Edinburg is part of the Hidalgo County and is located twenty minutes north of the U.S.-Mexico border, in area has 115.98 km2 (44.78 sq mi) where .16% is water and the 99.84% soi.
Is part of the MSA region, the MSA Metropolitan Region is comprised of the cities of Mission, McAllen, Pharr, and Edinburg, is the fifth most populous area in Texas, and is also part of the transnational Reynosa-McAllen Metropolitan Area.
|Edinburg - McAllen||14 mi (26 min)|
|Edinburg - Pharr||10 mi (19 min)|
|Edinburg - Mission||15 mi (33 min)|
|Edinburg - Hidalgo Int Bridge||22 mi (48 min)|
|Edinburg - Pharr Int Bridge||17 mi (33min)|
|Edinburg - Port of Harlingen||41 mi (50 min)|
|Edinburg - Port of Brownville||65 mi (1 hr 6 min)|
Edinburg has a total population of 100,243 inhabitants with a media age of 29.3 with a 35% of bachelor’s degree or higher. The employment rate in Edinburg is 56.1% in compare with Texas State. The median household income is $ 48,673. The MSA has an overall population of 870,781, with a median age of 28.9 years. The cost of living index for the MSA region is 77.7, with a median home price of $219,900.
During 2021 Edinburg increase by 2.4% the number of inhabitants, representing the fifth fastest growing city in Texas, and the twentieth nationwide. Since 2010 the Growth Rate is 30%.
In Edinburg, the summers are sweltering and oppressive; the winters are short, cool, dry, and windy; and it is partly cloudy year round. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 51°F to 97°F and is rarely below 39°F or above 102°F.