Open for Business
Sponsored by Polk County, Texas
Wide Open Spaces Ready to Develop
for Business Growth in Polk County, Texas
City of Livingston - America Proud
Rural Ranch Land
Onalaska TX Timber Mill
Bella Vista Condos on Lake Livingsto
Lumber Trucks Seen Regularly
Lake Livingston Fishing
Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas
We may be small town, but we're big in diversity. Timber, oil field services, retail, services, hospitality, and ranching and farming are the lifeblood of Polk County. Retiring business people seek the peace of retirement only to get involved in non-profit and service organizations.
Abundant water and clean air.
Living life, building business, and belonging to a diverse community are high among the reasons why Polk County is great for business. With increasing educational choices, expanding business services, and available land for growth, your business can flourish.
Polk County is Open for Business.
Less than an hour north of downtown Houston Polk County is at the future crossroad of Interstate 69/U.S. 59. and U.S. 190 (the future I-14). The County offers easy access to and from The Port of Houston and both major airports: Hobby International and IAH.
Polk County is well connected.