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Bee Cave Population: 4,069

Total Males: 1,923
Total Females: 2,146
Median Household Income: $106,438
Total Households: 1,455

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Brief Information About Bee Cave


The city of Bee Cave is located in the County of Travis. Bee Cave has a total area of about 6.8 sq. kms. It is 920 ft. elevated above sea level. The local economy has developed around industries involved in health sector, real estate and the hospitality sector. The city of Bee Cave is also a center to animal clinics and hospitals, health clubs and gyms, arthiritis speciality clinics, hair removal and replacement clinics, apartments, building construction agencies, furniture dealers, repairing and remodelling contractors, furniture dealers and contractors, restaurants, inns and motels and offers a competitive market with untapped possibility. Apart from these a large number of local residents are involved with recreation centers, mortgage contractors and bankers, oil and lubrication centers, automotive servicing, tire dealers, which contributes substantially in the growth and development of the local economy.



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