Edinburg is a small city in Texas’ southernmost point- Hidalgo County. It’s primarily known as one of the state’s historic border towns and is also the home to the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and the Rio Grande Bible Institute. The two colleges have a combined student base of over 35,000, which contributes to a young, thriving South Texas economy.
Apart from education, Edinburg is also home to several healthcare facilities, a fair amount of retail establishments, and a self-sustaining local service industry.
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Edinburg is primarily a college town, and much of the local economy is centered around campus life and activity. This means that it’s a great place to run a local boutique, service, or entertainment venue geared towards a younger population. Edinburg is also known for its beautiful scenic wetlands close to the Rio Grande River- one of the best bird sanctuaries in the southern United States.
Based on the latest report from the U.S. Census Bureau, there are currently 101,170 occupants in Edinburg. Here are the latest racial demographic results:
- 2.0% Black/African American
- 88.3% White
- 88.6% Hispanic/Latino
- 1.9% Asian
The median income for Edinburgh residents is just over $46,800 annually, and the percentage of the population at or below the poverty line is 25.9%
- Edinburg is the third-largest city in the larger Rio Grande Valley region.
- The town was first named “Chapin” in honor of one of the developers; however, when Dennis Chapin was involved in the death of Oscar J. Rountree, the community changed the name to “Edinburg” to honor John Young, who was born in Edinburgh, Scotland.
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