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- Yellow data center zones depict areas within LCRA electric power customer boundaries that have available transmission system capacity within a 4-mile-diameter range.
- Green zones depict areas that meet yellow zone criteria, and have fiber availability and are within a reasonable distance to one or more major highways or interstates.
- Orange zones depict areas within LCRA electric power customer boundaries that have fiber availability within a 4-mile-diameter range.
Additional locations could be served via fiber. Find out more about LCRA Telecommunications services.
250,000 undergraduate students in Central Texas are preparing to put the skills they’ve developed into use.
A regional economy with strong, steady and consistent growth, and a high employment growth rate.
Legendary music, outdoor spaces, culture and cuisine mean plenty of fun when the weekend comes.
It’s no secret that Central Texas has a lot to offer.
As one of the fastest growing regions in the United States, this area provides opportunities as expansive and diverse as its landscapes. Educational, professional and entertainment offerings abound, and a talented workforce has taken notice, settling in to make this area home.
LCRA is here to help keep this unique region energized, just as we have been doing for more than eight decades. We partner with cities and cooperatives to bring the benefits of public power to more than 30 city utilities and electric cooperatives in Central Texas.
Economic Development Discount
Businesses moving to or expanding in this area may be eligible for LCRA’s Economic Development Discount on power. Contact us to learn more.
Economic Development Contact
Karen Dickson, CEcD
Economic Development Manager
For other questions regarding LCRA, please use our Contact LCRA form.