DATA & REPORTS

COST OF LIVING

DEMOGRAPHICS

QUALITY OF LIFE

Kerrville Population:  23,434
Kerr County Population: 51,465
Population Density: 1,089
Median Age: 47.9
Kerrville is a healthy place to live, work, and play. Located on the banks of the Guadalupe River, Kerrville offers an array of camps and recreational activities as well as a thriving Arts & Culture scene 
  



Kerrville is an affordable place to live.
​Cost of living indices refer to the level of prices relating to a range of everyday items and are based on a US average of 100. Kerrville's average is 90, which is 1% lower than Texas average and 10% lower than the U.S. average.



Health Index

KPUB is the 9th lowest electric provider in Texas

Arts & Culture

Recreation

Cost of Housing in Kerrville is 18% lower than the National Average

The City of Kerrville property tax rate has remained unchanged for the past 9 years.
(.562 per $100 of assessed value)

Population percent change from
​2010 to 2016 - 4.6% increase

Land Area in Square Miles: 20.3
Average Househole Income: $57,354
Percentage of residents that have a Bachelor's degree or higher - 28.1%
Kerrville Top Employers