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Abilene, Texas

City Hall

Abilene City Hall is located at 555 Walnut Street in Abilene. The building has three floors containing the offices for various divisions. Visitors can find the Employment Office, Risk Management, and the Development Services Center on the first floor. City Council Chamber, Administration, Office of Neighborhood Services, and the Cashiers are on the second floor.

Municipal Court (where tickets are paid) may only be entered through exterior doors located on the northeast corner of the building, which is the side opposite Walnut street. (Water Billing is not in City Hall anymore, and is now at 534 Cypress street.) City Hall is open to the public Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Mission

We work together to build a community of the highest quality for present and future generations. Our core values include Team Spirit, Responsiveness, Continuous Improvement, Integrity, and Individual Worth.

City of Abilene Organization

City Charter Facts

The people of Abilene are dedicated to the principle of local self-government, under law, as interpreted by the light of reason, and have established a municipal government capable of efficiently translating the wishes of the voters into effective administration as promptly and economically as possible. The first Abilene Charter went into effect in 1911.

Abilene is a home rule city. It has all powers granted to home rule cities by the constitution and laws of Texas. The municipal government provided by the City Charter is known as "Council-Manager Government." All powers of the City are vested in an elected City Council, which enacts legislation, adopts budgets, and determines policies.

The City Council consists of six Council members and a Mayor, all of whom are elected at large. Each Council member serves for a term of three years. Terms for the City Council are on a three year staggered basis such that two Council members are elected each year. The Mayor and each Council member receive a salary of one dollar per year for each year he or she serves as Mayor or Council member.

The Mayor appoints the City Manager, the City Secretary, the City Attorney, and the Judge of Municipal Court with the approval of the Council.

The City Manager is the chief administrative officer of the City who executes the laws and administers the government of the City. The City's fiscal year begins on October 1 each year, and ends on the following September 30.

Organization

The City of Abilene is organized into eleven departments: Administrative Services, Aviation, Community Services, Economic Development, Finance, Fire, General Government, Planning and Development Services, Police, Public Works, and Water. Each department has one or more subordinate divisions.



 

About Abilene


Welcome! No matter where you're coming from, you'll find a little bit of everything in Abilene, and much of it with a special West Texas twist.

The City of Abilene, Texas, is located approximately 180 miles due west of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. We’re situated in west central Texas near the geographic center of the state, Situated adjacent to Interstate 20, Abilene is the center of a 22-county area commonly referred to as the Texas Midwest or the Big Country. Abilene serves as the county seat for Taylor County, one of 254 counties in Texas. Taylor County has a current population of about 120,000, 115,930 of which live within the Abilene city limits.

View the Abilene Demographic Profile

Described as "the Future Great City of West Texas," Abilene was established in March 1881 upon the completion of the Texas & Pacific Railroad. Click here to read more about Abilene's colorful history.

Abilene 's civic progressiveness and its logistic function as a regional center for distribution, commerce, industry, transportation, and education provide an assortment of lodging, dining, cultural, and shopping opportunities typically found only in much larger cities.

Carrying On Our Western Heritage

With a history of cattle, railroads and oil, the City of Abilene retains a strong western legacy with a distinctive family atmosphere. Abilene‘s pride in this is showcased each May at the Western Heritage Classic, a three-day weekend event focusing on the western lifestyle and values of the working ranch. The highlight of the weekend, the Ranch Rodeo, features 11 historic ranches. Other events include a Downtown parade, the Ranch Horse Association of America (RHAA) Working Ranch Horse National Finals, the "World’s Largest Bit & Spur Show," a chuck wagon cook-off, cowboy poetry and music, matched horse races, a western art show, children’s events and other entertainment. For more information, phone 325-677-4376 or go online to www.westernheritageclassic.com.

Abilene continues its cowboy heritage by hosting numerous cutting horse and other western equestrian events held at the Taylor County Expo Center.

The West Texas Fair and Rodeo is held for ten days each September and features food, rides, exhibits and amusements celebrating West Texas. The remains of Fort Phantom Hill can be seen ten miles north of Abilene. The fort burned shortly after abandonment in 1854. The stone commissary, a guardhouse, a powder magazine, and numerous chimneys and foundations remain.

Historic Downtown Abilene

The downtown area is undergoing a renaissance with the steady growth of cultural, shopping, and dining attractions centered around historic Cypress Street, stretching from the Abilene Civic Center to the restored T&P Railroad Depot and the new Frontier Texas! venue, which houses a Visitor Information Center. Trolley buses provide free transportation to the downtown. Click here to take a virtual walking tour of downtown.

The Paramount Theater on Cypress Street is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. This fully restored art deco movie theater features a ceiling with slow drifting clouds and twinkling stars on a blue sky, numerous archways, and a bell tower with twin domed turrets. The theater shows classic films on weekends and hosts art films, plays, and concerts throughout the year.

Two blocks down the street from the Paramount, and also on the National Register of Historic Places, is the Grace Cultural Center, a beautifully restored 1909 hotel. the Grace houses a history Museum, an art Museum and an interactive children’s Museum, as well as a permanent collection. Throughout the year, The Grace hosts special exhibits, classes, seminars, weddings and other special events.

The National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature (NCCIL) is housed in the restored Rhodes Auto Building at North 1st and Cedar Streets. The only one of its kind in the nation, the center features art exhibits from children's books. The NCCIL promotes educational programming by conducting docent-led school tours of featured exhibits.

