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Pflugerville offers a prospering economic climate with generous business incentives, a skilled workforce, seamless expansion opportunities and an existing state-of-the-art infrastructure along prime US trade routes.

  • Location


    Pflugerville’s central location offers direct access to both East and West Coasts, along with a host of global businesses just minutes away from downtown Austin including Dell, Samsung, National Instruments, Applied Materials, IBM, 3M, Freescale and AMD. 

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  • Area Industries


    The “Silicon Hills”” near Pflugerville are a key player in the global high tech industry and Austin’s recent emergence as a renewable energy hub provides Pflugerville with a wealth of resources and abundant business opportunities. 

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  • Major Employers


    Consider the facts and it’s easy to see why Pflugerville is emerging as a hotbed for major employers and new industries.

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  • Workforce


    The growth of the Austin metropolitan area, along with its close proximity to nearly 30 universities and colleges creates an educated, innovative local workforce. Nearly 40% of Pflugervilles’ residents hold a Bachelor’s degree or higher, and the city impressively produces over 33 patents per 10,000 of population each year.

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  • Transportation


    Pflugerville has immediate access to several major roadways, including Interstate Highway 35 – the main trade corridor for the United States, Canada and Mexico. State Highways 45 and 130 also run through the middle of the city, offering alternate north-south and east-west routes throughout the greater Austin area and beyond.

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  • Planning & Permitting


    Timing is crucial when it comes to new business and industry. That’s why the City of Pflugerville prides itself on an accelerated application and permitting process. Answers arrive quickly and thoroughly, and response times for most projects is two months or less.

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  • Taxes


    Texas has no state, personal or corporate income tax, making the overall tax burden 32% less than the national average.

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  • Incentives


    We offer the right location, plenty of available land, a pro-business administration and a well-run municipal government. Our long-range water supply is the envy of surrounding communities. And our population is just the right size, offering highly desirable demographic rankings, including both an educated workforce and affluent consumers who want to work, live and shop close to home.

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  • Climate


    The climate of Central Texas is characterized by relatively hot summers and mild winters with a historically low risk of natural disasters and abundant sunlight working hours.

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