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La Vernia is a vibrant community located just 25 miles southeast of San Antonio, Texas – the 7th largest city in the United States.  The City boasts some of the fastest internet speeds in the industry via GVEC.net, a renowned school system and median household income of $77,000.  In addition La Vernia is home to 7 inventors who hold more than a dozen patents and a trade market area with 36,366 residents.

La Vernia Municipal Development District
Yvonne Griffin
830-779-4541 ext 6
Yvonne.griffin@lavernia-tx.gov

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Demographics

Total Population

1,150

Households

452

Median Age

42

Population Growth Rate

2%

Source:

ESRI, 2017-03-02

Housing

Total Housing Units

483

Owner Occupied

370

Renter Occupied

81

Vacant

31

Median Home Value

$180,263


Average Home Value

$196,612

Source:

ESRI, 2017-03-02

Income

Median Household

2017

$75,121

2022

$82,460

Average Household

2017

$86,281

2022

$94,090

Per Capita

2017

$31,589

2022

$34,341

Cost of living

112.00%

of US average
Source:

ESRI, 2017-03-02

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Commute

Average Commute Time

24 min.

Drive Alone

464

Carpooled

60

Public

0

Work At Home

31

Source:

ESRI, 2017-03-02

Workforce

Workers 16+

582

Graduates

High School

261

Associates

65

Bachelor's

85

Graduate

39

Total Employed

1,316

Total Businesses

132

AG/Forestry/
Fish/Hunting

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Mining

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Utilities

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Construction

Businesses

5

Employed

25

Manufacturing

Businesses

3

Employed

40

Wholesale Trade

Businesses

6

Employed

40

Source:

ESRI, 2017-03-02

Top Ranking Producers of Eggs and Poultry Are Here

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Some of the largest players in the shell egg, broiler and breeding industries are located in the Guadalupe Valley including Holmes Foods, Inc., Tyson Foods, Inc. and Cal-maine Foods, Inc. Millions of dollars in assets flow through these major operations day and night which include large hatcheries, feed mills, and processing plants dependent upon reliable electricity.