Austin County, Tx.

named for Stephen F. Austin

Austin County is not to be confused with the city of Austin, the state capital city that lies in Travis County approximately 110 miles to the northwest. The Austin county seat is Bellville. Austin County is named for Stephen F. Austin, who facilitated the Anglo American colonization of Texas and is known as the “Father of Texas.”

County Resources by City
Austin County Texas
Austin County, with its rural and agricultural background, presents a series of inspiring views to the passer-through.

City of Bellville
Bellville is the county seat of Austin County. Bellville was named for Thomas B. Bell.
City of Industry
Located in the rolling hills region of south central Texas, almost exactly halfway between Austin and Houston, Industry is a peaceful farming community on the move.
City of Sealy
Sealy is a rapidly developing community. This makes it an ideal location and prime environment for economic development.
City of Wallis
Wallis was founded by William and Lydia Ann English Guyler. In 1973 Wallis was officially incorporated as a city.
* = unincorporated # = WikiPedia page

Adjacent Counties are; Washington County, Waller County, Fort Bend County, Wharton County, Colorado County, and Fayette County.

Other places in Austin County:

Charles Klutts Co
For more than 20 years, Charles Klutts Co has specialized in commercial painting and wallcovering services.
Lazy A Ranch
The Lazy A is a working cattle ranch of 165 acres. The Lazy A was owned and developed by the Allen (Buddy) and Ethel Carruth family.
Tesco Industries Quality Library Furniture
Manufacturers of quality wood library, classroom and office furniture in a great variety of sizes and finishes.

Major Highways include; Interstate 10, Highway 90, State Highway 36, and State Highway 159.

Somewhere in Time B & B
Built in the early 1900’s, the old Machemeihl house and the Old Carriage house takes one back to “Somewhere in Time”.

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