Big Spring EDC
Big Spring is very proud of its industrial community. The entrepreneurial spirit found in our city contribute to the success of the industrial activity. Many individuals have been and continue to be motivated by the challenge of developing ideas and innovations into real commercial activities. A wide variety of occupational disciplines abound in Big Spring.
Blackwell Consolidated Independent School District has a motto of "You can get there from here." This is because they believe that no matter your dreams, you can achieve them from Blackwell CISD.
Civil Engineering Consultants
CEC provides civil engineering, surveying, and construction quality management services to public and private sector clients in San Antonio, Laredo, and throughout Texas. We place the highest value on teamwork and mutual respect among our employees and between CEC and our clients.
Cochran County is named for Robert Cochran, who died at the Alamo. The county's communities include Whiteface and Bledsoe. Morton is the county's largest town and its seat of government. Cultural events include a rodeo, county fair, and a museum.
Coleman EDC, Inc.
Coleman EDC is presently operating a wind monitoring tower in the southern part of Coleman and working with wind farm developers to bring wind power generation facilities to the County. With one existing electric transmission line and one in the planning stages Coleman County is in a prime location for the this growing industry.
Home of the Wolves, Colorado ISD serves all students' needs throughout Colorado City, Texas. Colorado ISD features schools par with the Texas education standard in all areas. Colorado ISD provides opportunities for all students through there athletic and arts programs including a variety of sports teams and fine arts departments such as band.
Cottle County is named after George Cottle, who died at the Alamo. The cities included in Cottle County are Narcisso and Paducah.
Crosby County is named after Stephen Crosby, who was a Texas land commissioner during the mid-nineteenth century. The towns included in Crosby County are Crosbyton, Lorenzo, and Ralls.
Dallam County is named after James W. Dallam, who was a Republic of Texas lawyer and newspaper editor. The cities included in the Dallam County area are Dalhart, Perico, and Texline.
Dumas Economic Development Corp.
The Dumas Economic Development Corporation helps extend a "Texas-sized welcome" to any family or company relocating their location. Dumas is a great place to visit, work, and live with the combination of great transportation, schools, mild climate, and of course their growing economy.
Fisher County is named after Samuel Rhoads Fisher, who is a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence. The cities of Fisher County include Hamlin, Roby, and Rotan.
With more than 40 years of corporate growth and success, GMI provides engineering* design, construction management, environmental planning and programming, and other A-E services in support of a wide range of government, industry, and commercial clients. GMI is committed to a simple principle: Great service creates satisfied customers.
Glasscock County is named for George W. Glasscock, who was a Texas Revolution officer and Texas legislator. The communities included in Glasscock County consist of Garden City and St. Lawrence.
The Comptroller of Public Accounts launched the Texas Comptroller Leadership Circle program in December 2009 to recognize local governments across Texas that are striving to meet a high standard for financial transparency online. Hartley County was recognized with a Gold Award which highlights those entities that are setting the bar in their transparency efforts.
City of Hereford
The City of Hereford is a "Home Rule" Municipality. Hereford is located at the crossroads of U.S. Highway 385 and U.S. Highway 60 with trans-continental rail access readily available. The 2010 census reported the Hereford population to be 15,370. It is centrally located between the Texas cities of Amarillo, Canyon, Vega, Dimmitt, and Friona.
Students at Howard College experience Community Education, non-credit programs, and great classes. Their wide variety of classes help students keep in step with today’s rapidly changing world. They can choose the class that’s right for them. Also, topics are current, challenging, and taught by individuals dedicated to teaching.
Jim Ned CISD
Jim Ned CISD provides quality education to all students. They strive to empower all students to pursue productive and fulfilling lives in an ever-changing, interdependent world. Their mission is grounded in the belief that all students can learn successful if the teaching and learning experiences are meaningful and appropriate.
City of Lamesa
Lamesa is a family oriented City that provides its citizens and businesses with great service and opportunity. Lamesa has many activities and resources to offer residents and visitors.
Lamesa Economic Development Corp.
