City of Victoria, Texas Info

Everything about the City of Victoria, Texas. “Current News Events”, City Services & Departments”, “City Government”, “Victoria Living” & much more.
Brief synopsis of Victoria, Texas  (source - Wikipedia) Victoria is a city in and the seat of Victoria County, Texas, United States. The population was 60,603 at the 2000 census. The three counties of the Victoria Metropolitan Statistical Area had a population of 111,163 at the 2000 census,[3] Victoria is located thirty miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico. The city is a regional hub for a seven-county area known as the "Golden Crescent" and serves a retail trade area of over 250,000 people. Victoria is known as "The Crossroads" because of its location within a two-hour drive of Corpus Christi, Houston, San Antonio and Austin. Victoria is named for General Guadalupe Victoria, who became the first president of independent Mexico.[4] The city is home to the University of Houston–Victoria and Victoria College. Victoria is the cathedral city of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Victoria in Texas.
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City of Victoria, Texas Info

Everything about the City of Victoria, Texas. “Current News Events”, City Services & Departments”, “City Government”, “Victoria Living” & much more.
Brief synopsis of Victoria, Texas  (source - Wikipedia) Victoria is a city in and the seat of Victoria County, Texas, United States. The population was 60,603 at the 2000 census. The three counties of the Victoria Metropolitan Statistical Area had a population of 111,163 at the 2000 census,[3] Victoria is located thirty miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico. The city is a regional hub for a seven-county area known as the "Golden Crescent" and serves a retail trade area of over 250,000 people. Victoria is known as "The Crossroads" because of its location within a two-hour drive of Corpus Christi, Houston, San Antonio and Austin. Victoria is named for General Guadalupe Victoria, who became the first president of independent Mexico.[4] The city is home to the University of Houston–Victoria and Victoria College. Victoria is the cathedral city of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Victoria in Texas.
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