We are proud of Andrews, Texas and its unique history, as well as the giant strides in progress the community has taken since it’s founding in 1908. The pioneers of Andrews brought with them an enterprising spirit that remains to this day.
Andrews is known for its oil, ranching, and over 13,000 friendly, active people, plus the quality of life encompasses an excellent education district and first-class health care facilities. Superb law enforcement, fire protection, and ambulance services also add to the quality amenities in our way of life. Andrews offers the advantages that come with residing in a smaller city – a low cost of living, a very low crime rate, fresh, clean air, and plenty of good neighbors.
Located at the geographic center of the Permian Basin, a vast reserve of oil and gas, Andrews has taken advantage of its wealth of natural resources to reinvest in its infrastructure and education with vision and fiscal responsibility. The City of Andrews and Andrews County are 100% debt-free, a rare accomplishment in today’s economy.
We believe it would be hard to match our community in education, health care, quality of life, and activities for both young and old. Nowhere is it more evident than the exceptional city of Andrews, which offers a blend of Western living, small-town America, and all the amenities of a modern day lifestyle.
Ask any resident of Andrews why they have chosen to live here, and the answers will be as varied as the people who make it their home. Some are here because this is where they have chosen to raise and educate their families. Others love the open plains and beautiful, breathtaking sunsets. Many enjoy the simple, but excellent quality of life, coupled with the lower cost of living. And still some will say the medical facilities here are second to none. Indeed, Andrews is a quality community.
If you’re looking for a place to raise a family or relocate a business, you’ll find a “quality” environment and community that is warm and welcoming. We invite you to see for yourself why we say, ”it’s a great place to visit, an even better place to live!”