While Seminole is a fast growing place it still maintains a community feel, a place where new families are welcomed to their neighborhood, a place where the clerk at the corner store calls you by name.
Gaines County continues to be the number one oil-producing county in Texas, the number one cotton-producing county in Texas, and the number one peanut producing county in Texas.
Considering these factors and the large pool of skilled and semi-skilled labor available, along with several good industrial sites, we feel that Seminole is an ideal location to consider if you are planning to expand your business or begin a new one.
The entire community is ready and eager to work with anyone interested in locating in this area.
Our City Government
Seminole Texas is a Home Rule City with a council- manager form of government. There are six members elected by districts and a Mayor who is elected at large.
Mayor- John Belcher
Member Place 1 Michel Powers
Member Place 2 Lloyd Glass
Member Place 3 Rey Saldana
Member Place 4 Whitney Concotelli
Member Place 5 Chet Clark
Member Place 6
City Clerk Debbie Gressett
City Manager Tommy Phillips | (432) 758-3676 | email@example.com
One-Stop-Shop Development Center Director Jeff Rose | (432) 758-3621
Gaines County Golf Course
With the weather in West Texas being just a little unpredictable what better way to guarantee perfect conditions. Come visit the Texas Golf Barn in Seminole, TX at Gaines County Golf Course. Our professional staff want to help you improve your game with no distractions. We have the latest technology to help you see the results first hand.
Community and Recreation Facilities
Churches: 29 (English, Spanish, and German) Civic Clubs: 4 Motels: 3 (94 total rooms) Country Clubs: 1 Libraries: 1 Parks: 4 County Youth Centers: 1 Museums: 1 RV Sites: Free at City Park, 3-day max.; Low cost at Gaines County Parks (two additional commercial RV parks available also).
Other Recreation Facilities in Immediate Area: Civic Center, Health Club, Olympic-size Pool, 18-Hole Golf, Volleyball Courts, Tennis Courts, Basketball Courts, Baseball/Softball Diamonds, Playgrounds, SS Forrest Walking Park, Seminole Fishing Hole (pay by pound) Area Recreation: Hunting, Fishing, Snow Skiing, Swimming, Camping Nearby Lakes: Lake Alan Henry, Lake J.B. Thomas, Colorado City Lake, Lake Spence, Buffalo Lake, Stanford Lake.