San Saba County

San Saba County is located on the Edwards Plateau and is known as the Pecan capital of the world.

Welcome to San Saba County

San Saba County is located on the Edwards Plateau and is known as the Pecan capital of the world. It was named after the San Saba River that runs through it.

Population: 5,991​​​​​​​
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San Saba

Welcome to the Pecan capital of the world. San Saba is located in the heart of the beautiful Texas Hill Country and offers its more than 3,000 residents a suburban-rural lifestyle. Those who call San Saba home describe it as being a safe and beautiful place to live with a close community. Downtown San Saba attracts those looking for a pleasant afternoon of shopping, wining and dining. This small city is also filled with numerous parks and outdoor spaces, perfect for nature lovers and those who like the best of both worlds.

Richland Springs

Richland Springs is a quaint, small town located 15 miles west of San Saba in the Northern part of the Texas Hill Country region. This small town was established in 1854, when Jackson J. Brown became the first resident in the area. Today, Richland Springs has a population of 249 residents and is perfect for those looking for a small ranching and agricultural community. Although limited, the town has everything you may need, including dining, shopping and its very own school district.

Schools around San Saba County, TX

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The following schools are within or nearby San Saba County. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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Name
Category
Grades
School rating
San Saba Elementary
PUBLIC
PreK - 4th
2/5
San Saba High School
PUBLIC
9th - 12th
3/5
PUBLIC
5th - 8th
3/5

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