Del Valle ( del VAL-ee) is a suburb of Austin and part of the Austin–Round Rock–San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area.
It is an unincorporated area in southeastern Travis County, Texas, United States. It has no local government of its own and no official boundaries. But Austin has annexed portions, including the site of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in 1990. After that, most recently in 2013, the city added more Del Valle territory to the east (8 to 13 miles southeast of downtown Austin).
The 2010 census estimated a population of 17,139.
Del Valle is located 7 miles (11 km) southeast of Downtown Austin. It is located at (30.21, -97.65) with an elevation of 482 feet.
In 1812, Santiago Del Valle settled in the hills of Central Texas in a piece of land given to him by the Spanish Government as a land grant. The community of Del Valle, established in the mid-1870s, was named after the land grant.