Austin


Austin County is named for Stephen F. Austin who is known as the "Father of Texas." Cities in Austin County:Bellville (county seat), Industry, Sealy and Wallis.Unincorporated communitie: Bleiblerville, Cat Spring, Kenney, Nelsonville, New Ulm, Shelby and Welcome. Austin County covers 656 square miles on the boundary between the Post Oak Savannah and the Coastal Prairie regions of Texas. The terrain varies from rolling hills in the northern, western, and central sections to a nearly level coastal prairie in the south. Elevations range from 460 feet above sea level in the northwest to 120 feet in the southeast. Most of the area lies within the drainage basin of the Brazos River, which forms the eastern border of the county. The margins of the western and southern sections of the county are drained by the San Bernard River, which forms much of the county's western border. The northwestern portion of the county lies in a zone of blackland prairie surfaced by dark clays and grayish-brown sandy and clay loams.
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