Living in Meridian

Meridian, Texas is a beautiful window to the top of the Hill Country, nestled on the banks of the North Bosque River. The historic downtown building, and expanding Parks area, and the rolling hills of Bosque County personify this town as the county seat and center of the government.

This unique area offers everything you might expect from small-town living with the added perks of being centrally located to the greater Dallas/Fort Worth area, Waco, and only two hours north of Austin. The city itself hosts a variety of restaurants, shopping, great schools, and rich culture.

Visiting Meridian

In addition to the historical aspects of Meridian, the city also offers recreation both indoors and out. Meridian State Park is only two miles outside city limits complete with walking trails, bird watching, fishing, camping and so much more.

Each year the community hosts several exciting events. With the new amphitheater, folks can now expect even more to see and do. The annual BBQ cook-off draws thousands from around the country and this year even more reasons to visit have been added. Look out for the first annual Chili Cook-Off, movie nights, live music, and even a new disc golf course on the way to completion.

Retiring in Meridian

Meridian, Texas provides plenty of services for seniors and those looking to retire away back to small town life. For a slower pace, the great outdoors in Meridian provides endless entertainment for anyone wanting to enjoy the weather, local bird species, or take walks around the neighborhoods.

The cost of living is cheaper than large cities, but the quality of life for independent retirees can be just as high. Dental services, healthcare, a local hospital located 15 minutes away for emergencies and medical procedures, and even local life coaching and yoga groups ensure peace of mind.

Beyond Meridian, in the other heritage-rich townships, seniors can find cultural icons of theater, art, culture and history. There’s no shortage of knowledge to gain, stories to share and places to visit.

Need Help?

If you need further assistance call, City Hall, during normal business hours. Monday - Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.. 254-435-2381