About the City
On the edge of the Texas Hill Country, the City of Shavano Park is located in the San Antonio Metropolitan Area in northwest Bexar County, approximately 12 miles north of downtown San Antonio. Shavano Park is surrounded by the City of San Antonio to the north, east, south, and west. Generally, the City’s boundaries are Loop 1604 on the north, Huebner Road on the south, Lockhill Selma on the west and Salado Creek on the east. Bexar County is the fourth largest County in the State of Texas and San Antonio is the largest City in the County and second largest City in the State. Geographically, Shavano Park is located in the south central Texas region at the edge of the Gulf Coastal Plains.
City Size and Population
|Shavano Park||1.77 sq. mi||3,035|
|San Antonio||504 sq. mi.||1,320,100|
|BexarCounty||1,257 sq. mi.||1,610,900|
The original Town of Shavano was established around 1881 along the Olmos Creek and served as a stagecoach and rail stop between San Antonio and Boerne. The area now occupied by the City of Shavano Park was part of the Stowers Ranch. In 1947, Wallace Rogers and Sons purchased the land for residential development starting in 1948. The city of Shavano Park was incorporated on June 19, 1956 as a general law city. According to the US Census, the population of Shavano Park was 1,448 in 1980, 1,708 in 1990 and 1,754 in 2000. The current population of Shavano Park is estimated to be 3,200.
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