Nacogdoches is the kind of community where you can grow a business, pursue a meaningful career, and raise a family all at the same time. Escape the high costs of living and operating a business in the big city and experience how life and work intersect just two hours north of Houston on US-59.
Convention & Visitors Bureau contains a museum of historic Nacogdoches
Nacogdoches was one of the first three communities in Texas to be recognized as a Certified Retirement Community.
The Austin Hills Retirement Community is located on the northwest side of the city of Nacogdoches, and the eagerly anticipated Timber Springs Retirement Community development is located on the northeast corner in the city of Nacogdoches.
For more information on retirement lifestyle and opportunities in Nacogdoches, visit the Texas Forest Country website.
|Average High Temperature (July)||93 F|
|Average Low Temperature (January)||37.2 F|
|Average Annual Rainfall (inches)||46.9|
|Average Annual Snowfall (inches)||0.2|
|Average Precipitation Days||97|
|Average Clear Days||215|
|SOURCE: BestPlaces.net, Wadley-Donovan GrowthTech, LLC|
Cost of Living Index 2015
|New York ( Manhattan) NY||227.4|
|San Francisco CA||176.4|
|New York (Brooklyn) NY||173.2|
|Orange County CA||148.6|
|Washington DC- Arlington VA||146.8|
|San Diego CA||144.8|
|Ft. Worth TX||102.8|
|San Angelo TX||98.6|
|El Paso TX||91.3|
|Round Rock TX||91.0|
|Wichita Falls TX||89.8|
|San Antonio TX||87.3|
|San Marcus TX||86.9|
|Idaho Falls ID||83.2|
Nacogdoches is a year-round destination for arts and entertainment, recreation and shopping, as well as numerous special events that bring visitors back again and again. List of Annual Events & Festivals
Lamp Lite Theatre -- community theater, plays
Nacogdoches County Expo Center Live Music Venues