In the area of the performing arts, Abilene has the variety you'd expect to see only in larger cities, including an opera company, a philharmonic orchestra, two community theater troupes, three university theaters, professional touring shows, and several dance studios.

For recreational pursuits, the city also offers 26 spacious parks. The largest is Nelson Park, located across from the West Texas Fair Grounds. The park features a lake, playgrounds, a duck pond, a festival garden (make reservations through Community Services – 325-676-6218), and is home to the Abilene Zoo.

Discover the wonderful world of wildlife at the Abilene Zoo! Home to over 600 animals from around the globe, a visit to the Abilene Zoo is filled with fun and excitement for the entire family. Check out the King Cobra and the Creepy Crawler Center, come eye to eye with giraffes on the giraffe bridge and stroll through Elm Creek Backyard, home to dozens of Texas Species.

Hop aboard the Safari Express zoo train, treat yourself to a hot dog and a beverage at the Watering Hole and select a souvenir of your visit at the zoo store. Become a member and enjoy a year of free zoo admission. Take part in one of our many educational classes or programs. There's always something new to see and do at the Abilene Zoo!

 

Discover the wonderful world of wildlife at the Abilene Zoo! Home to over 600 animals from around the globe, a visit to the Abilene Zoo is filled with fun and excitement for the entire family. Check out the King Cobra at the Creepy Crawler Center, come eye to eye with giraffes on the giraffe bridge, and stroll through Elm Creek Backyard, home to dozens of Texas species.

 

You can treat yourself to a hot dog and a beverage at the Watering Hole and select a souvenir of your visit at the zoo store. Become a member and enjoy a year of free zoo admission. Take part in one of our many educational classes or programs. There’s always something new to see and do at the Abilene Zoo!



Abilene also boasts four public golf courses, six softball fields, and a very active tennis community. The city also offers two disc golf courses at Cal Young and Will Hair Parks and the first municipally-owned concrete skate park.

Two city-owned lakes also offer public parks with recreational facilities. Lake Fort Phantom Hill features:
Johnson Park, located at the northwest end of the lake adjacent to the dam, has restrooms and picnic tables with grills. The park is close to the Texas Parks and Wildlife boat ramp and dock, with a half-mile of shoreline.
Seabee Park, located at the very southwest end of the lake, offers a model airplane field with a concrete runway, restrooms and a small boat ramp.
(Bait stores a located at FM600 and Ambler, and on FM 600 at FM 1082).
Lake Kirby features eight lighted ball fields, a large picnic shelter, restroom facility, a floating fishing dock and a boat ramp.

The City prides itself on the good relationship it maintains with Dyess Air Force Base and its more than 4,000 civilian and military personnel. Dyess is home to the Air Combat Command B-1 Lancer and the Air Mobility Command C-130 Hercules. The base is open for prearranged tours and has a Linear Air Park exhibit featuring 30 aircraft from World War II to the modern era.

Transportation

The City maintains a full-service regional airport with commuter flights to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport available from American Eagle Airlines. Facilities to support charter flights are also available.

Abilene has been recognized as having one of the best small transit systems in the country. CityLink offers service on 12 fixed routes throughout the city, including the popular downtown trolley. Paratransit, curb-to-curb service for the disabled, and extended hours service are also available.

Higher Education

The city is home to three church-related institutions of higher learning: Abilene Christian University (Church of Christ); Hardin-Simmons University (Baptist) and McMurry University (Methodist). US News and World Report has recognized all three as top private liberal arts colleges. The city's 10,000 + student population is supplemented by Texas State Technical College and the Abilene Education Center of Cisco Junior College. Texas Tech University opened the Center for Excellence in Engineering Graduate Studies and Research in Downtown Abilene in August 2002.

Climate

Average annual temperature is 64.5 degrees, with a hottest month average of 83.9 degrees and coldest month average of 43.7 degrees

Average annual rainfall is 23.59 inches, and average wind speed is 12.1 miles per hour. Average daytime relative humidity is 50 percent, and average elevation is 1,790 feet above sea level.
 

Abilene, Texas City Government


 

 


Abilene, Texas Schools

 

CAMPUSES
Abilene ISD has two traditional high schools, a STEM academy high school, an alternative high school for at-risk students and a medical magnet program. AISD has four middle schools, 15 elementary schools, and one alternative placement campus.

ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE
All 22 of Abilene ISD’s traditional campuses received the state’s highest academic ranking in 2013. In addition, campuses earned 24 Distinctive Designations for Math, Reading, and Top 25% Student Progress categories. A total of four AISD students were named 2014 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists, the most in the Big Country.

ETHNIC COMPOSITION
Abilene ISD’s ethnic composition is 42% Hispanic, 40% Anglo, 12% African American, 3% two or more races, 2% Asian/Pacific Islander, 1% Native American. Approximately 68% of students in Abilene ISD are economically disadvantaged.

DISTRICT SIZE
Abilene ISD covers approximately 106 square miles in Taylor and Jones Counties.

STUDENT ENROLLMENT
Approximately 17,000 students are enrolled in Abilene ISD.

FINANCES
The operating budget for 2013-14 is $123,624,205.

