Located less than an hour from Lubbock and home to low taxes, inexpensive energy, and a growing and supportive business climate, Plainview, Texas, is worthy of serious consideration for your business and industry expansion. Plainview is the county seat of Hale County, where the cities of Hale Center, Abernathy, and Petersburg also reside. With a 2010 Census population of just over 22,000, Plainview has enough of a small town feel for its residents to feel close and connected but the amenities and resources of nearby Lubbock. Wayland Baptist University is a four-year, private Christian college that boasts over 3,000 students, and their women’s basketball team, the Flying Queens, were just inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame. South Plains College also has a branch in the city of Plainview. An aggressive and supportive business climate, low taxes, inexpensive energy and enviable logistics make the Plainview / Hale County Community worthy of serious consideration for your business and industry expansion.
Author: JESSICA THORNTON The 55-acre annexation of Andalusia Nuts into the city limits was approved by the Plainview City Council Tuesday on the first reading. The business, based out of Houston, requested to be annexed into the city and will be operating in the...