Cities in Smith County

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 arp

 Arp Texas is on the Missouri Pacific Railroad and State Highway 135, 18 miles southeast of Tyler in southeastern Smith County. The area was occupied as early as 1868 but in 1872 when the International-Great Northern Railroad was built and the community became a stop on the line, the city began to flourish. 

 

City Hall Location:
109 W. Longview St
Arp, Texas  75750

Phone:
(903) 859-6131

Website:
http://arptx.com/

 bullard1

 Just 15 minutes to the south of Tyler, Bullard is a picturesque city with a small-town feel consisting of residential neighborhoods, outstanding educational opportunities, and a charming historic downtown.

 

City Hall Location:
114 S. Phillips
Bullard, Texas  75757

Phone:
(903) 894-7223

Website:
http://www.bullardtexas.net/

 hideaway

 The City of Hideaway is located within the gated community of Hide-A-Way Lakes. It is located just off Interstate 20 about half way between Dallas and Shreveport. The management and maintenance of the lakes, roads, and amenities is taken care of by Hide-A-Way Lake Club, Inc.

 

City Hall Location:
101-B Hideaway Lane Central 
Hideaway, Texas  75771

Phone:
(903) 882-6151

Website:
http://www.hideawaytexas.net/landing

Lindale1 Lindale is known as the hometown of Miranda Lambert and sits at the crossroads of I-20 and Hwy 69 in the lush, green rolling hills of East Texas, centrally located halfway between Dallas, Texas and Shreveport, Louisiana and just north of Tyler.

 

City Hall Location:
105 Ballard Drive
Lindale, Texas  75771

Phone:
(903) 882-3422

Website:
http://www.lindaletx.gov/

 noonday

 Noonday is located about 11 miles southwest from Tyler, and near the crossing of the old Tejas and Shawnee Indian trails. It is on the headwaters of the Brooks Saline Creek, and about 4 miles northwest from Bid Eddy Lake on the Neches River. The City of Noonday is also well known for their sweet onions.

 

City Hall Location:
16662 C R 196
Tyler, Texas  75703

Phone:
(903) 561-3351

Website:
http://cityofnoonday.com

 overton1

 The City of Overton is located in both Rush and Smith counties. Overton lies approximately 10 miles south of Kilgore (25 miles south of Longview), 15 miles west of Henderson and 20 miles southeast of Tyler.

 

City Hall Location:
1200 S. Commerce St.
Overton, Texas  75684

Phone:
(903) 834-3171

Website:
http://www.ci.overton.tx.us/

 Troup1  Located in the Southeast corner of Smith County and Northeast Cherokee Counties,Troup is located approximately 120 miles east of the  Dallas-Ft. Worth area,  100 miles west of Shreveport, Louisiana, and 100 miles north of Houston.

 

City Hall Location:
106 East Duval St.
 Troup, Texas  75789

Phone:
(903) 842-3128

Website:
http://www.trouptexas.org/newsite/content/troup

 tyler

 The City of Tyler is an economic hub in northeast Texas - and the Rose Capital of the United States. Tyler experienced a huge economic boom in the 1930s when the East Texas oilfield was discovered. By 1966, even though the petroleum industry still represented the largest actual monetary expenditure, other industries were expanding into the area, allowing Tyler to grow and prosper throughout the second half of the 20th century. Tyler is a prosperous and growing city, offering big city amenities, while still maintaining its pleasant and friendly small-town charm..

 

City Hall Location:
212 N. Bonner Ave.
 Tyler, Texas  75702

Phone:
(903) 531-1100

Website:
http://www.cityoftyler.org/

 whitehouse1

 A rapidly growing East Texas community, Whitehouse features superior city services, excellent school and numerous recreational opportunities nearby. Whitehouse is a community with small town charm and an eye on the future.

 

City Hall Location:
101 Bascom Rd
  Whitehouse, Texas  75791

Phone:
(903) 839-4914

Website:
http://www.whitehousetx.org/

 winona1

 At the intersection of FM 16 and Hwy 155, three miles north of Owentown in northeastern Smith County, Winona was not established until 1870 when the Winona Liberty Baptist Church was organized. In 1877 Winona became a station on the Tyler Tap Railway and a year later opened a post office. Since that time however, Winona has remained a small, charming  community of approximately 600 residents.

 

City Hall Location:
110 Dallas Street
  Winona, Texas  75792

Phone:
(903) 839-4914

Website:
http://www.winonatexas.com/