Economic Development


Why Choose Robinson?

City Demographics

  • Just southeast of Waco 
  • encompasses I-35 corridor 
  • 90 minutes to/from Austin & Dallas 
  • Population: over 11,000 residents
  • 31.468 square miles of land (second largest city in McLennan County) 

Small-Town Community Feel 

  • the best of both worlds, a mix of suburban and rural life
  • walking trail, playgrounds, park
  • Waco, which is just minutes away, offers larger city amenities

What Does Robinson Offer? 

Educational Opportunities

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Health Care 

  • Access to quality primary and emergency medical care services
  • Baylor Scott and White Medical Center 

City Information 

Robinson adopted a charter in 1999 making it a home-rule city operating under the Council-Manager form of government. The City Council is comprised of a mayor and six council members, elected by places. The City Council appoints a professional city manager who is responsible for implementation of City Council policy and the day-to-day operation of the organization.

Craig Lemin is the current City Manager and has been with the City of Robinson since May 2016. Prior to Robinson, Lemin served 12 years as the City Manager of Azle and three years as the Assistant City Manager and Director of Administrative Services. He also spent four years in the Police Department as Deputy. 

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