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Shavano Park

Shavano Park (pop 3,874) is approximately 15 miles north of downtown San Antonio, most directly north of San Antonio on N.W. Military Highway which...

Selma

Selma (pop 10,997) is a city in Bexar, Comal and Guadalupe Counties. It was settled in 1847 by immigrants from several European countries, most...

Seguin

Seguin (pop 28,854) residents live by the motto “ On the Road to Success” reminds those who move here that even with its charming...

Schertz

Schertz (pop 41,199) nineteen miles west of Seguin on I-35, was named for Sebastian Schertz, a merchant there in 1875. The city was incorporated...

Olmos Park

Olmos Park (pop 2,400), an upscale community is situated at the intersection of Hildebrand and McCullough Avenues, just four miles north of San Antonio,...

New Braunfels

New Braunfels (79,438) is a bustling city and best of all, a river runs through it! Actually two rivers. Founded in 1845 by Prince...

Marion

Marion (pop 1,187), a charming rural community, lies about ten miles northwest of Seguin. Carefully planned and built as a major railroad stop on...

Live Oak

Live Oak (pop 15,855)’s rich beginnings were born with the farmers and ranchers who settled and raised families in the area. It was incorporated...

Leon Valley

Leon Valley (pop 12,199) was developed in the 1940s as a farming community on State Highway 16 (Bandera Road) between Helotes and San Antonio....

La Vernia

La Vernia (pop 1,077) was first settled in the early 1850s when a railroad, the San Antonio and Gulf, arrived along with a post...

Welcome to Metro San Antonio Living

You’ll find information supporting the “climate” of this multi-cultural metropolitan area. San Antonio is home to the two most popular Texas attractions, the Alamo and the RiverWalk, also the NBA champion Spurs, performing arts including the San Antonio Philharmonic, Opera and Ballet. And visual arts anchored by local live...