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The City of Yoakum, Texas is located across DeWitt and Lavaca Counties; 40 miles from the Port of Victoria and 125 miles from the Port of Corpus Christi.

Yoakum, Texas is home to Eddy Packing (national distributed meat packing company), Double D Ranchwear (nationally renowned designer women’s clothing), Circle Y Saddles and the Hochheim Prairie Insurance corporate headquarters.   The Yoakum High School girls golf team has qualified for the State Championship for the past 30 years and have brought home an unprecented 8 State Championships.

Yoakum Economic Development Corporation
Chuck Dart, Executive Director
361.293.6321

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Demographics

Total Population

6,007

Households

2,169

Median Age

39

Population Growth Rate

0%

Source:

ESRI, 2018-05-09

Housing

Total Housing Units

2,571

Owner Occupied

1,490

Renter Occupied

679

Vacant

402

Median Home Value

$82,740


Average Home Value

$124,530

Source:

ESRI, 2018-05-09

Income

Median Household

2018

$42,157

2023

$45,208

Average Household

2018

$56,865

2023

$64,504

Per Capita

2018

$21,717

2023

$24,539

Cost of living

86.60%

of US average
Source:

ESRI, 2018-05-09

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Commute

Average Commute Time

13 min.

Drive Alone

1,807

Carpooled

537

Public

0

Work At Home

44

Source:

ESRI, 2018-05-09

Workforce

Workers 16+

2,457

Graduates

High School

1,278

Associates

185

Bachelor's

418

Graduate

111

Total Employed

2,346

Total Businesses

227

AG/Forestry/
Fish/Hunting

Businesses

3

Employed

8

Mining

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Utilities

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Construction

Businesses

13

Employed

67

Manufacturing

Businesses

7

Employed

173

Wholesale Trade

Businesses

13

Employed

94

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.