Throckmorton County serves as a representative example of the state’s vast and diverse geographical landscape. Established in 1858 and named after Dr. William E. Throckmorton, an early settler and physician, the county epitomizes the rustic charm of rural Texas. Covering an area of approximately 915 square miles, Throckmorton County is predominantly characterized by its agricultural activities, particularly cattle ranching and farming, which remain integral to its economy. The county seat, Throckmorton, is a focal point for local community life and hosts historical sites that reflect the rich cultural heritage of the region. Despite its small population, the county maintains a close-knit community spirit, with residents priding themselves on preserving traditional Texan values and ways of life.

Throckmorton County Commissioners Court authorized the use of PACE financing in 2023, naming Lone Star PACE as the program administrator. Please contact the Lone Star team if you would like learn more about Property Assessed Clean Energy (“PACE”) financing or to discuss a potential PACE project anywhere in Throckmorton County. 

Are you considering a commercial, industrial, hospitality, mixed-use, multi-family residential, reinvestment or rehabilitation project in the area? Any project within Throckmorton County can qualify for PACE, which might be an attractive addition to your capital stack.

Read more in our Annual Report which includes examples of some recent PACE projects.