City of Liberty
Consider Expanding or Relocation Your Business to the City of Liberty
The City of Liberty became the county seat and was incorporated in 1837. Liberty, Texas, known as "The First City on the Trinity," is located today at the juncture of US Highway 90 and State Highway 146, Just 45 miles east of Downtown Houston and 45 miles west of Beaumont. Easy access to these metropolitan areas, a low cost of living, high quality of life, and a rich heritage make Liberty a great place to put down roots. The city has more than 8,000 residents with over 526 businesses operating here. The City of Liberty has about 45,000+ people traveling through town on a daily basis. Liberty offers residents and businesses a small town atmosphere while providing all the modern services one expects from larger cities. Newcomers will find a friendly, charming community with a progressive outlook on the future. Liberty is a great place to visit, a better place to live and to work.
Just as important as our history is to us, so is our economic sustainability. Our mission is to implement resources that will enhance and expand our current tax base. The Liberty Community Development Corporation (LCDC) was established in 1995 to facilitate the expansion and retention of businesses in the City of Liberty by promoting quality development opportunities, supporting infrastructural improvements, and fostering a positive business climate through cooperation with the City and the community.
LCDC wants to be your business partner. Since May 6, 1995 we have been assisting businesses and enhancing community resources. LCDC has packages to promote the economic growth and vitality of Liberty, and give the Corporation flexibility to assist companies with public infrastructure, job training, and other resources important to the business and the community.
LCDC is currently assessing potential development opportunities. Projects under discussion include downtown facade and curb appeal, revitalization of blighted areas, airport improvements, commercial and industrial developments, tourism and preservation.