109 miles
Nearest Postal Service Center
US Postal Service in Kyle
Buda Postal Service– Fed EX
UPS Store in Kyle
Kyle lies in the Central Texas Hill Country and is located on the western edge of the humid subtropical climate zone. This zone is characterized by cool winters and hot summers. Vegetation is deciduous in the river valleys and coniferous in areas of greater elevation. April and May are the wettest months of the year.
Annual Average Temperature: 68°F
January Average: 36°F
July Average: 95°F
Average Precipitation: 34.1”
Average Snowfall” 0”
Growing Season: 254 days
Seton Medical Center Hays
6001 Kyle Parkway
Kyle, TX 78640
St. David’s Urgent Care
RediClinic (inside HEB Plus)
Seton Emergency Room
Legend Oaks Healthcare and
|Chiropractic||Infectious Disease||Physical Therapy|
|Counseling/Mental Health||Internal Medicine||Podiatry|
Media & Radio
Newspaper & Online Media
All Around Hays
Austin American Statesman
Austin Business Journal
Hays Free Press
San Marcos Daily Record
Television News Stations
Church of Latter-day Saints
Kyle recently celebrated the opening of Kyle Crossing, The Village at Kyle and Kyle Marketplace. In one intersection alone, there is over 2 million square feet of retail/mixed use commercial development existing and under construction. The existing anchoring companies in these shopping centers are Kohl’s, Target, Lowe’s and HEB Plus.
For more information on Commercail Properties, visit the section on Available Properties.
City of Kyle Rated as Central Texas’ Most Affordable City
Kyle, Texas – The Capital Area Council of Governments has compiled data from Demongraphia.com to rate The City of Kyle as the most affordable city in Central Texas. Demongraphia.com is a web site principally devoted to urban policy and analysis. The report was published in the Council’s March Newsletter Data Points (http://datapoints.org/).
Housing markets were analyzed by comparing media household income as a ratio to median home values. The cities used to compare in central Texas included Austin, Cedar Park, Georgetown, Kyle, Leander, Pfugerville, Round Rock, and San Marcos.
The ratio for Kyle came in at 2.1 with a media household income at $70,226 against a median home value of $144,700. The data was also compared to previous numbers for the year 2000. Kyle rated as tied for third most affordable with median income at $61,211and home value at $117,056 for a ratio of 1.9.
“This is very good news for Kyle and there is also a bigger story to tell from these numbers,” said Kyle Mayor Lucy Johnson. “Kyle was the only city to show positive growth in median household income over the ten year period. Most cities showed significant decreases income while Kyle’s household income increased by $9,000. This shows that we are doing the right things for our citizens and growing our economy correctly.”
The City of Kyle has been one of the fastest growing cities in Texas for much of the past decade. Growing from a small town of approximately 5,000 in the year 2000, to approaching
30,000 currently. Even though most of the country has experienced downturns in jobs, sales tax
receipts and property tax valuations, Kyle has added jobs, seen steady increases in sales tax receipts at a rate exceeding 10% of previous years, and has increased the tax base by almost 50% since 2006 when the Total Taxable Property Value was $931,815,544, compared to an estimated value of $1,406,840,603 for 2011.
“The City of Kyle is growing responsibly and sustainably,” said Johnson. “We are adding good, wage earner type jobs, providing quality city services at affordable rates, great schools through the Hays Consolidated School District, and offer an ample supply of available housing options that can fit into most budgets. We are a great place for your family, for career, and your business, and we invite everyone to come to Kyle and see what others have already discovered here.”