Driscoll is a small city located in Nueces County, Texas, United States. The city was named after Clara Driscoll, a philanthropist who played a significant role in the preservation of the Alamo in San Antonio. The city was incorporated in 1940 and has a population of around 650 people.
Driscoll is a close-knit community that provides its residents with a peaceful and comfortable living experience. The city has a strong sense of community, and the residents are actively involved in various community events and programs. The city has several parks and recreational areas, which are well-maintained and provide a variety of outdoor activities for residents of all ages.
The economy of Driscoll is primarily based on agriculture and oil production. The city is home to several farming and ranching operations, which contribute significantly to the local economy. In addition, the city has several oil wells and refineries, which provide employment opportunities to the residents.