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JACINTO CITY, TEXAS

Harris County, Texas Gulf Coast

29 45' 56" N, 95 14' 25" W (29.765556, -95.240278)

Hwy 90, I-10 and Hwy 610
9 miles E of Houston
18 miles W of Baytown
47 miles N of Galveston
Population: 10,696 Est. (2016)
10,553 (2010) 10,302 (2000) 9,343 (1990)

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History in a Pecan Shell

Named after the Battleground of the Texas Revolution, began in 1941 when Frank Sharp built a subdivision to house steel mills and war industry workers. After the war the population was 3,800 and the town incorporated.

Jacinto City holds the state record for the number of chambers of commerce in operation at one time. In the 1950s they had three separate chambers.

Most residents were refinery workers and their children attended Houston and Galena Park schools.

Population Record High 11,500 in 1964.

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Jacinto City, Texas Nearby Towns:
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Baytown
Galveston
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