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Cuero, the County Seat of DeWitt County, is located in the heart of the Eagle Ford Shale oil & gas formation in South Central Texas.  Located 28 miles north of Victoria, Texas and 86 miles southeast of San Antonio, Cuero is a designated Scenic City, Playful USA City, a Go Texan Certified Retirement Community and Preserve America Community.  The City is home to the national renowned Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum, a distinguished local community hospital as well as the DeWitt Industrial Park.

Cuero Development Corporation
Patrick J. Kennedy, Executive Director
361.275.8178
cueroed@cityofcuero.com

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Demographics

Total Population

7,096

Households

2,664

Median Age

41

Population Growth Rate

0%

Source:

ESRI, 2018-05-09

Housing

Total Housing Units

3,169

Owner Occupied

1,707

Renter Occupied

957

Vacant

505

Median Home Value

$92,470


Average Home Value

$136,321

Source:

ESRI, 2018-05-09

Income

Median Household

2017

$40,092

2022

$43,016

Average Household

2017

$59,626

2022

$67,431

Per Capita

2017

$22,986

2022

$25,789

Cost of living

95.00%

of US average
Source:

ESRI, 2018-05-09

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Commute

Average Commute Time

17 min.

Drive Alone

2,151

Carpooled

217

Public

0

Work At Home

86

Source:

ESRI, 2018-05-09

Workforce

Workers 16+

2,549

Graduates

High School

1,347

Associates

258

Bachelor's

552

Graduate

250

Total Employed

3,685

Total Businesses

383

AG/Forestry/
Fish/Hunting

Businesses

2

Employed

4

Mining

Businesses

4

Employed

14

Utilities

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Construction

Businesses

22

Employed

169

Manufacturing

Businesses

9

Employed

336

Wholesale Trade

Businesses

14

Employed

133

Source:

ESRI, 2018-05-09

Naturally Beautiful Texas Landscapes

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Take a Spring drive in Cuero, Yorktown, Yoakum and all the little towns in between and experience why the Texas Legislature passed HR 769 on May 4, 1999 designating DeWitt County as the Wildflower Capital of Texas. The area becomes “an ocean of color” as the wildflowers begin to bloom and visitors come far and wide for this naturally beautiful Texas landscape.