The original City Hall, a familiar two-story Spanish colonial building located on I-35 now houses a restaurant… Hooters to be exact! The city has a city hall complex, a police department, a fire department, a public works department and a permits & inspections department at 9375 Corporate Drive. The current city hall, opened in 2003, has an office for the mayor in addition to staff and a larger capacity council chamber and meeting room. In 2009, construction finished on a brand new police department building that will increase police coverage that will sustain future growth.

Selma provides city water with sewer provided by CCMA. CPS provides electricity, Entex provides natural gas, Time Warner provides cable & internet service, AT&T provides telephone service and garbage collection is achieved by Bexar Waste. School-age children may attend the Judson ISD, Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD or Comal ISD, depending on the location of their home. Emergency services for citizens include fire, police and first responders for emergency medical needs. The Schertz Area Facility of Emergency Services (SAFES) provides advanced life support services and transportation. Selma is proud of its low ISO rating and enjoys having one of the lowest tax rates in the area!

Selma is proud to be the chosen site for Retama Park, a beautiful horse-racing facility that opened in 1995. The facility provides racing for both turf and dirt running horses, catering to both quarter horse and thoroughbred racing fans and simulcasting of races from other major race tracks throughout the country. The traveling public can be accommodated by a 300-room Holiday Inn Express or a recently built, 80-room Comfort Inn & Suites. Selma also houses the Forum Shopping Center, a collection of retail and restaurant businesses.

Selma contains a variety of industrial parks along I-35, FM 1518 and Lookout Road. Selma also hosts Olympia Business Park and Madilee Business Park that offer a wide range of professional services. Two major car dealerships, Gillman Honda and Mitsubishi along with Cavender Automotive, also enjoy a business-friendly atmosphere in Selma.

Selma contains a number of residential subdivisions with more to come. Two ongoing developments by Centex Homes, Retama Springs located off of Lookout Road and The Trails at Kensington Ranch located off of FM 1518 are nearing completion. Retama West is beginning construction along with Lookout Hollow Apartments. The Retreat at Retama and the Reserve at Retama are future upscale town home community developments.

Selma will not be without a memory of its past. In 2007, a grant from the Texas Department of Transportation along with money from the city was used to renovate the Stage Coach Stop and construct a visitor’s center, which opened in the summer of 2009. Created, was the city’s third city park and in January 2010, a fourth city park was dedicated to the citizens of Selma.

For more information, contact the City of Selma at: 9375 Corporate Drive Selma, TX 78154 (210) 651-6661


City of Selma:

(210) 651-6661

9375 Corporate Drive
Selma, TX 78154

City Website Selma EDC

POPULATION (2014): 8,483

Change since 2000: +976.5%

Est. Median Household Income (2015)
$76,413 - Texas: $55,653

Est. per Capita Income (2015)
$29,283 - in 2000: $22,492

Est. Median Home Value (2015)
$176,362 - in 2000: $131,900

Median Gross Rent (2015) $1,285

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