TAX RATE
The total tax rate supporting the 2013-14 budget is $1.1501 per $100 assessed value. The total tax rate includes the Maintenance and Operations rate of $1.04 and Debt Service of $0.1101. The Debt Service tax rate is among the lowest in the state of districts of comparable size. 

EMPLOYEES
Abilene ISD employs nearly 2,500 public servants dedicated to the district's educational mission, over 80% of whom work directly with students on a daily basis. 

TEACHER SALARIES
New teachers earn $39,000, those with 10 years $43,500, 20 years $50,000, etc.; at least $1,000 more for Masters. Benefits include generous insurance contributions.

GOALS
AISD will demonstrate continuous improvement in academic achievement and eliminate
   achievement   gaps.

AISD will prepare all students for success in college and workforce readiness.

AISD will provide facilities that are designed to meet today's standards and programs in a
safe environment that is conducive to learning.

AISD will secure and retain an effective staff that is reflective of and responsive to the
   district’s student body.

 

 
Our Mission

The mission of the Abilene Independent School District is to provide exceptional educational opportunities in an environment that will produce graduates with the skills necessary to become productive, responsible citizens. 

 
Special Programs

9th Grade Academy
Academy of Technology, Engineering,
  Math & Science (ATEMS)
Adult Education
Advanced Placement Incentive Program
Advanced Placement &
  Pre-Advanced Placement Classes
Air Force JROTC
AVID
Band, Choir, Orchestra 6th-12th Grades
Bilingual/ESL
16 Career and Technology Programs
Early College
Early Head Start
Educational Television
Extended School Program
Gifted & Talented Education
Free After-School Tutorials
Head Start/Pre-Kindergarten
Holland Medical High School
Hot Lunches & Breakfasts
Homework Hotline
Journalism & Debate
Learning Resource Specialists
PALS
Parenting Education Program
Partners In Education
  Adopt-A-School Program
  Volunteers In Public School Program
  (VIPS)
PSAT Summer Camps
Read 180 Labs
Reasoning Mind Labs
Regional School For the Deaf
Special Education Programs
Travis Opportunity Center
UIL Academic Activities
UIL Athletics
Woodson Center for Excellence 

 
Administration
Dr. Heath Burns, Superintendent 
Dr. Audra Ude, Associate Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction, Mark Neal,  Associate Superintendent for Legal & Human Resources 
Scott McLean, Associate Superintendent for Operations

School Board Members
Stan Lambert, President, Dr. Danny Wheat, Vice President, Laura Dyer, Secretary
Robert T. Laird, Assistant Secretary, Dr. Barry Hoefer, Member, Randy Piersall, Member, Dr. Kelvin Kelley, Member


Wylie Independent School District 

Welcome to Wylie Independent School District! I hope you will explore our Web site to learn more about our district, including our goals and achievements. This site is designed to be a resource for the entire community as we raise the bar and provide the instruction and the support every student needs for academic success. On our Parents' page, you’ll find links to bus schedules, lunch menus, health requirements, enrollment/application procedures, and other resources that help parents stay fully engaged throughout their child’s education. You may also want to visit the Web pages of individual schools. The Students' page offers online homework help, links to other Web sites that let students practice their skills, and even educational games. The Students' page also provides information on sports, clubs, and other school activities. Wylie I.S.D. is a community that passionately cares about education. Working together, we can ensure all students are able to grow academically in a learning environment that ultimately prepares them to succeed in a global, knowledge-based economy. Sincerely, Joey Light Superintendent

 

Abilene, Texas Universities
 

ACU Profile

Abilene Christian University is the premier university for the education of Christ-centered, global leaders, offering an exceptional education to about 4,600 students annually from nearly every state and 43 nations. This private, comprehensive university, founded in 1906 in Abilene, Texas, offers 71 baccalaureate majors in more than 125 areas of undergraduate study in addition to its graduate programs. Abilene is a friendly city of 117,000 people, located about 150 miles west of the Dallas/Fort Worth area. As an educational center for a large region, Abilene provides cultural, entertainment and support programs and services normally associated with cities twice its size.

Our Mission

Our mission is to educate students for Christian service and leadership throughout the world.  

Our Promise

ACU is a vibrant, innovative, Christ-centered community that engages students in authentic spiritual and intellectual growth, equipping them to make a real difference in the world.

Our 21st-Century Vision

By 2020, ACU will become the premier university for the education of Christ-centered, global leaders.

Our Religious Heritage

Established by members of the Churches of Christ, ACU maintains a strong relationship with these independently governed congregations around the world. Since its founding, the university has welcomed all students of character and ability who value the university’s strong Christian environment and exceptional learning environment.  Required daily chapel and required Bible courses contribute to the open acknowledgment of Christian faith as an important aspect of the lives of most ACU students.  All faculty, staff, administrators and members of the Board of Trustees are Christians.

