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Beeville is a city in Bee County, Texas, United States. The population was 12,863 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Bee County and the site of a community college, Coastal Bend College. Many of the stately homes, commercial buildings, and schools in and around Beeville, including the Bee ...   Wikipedia


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  Beeville has quickly evolved into a regional retail hub for surrounding communities and economic activity in our community is booming! Bee County is made up of the City of Beeville as well as the unincorporated communities of Mineral, Pettus and Skidmore. The county is a community of 34,000 people and growing. The median age is 32.The towns of Goliad, Sinton, George West, Three Rivers, Kenedy and Karnes City are all within a 40 mile radius, a population of over 118,000.
  • Sales tax revenues in the county are up 23% over the last ten years
  • Property values have climbed 42% since 1998
  • Building starts are up 45% since 2000.

Beeville was named a Texas Main Street City in 2005 and a National Main Street City in 2006 and 2007. The Bee County Chamber is the heart of all this activity. The Chamber is dedicated to making Bee County the best place to live and work in Texas…and keeping it that way. Member businesses are the invested stakeholders in the community; they shape the course of Bee County’s future. 


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Beeville, the county seat of Bee County, is on Poesta Creek at the intersection of U.S. Highway 181, State Highway 59, and the Southern Pacific Railroad, in central Bee County.
The site of the community was settled by the Burke, Carroll, and Heffernan families in the 1830s. Several of the settlers were killed by Indians during the early years of the settlement. When Bee County was organized in 1858, the county seat was founded at a site on the east bank of Medio Creek seven miles east of the current site of the community. This first county seat was known as Beeville-on-the-Medio. This location proved inconvenient, and in 1859 Ann Burke Carroll, Patrick Carroll, and Patrick Burke donated land for a townsite at the current location of Beeville. The first name for the new community was Maryville, after a member of the Heffernan family who had survived the Indian massacre. Eight months later the county commissioners changed the name to Beeville, and for some time the court's minutes referred to Beeville-on-the-Medio and Beeville-on-the-Poesta. In 1857 G. B. McCollom operated an inn in the new community. George W. McClanahan opened the first store, and a post office was established in 1859. In 1860 the first courthouse was erected and the Beeville Masonic Lodge built a second story for its meetings. The community contributed a company of men to the Confederate Army during the Civil War. In 1878 a second courthouse was built, which burned down in 1911. A third, brick building was erected in 1912 and was subsequently remodeled in 1942 and 1948-50. The first jail was built in 1874; a second was built in 1893 and renovated in 1979. Beeville's growth was spurred by the arrival of two railroads in the 1880s. In 1880 the community was still small, with an estimated 300 inhabitants, two general stores, two hotels, a gin and gristmill, and a blacksmith shop. In 1886 the San Antonio and Aransas Pass Railway built through the community, connecting it with Corpus Christi and San Antonio, and in 1889 this railroad was joined by the Gulf, Western Texas and Pacific, building southwest from Victoria. By 1890 Beeville had an estimated 1,000 inhabitants. William O. McCurdy launched the first newspaper, the Beeville Bee, in 1886, and the Picayune joined it in 1890. The two papers were combined to form the Bee-Picayune in 1928.
Beeville incorporated for the first time in 1890, but the corporation was dissolved the following year. In 1900 the population had grown to 2,311. The town received electricity and municipal water in 1903 and sewerage in 1910. Beeville was incorporated for the second time in 1908, with a mayor-aldermanic government. Residents opted for a commission government in 1912, then changed to a council-manager government in 1951. The town continued to grow during the early decades of the twentieth century. In 1920 the population reached 3,062, and the following year the streets were paved. The discovery of oil and gas in the county in 1929 led to the building of several large office buildings in Beeville; the Union Producing Company had its district offices there from 1930 until the 1970s. Between 1920 and 1930 the population increased by more than 60 percent, reaching 4,806. In spite of the boost given the local economy by the oil industry, Beeville was hard hit by the Great Depression in the 1930s. A WPA office was opened in the community, and government-funded projects improved city streets. The population grew to 6,789 in 1940, the year the Beeville Chamber of Commerce was chartered. During World War II Beeville benefited from the construction of the Naval Auxiliary Air Station at Chase Field, which eventually became the Naval Air Station, Beeville. The base trained naval aviators from 1943 through 1946, then was temporarily deactivated. In response to the demands of the Korean War the field was reopened in 1952 and continued to train pilots until its closing in 1992. Beeville continued to grow, reaching 9,348 inhabitants in 1950 and 13,811 in 1960. Thereafter, the population remained relatively constant—13,506 in 1970, 14,574 in 1980, 13,547 in 1990, and 13,129 in 2000. The first school in Beeville was held in a private home in 1860, and the first school building was built in 1877. The Beeville school district had ten schools in the mid-1980s. The first parochial school was Saint Mary's Academy, built in 1896 and destroyed by fire in 1930. St. Joseph's School was built on the same location, and seven other parochial or private schools existed in 1984. Bee County College opened in 1967. The earliest church services were held in the homes of the Irish Catholic settlers of the area in the 1840s. The first Methodist church was organized in 1861, and the first Baptist church in 1869. The community had thirty-two churches in the mid-1980s. In 1990 the town's economy was focused on county government, oilfield services, and agribusiness. Western Week was held every October in the city coliseum. Beeville had a senior citizen's center and a hospital and was home to Bee County College.

 

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