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Borders and History of Sunnyvale, Texas
Borders of Sunnyvale, TX:
Sunnyvale, TX has an eastern boundary along Lake Ray Hubbard. It is located 4 miles west of I-635 / LBJ Freeway, and located mostly south of I-30 and north of U.S. Highway 80. There is a small portion of the City south of Highway 80.
North: The north boundary begins at N. Beltline Road and follows a creek heading east and turning south to Barns Bridge Road. It continues east along Barns Bridge Road until ending (just west of) Barns Bridge Park — which is the northeast corner of the City.
East: (north to south) The eastern border is the (western) shore of Lake Ray Hubbard, until Gloria Road, where the boundary moves (west) futher from the shoreline. The border heads southeasterly until somewhat aligning with Duck Creek Way. It turns directly south at the (northwest corner of) the water treatment facility, and continues south E. Scyene Rd. — which is the southeast corner of the city.
South: E. Scyene Rd. from (just east of) Wheatland Raod to Lawson Rd — which is the southeast corner of the City.
West: West boundary begins at Towne East Blvd. South on (just west of ) Plantation Street. East on (just south of) Alton Street, south on (1 mile west of) North Belt Line Road. East on Tripp Street along (just south of) E. Tripp Rd to (just west of) Jobson Road, south to (just south of) Wheatland Drive, south to E. Scyene Rd — which is the southwest corner of the City.
History of Sunnyvale, TX
The site where Sunnyvale, TX is located was part of about 45 original land grants. The largest four were those of J. Johnson, P. Green, M. A. Freeman, and T. D. Coats. Sunnyvale was incorporated on February 26, 1953. The town also incorporated the communities of New Hope, Tripp, Hattersville, and Long Creek.
New Hope and Tripp each had several stores, a church, and a school at the time of incorporation. The area of old New Hope along Beltline Road became Main Street in Sunnyvale, and in 1965 the old New Hope school served as the Sunnyvale town hall. By 1982 the building served as the city library.
Sunnyvale was named by the students of the Tripp-Long Creek school, in a contest initiated by area officials. The students originally chose Sunnyville, but that name was already claimed by another community. In 1958, Sunnyvale had a population of 1,000 and 1 industrial-equipment factory. By 1982, the population began to grow, and by 1991 the community had five construction-related industries and one drilling-equipment manufacturer. On October 4, 1994, a 105-year-old landmark store, Lander’s Mercantile-E. E. Kearney burned.
The population in 1990 was 2,228. In 2000 the population was 2,693. By 2010, Sunnyvale’s population had nearly doubled to 5,150.
SOURCE:Handbook of Texas Online, Matthew Hayes Nall, “Sunnyvale, TX,” accessed February 14, 2017, http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/hjs32.