Quick Facts

  • Selective, private, master's-level university founded in 1906 in Abilene, Texas
  • Graduates accepted into medical schools at a rate more than twice the national average
  • Graduates accepted into law schools at a rate of more than 90 percent
  • One of only six church-affiliated universities that have a journalism program accredited by ACEJMC   
  • Undergraduates included in significant faculty research projects
  • All full-time undergraduate students are provided an iPhone or iPod touch as part of ACU's award-winning mobile-learning initiative
  • Majority of students actively volunteer in the community
  • All-Christian faculty personally interested in students' studies and lives
  • Students may choose from 71 baccalaureate majors that include more than 125 areas of study, 25 master's degree programs and one doctoral program
  • Career network of 86,000 ACU alumni in every state and 109 countries
  • Annual enrollment of about 4,700 students from across the U.S. and about 40 nations
  • 64 national athletics team championships
  • Beautiful, 250-acre, modern campus 180 miles west of Dallas/Fort Worth area

Our Students and Faculty

About 4,600 students, including 800 graduate students, come to ACU from nearly every state and 43 nations.  We have a diverse and global environment, which we believe enriches student learning. Our students are served by more than 245 full-time faculty members who focus on high-quality teaching, scholarship and service. More than 97 percent of tenure-track faculty hold terminal degrees. The student/faculty ratio is 15:1. The faculty and administrators are actively involved as leaders and presenters in many national professional associations, and ACU is an active member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities.

The university includes the colleges of Arts and Sciences, Biblical Studies, Business Administration, Education and Human Services; the Graduate School; the Graduate School of Theology; the School of Information Technology and Computing; the School of Social Work; and a School of Nursing. High-tech classrooms, computer labs in the residence halls, full wireless Internet across campus, and ACU’s innovative mobile-learning initiative guarantee our students are prepared for the fast-paced technological world of today.

The university offers generous merit scholarships to incoming students with exceptional academic records and demonstrated leadership skills, and ACU attracts some of the nation's brightest students who want to study in a Christian environment. Students have found that the small classes taught by talented, caring faculty members provide them an advantage when they search for jobs after graduation or apply to graduate schools. Because ACU's professors know their students so well and often serve as mentors, they are able to provide excellent references to medical schools, law schools, graduate programs and future employers.

Exceptional Academics

At ACU, students experience some rare opportunities to prepare for their future careers. In the physics program, undergraduate students regularly participate with faculty members at national nuclear physics laboratories and make national and international presentations. Most universities only allow graduate students to participate in this high-level work. In the journalism program, students produce a twice-weekly newspaper that has received All-American honors every year since 1975.

Communication majors regularly win national debate competitions against large, prestigious universities. English students win highly competitive writing competitions. Business majors travel to Colorado for a unique leadership institute. The College of Business Administration is accredited by the prestigious Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

The university includes the colleges of Arts and Sciences, Biblical Studies, Business Administration, Education and Human Services, the Graduate School, the Graduate School of Theology, the School of Information Technology and Computing, the School of Social Work, and the Patty Hanks Shelton School of Nursing.  High-tech classrooms, computer labs in the residence halls, fast Internet connections, email access as an incoming student and much more guarantee our students are prepared for the fast-paced technological world of today.

Abilene Christian University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate, baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Ga. 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of ACU. 

Academic Resources

Margaret and Herman Brown Library is at the heart of ACU's academic program. It includes the innovative Learning Commons, the Adams Center for Teaching and Learning, the Writing Center, the Speaking Center, and the AT&T Learning Studio. The university's Learning Studio and Learning Commons provide innovative spaces for students to collaborate and acquire skills to use the latest technology. ACU's award-winning mobile-earning initiative helps ensure cutting-edge technology is an integral part of each student's education.

Brown Library holds more than 1.5 million volumes and 1 million microforms held by ACU and other members of the Abilene Library Consortium. Students also can access more than 20,000 journals.

ACU is a depository library for U.S. Government Documents. The library's Special Collections department includes rare books and Bibles, manuscripts, and archival materials. The Center for Restoration Studies, headquartered in the library, is a magnet for church history scholars.

Distinctive Academic Environment

ACU places great value on the dynamic relationship that should exist between professors and their students. U.S. News & World Report honors ACU for "an unusual commitment to undergraduate teaching" and ranks it as the No. 1 “Up and Coming” university in the West Region.

Many institutions rely extensively on graduate assistants. Not ACU. All our courses are taught by qualified faculty members. And when professors work on research projects, you can usually find undergraduates by their side, a rarity elsewhere.

How do we know this philosophy works? Because each year, some of the nation's top businesses come to our campus to interview because they know ACU students have the education and preparation needed to succeed.

Outstanding faculty. Great facilities. Good jobs and graduate school. They're all the result of ACU's uncommon commitment to teaching and learning. ACU prepares its graduates for Christian service and leadership throughout the world.

Student Life

As a residential campus, ACU is alive with activities from concerts and comedians to weeknight devotionals and poetry readings. Many students participate in intramural sports, men's and women's social clubs, Spring Break mission campaigns, and the annual Sing Song performance event.  Almost 100 campus organizations give students many venues for involvement and leadership. ACU also provides opportunities to study abroad in several different countries. The university is located in Abilene, Texas, an All-America City of 117,000 people with a variety of social, religious, athletic and cultural activities. Abilene is a safe, fun place to live – all the amenities without the hassles of a mega-city.

Health, Wellness and Recreation

The $21 million Royce and Pam Money Student Recreation and Wellness Center is a focal point on campus. Designed to encourage wellness of the whole individual - body, mind and spirit - it includes the ACU Medical and Counseling Center and is the home of a dynamic intramural program with championship and recreational leagues for students of all interests and abilities

Athletics

As a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA Division II) and the Lone Star Conference, ACU competes in football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, men’s golf, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s track and field, women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s tennis, women's soccer and women’s softball. During the past decade, ACU has consistently been ranked by the Learfield Director's Cup competition as having one of the best NCAA Division II athletics programs in the nation.

