Real Growth. True Impact.

The most visited city in Texas thrives thanks to a continually evolving community that welcomes innovation. See why San Antonio is among the best-performing cities in the country.

San Antonio's Economic Development (2023) by Visit San AntonioVisit San Antonio

San Antonio's Bright Future

One of the fastest growing cities in the U.S., San Antonio's economic development is on the rise. Our history is legendary and our future has never been brighter. Come see for yourself!

Advanced Manufacturing (2022) by greater:SATXVisit San Antonio


San Antonio has a large and diverse manufacturing industry, with a representation of every major sector of U.S. manufacturing present in the community, including materials and electricity, equipment and metal, transportation, and diversified products.
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Information Technology (IT) Cybersecurity

San Antonio also has one of the highest concentrations of cybersecurity and intelligence professionals outside Washington, D.C., thanks to the city’s association with the military and scientific research and is home to collaborative organizations like Geekdom, CodeUp, and more.


San Antonio's aerospace industry includes businesses that manufacture aircraft equipment and parts, service and repair aircrafts, produce and distribute transportation equipment and supplies, provide scheduled and unscheduled air transportation, and operate flight schools.

The Alamo Expansion

As the most-visited site in Texas, the Alamo and its surrounding area are crucial to the city's revered history. For this reason, the Alamo is undergoing a vital transformation to preserve the historic site and enhance the overall experience with completion expected in 2026.

The Great Outdoors Keep Getting Greater

San Antonio's outdoor adventures have much to be proud of. We're home to the largest-of-its-kind Robert L.B. Tobin Land Bridge, a $20 million expansion at the San Antonio Botanical Garden, the largest show cave in Texas at Natural Bridge Caverns, and more is still to come.

Best Quality Daughter (2021) by Ben YantoVisit San Antonio

Onward We Go

A devastating pandemic cannot stop the Alamo City. Though it has been a challenging time for local restaurants, San Antonio has seen over new 70 restaurants open since the start of the pandemic.

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