White Deer is a small town located in Carson County, Texas. As of 2010, the U.S. Census Bureau recorded a population of just over 1,000. Statistically, it is part of the Amarillo Metropolitan area.
Real Estate Profile
The crime statistics for White Deer are below the state average. While property crime in Texas is around 4%, it is 0.4% in White Deer. Violent crime is around 0.5% in Texas, and 0.11% in White Deer. The number of individuals failing to complete high school
is lower in White Deer than the state and national average. High school achievement is 10% higher than the state average, and 5% higher than the national average. College attainment is also higher than the state and national average. However, the number of
people completing a bachelor's or postgraduate degree is lower.
Location and Amenities
White Deer is situated on the U.S. Highway 60, providing residents with easy access to Amarillo, which is 36 miles away. The nearby White Deer Country Club features an 18-hole golf course that visitors and locals alike enjoy.
White Deer is covered by the White Deer Independent School district. White Deer High School and White Deer Elementary school have a close educational relationship, allowing children to progress from one educational stage to the next with ease. The high school
competes on a state level in a variety of sports, including football, soccer, and women's soccer.
Local shops include 'Bling & Beyond', which provides hand crafted jewelry and accessories. White Deer's intimate shopping district also features the D & B Neighborhood Shop, which serves the local area with groceries and necessities.
White Deer is a small community with all the amenities needed for locals to live comfortable. Its location on U.S. Highway 60 places it perfectly for access to larger cities, like Amarillo.