Successful Alumni

Graduates of ACU have become best-selling Christian authors, ministers, members of Congress, state judges, big-city mayors, researchers, Hollywood movie producers, teachers and superintendents, top Nashville musicians and music producers, distinguished university professors, business owners, nationally renowned physicians, Pulitzer Prize winners, and winners of Emmy, Telly, Dove, Grammy, Inventor of the Year and Teacher of the Year awards.  We believe our 86,000 alumni make a real difference in the world in positive ways every day.


Hardin-Simmons University Abilene, Texas

Founded in 1891 by a dedicated group of ministers, ranchers, and merchants, Hardin-Simmons University continues its commitment to developing the minds and nurturing the spiritual lives of its students. HSU, a private university located in Abilene, Texas, has been affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas since 1941. HSU provides an academically challenging undergraduate education based on a liberal arts foundation, and advances scholarly growth by offering specialized graduate and professional degree programs. Combining its commitment to academic excellence and a concern for the development of the total person with a distinctive Christian perspective, Hardin-Simmons serves students through quality educational programs designed to provide An Education Enlightened by Faith.


McMurry University Abilene, Texas

Welcome!

Whether you realize it or not, “The next two decades may well…elevate the role of higher education in preparing the ‘best and brightest’ and in laying out the blueprint for a better future?”1 With the same speed that the personal computer replaced the typewriter, broadband surpassed dialup, and smart phones replaced traditional cell phones, the internet and associated technologies have become an integral part of lives.

We in the Information Services Department realize that there are only four responses to this fast paced rate of change: “ignore it, resist it, ride it or lead it!”2 We continue to be excited that over 6 years ago, McMurry University's Board of Trustees and President have decided to lead!

For the past six years, the Tablet program has been an important part of the McMurry experience. This initiative is a part of our Mobile Online Visionary Education (MOVE) Program. The original intent of the program was to “level the playing field” so that every student has the “tech tools” to maximize their educational experience. This experience will set the foundation for life long learning.

We recognize that our mandate isn’t just to support the academic mission of the university; but to provide solution driven service rather than task oriented support. In short, we are here to help members of the McMurry family (faculty, staff and students) practice good stewardship over the technology resources that have been entrusted to us.

Texas Tech at Abilene

Welcome

PREPARE FOR YOUR FUTURE

Some people say the American west begins in Fort Worth, but Abilene is where it's in full gallop. The pioneering spirit of the Texas Frontier that lives and breathes in Abilene is also part of the TTUHSC School of Pharmacy, which opened its Abilene regional campus in 2007 with 40 first-year pharmacy students.

Like the main SOP campus in Amarillo, Abilene will offer all four years of TTUHSC's Doctor of Pharmacy program. The Abilene campus is now home to 160 Pharm.D. students and the founding class graduated on May 21 of 2011.

Students attending Abilene's state-of-the-art facility enjoy multimedia classrooms, a drug information center, a pharmacy practice laboratory, a patient counseling training center and physical assessment room, modern research laboratories and much more.

In short, the future pharmacists who call the Abilene campus home receive a comprehensive and practical education that encompasses a broad range of contemporary health issues and prepares them for careers in all areas of today's pharmacy profession.

MAKE AN IMPACT

The collaboration between Abilene City officials, community leaders and the TTUHSC School of Pharmacy has created an innovative economic and academic development model for the future of pharmacy education.

Affiliations with Hendrick Medical Center, the Abilene Regional Medical Center and the more than 50 community pharmacies located in the Abilene area provides students with numerous sites for rural practice training. The addition of TTUHSC-SOP to the Abilene landscape also adds to the impact TTUHSC-SOP is making in addressing the shortage of pharmacists that exists in many areas of Texas.

The SOP's Department of Pharmacy Practice in Abilene consists of practitioners who are directly involved with patient care in the areas of adult medicine, community care, geriatrics and primary care. The continuing efforts of the dedicated faculty, staff and students at the SOP's Abilene campus will only enhance TTUHSC's national reputation in addressing the complex and multifaceted health issues associated with clinical pharmacy and research.

TTUHSC School of Pharmacy Abilene Regional Campus, 1718 Pine St., Abilene, TX 79601

Abilene, Texas Chamber of Commerce

 

Abilene Chamber of Commerce Website

Regardless if you’re a new chamber member or one of many years, the Chamber Overview is the best way to learn about opportunities at the Chamber, what to expect at our events, and how to further maximize your membership.  Since programming can change year-to-year, annual attendance is encouraged.  These meetings are great opportunities for free networking and serve to better familiarize you with the Chamber in general.  The third Tuesday of the month, the Chamber Overview begins at 8:00 in the Abilene Chamber of Commerce Board Room.

