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About City of San Marcos, TX
San Marcos, Texas is the county seat of Hays County and has a population of 67,553 across 36 square miles. Located on Interstate Highway 35 between San Antonio and Austin, the character and economy of the City is heavily influenced by Texas State University, which has a student enrollment of 38,187. Millions of visitors are attracted to San Marcos for the serene beauty of the Texas Hill Country and some of the most popular attractions in the state. San Marcos has been named one of the “Best Places to Raise Your Kids” by Business Week and was named the “#1 Retirement Community” by Forbes. Residents enjoy convenient access to an array of amenities and unmatched recreational opportunities. San Marcos, Texas, was founded in 1851 and incorporated in 1877. It sits at the headwaters of the beautiful San Marcos River. Archaeologists have discovered artifacts indicating the area is one of the longest continuously inhabited places in North America. The City has flourished for almost 170 years and is proud of its heritage. As it grows, San Marcos makes efforts to preserve its culture and traditions while promoting sustainable economic development. The Texas Historical Commission an...d the National Trust for Historic Preservation designated San Marcos an official Main Street City in 1986. Due to its passionate commitment to community preservation efforts, San Marcos was distinguished as a “Texas Treasures Community.” The City has a charming downtown and historic districts featuring great restaurants, unique locally owned shops, and eclectic markets. San Marcos is an international destination for shopping and retail development, which plays a vital role in the community’s thriving economy.
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