Looking to relocate? See what the region has to offer you.
Standing tall as the crown of the Texas Panhandle, Amarillo is ideally located for nationwide interstate commerce. Amarillo has a small town feel steeped in its western heritage but is also home to some of the nation’s biggest leading industrial and manufacturing enterprises. It has a highly diversified economy, boasts some of the southwest’s finest schools, medical facilities and cultural centers, and has the state’s best year-round climate. Find out more on relocating to Amarillo, TX HERE.
Gateway to Palo Duro Canyon State Park, home to the outdoor epic drama TEXAS, West Texas A&M University and the site of the oldest and largest historical museum in the Lone Star State, Canyon has captivated the hearts and imaginations of visitors from around the world. Find out more on relocating to Canyon, TX HERE.
Dalhart grew quickly as a shipping center for the XIT Ranch and other area ranches. Even through the difficulties of the late 1930s when ferocious dust storms were prevalent, the people of the Panhandle did what they could when money was tight and food sparse – they even canned tumbleweeds! Cattle are still king in Dalhart, with several cattle feeding operations making their way to the area in the 1970’s. This helped spur the growth of corn, wheat, milo, alfalfa and other crops to be produced in the area. Find out more on relocating to Dalhart, TX HERE.
Venture just south of the Panhandles into the South Plains of Texas, and discover all that Lubbock has tto offer. Why live in Lubbock? Here are just a few reasons:
- Lubbock has the lowestutility costs in the nation.
- Lubbock was recently named America’s Best City for Professional Women.
- In January 2015, Lubbock was listed as #2 Best City for Employment with College Degree(s)by Business Insider.
- According to Nerd Wallet, Lubbock was ranked as the 18th Best City for Job Seekersin 2015.
- Vocativ names Lubbock the #15 best city in America for people 35 and younger.
- In 2012, the Americas Promise Alliance ranked Lubbock fourth for the Top 10 Best Hispanic Communitiesfor Young People.
- In 2009, Children’s Health ranked Lubbock 35th on the list of the Best 100 Places to Raise Kids.
- Lubbock is home to the state’s first Level One Trauma Centerand the only one in the region. Lubbock has more doctors per capita than Dallas, Phoenix, Denver, or Albuquerque.
Find out more on relocating to Lubbock, TX HERE.
Oil and gas production is the foundation of the area’s economy, supporting international, national, and local businesses. Manufacturing and agriculture are also well-represented. Pampa has a strong retail and service industry base with home-grown merchants up to “big box” retailers. Educational institutions, healthcare facilities, and recreational venues all combine to make Pampa a great place to live and work. Find out more on relocating to Pampa, TX HERE.
Welcome to Shamrock, the Official St. Patrick’s Day Celebration for Texas! This year’s celebration was one for the history books with Shooter Jennings headlining the 72nd annual Big Dance. Shamrock has many great new hotels as well as authentic Route 66 motels, beautiful renovated Route 66 tourist attractions, shopping, restaurants, an event center, and the Texas Theater, one of only a few 3D movie theaters in the Panhandle!
Centrally located on I-40 and Historic Route 66, Shamrock features access to both modern comforts and historic architecture from an era not long forgotten along Route 66 with the U-Drop Inn which features a Tesla Supercharger station. Nearby is the Magnolia Station at the Pioneer West Museum. Come visit Shamrock and Stay & Play- your destination for a bonafide Route 66 Vacation! Find out more on relocating to Shamrock, TX HERE.
From its earliest documented history as a long line of apartment and town home dwellings on the bluffs along the Canadian River in the 1100’s through today’s present rebirth, Canadian has always inspired the imagination of those who visit and the loyalty of those who call it home. Today, citizens look forward to a future that preserves a hometown they love and conserves a natural setting they cherish and share with the birds and wildlife that also call it home. They put as much time and thought into questions of developing water and wind energy plans, development and housing challenges, education and work force training as their ancestors did, determined not to be the last generation in the remote, romantic Canadian River Valley. From its Fall Foliage Festival to the acclaimed Palace Theater built in 1909 and boasting cinematic THX certification developed by George Lucas, Canadian is a gem tucked away in the northeastern Panhandle. Find out more on relocating to Canadian, TX HERE.