SMITH COUNTY,  TEXAS - INCORPORATED CITIES AND COMMUNITIES

     

 

 

 

Cities Incorporated within Smith County,

Texas.

Click on City below to link to the cities official website:

 

  ARP  History

  BULLARD (part in Cherokee County, Texas) History

 LINDALE History

 NEW CHAPEL HILL History

 NOONDAY  History

 OVERTON (mostly in Rusk County, Texas)  History

 TROUP   History

 TYLER   History

 WHITEHOUSE  History

  WINONA  History

 

Unincorporated Cities in Smith County, Texas

  FLINT  History

  GARDEN VALLEY  History

  GRESHAM  History

  HIDEAWAY  History

  JAMESTOWN  History

  LANES CHAPEL  History

  MOUNT SYLVAN  History

  STARRVILLE  History

Smith County, Texas was created in 1846 from Nacogdoches County, Texas. It was named for Texas Revolutionary General James Smith.  Tyler, Texas is the largest city in the central east Texas area and is the eighth fastest growing area in the State of Texas.  Tyler claims the title "Rose Capital of the Nation" and holds the Texas Rose Festival in October.  Tyler, Texas is the county seat of Smith County.

  SWAN  History

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