Abilene Chamber of Commerce

174 Cypress Street, Suite 200

Abilene, Texas 79601 (view map)

 

Mailing Address: P. O. Box 2281

Abilene, Texas 79604

 

(325) 677-7241 business phone

(325) 677-0622 business fax

 

info@abilenechamber.com

 

Abilene Area Local Churches

Churches of Christ

Baker Heights Church of Christ

5382 Texas Avenue

Abilene, Texas

692-6974

 www.bakerheights.org

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Buffalo Gap Church of Christ

741 Litel Street

Buffalo Gap, Texas 79508

572-3333

 www.bgcoc.com

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Clyde Church of Christ

206 South 4th 

Clyde, Texas 79510

893-4723

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11th and Willis Church of Christ

3309 South 11th 

Abilene, Texas

698-3255

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Fifth and Grape Church of Christ

433 Grape Street

Abilene, Texas

673-0211

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Hamby Church of Christ

197 Country Road 504

Abilene, Texas 79601

548-2740

 www.hambycoc.org

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Highland Church of Christ

425 Highland Avenue

Abilene, Texas

673-2630

 www.highlandchurch.org

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Highway 36 Church of Christ

10576 Highway 36 South

Abilene, Texas

529-3818

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Hillcrest Church of Christ

650 East Ambler

Abilene, Texas

673-4565

 www.hillcrestonline.com

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Hope Church of Christ

831 N. Judge Ely Blvd, 

Abilene, TX

325-261-0657

www.hopechurchofchrist.com

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Merkel Church of Christ

700 Ash Street

Merkel, Texas

928-5024

 www.merkelchurchofchrist.org

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Minda Church of Christ

701 Minda Street

Abilene, Texas 79602

676-2151

 www.mindacoc.org

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Minter Lane Church of Christ

2502 Minter Lane

Abilene, Texas

677-8611

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North Park Church of Christ

2958 Grape

Abilene, Texas

677-6934

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North 10th and Treadaway Church of Christ

943 North Treadaway

Abilene, Texas

672-7122

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Northwest Church of Christ

1141 North Willis

Abilene, Texas

677-7982

  www.northwestchurch.clearwire.net

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Oakland Drive Church of Christ

2702 Forrest

Abilene, Texas

672-1337

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Oakridge Church of Christ

3250 Beltway South

Abilene, Texas

692-2440

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Oldham Lane Church of Christ

5049 Oldham Lane

Abilene, Texas

695-0055

 www.oldhamlane.org

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South 14th and Oak Church of Christ

1410 Oak

Abilene, Texas

677-1254

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Southern Hills Church of Christ

3666 Buffalo Gap Road

Abilene, Texas

692-2670

 www.southernhillschurch.org

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University Church of Christ

733 East North 16th 

Abilene, Texas 79601

673-6497

 www.uccabilene.org

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View Church of Christ 
250 Boynton 
Abilene, TX 
325-698-8741 
http://viewbaptistchurch.yolasite.com/

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Westgate Church of Christ

402 South Pioneer

Abilene, Texas

692-2300

www.westgatecofc.com

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Woodlawn Church of Christ

3185 North 10th Street

Abilene, Texas

673-6776

 www.woodlawncofc.org

 Map

 

Wylie Church of Christ

6090 Buffalo Gap Road

Abilene, Texas 79606

692-6881

 www.wyliechurchofchrist.org

 Map

 

Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

 

Brook Hollow Christian Church

2310 South Willis Street

Abilene, Texas 79605

692-4446

 www.brookhollowcc.org

 Map

 

First Christian Church

1420 North 3rd Street

Abilene, Texas 79601

677-2186

 www.fccabilene.org

 Map

 

Wylie Christian Church

6250 Buffalo Gap Road

Abilene, Texas 79606

691-0400

 www.wyliechristianchurch.org

 Map

Christian Church (Independent)

 

Abilene Christian Church

1702 Woodard St.

Abilene, Texas 79605

692-3145

 Map

 

Baptist (Southern)

 

Belmont Baptist Church

2117 Palm Street

Abilene, Texas 79602

672-5689

 www.belmont-online.com

 Map

 

Beltway Park Baptist Church

4009 Beltway South

Abilene, Texas 79606

692-6540

 www.beltway.org

 

Caps Baptist Church

6610 US Highway 277 South

Abilene, Texas 79606

692-3948

 www.capsbaptist.org

 Map

 

Crescent Heights Baptist Church

1902 North Mockingbird Lane

Abilene, Texas 79603

677-3749

 Map

 

Elmcrest Baptist Church

517 North Pioneer Drive

Abilene, Texas 79603

673-3734

 Map

 

Elmwood Baptist Church

2933 South 7th Street

Abilene, Texas 79605

677-7524

 Map

 

First Baptist Church

1333 North 3rd

Abilene, Texas 79601

675-8100

 www.fbcabilene.org

 Map

 

Holiday Hills Baptist Church

5309 Capitol Avenue

Abilene, Texas 79603

692-6681

 www.holidayhillsbaptistchurch.com

 Map

 

Immanuel Baptist Church

1241 Cypress Street

Abilene, Texas 79601

677-2766

 www.proverbs2719.com

 Map

 

Lytle South Baptist Church

1125 East Industrial Blvd.

Abilene, Texas 79602

695-6533

 www.lytlesouth.com

 Map

 

North Park Baptist Church

1525 Anson Avenue

Abilene, Texas 79601

672-5300

 Map

 

Pioneer Drive Baptist Church

701 South Pioneer Drive

Abilene, Texas 79602

692-6776

 www.pdbc.org

Map

 

Ridgemont Baptist Church

4857 Buffalo Gap Road

Abilene, Texas 79605

698-4331

 www.ridgemontbaptist.com

Map

 

