City of Clyde

City of Clyde

                               Contact

Chritsotpher McGuire
   Director of Econmic Development

(325) 893-0055
cmcguire@clyde-tx.gov

222 Oak Street
Clyde, Texas 79510

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The City of Clyde has invested over $17M in infrastructure improvements using Energy Savings Performance Contracting (ESPC), enabled by Texas Local Government Code 302 to generate over $23 million in savings for Clyde throughout the project's life.

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The Clyde Independent School District is an accredited school district with an A – Superior rating.

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The City of Clyde lies within the Abilene Metropolitan Statistical Area, with a population of over 172K.

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Clyde is within 15 miles of Abilene Christian University, Hardin-Simmons University, McMurry University, Patty Hanks Shelton School of Nursing, and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.

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Direct access to interstate 20

With a low cost of living and excellent housing choices, Clyde is a place where your dollar goes farther—and where you don’t have to settle in your search for the amenities that make life richer.  The City of Clyde is a business-friendly city that offers economic development incentives for businesses to relocate to Clyde. With direct access to I-20 that has daily traffic counts exceeding 30K vehicles, proximity to Abilene Regional Airport (10 miles) and  Dallas Fort Worth International ( 146 miles), commercial rail access (10 miles), available city and private land with I-20 frontage, and the Top Rated Clyde Independent School District; relocating to the City of Clyde makes excellent business sense. 

Tee off on the scenic fairways of the appropriately named Shady Oaks Golf Course, where graceful oaks wind through a course designed for the optimum challenge. The fishing and boating are superb on the 450-acre Clyde Lake, where crappie and large-mouth bass are abundant and always biting. Clyde’s outstanding recreation is ready anytime you are: our temperate weather makes recreation a year-round pleasure. At the same time, our packed annual schedule of festivals means more fun under the sun—or the stars, in the case of our Holiday Parade of Lights. Savor the sweet pies and sensational music at our signature Pecan Festival; browse and bag the buys at our annual spring city-wide garage sale, which draws crowds from all over the region; celebrate summer at our Fourth of July Festival by the Lake. Why live your life when you can love your life, with more ways to play, every day, every season.

One more reason you can relax: healthcare that has your needs covered, combining cutting-edge excellence with genuine caring.  Two leading health systems support a convenient patient-centered medical center in Clyde in Abilene, which provides more than 3,000 health professionals, more than 750 beds, and a full spectrum of specialized healthcare services. 

4,000

Total Population

125,000+

Population Within 15 Miles
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