Kyle at a Glance
Kyle is the fifth fastest growing city in the state of Texas and home to Plum Creek, 2006 Master Planned Community of the Year. Historically tied and building our future, Kyle is striving to maintain the small Town Texas charm while positioning itself to be a vital part of the corridor economic development. A gateway to the Hill Country, Kyle is just a few miles away from many natural attractions, shopping and historic landmarks.
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Kyle is located in Hays County, Texas. Kyle is about 20 miles south of downtown Austin and about 60 miles northeast of San Antonio and is part of the 1-35 Corridor.
Kyle gets an average of 35 inches of rain and 224 sunny days each year. The average high temperature in July is 96 degrees and the average low temperature in January is 38 degrees.
427% Growth Rate
2000 - 5,314
2010 - 28,016
2015 - 34,413
2020 - 41,200 (forecasted population)
2014 Average Household Income - $73,906
Average Household Size - 3.1
Median Age - 29.1
Hispanic - 49.5%
White Alone - 41.2%
Black Alone - 5.8%
Useful Contact Information
City of Kyle - 512-268-1010
Kyle Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitor's Center - 512-268-4220
Kyle Parks and Recreation - 512-262-3939
Driver's Licence and Vehicle Information
Hays County Tax Collector Office (Kyle Substation) -
5458 FM 2770
Kyle, Texas 78640
Phone: (512) 268-8024
Driver's Licence Office
1400 N I-35
San Marcos, TX 78666-7235