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Selma is believed to be one of the many settlements along the Cibolo Creek founded by German pioneers. In 1849, the Harrison and McCulloch Stagecoach Stop was created to transport passengers and freight between the communities of central, south, and east Texas.
Located sixteen miles northeast of downtown San Antonio, the population in Selma was 100 in 1940 and since the city’s incorporation in 1964, Selma has seen tremendous growth as businesses along the Interstate 35 Austin / San Antonio corridor has developed. The city of Selma is located on the Old Austin Road, which is now Interstate 35. Selma, which covers approximately five square miles, is in three counties (Bexar, Comal, and Guadalupe) and today, has a population of more than 6,000.
Selma is community driven, committed to engaging with its citizens. Selma residents are encouraged to participate in a number of city events, including Movie-in-the-Park, Halloween at the fire station, Santa at the Stage Stop, and National Night Out. Make sure to check the City of Selma website or Facebook page for information and updates about city events.