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Municipalities and communities of Caldwell County, Texas , United States
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Municipalities and communities of Guadalupe County, Texas , United States
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Municipalities and communities of Hays County, Texas , United States
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San Marcos ( / ˌ s æ n ˈ m ɑːr k ə s / SAN MAR -kəs ) is a city and the county seat of Hays County , Texas , United States . The city's limits extend into Caldwell and Guadalupe counties , as well. San Marcos is within the Austin–Round Rock–San Marcos metropolitan area and on the Interstate 35 corridor between Austin and San Antonio . Its population was 44,894 at the 2010 census [4] and was an estimated 64,776 in 2019. [5]

Founded on the banks of the San Marcos River , the area is thought to be among the oldest continuously inhabited sites in the Americas . San Marcos is home to Texas State University and the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment . [6]

In 2010, San Marcos was listed in Business Week ' s fourth annual survey of the "Best Places to Raise your Kids". [7] In 2013 and 2014, the United States Census Bureau named it the fastest-growing city in the United States. [8] [9] In December 2013, it was named number nine on Business Insider ' s list of the "10 Most Exciting Small Cities In America". [10]

San Marcos is in Central Texas . It is 30 miles (48 km) southwest of Austin and 51 miles (82 km) northeast of San Antonio . According to the United States Census Bureau , in 2010, it had a total area of 30.3 square miles (78.6 km 2 ), of which 30.2 square miles (78.3 km 2 ) were land and 0.1 square miles (0.3 km 2 ), or 0.44%, was covered by water. [4] Interstate 35 is the main highway through it, with access from exits 199 through 208. It is situated on the Balcones Fault , the boundary between the Hill Country to the west and the Coastal Plains to the east. Along the fault, many springs emerge, such as San Marcos Springs , which forms Spring Lake and is the source of the San Marcos River. The eastern part is blackland prairie. The western part consists of forested or grassy rolling hills, often marked with cacti .

The San Marcos River and the Blanco River , part of the Guadalupe watershed, flow through the city, along with Cottonwood Creek, Purgatory Creek, Sink Creek, and Willow Springs Creek.

The climate in this area is characterized by hot, humid summers and generally mild to cool winters, with some winter frost at night. Annual precipitation is about 34 inches (864 mm). According to the Köppen climate classification system, San Marcos has a humid subtropical climate , Cfa on climate maps. [11]

San Marcos is home to Texas State University , a multi-disciplinary public research university that was established in 1899.

For primary and secondary education, San Marcos is served by the San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District . San Marcos High School is the district's sole high school. San Marcos Academy , a private high school, is in the city. Doris Miller Middle School and Owen Goodnight Middle School are the two middle schools located in San Marcos. San Marcos is home to six elementary schools, Hernandez Elementary School, Mendez Elementary School, Crockett Elementary School, Travis Elementary School, Bowie Elementary School, and DeZavala Elementary School. The city also houses a prekindergarten school, named Bonham Pre-K.

The Forensic Anthropology Center at Texas State is one of the four extant body farms in the United States and the largest such forensics research facility in the world. [12]

San Marcos is also home to Aquarena Center, [6] the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, [13] the San Marcos National Fish Hatchery and Aquatic Resource Center, [14] the A. E. Wood Texas Fish Hatchery, [15] the San Marcos Nature Center, [16] the Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos, [17] and the Indigenous Cultures Institute. [18]

San Marcos' central location along IH-35 and strong infrastructure makes it ideal for industry. It includes business incentives, a high quality of life, regional airports and proximity to major international airports, access to major roadways such as IH-35, SH-130, US-183, and IH-10, networking opportunities and support for small businesses and entrepreneurs, a healthy tax structure, and a diverse and talented workforce. [ citation needed ]

Along with its easy access to air travel, San Marcos has ready access to several freight routes and IH-35 and IH-10, which run north/south and east/west, respectively, through the region. The access points of the area provide an easy route to major cities in Texas such as Austin, San Antonio, Dallas , and Houston .

The region has several institutions of higher education that provide a continual source of talent for the region's workforce. These institutions include the fourth-largest university in the state, Texas State University; Gary Job Corps , an education and career technical training program.

The area's quality of life is highlighted by the San Marcos River, which is naturally fed by the San Marcos Springs. Many other lakes and rivers dot the local landscape, and the region's location within the Texas Hill Country provides easy access to the many outdoor amenities. In June 2006, The View named the San Marcos Outlet Malls as the third-best place to shop in the world. About 14 million people visit them annually.

