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Travis County

Travis county primarily resides within Austin, the capital city of Texas. De Valle, Leander, Manchaca, Manor, Pflugerville, and Spicewood are cities also encompassed in Travis county. The population was estimated to be around 1.2 Million in 2019 and is the fifth most populous county in Texas. Travis County covers 1,023 square miles with only 3% of it being water. It was established in 1840 and was named after a commander at the Battle of the Alamo, William Barret Travis.

Based on the 2017 Census, the median household income in Travis County was $68,350. With the city of Austin being the Capital of Texas, it is no surprise that the largest employers are governments. Other leading employers include software engineering and healthcare.  

Travis county offers a variety of attractions. The University of Texas at Austin is prominent for those seeking a higher education. Multiple museums for individuals that want to enrich their Texas cultural and historical knowledge. Numerous natural parks with bodies of water for hours of exploration and recreation. Shopping and specialty dining are readily available, late night entertainment is also not hard to come by for party goers. 





Travis County 
Austin, Texas  

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