Your Guide to Moving to Olmos Park

Erik Scheetz
Erik Scheetz
August 1, 2020
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Planning on relocating to Olmos Park? Good choice. There are many reasons why so many people decide to plant roots here. This wealthy enclave community in Bexar County is home to 2,450 people, located just six miles from San Antonio. Here at Texas Best Movers, we move lots of people in and around Olmos Park on a regular basis, so rest assured our team knows the area inside and out. This is what makes Olmos the perfect location, especially if you want a more affordable living experience and the ability to commute San Antonio for work or to take in the sights.

Olmos Park is surrounded by San Antonio, which means living here gives you the advantages of both a small town and a big city at the same time. It’s got a strong economy, plentiful downtown and lots of recreational opportunities. A big draw for singles, couples, families and retirees, you can’t go wrong moving to Olmos Park.

Before moving here, it’s wise to do your research on the town itself as well as its many resources. Familiarizing yourself now will help out a lot once you’re settled in.


It’s helpful to know the phone numbers, addresses and policies of the various services in town, from fire and police to the public works department and municipal court. Get more details on those services here. Within each link, you will find pertinent information as part of that department. For example, under police, you will find information on financial crimes forms, how to file a complaint and personal safety tips while walking or jogging.

The public works department has detailed information on trash and recycling schedules, as well as what is acceptable.


Chances are, you’ll want to check out some books at some point while you’re here, especially if you have kids. You’ll have to make a quick hop over to the Landa Library in San Antonio. It’s located near Alamo Heights and Olmos Park, sitting within the Monte Vista Historical District. While you’re there, take a side trip to the San Antonio Zoo, Witte Museum, Trinity University or Brackenridge Park.

Real Estate

The median home value in Olmos Park is $722,000, with home values rising 0.3% over the past year and predicted to fall -2.6% within the next. It’s not exactly cheap to live here. In fact, the cost of living in Olmos Park is 60 percent higher than the state average and 46 percent higher than the national average. But the neighborhoods are beautiful, spacious and inviting, with plenty of green space and great schools.

Contact Texas Best Movers

Eager to move into your new Olmos Park home? Get a free quote when you contact us at 210-987-9179. For your convenience, we have an office in San Antonio at 8482 Fredericksburg Road.





Erik Scheetz
Erik Scheetz is founder of Texas Best Moving and Storage. Erik has over 15 years of experience in the moving business and has built Texas Best Moving and Storage with pride and integrity in San Antonio, Texas. He is also a Licensed Real Estate Broker with many years of experience. Texas Best Moving and Storage has strived to offer the best customer service and moving experience for every customer on every move.

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