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Letter From the Mayors

Letter From the Mayors

Welcome to Brown County!

We are glad you have decided to move to this vibrant, forward-thinking community. We are striving to improve the quality of life for all our residents and laying a foundation for a bright, positive future.

With a population of approximately 40,000, Brown County is located at the northern edge of the Texas Hill Country, near the geographic center of the state. Brownwood, the county seat, was incorporated in 1884 and Early was incorporated in 1951. Other towns in the county include Bangs, Blanket, Brookesmith, May and Zephyr, each boasting a unique history and strong community pride.

For more than 100 years, Brown County has been a progressive regional hub for business and commerce. Through international companies like 3M, Kohler, Superior Essex and many others, Brown County has a global impact, manufacturing goods and products used in our state, our country and around the world. Business prospects will find a well-trained workforce and a spirit of cooperation that comes from a history of “making things happen.”

City of Early

Brown County is an excellent place to raise a family with numerous public parks, a variety of educational choices from Pre-K through Post-Secondary and Adult Education. Whether you choose to reside in a quiet, tree-lined neighborhood or a rural, country setting, you will enjoy a short commute to work, school or church.

Residents enjoy a variety of dining choices, shopping centers, sports facilities, annual festivals as well as indoor and outdoor recreational activities. Other area amenities include the recreation and water supplied by Lake Brownwood, excellent medical services, well-trained police and fire departments, an outstanding regional airport and a rich, varied art community.

We, the mayors of Early and Brownwood, assure you that our city leaders are committed to maintaining the highest possible quality of life for our citizens now and for future generations.

Stephen E. Haynes
Mayor, City of Brownwood

Robert G. (Bob) Mangrum
Mayor, City of Early

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