Castroville Texas Chamber of Commerce | "The Little Alsace of Texas"
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New Business of the Year

Congratulations to Arrow P Western Wear, our NEW Business of the Year! Fashions for the whole family! 

Business Of The Year

Congratuations to our Business of the Year, Southwest Gulf Railroad Co. 

Citizens of the Year

Congratulations to Mary & Phil King, our Citizens of the Year!

Jr. Citizens of the Year

Congratulations to our Jr. Citizens of the Year, Lauren Keller & Wyatt Forrest

BENEFITS OF JOINING THE CHAMBER

The Chamber promotes and contributes to civic betterment, encouraging new business investments and continued patronage and support of local business.
Advertising Opportunities

Website Listing & Banner Ads
Castroville Visitor’s Guide
Membership Directory
Visitor Center Marketing
Ribbon Cutting Welcoming

Business Opportunities

Business Referral Service

Promotional Display Area

Free Small Business Consultation Services

Membership Mailing List/Labels

Networking Opportunities

Membership Luncheons

Mixers

Committees

Facebook

Other Benefits

Business Anniversary Recognition Program

Advocate for Businesses

Tax Deductible Membership Fee

Your Voice in Government

JOIN NOW

Rich History

Castroville is rich in history dating back to 1844 when the town was founded by Henri Castro. The first European emigrant settlers in this area were mostly Catholic farmers from Alsace, a region of France, brought over to fulfill Castro’s contract to colonize vacant Texas Land. Calling themselves Alsatians, they were mostly of German decent speaking a dialect of German and French. Visit our HISTORY & HERITAGE page to learn more.
1844

Year founded

96

Historic Homes

3059

Population