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History <Back>

The recorded history of the area began in 1836, when the General Land Office offered land in the county in exchange for military service. In 1854 Father Peter La Cour, built a church near the present town site.

The community formed after 1878, when Charles Lander Cleveland deeded 63.6 acres of land to the Houston, East and West Texas Railway for the sum of one dollar, with a request that a station bear his name.

Cleveland's official incorporation was in 1935.


Population <Back>






Industry <Back>

Cleveland has been a shipping point for timber, lumber, and lumber byproducts since the 1870s. Oil, gas, cattle and farm products are important to the town's economy.


City Officials <Back>


Monique McDuffie-Davis

Council Members

Eddie Lowery
Durlene Davis
Bill McAdams
Willie Carter
Glen Dodson

City Administrators

Chamber of Commerce - Joan Meadows 281-592-8786
City Manager - Phillip Cook 281-592-2667
City Secretary - Kelly McDonald 281-592-2667
City Attorney - Kenneth Wall 713-759-0696
Chief of Police - Ike Hines 281-592-2621
EMS Director/Fire Chief - Steve Wheeler 281-592-4044
City Inspector - John Davis 281-592-2667
Public Works Director - Larry Bryant 282-592-3501
Airport Manager - Alf Vien 281-592-1282
School Superintendent - Terry Myers 281-592-8718
Hospital CEO - Ron MacLaren 281-593-2195


Schools <Back>

School Superintendent - Terry Myers 281-592-8718

Cleveland ISD





Junior High(6-8)

High School(9-12)


Demographics <Back>


Location <Back>

Liberty County, 40 miles north of Houston, at the intersection of U.S. Hwy. 59 and Texas Hwys 105 & 321. Cleveland is located in the tri-County area of Liberty, San Jacinto and Montgomery Counties. There are many Cleveland addresses located outside of Liberty county.

Tax Structure <Back>

City - Rate 0.4628
County - Rate 0.5810
School - