The City of Llano is a community that integrates its heritage with growth and change. The town fosters both economic and community vitality. Faithful to its heritage, what residents, visitors and tourists alike enjoy in our town is a true, western, down-home experience.
Llano is self-supporting to the largest extent possible. There is enough opportunity for residents of the City to find work or create businesses with a minimum amount of commuting. The City has a vital town center. The town center is the focus of daily commerce and social life.
Llano is safe and secure for all its residents, visitors, tourists and businesses. The residents of Llano have a strong sense of community. The people in the town share many values and work together to accomplish common purposes. Llano is brimming with small town hospitality. The residents of Llano are friendly and look out for each other, and welcome our visitors and tourists.
After receiving higher education, and possibly with experience, the children of Llano often return to create their lives, raise their own children and add to the continued development of our community.
Our Mission The mission of the Llano Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) is to invest the City's designated economic development sales tax receipts into economic development projects, as prescribed by Texas law, for the benefit of the citizens of Llano.
The goals of the LEDC are to:
Maximize the inflow of new dollars into the City's economy
Maximize the efficiency of the City's economy
Minimize the outflow of dollars from the City's economy
Using proven strategies to accomplish
the goals and make its vision a reality,
the LEDC will:
Encourage the development of tourism and travel to Llano
Improve the quality of life for residents, visitors and tourists through the development of parks, recreation, and sports facilities
Facilitate the revitalization of the City's town center
Attract new business and households to Llano
Fund local projects of organizations that support the overall vision, mission, goals and strategies of the LEDC