Farm and Ranch
Medina Electric Cooperative, Inc.
2308 18th Street
Hondo, Texas 78861
WaterEast Medina County Special Utility District P. O. Box 628 Devine, TX 78016 (830) 709-3879 [email protected]
Business In Medina County
Medina County’s economic development roots date back to completion of Medina Dam in 1913. At that time, the dam was the fourth largest in the nation and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. According to the US Census Bureau, Medina County has a total area of 1,335 square miles of which 1,325 square miles is land and 0.2 square miles is water. The Median income for a family is $40,288. It is home to the cities of Castroville, Devine, Hondo (county seat), LaCoste, and Natalia. Unincorporated communities include Dunlay, Mico, Pearson, Rio Medina and Yancey.
It is largely an agricultural community, but is home to many thriving businesses. There are reasonable priced sizable tracks of land which can be purchased throughout the county. Medina County has no zoning restrictions and is very friendly to business development. There is a very good source of water and electricity throughout the County. GoMedinaCounty would like to expand the number of businesses in the County and is poised to assist in the growth and development of existing resources.