As a rural community with urban growth, Bastrop has a robust infrastructure that benefits from proactive planning by the city, county and local leaders. From high speed broadband to multiple energy and water providers, Bastrop’s infrastructure can support the regions rapid growth.
- Bastrop Power & Light
- Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative
- City of Bastrop Water/Wastewater
- Aqua Water Corporation
- Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA)
- Centerpoint Energy
- Time Warner
Bastrop is located within the Texas Triangle with main interstate highways linking Dallas, Houston and San Antonio/Austin. Looking at a map you will find Bastrop has a 30-minute easy drive to Austin via State Hwy 71, close proximity to highway I-35 north leading to Dallas and south leading to San Antonio, and close proximity to Highway I-10 east leading to Houston. Reaching the rest of the country is easy when using the robust interstate system running throughout Texas.
Bastrop’s Business Park sits adjacent to the Union Pacific Rail Line for anyone looking to ship products using the nation’s robust rail system.
From Bastrop businesses can reach the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport within 25-minutes. Using the airport, goods can be shipped throughout the country and the world. Those looking for water port access can easily reach one of the largest ports in the world. Port Houston is only 2 hours away.