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Bellville Population: 4,116

Total Males: 1,931
Total Females: 2,185
Median Household Income: $39,453
Total Households: 1,783

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Brief Information About Bellville


<p>Bellville city is located in the County of Austin. It is also the county seat of the same County. It has a total area of about 6.9 sq. km. and is at an elevation of 293 ft. above sea level. Industries related to financial services and automotive holds an important place for the growth and development of the local economy. Services through banks and insurance companies, insurance agents, car loans and financing, auto mobile repair and servicing facilities, auto painting and maintenance facilities, trucking firms, truck and trailer hauling services,  truck renting and leasing facilities and truck parts supplies. The local farmers market also contributes in a positive way for the growth and development of the local economy. Some of the prominent among them are natural and organic food businesses, nutrition consultancies and agencies, tree and plant nurseries, farm equipment sales and services, restaurants and pubs.</p>







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