Christmas Light Installers in Austin, TX 78737 with Christmas Installation in Bear Creek, Buda, Driftwood,Dripping Springs, Hays, Kyle, Mountain City, San Marcos, Wimberley, Woodcreek and more.
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Christmas Light Installers in Austin, TX 78737 with Christmas installation in Bear Creek, Buda, Driftwood, Dripping Springs, Hays, Kyle, Mountain City, San Marcos, Wimberley, Woodcreek
omes in the 78737 zip code make up the southwest connection between Austin and the town of Dripping Springs. Located south of Highway 290 and extending past R.M. 1826, 78737 offers picturesque living in the Texas Hill Country with large fenced properties, plenty of open spaces, small country roads, and custom ranch homes and land. Neighborhoods in the 78737 zip code include Oak Run, Appaloosa Run, Signal Hill, Cedar Ridge Estates, Southwest Hills, Hills of Texas Estate, and various smaller neighborhoods of northeast Dripping Springs.
The area surrounding the 78737 zip code, is a burgeoning area with plenty of small shopping amenities, restaurants nearby along the “Y” split and Escarpment Boulevard, Grey Rock Golf Course, which is part of the Circle C Ranch, and the Seton Southwest Hospital.
Families in Dripping Springs and Southwest Austin are served by the intersection of the Austin ISD, Dripping Springs ISD, and Hays CISD, all of which offers exemplary schools for kindergarten up through high school.
Notable locations in zip code 78737: Heissner Ranch (A), Koenig Ranch (B), Sawyer Ranch (C), Signal Hill Ranch (D), Driftwood Volunteer Fire Department (E).
Church in zip code 78737: Friendship Church (A).
Cemetery: Johnson Cemetery (1).
Creek: Cambrian Creek (A). Hays County is a county located on the Edwards Plateau in the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2010 census, its official population had reached 157,107. The county seat is San Marcos. The county is named for John Coffee Hays, a Texas Ranger and Mexican–American War officer.
Hays County is part of the Austin-Round Rock, TX Metropolitan Statistical Area.
6000 b.c. Paleo-Indians first inhabitants
1200 a.d. Archeological evidence at Timmeron site indicates Tonkawa tribe involved in agriculture.
1709 Father Isidro Félix de Espinosa, Father Antonio de San Buenaventura y Olivares and Pedro de Aguirre expedition.
1714 French-Canadian explorer Louis Juchereau de St. Denis attacked by Comanches
1755 Mission San Francisco Xavier de los Dolores established among Apache tribe.
1831 Coahuila y Tejas issues land grant to Juan Martín de Veramendi.
1832 Coahuila y Tejas issues land grant to Juan Vicente Campos.
1834 Coahuila y Tejas issues land grant to Thomas Jefferson Chambers.
1835 The Mexican government issues land grant to the first Anglo-American settler in the county, Thomas G. McGhee ofTennessee.
1848 March 1 - The legislature forms Hays County from Travis. The county is named for Tennessee transplant Captain John Coffee Hays of the Texas Rangers. San Marcos is named as the county seat.
1858 The legislature establishes Blanco from part of Hays, but incorporates part of Comal into Hays. Risher and Hall Stage Lines, controls 16 of 31 passenger and mail lines.in Texas.
1861 County favors secession from the Union
1862 The legislature transfers more of Comal County to Hays.
1867 First cattle drive from Hays County to Kansas.
1880 International-Great Northern Railroad completed from Austin to San Marcos.
1896 Camp Ben McCulloch, named after Brigadier General, was organized for reunions of United Confederate Veterans.
1899 Teacher’s college Southwest Texas State Normal School is established in San Marcos.
1900 Wonder Cave opens to the public.
1908 Current Hays County Courthouse in San Marcos erected. Beaux-Arts style by Architect C.H. Page & Bros.
1928 Aquarena Springs tourist site opens in San Marcos.
1930 Lyndon Baines Johnson graduates from Southwest Texas State Teachers College.
1942 San Marcos Army Air Field begins construction.
1953 San Marcos Army Air Field is renamed Gary Air Force Base to honor Second Lieutenant Arthur Edward Gary, the first San Marcos resident killed in World War II.
1955 State legislature re-surveys the Hays and Travis county lines, adding 16,000 acres (65 km2) to Hays
1964 U.S. President Lyndon Johnson announces establishment of a Job Corps center based at the deactivated Gary Air Force Base.