When looking at a map, you will see that Selma is located between three counties, and, therefore, is considered to be inside of all three. These three counties are Bexar, Comal, and Guadalupe counties in Texas. Its main county is considered to be Bexar County. Despite its large number of counties, Selma has just one city that it is near to San Antonio. Selma has a population of 7,831 as of the first of July 2015. It was settled in 1847 and has been overall growing in population since. The city has an overall area size of 5.1 square miles.
Selma is bordered by the lovely city of Universal City on its southern side, Schertz on its eastern side, Live Oak on the southwestern side, and even borders some of San Antonio on the northwestern end of Selma. It is just 18 miles away from downtown San Antonio. The average household income of households living in Selma is $93,541. The average value of Selma homes is $252,600.
Interstate 35 goes straight through Selma, near the southern and central parts of town. This makes Selma a practical place to live when trying to access other cities in the surrounding area.