Bell County, Tx.

named for Peter Hansborough Bell

Bell County was created from Milam County in 1850, just five years after Texas entered the Union. County Commissioners chose a county seat on the banks of Nolan Creek and named it Nolandsville. Two years later, January 12, 1852, the town’s name became Belton and it was incorporated. Bell is named for Peter Hansborough Bell, the third governor of Texas.

County Resources by City
Welcome to Bell County
The government of Bell County, Texas exists to promote and sustain a superior quality of life in Central Texas.

Belton
Located deep in the heart of Texas, Belton is a unique city with friendly people and a rich history.
Copperas Cove
Copperas Cove, a city with a proud heritage and a bright future, is dedicated to improving the quality of life for its citizens.
Harker Heights
Originally planned as a home site for military personnel serving at Fort Hood (then Camp Hood), Harker Heights is a community of beautiful homes and active families.
Holland
A friendly community filled with history and tradition. Holland is a great place to raise a family.
Killeen
Welcome to the official website of the City of Killeen, Texas, Home of Fort Hood and III Corps.
Salado Village
The perfect place for a weekend get a way. Historic lodging, bed and breakfast, plentiful shopping, dining and only a short drive up I35, between Waco and Austin, Texas, Salado has something for everyone
Temple
Temple has been a destination for many travelers since it was founded in 1881 by the Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Railroad.
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Adjacent counties are; McLennan County, Falls County, Milam County, Williamson County, Burnet County, Lampasas County, Coryell County.

Other places in Bell County:

Fort Hood military post
News stories and photos of things happening on Fort Hood and with it s deployed units
Summer Fun Water Park
Get ready to have the best summer fun ever. Summer Fun Water Park has something for every member of the family.
Travel

Major highways include; Interstate 35, U.S. Highway 190, State Highway 36, State Highway 53, State Highway 95, and Texas 195.svg State Highway 195.


Directions by City or Zip (Postcode)

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