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PLEAK, TEXAS


Fort Bend County, Texas Gulf Coast

2929'3" N, 9548'36" W (29.484144, -95.810087)

Highway 36
4.5 miles S of Rosenberg
8 Miles S of Richmond the county seat
8 miles N of Needville
ZIP code 77469
Area code 281
Population: 1,675 Est. (2019 )
1,044 ( 2010) 947 (2000) 746 (1990)

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Pleak Texas - Fire Dept Sign
Pleak Fire Dept Sign
Photo courtesy Ken Rudine, July 2007

Historyon a Pinhead

The community come about with the discovery of the nearby Pleak oilfield in the 1920s. About 150 students attended the school in the mid 1920s, although no early population figures are available. The town incorporated in 1980 as the Village of Pleak and the population went from 746 in 1992 to the current 1,044 ( 2010).



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Pleak, Texas Nearby Towns:
Richmond the county seat
Rosenberg
Needville
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