Area Information

Since 1871, Mexia, Texas has been the center of an area offering unlimited recreation, business, and family opportunities.

Community Profile

Population: 6,533
Government: Home Rule
Electric Power: 92,000KVA Capacity
Natural Gas: 1050 BTU per cubic foot
Telephone: Digital, 911, Fiber Optic
Water: Lake and 6 deep wells. 3,600,000 Maximum Capacity
Sewer System: 850,000 gallons maximum capacity, under construction
Air Service: 450 foot. Asphalt runway, lighted
Rail: Southern Pacific
Local Media: Newspaper, Cable Television, Radio Station, High Speed Internet Access
Annual Average Temperature: 67
Monthly Average High: 96
Monthely Average Low: 35
Annual Average Precipitation: 30.95″
Elevation: 508′
Health Care

Parkview Regional Hospital

Parkview Regional Hospital offers a full range of inpatient and outpatient servies including a Trauma Level IV Designated Emergency Room, state-of-the-art labor and delivery suites, ICU/CCU, laboratory services, Physical and Respiratory Therapy, Sleep Lab and a full range of Radiology services uncluding CT, MRI, Ultrasound, Mammography, Nuclear Medicine and Echocardiography. The surgery department offers inpatient, outpaitent and day surgery utilizing three surgery suites, a 6 bed recovery area and cytoscopy/endoscopy room. Medical staff specialties include Family Practice, Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Urology, ENT, OB-GYN, and Podiatry.

Other Health Care Services

Orthodontists – 1
Dentists – 2
Optomotrist – 2
Nursing Homes – 3
Chiropractors – 2
Hospice Services
School Information

Mexia Independent School District

Phone: 254-562-4000
Enrollment: 2,200+ students
District: 3A
Budget: $11,000,000
Student to Teacher Ratio: 22:1
Mexia High School: 9 – 12

Mexia Junior High School: 6 – 8

Sims Intermediate: 4 – 5

McBay Elementary: Pre-K – Kindergarten

Mexia Schools Museum

Mexia ISD Administration Building: 254-562-5507
History of all Mexia schools. Photos, Displays, Trophies, etc.: 254-562-3848
Navarro College

Navarro College South

A wide selection of academic classes, vocational/technical, continuing education and adult basic education courses. Designed to meet the educationa needs of Limestone, Freestone , and Leon Counties. Educational quality is empasized. Four-year degree programs available. A branch of Navarro College in Corsicana.