Shining Star Fellowship Church

301 Palm Street

Abilene, Texas 79602

672-7265

 www.shiningstarfellowship.org

Map

 

Southside Baptist Church

1425 S. 7th St.

Abilene, Texas  79602

677-8185

www.ssbaptist.org

 

Southwest Park Baptist Church

2901 South 20th Street

Abilene, Texas 79605

692-3296

 www.southwestpark.org

Map

 

Tye Baptist Church

207 Morgan Street

Tye, Texas 79563

692-4805

 Map

 

View Baptist Church

250 Boynton Road

Abilene, Texas 79606

698-8741

Map

 

Wylie Baptist Church

6097 Buffalo Gap Road

Abilene, Texas 79606

692-3206

www.wbcabilene.org

Map

 

Baptist (Independent)

 

Abilene Baptist Church

5601 Hartford

Abilene, Texas 79605

692-2122

Map

 

Central Baptist Church

3232 Grape

Abilene, Texas 79601

677-9253

Map

 

Faith Baptist Church

2300 South 20th

Abilene, Texas 79605

692-1500

Map

 

North Side Baptist Church

2474 Westwood

Abilene, Texas 79603

673-6243

www.nsbcnet.com

Map

 

Trinity Baptist Church

871 Woodlawn

Abilene, Texas 79603

673-4796

www.trinityabilene.com

Map

 

Victory Baptist Church

4810 Jarman Street

Abilene, Texas 79601

677-0903

 Map

 

Baptist (Independent Fundamental)

 

Harvest Baptist Church

1389 Vine Street

Abilene, Texas 79602

437-1645

 www.hbcabilene.com

Map

 

Catholic

 

Holy Family Catholic Church

5410 Buffalo Gap Road

Abilene, Texas 79606

692-1820

www.holyfamilyabilene.org

Map

 

Sacred Heart Catholic Church

837 Jeanette Street

Abilene, Texas 79602

677-7951

www.abilenesacredheart.com

Map

 

St. Francis Catholic Church

826 Cottonwood Street

Abilene, Texas 79601

672-6695

www.stfrancis-abilene.org

Map

  

St. Vincent Pallotti Catholic Church

2525 Westview Drive

Abilene, Texas 79603

672-1749

www.stvincent-pallotti.org

Map

 

Methodist

 

Aldersgate United Methodist Church

1741 Sayles Blvd

Abilene, Texas 79605

672-7893

www.aldersgateabilene.org

Map

 

Caps United Methodist Church

6501 US Highway 277 South

Abilene, Texas 79606

692-6241

www.caps-umc.org

Map

 

Elmwood West United Methodist Church

1302 South Pioneer Drive

Abilene, Texas 79605

692-1173

Map

 

Epworth United Methodist Church

1102 North Willis Street

Abilene, Texas 79603

677-6967

Map

 

First United Methodist Church

202 Butternut Street

Abilene, Texas 79602

673-6769

www.fumcabilene.com

Map

 

Grace United Methodist Church

1402 Grape Street

Abilene, Texas 79601

672-8121

Map

 

St. James United Methodist Church

3100 Barrow Street

Abilene, Texas 79605

692-0263

www.sjumc.com

Map

 

St. Paul United Methodist Church

525 Beech Street

Abilene, Texas 79601

672-7814

www.stpaulabilene.org

Map

 

United Methodist Church

626 North 6th Street

Abilene, Texas 79601

672-9128

Map

 

Wylie United Methodist Church

3430 Antilley Road

Abilene, Texas 79606

698-3409

www.wyliemethodist.org

Map

 

Methodist (Evangelical)

 

First Evangelical Methodist Church

6010 US Highway 277 South

Abilene, Texas 79606

695-9949

Map

 

Apostolic Church

 

Abundant Life Annex

707 South 11th St.

Abilene, Texas 79602

677-2777

Map  

 

Abundant Life Apostolic Ministries

 741 South 11th St.

Abilene, Texas 79602

673-4913

Map

 

Apostolic Assembly Church

2925 Hickory Street

Abilene, Texas 79601

672-5500

Map  

 

Episcopal Church

 

Episcopal Church of The Heavenly Rest

602 Meander Street

Abilene, Texas 79602

677-2091

www.chrabilene.com

Map

 

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church

3150 Vogel Street

Abilene, Texas 79603

677-1471

www.stmarksabilene.com

Map

 

Interdenominational

 

Bethel Temple Christian Center

3101 North 12th St.

Abilene, Texas 79603

677-9720

www.btccabilene.com

Map

 

Bible Chapel

Corner Winters Frwy &1-20

Abilene, Texas 79603

672-8700

Map  

 

Calvary Chapel

5403 S. 1st

(Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel)

Abilene, texas 79603

325-668-6890

www.calvarychapelabilene.com

 

Champions Church

7474 Buffalo Gap Road

Abilene, Texas 79606

695-0303

www.champschurch.com

Map

 

Church On the Rock Abilene

1228 Grape St.

Abilene, Texas 79603

672-5446

Map  

 

Fountaingate Fellowship Church

909 North Willis

Abilene, Texas 79603

672-6165

http://www.fountaingatefellowship.org/

Map

 

Hope Chapel of the Foursquare Church

3502 Rebecca Ln

Abilene, Texas 79606

692-7009

Map

 

