About Seminole, Texas
Seminole, Texas is a vibrant young growing community located in the northern part of the oil-rich Permian Basin and on the southern edge of the agricultural South Plains of Texas. Our economy primarily consists of oil production, agriculture, and light steel fabrication. Gaines County has ranked among the top two counties in the state in both oil and cotton production and with the announcement of the Wolfcamp Shale discovery, we are poised to capitalize on a growing energy sector.
Complimenting Seminole’s booming business community are neighborhoods which enjoy little to no crime, a city with low unemployment, mild climate, and easy access to the mountains of New Mexico, the sandhills of West Texas, and the rugged wilderness of the Big Bend National Park. Indeed, Seminole is a quality community in which to live, work and play.