San Angelo, TX is a growing community with a diverse population close to 100,000. San Angelo is located in Tom Green County in West Central Texas between the Texas hill country to the southeast and the rolling plains to the northwest.
San Angelo is city living with a small town feel. From our hospitality and sunsets to scenic views along the Concho River, San Angelo is a place you can call home. San Angelo offers recreation and entertainment opportunities for the entire family. San Angelo is the home of the Colts semi-professional baseball team and the Stampede arena football team as well as sporting facilities for soccer, tennis, golf, baseball, softball and cycling. We host the nation's 7th largest annual stock show and rodeo. West Texas history and culture abounds at the Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, and in the downtown shopping district. From the Sunken Gardens that are home to an international water lily collection, to boating and water sports on three area lakes, San Angelo has it all.
Other points and attractions include: Goodfellow Air Force Base; Bill Aylor Riverstage; Nature Center; Chicken Farm Art Center;
San Angelo Civic Ballet; Angelo Civic Theatre; San Angelo State Park; San Angelo Symphony; Cactus Jazz and Blues Festival; Roping Fiesta; Christmas at Old Fort Concho; as well as many restaurants offering a diverse selection of cuisine.
Region XV Serves 43 districts in 18 counties in West Central Texas including San Angelo ISD. Education Service Center Region XV is dedicated to excellence in education through leadership, partnership, and service. Visit their website fo rmore information.
Municipal website that includes city departments, parks, ordinances, demographics, attractions, calendar, and city directory.
Tom Green County is located in West Central Texas and has a population of over 100,000. Its county seat is San Angelo. The Tom Green County website provides government information for the county.
Located in San Angelo, TX, Angelo State University is a member of the Texas Tech University System and has both undergraduate and graduate programs. Angelo State University is committed to providing a wide range of high quality academic programs and strives to develop in its students those qualities which will enable them to enrich their personal lives, improve their abilities to serve and contribute to society, and become leaders in their professions and in their communities.
Howard College San Angelo serves the people of the Concho Valley. The purpose of Howard College San Angelo is to provide learning opportunities which challenge all persons. Instruction is concentrated predominantly in technical and vocational fields of study leading to certificates and/or associate in applied science degrees.
You‘ll be surprised and delighted with the wide range of attractions and activities available in San Angelo. From our scenic River Walk, to the rugged San Angelo State Park; from our grand historic structures like the Cactus Hotel and Fort Concho to our culturally sophisticated art galleries and Museum of Fine Arts – San Angelo has it all. Discover a getaway that off ers the perfect blend of West Texas charm, outdoor recreation, culture & arts, and just plain old fun. San Angelo. Downhome. Uptown. Goodtimes.
Home to the 17th Training Wing, Goodfellow Air Force Base, located on 1,135 acres near San Angelo, TX, is a United States Air Force training installation subordinate to Air Education & Training Command (AETC). Goodfellow's chief mission is to develop and deliver training in the cryptologic and general intelligence career fields for Air Force, Army, Navy and Marine Corps personnel plus students from certain Allied countries and national agencies.
The mission of the Texas Education Agency is to provide leadership, guidance, and resources to help schools meet the educational needs of all students. Visit the TEA website for education-related information produced by, gathered for, and pertaining to the State of Texas' public education system.
The goals of the State Comptroller's Office include: Develop a better-educated workforce, Direct more of every education dollar into the classroom, Raise the bar on student performance, Cut taxes in Texas, Introduce competition into Texas government, Improve government performance and accountability, Reduce the size of government, Bring common sense to regulations, Use technology to cut costs and increase quality, Return control to communities and individuals.
An independent, not-for-profit professional association, the Texas Association of School Business Officials (TASBO) is dedicated to serving as the recognized source of accurate, objective school business and operations information, educating its diverse membership and constituency in professional best practices, and promoting high standards of conduct and professional ethics in the industry.