7th IN
for JOBS
(Bureau of Economic Analysis)
28th IN


San Angelo's Economic & Community Development Partners

The mission of the Concho Valley Workforce Development Board (CVWDB) is to promote the economic well-being of all residents through the delivery of employer driven and customer centered services.

The San Angelo Chamber of Commerce is a membership association whose purpose is to foster and promote a business and tourism environment, which assures the growth and well-being of our members and community.

The COSADC is a non-profit economic development corporation formed under the Texas Development Corporation Act of 1979 and governed by a seven member board of directors. As directed by this Act, the Corporation’s focuses its efforts on the promotion and development of business enterprises that create or retain primary jobs.

The Business Factory is an incubation program designed for small businesses and entrepreneurs for San Angelo and the Concho Valley Area. Whether you are a budding high-tech company or a small one-man operation looking for temporary workspace, the Business Factory is here to provide that space.

The mission of the Angelo State University Small Business Development Center is to foster small business success in the ten counties that comprise the SBDC service area. Our vision is to be recognized as a premier business development organization in the Concho Valley.

Historic Downtown San Angelo is where a mix of cultural art and a Western heritage create a socially inclusive experience.
Celebrate • Shop • Dine • Explore
Assisting downtown businesses and recruiting new enterprises in response to today’s market.

Howard College is a 2-year community college, founded in 1945, with four campus locations in Big Spring, Lamesa, and San Angelo.

Angelo State University delivers undergraduate and graduate programs in the liberal arts, sciences and professional disciplines in a learning-centered environment distinguished by its integration of teaching, research, creative endeavor, service and co-curricular experiences.

The mission of San Angelo Independent School District is to provide each student with a meaningful, challenging education, delivered in a safe learning environment that prepares him or her to graduate from high school as a lifelong learner who is a capable, productive, and contributing citizen.

San Angelo has an estimated 2014 population of 100,450. It ranked fourth in the nation in Forbes magazine’s “Best Small Cities For Jobs” (2013). Kiplinger’s Personal Finance named it one of the “Best Cities of the Next Decade” (2010). CNN Money ranked it one of the best cities to launch a small business (2009).

We’re on the frontline — connecting businesses around the world with opportunities in Texas. The Texas Economic Development Corporation is the official gateway for bringing jobs to the communities of Texas.

Tom Green County has a total area of 1,541 square miles and is home to an estimated 116,608 people as of 2014. San Angelo is the county seat and hosts four district courts, as well as four major highways: U.S. Highway 67, U.S. Highway 87, U.S. Highway 277, and SH 208.

Why Locate or Expand in San Angelo?

San Angelo is located near the center of Texas and is the junction city
connecting Austin, San Antonio, Midland and Lubbock

A hub city of the Ports-to-Plains International Trade Corridor stretching from
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada to The Port of Mazatlan, Mexico

Big Business

Home to some of the largest companies, such as Hirschfeld Industries, BlueCross BlueShield of Texas, SITEL Inc., Ethicon (Johnson & Johnson), Performant Financial, and TimeClock Plus


Home to over 110 manufacturing companies producing a wide spectrum of products, from medical equipment to steel bridges

Nationally Recognized
Ranked among 100 Best Small Cities for Business and Careers by Forbes Magazine in 2015
Place of Learning
Public school system with over 14,400 students. State of the art Career & Technology courses, dual credit academic and technical courses from Howard College and Angelo State University
Higher Education
Angelo State University, offering more than 100 majors and concentrations that lead to 41 undergraduate degrees, 21 master’s degrees and one doctoral degree
Military Training
Goodfellow Air Force Base, home of the 17th Training Wing, which provides Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance and Fire Protection Training
Growing Economy
The Bureau of Economic Analysis reported in 2014 that San Angelo ranked number 2 in the nation for gross domestic product growth out of 381 MSAs nationwide
Diversified Economy
A highly diversified economic base with 11 distinct economic sectors providing stability and consistent growth
Favorable Tax Climate
A highly favorable tax climate, right-to-work state with no state income tax
Regional Airport
With a modern facility and five commercial passenger flights per day, American Eagle serves over 66,000 passengers annually.
Advanced Healthcare
San Angelo is served by many full-service hospitals and clinics, including local specialists, laboratories, and trauma facilities.
Stable Population
Stable population of 108,000 serving high-growth companies that have been in San Angelo for decades

Get all of this information and more in our 18-page Community Profile.

More Information

Get your hands on these informative brochures for in-depth information on San Angelo and our certified business super park.

For more information about San Angelo and how the Economic Development partners can help you take your business to the next level, please contact us — we can help direct you to the right place and answer any questions about doing business in San Angelo!

Michael Looney

Vice President of Economic Development
(325) 234-3376

Heather Givens

Economic Development Specialist
(325) 655-4136

San Angelo Chamber of Commerce

418 West Avenue B
San Angelo, Texas 76903