Just as location is crucial to the success of any business, Lamesa's location is precisely what makes it a shining star. Lamesa is central to all the large population concentrations in West Texas including Lubbock, Midland, Odessa, Abilene and Amarillo.
Lamesa Industrial Foundation
The Lamesa Industrial Foundation is a non-profit organization found in Lamesa, Texas. This Foundation helps expand relocating businesses around their area.
For the Loraine Bulldogs, education began in 1893 with the first school house built in their city. After building three more schools after the first school house, they built a fourth in 1953 which is today, the home of education for young Loraine Bulldogs.
The mission of McCamey ISD is to provide a positive productive environment for students, parents, staff and community in a way that promotes a quality education through high expectations, sound instructional practices, and effective communication so that all students become responsible, successful and lifelong learners.
Mitchell County EDC
Mitchell County was named for Eli and Asa Mitchell of Austin's Colony. Its cities consist of Colorado City, Loraine, and Westbrook.
Oldham County is named after Williamson Simpson Oldham, who was a pioneer Texas lawyer and Confederate senator. The cities included in Oldham County are Adrian, Boise, Boys Ranch, Vega, and Wildorado.
The Pampa Economic Development Corporation is a non-profit Title B Corporation specifically governed by the Texas Development Corporation Act of 1979. Pampa EDC is actively engaged in both community development and business development projects, with the purpose of promoting, assisting, and enhancing new and existing businesses.
Pentalum’s SpiDAR™ is a wind LiDAR system that is revolutionizing wind measurement and significantly improving the profitability of wind farms across the globe.The SpiDAR™ is an innovative, cost effective, and patent pending pulse wind LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) system, for remote sensing of wind.
Developed by professionals in the areas of Optics, Fluid mechanics Atmospheric remote sensing and Meteorology, the SpiDAR’s unique architecture enables the use of common, reliable components, allowing Pentalum to maintain lower production costs – a saving that is passed onto the customer – and making the SpiDAR™ affordable to enable wind farms developers and operators to deploy multiple units in a single site; providing better, more precise wind measurements.
Quanah Economic Development Corp.
The Quanah Economic Development Corporation is a nonprofit corporation created especially to assist companies during their site selection and community evaluation process.
Robert Lee ISD
The staff at Robert Lee ISD believes that all students can learn if they are given an equal opportunity for a quality education based on a uniform curriculum based on state and district adopted courses to study. The district personnel have an obligation to have high expectations for all students and to dedicate their efforts and resources to assure that every student will learn.
City of San Marcos
The City of San Marcos has more than 20 departments and divisions employing approximately 500 personnel to serve the community. The goal of all city departments is to support the initiatives of the City Council and City Manager, to provide prompt, courteous service to the citizens, and protect the safety and welfare of citizens and visitors alike.
Scurry county is a west Texas county with a population of 16,919. Snyder, Texas acts as the Scurry County Seat with about 11,000 individuals and a highly active and competitive school district.
Sweetwater Enterprise for Economic Development (S.E.E.D.) provides expanding businesses with ample information necessary for choosing a new site location. S.E.E.D. offers new and existing businesses a variety of financial and non-financial incentives from the federal, state and local levels.
Stephens County was originally named Buchanan County after President James Buchanan, and renamed in 1861 to honor Alexander H. Stephens, the vice president of the Confederate States of America. Communities include Breckenridge, Caddo, Crystal Falls, Eolian, Gunsight, Ivan, Necessity, and Wayland.
Sterling City ISD
Sterling City ISD has a mission to be an advisory group of individuals who represent segments of the community and school to act collectively by providing advice to the school system on aspects of the school health program as mandated by the Texas Legislature.
Stonewall County is named after Confederate general, Thomas J. Jackson who was actually known as Stonewall Jackson. The cities located in Stonewall County include Aspermont, Old Glory, Peacock, Rath City, Rayner, and Swenson.
Tom Green County Operating Account
Upton County was named for Confederate generals John C. and William E Upton. The cities and towns included in Upton County consist of McCamey, Rankin, and Midkiff.
Wind Consultants, LLC
Wind Consultants, LLC is located in Round Rock, Texas and filed as a domestic limited liability company in 2007