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Tom Green County, Texas

Tom Green County features plains, rolling hills, and is broken by Concho forks. Land consists of loams in basin, stony hillsides, Lake Nasworthy, Twin Buttes Reservoir, and O.C. Fisher Lake. Local economy is comprised of agribusiness, trade center for the area, education, medical center, and government services.

Land and Ranch Market Snapshot

Average Price $724K
Lowest Price $425K
Highest Price $1M
Total Listings 2
Avg. Days On Market 193
Avg. Price/SQFT $0

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Where is Tom Green County, Texas?

  • Tom Green County comprises 1,540.5 square miles in west central Texas. The county seat, San Angelo, is centrally located at 31°28' north latitude and 100°26' west longitude, 301 miles south of Amarillo and 258 miles west of Dallas. The principal river in the county is the Concho, which is formed by the convergence of the North, Middle, and South Concho rivers. The North Concho River and its tributaries, Bald Eagle, Chalk, Dry, Grape, Little, Mulberry, and Walnut creeks, drain the northwest portion of the county.
  • As of the 2010 census, its population was 110,224. The county was created in 1874 and organized the following year. Tom Green County is included in the San Angelo, TX metropolitan statistical area.

Adjacent Counties

  • Coke County (north)
  • Runnels County (northeast)
  • Concho County (east)
  • Schleicher County (south)
  • Irion County (west)
  • Reagan County (west)
  • Sterling County (northwest)
  • Menard County (southeast)

Sites and Attractions in Tom Green County 

  • Of historical interest is the restored Concho Street, the Barrow Foundation Museum, Miss Hattie's Museum, the Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, the Robert W. Johnson Museum of Medicine, the Railway Museum of San Angelo, and the E. H. Danner Museum of Telephony. Educational and cultural highlights include the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo Symphony, San Angelo Civic Ballet, Angelo Civic Theater, Angelo State University Planetarium, and ASU Theater. For recreation and the children, activities include boating, fishing, hunting, the Producers Livestock Auction, Nature Center, Riverwalk, and Chicken Farm Art Center.

  • Significant historical structures include Fort Concho and the Schwartz and Raas and San Angelo National Bank buildings. In addition, there are more than twenty-five historical markers in the county, and it is on the Texas Forts Trail. Prominent annual events include the Stock Show and P.R.C.A. Rodeo; Sabers, Saddles, and Spurs; the Texas Wine Festival; the Ranch Rodeo; the Bull Riding Fiesta; the San Angelo Symphony Pops Concert; the Goodfellow Air Force Base Fireworks Display; World Championship Goat Roping; Fiestas Patrias; the Roping Fiesta; and Christmas at Old Fort Concho.

Farming and Ranching in Tom Green County 

  • The county has a 235-day growing season, an average temperature range of 32° F in January and 97° F in July, an average annual precipitation of 18.2 inches, and an elevation variation of 1,717 feet to 2,480 feet. 
  •  In 1990, 200,000 of the county's one million acres were farmed, including 15,000 irrigated acres. Commercial minerals include caliche, limestone, and oil and gas in the south central and northwest regions of the county. Major archeological sites are scarce in the county. Some scattered artifacts and graves have been discovered, including fifty smooth rock basins near the head of Dove Creek. The most famous aboriginal site in the region is that of Painted Rocks in Concho County, west of Tom Green.

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