Snyder Wheels Club Car Show, West Texas Western Swing Festival, Fourth of July Celebration in the Park, White Buffalo Days, The Hunter Appreciation Dinner, and the Lighted Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting.

Come Visit Snyder
The City of Snyder, better known as the "Land of the White Buffalo," is a vibrant community nestled deep in the heart of West Texas. Snyder, established in 1878, is located about 90 miles from Lubbock, Abilene, San Angelo and Midland.

The backdrop of Snyder, once dominated by herds of wild buffalo, now consists of cotton fields, wind turbines, oil field pump jacks and beautiful West Texas sunsets. More than 2,000 oil wells in the vicinity are busy generating one of America's most precious commodities.

From the agriculture fields to the production fields, this community has plenty to offer residents and travelers. Snyder, the county seat for Scurry County, is a great place to live or visit, with shopping, dining and recreation highlights that include the Ritz Theatre, Windmill Ranch Preserve, Western Texas College, Cogdell Memorial Hospital, SnTx Industrial Park, and

Mrs. Kathy's.

So next time you are looking for a great place to rest and relax, come see us and the "White Buffalo" in Snyder, Texas-where Southern hospitality is at its best!

City of Snyder, County of Scurry, State of Texas, located 84 miles Southeast of Lubbock, 76 miles Northwest of Abilene, 88 miles Northeast of Midland, 100 miles North of San Angelo, 238 miles west of Fort Worth, Texas.  


​City:   2017 - 11,768

2010 - 11,202

County 2017 - 17,238

2010 - 16,921