Kingdom Builders Family Ministries

1326 South 14th St.

Suite E

Abilene, Texas 79602

677-1817

Map

 

Mission Abilene

233 Fannin

Abilene, TX

325-670-049

www.missionabilene.com

 

Grace Point

221 Oak St.

Abilene, Texas 79602

675-5060

www.thegracepoint.com

 

Redeeming Love Faith Fellowship Church

5858 US Hwy 277 South

Abilene, Texas 79606

690-9673

Map

 

Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod)

 

Our Savior Lutheran Church

4933 South 7th

Abilene, Texas 79605

692-6163

Map

 

Lutheran (ELCA)

 

Grace Lutheran Church

1202 South Pioneer Dr.

Abilene, Texas 79605

692-1342

 www.quadlink.com/gracelutheran/

Map

 

Charismatic Church

 

Grace Family Church

PO Box 1086

Abilene, Texas 79604

795-9505

http://www.gracefamily.org/

Map

 

Assemblies of God    

 

Glad Tidings Assembly of God

3081 Edgemont

Abilene, Texas 79605

 691-0121

Map  

 

Lighthouse Assembly of God

 5325 Texas

Abilene, Texas 79605

 692-6453

http://www.lighthouseabilene.com

Map

 

New Hope Church

3122 South Clack St.

Abilene, Texas 79606

795-2222

http://www.newhope-ag.com

Map

 

New Life Temple

2465 Old Anson Rd.

Abilene, Texas 79603

676-2121

www.newlifetempleag.org

Map

 

North Park Assembly of God 

1918 Jameson St.

Abilene, Texas 79603

673-4378

Map  

 

Nazarene

 

Abilene Southwest Church of The Nazarene

5125 Antilley Road

Abilene, Texas 79606

692-8741

Map

 

Church of The Nazarene Trinity

3302 State St.

Abilene, Texas 79603

677-7917

www.abilenetrinity.org

Map

 

First Church of The Nazarene

2849 Beltway South

Abilene, Texas 79606

677-9429

 www.fcnabilene.org

Map

   

Church of God in Christ

 

Bethel Church of God in Christ

634 Cottonwood St.

Abilene, Texas 79601

672-9998

Map  

   

Seventh Day Adventist

 

Seventh-Day Adventist Church

2542 East Overland Tr

Abilene, Texas 79603

672-0617

http://abilene22.adventistchurchconnect.org/article.php?id=2

Map

 

Orthodox

 

St Luke Orthodox Church

501 Sunset Dr.

Abilene, Texas

675-9922

http://www.stlukeorthodox.net/

Map

 

Presbyterian


Covenant Orthodox Presbyterian Church

2742 Buffalo Gap Rd.

Abilene, Texas 79605

698-1704

Map

 

First Central Presbyterian Church

400 Orange

Abilene, Texas 79601

677-3501 

www.fcpc.net

Map  

 

Westminster Presbyterian Church

4515 South 14th St.

Abilene, Texas 79605

692-3544 

http://www.wpcabilene.org/

Map 

 

 

 

2014 Hail Storms we are working

Abilene, Texas Hail Storm - June 12th, 2014

All Hail Reports near Abilene, Texas

Abilene, Texas (population: 117063) has had 87 hail reports from the public, trained spotters and the media within 15 miles captured in our database. The largest report of hail in Abilene was 4.50 inches around 0 years ago. The zipcode with the highest number of damaging hail reports near Abilene is 79602, with 12 reports.


Fort Worth, Texas Hail Storm - May 12th, 2014

All Hail Reports near Fort Worth, Texas

Fort Worth, Texas (population: 741206) has had 91 hail reports from the public, trained spotters and the media within 15 miles captured in our database. The largest report of hail in Fort Worth was 2.75 inches around 3 years ago. The zipcode with the highest number of damaging hail reports near Fort Worth is 76166, with 14 reports.


Alpine, Texas Hail Storm - June 7th, 2014

All Hail Reports near Alpine, Texas

Alpine, Texas (population: 5905) has had 26 hail reports from the public, trained spotters and the media within 15 miles captured in our database. The largest report of hail in Alpine was 4.25 inches around 4 years ago. The zipcode with the highest number of damaging hail reports near Alpine is 79832, with 20 reports.

Our Alpine hail repair shop is located at Aguilars.


Tom Hedke Auto Hail Repair guarantees all work Tom works with all insurance companies. We can waive your deductible and fix your hail damage. Call or come in today for your free estimate. If you have a small dent or lots of dents, call today. We can repair your dents and your car or truck will look like new. There may be no need for expensive auto body work or a body shop. A body shop is great for major hail damage, but for dings and dents PDR (paintless dent repair) is a better hail repair option. It will save you money and is less expensive on your insurance. Insurance companies prefer PDR because it is better than paying a body shop much more money for the body work. Hail damage repair is what we do.


Tom Hedke owner, PDR specialist, hail damage, hail repairTom Hedke Auto Hail Repair  is the  “Number one auto care service" in the area! We remove minor dings and dents, door dings, shopping cart dents, acorn and hail damage dents, creases and small dents from all vehicles. This amazing service is performed without using paint or bodywork! Save Hundreds! Insurance claims are welcome. We work with insurance companies everyday. You can have your insurance company contact us anytime.

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