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The Plan

EVERY GREAT TOWN
HAS A GREAT PLAN

Clint envisions a vibrant future focused on economic diversity, enhanced job prospects, a celebration of its rich history and unique culture, improved resident health and affordability, and an overall better quality of life.

Clint Comprehensive Plan was crafted through an inclusive and participatory public process. It offers a bold vision and practical strategies for achieving these objectives.

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TOWN PROFILE

The area now known as Clint, Texas, was originally settled by indigenous peoples and Spanish explorers. The town later developed around the San Elizario Station of the Southern Pacific Railroad and was named after Mary Clinton Collins, the wife of Thomas Collins. Clint's postal office was established in 1886, marking a significant point in its development. The local economy initially focused on agriculture, with activities such as fruit cultivation, cotton farming, and cattle ranching. As the town grew, the prosperity brought by the railroad further facilitated its agricultural development, laying the foundation for its subsequent growth and economic stability.

923

POPULATION

390

HOUSING UNITS

335

HOUSEHOLDS

$40,977

MEDIAN INCOME

41.8%

EMPLOYMENT

30.1%

BACHELOR DEGREE

807

HISPANIC OR LATINOS

20%

WITHOUT HEALTH

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