The City of Selma does not have an economic development corporation, but it does maintain its competitiveness in the region by offering economic development incentives to facilitate quality development. In general, the criteria used to examine whether economic development incentives may apply include the number of jobs created, the average wage and the gross annual payroll generated, capital investment, the amount of new property taxes generated, and the amount of sales tax generated.
The following documents will give insight into why Selma is the place to grow:
To view the City of Selma’s active Chapter 380 Agreements, please visit the Texas Comptroller’s Chapter 380 Agreement Database.
For a listing of available real estate in Selma, visit Texas Site Search
and search Selma.
For additional information, contact Johnny Casias
, City Administrator.