Welcome to Mexia and the Limestone-Freestone County area. The following are facts we hope will be helpful in
your becoming more acquainted with Mexia and its surrounding area.
The city of Mexia has a population of approximately 7,000 people, with a trade
area of over 15,000. It is centrally located
between Interstates 35 and 45, approximately 40 miles east of Waco, TX. on U.S. Hwy. 84. Also conveniently located 90 miles south of
Dallas, and 60 miles north of Bryan/College Station on TX. Hwy 14.
Mexia Independent School
District is a 3A school with over 2,200 students.
Every campus in the MISD has been academically recognized. Mexia won the 89 State Football
Championship, the 98 Boys State Golf Championship, the 99 State Basketball
Championship, and were 99 State Finalist in One-Act Play.
Navarro College, Mexia Campus
Navarro College, Corsicana
Baylor University, Waco
McLennan Community College, Waco
Texas State Technical College, Waco
Texas A&M University, College
Sam Houston State University,
Hill College, Hillsboro
University of Texas
Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas
Parkview Regional Hospital,
Limestone Medical Center, Groesbeck
Chamber of Commerce
Rotary Club of
Mexia Lions Club
Disabled American Veterans
Senior Citizens Center
Boy Scouts of America
Bluebonnet Girl Scout Council
LOCAL NEWS AND INFORMATION
KYCX Radio 104.9 FM
Mexia Daily News
Local boating and fishing spots are in abundance. These include Lake Mexia, Lake Fort
Parker, Springfield Lake, Lake Limestone, Fairfield Lake, Navarro Mills Reservoir and
Richland Chambers Lake. Many of the lakes have campsites with a variety of rentals
Area parks include Hughes Park,
Fort Parker State Park,
State Historical Park and the Confederate Reunion
Local country clubs are Old Oaks Golf Club, Mexia, and Big Cedar Country Club,
Limestone County Airport is a general aviation airport.
Commercial service is available in Waco.