10 Best Cities to Live in Texas

10 Best Cities to Live in Texas

What are the best cities to live in Texas? In 2021, the United States as a whole grew about 1.5 percent. Texas saw the largest percentage increase in terms of absolute numbers and percentage, growing by 2.8%. There’s a constant desire for more space in America and that is probably one of the primary reasons that Texas is such a popular destination. Texas is growing at 1,000 people per day as reported by State Demographer Lloyd Potter. The state’s population growth is backed up by the latest world economic rankings. In a July 2015 report, the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor showed that 91 percent of the state’s CEOs say business start-ups are “a good thing for the state and its economy.” Here’s the list of the 10 best cities to live in Texas.

10. Waco
Waco has one of the highest projected job growth rates in the country over the next five years as the State of Texas and Baylor University collaborate to attract businesses to the area. It’s the first to be considered on this list of the 10 best cities to live in Texas. Waco is also expanding its options for retail, dining, and other services. In a bid to fast-track its recovery from Hurricane Harvey, Waco has continued to woo businesses and investors to the area. In the next five years, the city is expected to have a more than 10 percent job growth rate.
9. Southlake
This college town is surrounded by plenty of farmland, so there is ample space for homeowners to care for their horses and cows. Families also have opportunities to enjoy great outdoor recreational opportunities such as mountain biking, fly fishing, bird watching, and kayaking. This little coastal city is known for its oyster festivals and is famous for its beautiful beaches in Texas. The city itself is a historic river town with four miles of waterfront property.
8. Rockwall
Rockwall is a suburb of Dallas. It is walkable from the city. However, it is still not a cosmopolitan city. Its median household income of $77,654 is quite rich for Texas. Statistically also shows that it is the city with the most educated residents in the state. Rockwall has a higher rate of educated residents than anywhere else in the state. About 45.2 percent of them have a bachelor’s degree and more than half of its population either have either a university first degree or professional qualification.
7. North Richland Hills
North Richland Hills is certainly one of the best cities to live in the state of Texas. Residents of the hill country are known for their thick northern Dallas County, Hill County, and Edwards Plateau vegetation, year-round moderate temperatures, and scenic but challenging landscape. The long, narrow, rolling terrain creates a lovely, slow pace and intimate communities that are easily lovable.
6. Wimberley
The hills are a scenic backdrop to this quaint tourist town, home to world-class golf and cool indie shops. For all would-be-rescuers and naturalists, Wimberley has it all: rodeos, live music, and hot springs. If you prefer to be at the water’s edge, check out Barton Springs, one of the largest spring pools in the world. If you love food, you’ll love the Tex-Mex, gourmet coffee, barbecue, and Tex-Asian cuisine. For these and other reasons, Wimberley is one of the best places in Texas.

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  1. Flor Hernandez on November 13, 2022 at 2:31 pm

    I’m sorry but as an RgV resident born and raised, McAllen is none of those . McAllen is perhaps a shopping haven for people from Monterrey but that’s about it. If you was history, culture, etc go east to Brownsville , the actual largest city in the rgv, there you will find rich history, culture, nature, and a deep water ship channel that brings in commerce from many parts of the world. Not McAllen, but Brownsville Tx. History? We are rich in history that eventually led to to what ultimately would become the USA, not that I totally agreed with it. Stop buying into McAllen bs. The most prominent, diverse, and historical city is Brownsville in the RGV. The Rio Grande City area is also pretty significant in terms of history. McAllen has malls !! 😂

  2. dodge sportsman on November 13, 2022 at 2:48 pm


  3. Lisa's DFW High Tech World on November 13, 2022 at 3:07 pm

    The descriptions of Waco and Southlake are wrong. Waco is far inland, too far for hurricanes to hit. Southlake is in The DFW Metroplex, not near the coast. Rockwall is a well-to-do-suburb of Dallas, not a small rural town in the middle of nowhere. It is a stretch to say it is not cosmopolitan. North Richland Hills is not in The Hill Country.

  4. Steve Kast on November 13, 2022 at 3:12 pm

    I’m assuming you didn’t pass geography class or just can’t read a map?

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