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Kyle, Texas | Economic Development


Five Reasons To Give Thanks For Texas

 My husband and I recently moved from Washington D.C. to Dallas. In addition to warmer temperatures, shorter commutes, and better Tex-Mex, we’ve enjoyed the “Texas Miracle” first-hand.

The Texas economy is arguably the strongest in America with unmatched job creation, a dynamic business climate and historic energy boom.

Kyle Hires East Texas Administrator as Next City Manager

 KYLE — Assuming the parties can agree on contract terms, the top municipal administrator in the East Texas oil patch town of Kilgore has been named as the next city manager here.


 The City of Kyle is seeking proposals by qualified individuals and organizations for the production of a Strategic Plan and Target Market Study. The plan and study will be the basis for a comprehensive approach for the city for the next five years and must include and encourage public participation.  The City invites qualified firms to submit proposals. 

 Click here to download RFP

Branding Small-Town Texas

 Sense of place is an elusive concept that many cities chase 

Cleantech: Xtreme Power is re-energized

 Two of Austin’s most high-profile clean technology companies had a tough time of it this year, but one has a potential path to prosperity.

Kyle collects highest sales tax payment ever

 Kyle received more than half-a-million dollars in sales tax revenue this month, the highest allocation ever received by the city. 

Engineering set to begin on Kyle roads

 In March, Kyle City Council approved engineering contracts for the five roads included in last year’s $36 million road bond election, and design work is expected to begin later this year.

Mayor Johnson Touts Kyle's Successes and Accomplishments at State of the City Address

 Kyle, TX – Kyle Mayor Lucy Johnson began her last State of the City Address by painting a bigger picture of what lies ahead for the city. Mayor Johnson explained that the projected growth for Texas, Central Texas, Hays County, and the City of Kyle could result in over half a million people living in Hays County and approximately 85,000 of those residents would reside in Kyle by 2032.


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