Kleberg County

Lizzy Bell


Kleberg County is located in the southern tip of the U.S. state Texas on the coast line. It is located just south of Nueces County.


In Kleberg County there are 32,101 people as of 2013. 16,337 (49.4%) are men and 15,724 (50.6%) are women. There are approximently 36 people /mi2 (14 people /km2). About 70.2% of Klebergs population are Hispanic or Latino, 23.3% are White, 3.3% are Black, 2.2% are Asian, and 0.6% are two or more races.

Court House

Their court house is located in Kingsville, TX witch is the capital and largest city. The court house was added on the list of National Register of Historic Places on May 10, 2010. The National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) is a list of sites, districts, structures, and buildings that are worthy of preservation.

Major Towns/Citys

>>Kingsville (Capital, Largest City)

- The current Mayor of Kingsville is Sam Fugate



Industry's providing employment:

  • Educational/Social Services 20.5%
  • Retail Trade 13.2%
  • Waste Management Services 34.1%

Colleges in Kleberg County

  • Texas A&M

Problums facing Kleberg today

As of 2005 there were (not county total, these have been reported by the county police, and the Sheriff's office) :

  • 1 Robbery
  • 169 Thefts
  • 24 Assults
  • 67 Burgleries

From 2002-2010 there have been 1 Tropicul storm, 6 Hurricanes, 1 Tornado, and 1 Flood.