Amarillo is the heart of the Texas Panhandle and offers a unique geographical area with wide-open spaces and breathtaking sunrises and sunsets. Now home to approximately 200,000 residents, it serves as the regional hub for commerce, education, healthcare, and the arts. Its highly diversified economy provides opportunities for large and small businesses to flourish.
Amarillo is also the gateway to Palo Duro Canyon, America's second-largest canyon. The canyon is the ideal place for hiking, mountain-biking, camping and is also home to the Texas Outdoor Musical. With its relatively mild climate, the city is rated as having some of the cleanest air in the country.
The city boasts entertainment venues that host performances from the Amarillo Symphony and the Lone Star ballet to concerts, local events, and even a minor league baseball team, to name a few.
In Amarillo, you will find a city proud of its heritage and culture while remaining committed to its growth and prosperity. Best described as family-friendly, Amarillo offers residents a thriving community with southern hospitality. It's no surprise that in 2020 it was named among The Best Cities To Live and Work*.