Since its incorporation in 1911, Eden has exhibited a distinct and proud culture that welcomes individuals in exchange for their active and courteous involvement in making Eden a better place to live. Come for a visit - stay for a lifetime!
Intregal Part of the Texas Trade Corridor - Eden is located at the crossroads of the two longest north-south U.S. highways in the United States. Highway 83 stretches from Westhope, North Dakota at the Canadian border to Brownsville, Texas as the Veteran's International Bridge on the Mexican border. Highway 87 stretches from Havre, Montana to Port Lavaca, Texas. Both are key components in the NAFTA Transportation Network and provide direct access to Interstates 10 and 20 as well as the Ports-to-Plains Corridor just 45 miles west.
Building Partnerships - The Eden Economic Development Corporation in partnership with the Eden City Council offers confidential, high-energy assistance to growing and relocating businesses. In addition to its 45-acre industrial park, Eden offers grants, loans, tax abatements, small business development services, and global marketing to qualified business ventures with a focus of ensuring long-term economic success to both businesses and the community.
For more information on how we can help your business prosper, contact:
Economic Development Director
P. O. Box 915
120 Paint Rock Street
Eden, TX 76837
(325) 869-5075 FAX