The Oldest Town in Texas

Nacogdoches began its quest for quality education in 1845 when the Republic of Texas charted in the first university in the state.  The old Nacogdoches University Building is still located on the campus of Thomas J. Rusk Elementary and is open to the public as a Nationally registered historic site.

Garden Capital of Texas

Nacogdoches boasts as being one of the most beautiful areas in all of 
Texas. It's tall pines, pristine landscapes and numerous gorgeous lakes make Nacogdoches a great place to work and live. Our city combines the combination of a small town friendliness and the educational and cultural advantages of a college community. It offers the beauty and history of east Texas and the growth and prosperity of a large city.

Nacogdoches has over 500 retail businesses and over 100 restaurants. Everything from the basic necessities to after-hours entertainment is available. Housing availability in Nacogdoches is excellent. Over 4,000 apartments and a large source of affordable houses 
makes choosing a place to live easy.

Clubs and Organizations
Nacogdoches Community Links
Nacogdoches ISD Volunteer and Mentor Program

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