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Founded in 1882, Eden is located at the intersection of US Highways 87 & 83  - the gateway to West Texas from the east and the Texas Hill Country from the west.  Eden is a scenic transition of West Texas ranching, fragrant wildflowers, breath-taking sunsets and some of the best hunting to be found in Texas.  Fishing and boating are within 30 miles and Concho Springs Golf Course, one of Texas’ most well maintained 9-hole golf courses, is located just south of the city.  The Historic City Square boasts a unique shopping experience and includes a state-of-the-art library and a museum highlighting the rich history of Eden and Concho County.


Eden is located on the eastern edge of the Concho Valley, at the crossroads of the two longest north-south U.S. highways in the United States. Highway 83 stretches from Westhope, North Dakota at the Canadian border to Brownsville, Texas at the Veteran's International Bridge on the Mexican border. Highway 87 stretches from Havre, Montana to Port Lavaca, Texas. Both are key components in the NAFTA Transportation Network and provide direct access to Interstates 10 and 20 as well as the Ports-to-Plains Corridor just 45 miles west.

Eden is 40 minutes from San Angelo, 3 hours from Austin, 2.5 hours from San Antonio, and 4.5 hours from Dallas.

For more information, go to the City of Eden's website or contact us.


Visitors and residents of Eden can enjoy a variety of fun activities, including the 9-hole Concho Springs Golf Course, hunting and Lake O.H. Ivie.


The city form of government is a Type A Municipality with a mayor and a five-member council. The county government is a judge-commissioners court with the county seat in Paint Rock.

Texas has no personal or corporate income tax and no state property tax. Concho County's tax rate is 1.0203.


The Eden Consolidated Independent School District provides quality K-12 education to students of Eden. The district boasts small class sizes, excellent STAAR test scores, and a variety of extracurricular activities.

In addition, Angelo State University and Howard College are in nearby San Angelo and offer associate's, bachelor's, and master's degrees.


The Eden Volunteer Fire Department and Eden Emergency Medical Service are staffed by trained volunteers. 

Visit the Healthcare page to learn more about the hospital, nursing home, and Frontera health clinic in Eden.


Our average growing season is 228 days. Average rainfall is 24 inches. The first freeze occurs around November 12th. The last freeze date is around March 29th. Real garden enthusiasts put out their tomatoes in February but protect them in case of dips in temperature. Winter's average maximum temperature is 63 degrees and the minimum is 35.6 degrees. Spring temperatures are 80.2 - 52. Summer's temperatures are 96.1 - 68.3. Fall charts in at 80.2 - 52.9 degrees.


Come for a visit, stay for a lifetime

Since its incorporation in 1911, Eden has exhibited a distinct and proud culture that welcomes individuals in exchange for their active and courteous involvement in making Eden a better place to live, work and play.

Your family will love it here

With so much going on, Eden is a great place to raise a family. From the Fall Festival to the Spring Stampede, check out what local events are happening soon!

Discover Concho County

Amazing museums. Hunting and fishing activities. Beautiful landscapes. Come see why Concho County is the place for you!


120 Paint Rock Road, Eden, Texas 76837

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Photos by Rebecca Bunger and City of Eden

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