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Boundaries and History of Copper Canyon, TX
Boundaries of Copper Canyon, TX
Copper Canyon, TX is a residential community located west of Interstate 35E, about 8 miles south of Denton in south central Denton County. Copper Canyon has a C1 Census Class Code, which indicates an active incorporated place that does not serve as a county subdivision equivalent.
North Boundary (west to east): The north boundary begins on East Hickory Hill Road — .25 mile west of Copper Canyon Road. It moves east & southeast until in reaches Copper Canyon Road. Then about 100 feet northeast, then directly northwest (just north of) Copper Canyon Road until it’s just west of Copper Canyon Rd. From there, directly east 2 miles, south .5 mile, then eastward in a slightly “jagged” manner until it reaches Village Parkway — which is the northeast corner of the City.
East Boundary (north to south): Begins on the northeast corner of the City (described just above) directly south (just west of) Village Parkway to Orchard Hill Lane. East, across Village Parkway, and south to (just north of) Maurader Park. Then, west to where Poindexter Branch Creek changes direction (from east/west to north/south) — which is also directly northwest of the end of Buckingham Lane.
Then south, and aligning with Fairfield Lane to midway between Wimbledon Drive and Brighton Court. West .25 mile to Chinn Chapel Road. Heading south along Chinn Chapel Road until (.5 mile north of) where Chinn Chapel Road intersects with Via Italia Drive. This is the southeast corner of the City.
South Boundary (east to west): From the southeast corner of the City (described just above) the south boundary heads directly east to Jernigan Road. Then, directly south to Justin Road. West .25 mile, south 1 mile, west to (just west of) Tanglewood, and north to Justin Road. West until (.25 mile east of) Copper Canyon Road — which is the southwest corner of the City.
West Boundary (south to north): From the southwest corner of the city (described just above) north along Copper Canyon Road until (1 mile south of) Copper Hill Circle. Directly west (until .75 mile east of) Bonham Parkway, north 1.5 miles, then east to Copper Canyon Road.
North 2 miles along Copper Canyon Road, west 3 miles, north 4 miles, east 3 miles – back to Copper Canyon Road. North to Orchard Hill Lane, west 3 miles, north to East Hickory Hill Road. South along E. Hickory Hill Road to (.5 mile north of) the intersection of Copper Canyon Road and Twin Canyon Trail. Northeast 300 feet, then northwest (in alignment with) Hickory Hill Road to (just north of) where the direction of Copper Hill Road changes (from east/west to southeast/northwest) — which is the northwest corner of the City.
History of Copper Canyon, TX
Copper Canyon, TX incorporated on April 23, 1973, and adopted a mayor/council form of government. Robert B. Woodin served as the first mayor, and the council consisted of the town’s founders, including Bill Ferris, Arthur Huston, and Betty Harmon. By 1979 the Copper Canyon town hall was completed.
Copper Canyon has no commercial development and receives services such as police and fire protection from other area cities. It had a population of 465 in 1980 and 978 in 1990. In 2000 the population was 1,216, and in 2010 the population was 1,343. In July 2016, the population was 1,515.
SOURCE: Handbook of Texas Online, Laurie E. Jasinski, “Copper Canyon, TX,” accessed February 28, 2017, http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/hjc24