The San Marcos and Blanco Rivers flow through the city, along with Cottonwood Creek, Purgatory Creek, Sink Creek, and Willow Springs Creek. Each of these rivers and creeks has parks or nature preserves with hiking trails along it. [19]

The San Marcos River rises from the San Marcos Springs. The springs are home to several threatened or endangered species, including the Texas blind salamander , fountain darter , San Marcos gambusia , and Texas wild rice . The river begins at San Marcos Springs, rising from the Edwards Aquifer into Spring Lake. The upper river flows through Texas State University and San Marcos and is a popular recreational area. It is joined by the Blanco River after four miles, passes through Luling and near Gonzales , and flows into the Guadalupe River after 75 miles (121 km). This course is the first leg of the Texas Water Safari , considered the "World's Toughest Canoe Race."
San Marcos has many areas meant for recreation, but one of the most popular is Sewell Park. It is an open area along part of the San Marcos River. Because of its location on the Texas State University campus, the park is a popular spot for college students to swim, play, or just hang out. Many activities are available at Sewell Park, such as volleyball, picnics, and swimming/tubing. It is also known for being the spot where some newly graduated Texas State students jump into the San Marcos River after their graduation ceremony.

Many residents of San Marcos support the athletic programs of the Texas State University known as the Texas State Bobcats . The football program won the NCAA Division II National Championships in 1982 and 1983 and now competes in the NCAA Division I ( FBS ) Sun Belt Conference . The Texas State Bobcats play home games in Bobcat Stadium , seating over 33,000 fans. Basketball and Volleyball games are played at Strahan Arena . Baseball games are played at Bobcat Ballpark .

In 2010, San Marcos was listed in Business Week magazine's fourth annual survey of the "Best Places to Raise your Kids." [7] In 2013 and 2014, the United States Census Bureau named it the fastest-growing city in the United States. [8] [9] In December 2013, it was named #9 on the Business Insider list of the "10 Most Exciting Small Cities In America." [10]

The river is a popular recreational area and is frequented by residents and tourists for tubing , canoeing , swimming , and fishing . The Texas Water Safari starts in San Marcos on the first Saturday in June each year. Due in part to its natural beauty, the city was nicknamed "San Marvelous". San Marcos references the nickname in its "Keep San Marcos Beautiful" campaign. [20]

The town center (referred to locally as "the square") was laid out in 1851 and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The Hays County Courthouse , which sits in the center, was built in 1908. The downtown area surrounding the courthouse is home to many of the city's bars, restaurants, boutiques, and music venues, making it a top entertainment destination. The Marc, directly across the street from the courthouse, hosted the 2011, 2012, and 2013 Lone Star Music Awards. [21] [22]

In addition to the historic downtown, San Marcos has five residential historic districts. [23] It also boasts of at least 40 homes and buildings on the National Register of Historic Places .

The City of San Marcos and the San Marcos Arts Commission broke ground in January 2013 on a commemorative sculpture that will sit at the intersection of LBJ Drive and MLK Drive. Designed by Aaron P. Hussey, it depicts Johnson and King conversing in the Oval Office . [24] [25] It was officially unveiled on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in 2014. [26]

The downtown area has become home to several graffiti-style murals, including designs depicting Jeff Bridges ' character The Dude from The Big Lebowski . [27]

In 2016, the San Marcos Arts Commission erected 10 mermaid statues throughout the city. [28] Mermaids have been part of San Marcos culture since the mid-1900s, when the former Aquarena Springs began underwater performances by women dressed as mermaids. Each mermaid statue is 7 ft tall and mounted on a limestone slab to make the final height closer 9 ft. Each mermaid is decorated by a different regional artist and celebrates the art, culture and natural beauty of the city.

For more than 20 years, [ when? ] the San Marcos Performing Arts Commission and the San Marcos Parks and Recreation Department have hosted the Summer in the Park concert series with live music at an outdoor venue every Thursday night from June to August. [29] [30]

The Cheatham Street Warehouse helped launch the careers of George Strait , Stevie Ray Vaughan , Randy Rogers, Todd Snider, James McMurtry, and Terri Hendrix, among others. [31] The Cheatham Street Foundation continues work to preserve Texas music traditions and has offered seminars on the business end of the music business.

Contributing to the music scene in San Marcos, Texas State University hosts the Hill Country Jazz Festival and Eddie Durham Celebration annually. [32]

The San Marcos Cinema Club hosts the burgeoning Lost River Film Festival . The festival is named for the fictional Lost River in the film "Piranha" which was filmed on the San Marcos River.

Archeologists have found evidence at the San Marcos River associated with the Clovis culture , which suggests that the river has been the site of human habitation for more than 10,000 years. The San Marcos Springs are the third-largest collection of springs in Texas. Never in recorded history has the river run dry.

In 1689, Spaniard Alonso de Leon led an expedition from Mexico to explore Texas and establish missions and presidios in the region. De Leon's party helped blaze the Camino Real (later known as the Old San Antonio Road ), which followed present-day Hunter Road, Hopkins
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