There are 17 counties in the Permian Basin region of Texas.
Visiting the Permian Basin Region
Andrews, Big Spring, Fort Stockton, Lamesa, Midland, Monahans, Odessa,
Andrews, Borden, Crane, Dawson, Ector, Gaines, Glasscock, Howard,
Loving, Martin, Midland, Pecos, Reeves, Terrell, Upton, Ward, Winkler.
02 - Andrews County: Andrews.
Andrews was founded in
1937. Andrews enjoys an average of 316 days of sunshine per year; making conditions ideal
for those who love to spend time outdoors.
17 - Borden County: Gail.
52 - Crane County: Crane.
58 - Dawson County: Lamesa.
Lamesa had its beginnings in
July, 1903 when a block of 160 acres was carved out of the home section of Frank
Conners Ranch. During World War II Lamesa and Dawson County provided more men per
capita for the armed services than any other county in Texas.
68 - Ector County: Odessa.
83 - Gaines County: Seminole.
87 - Glasscock County: Garden City.
114 - Howard County: Big Spring.
151 - Loving County: Mentone.
159 - Martin County: Stanton.
165 - Midland County: Midland.
186 - Pecos County: Fort Stockton.
195 - Reeves County: Pecos.
222 - Terrell County: Sanderson.
231 - Upton County: Rankin.
238 - Ward County: Monahans.
248 - Winkler County: Kermit.
Permian Basin Regional Planning
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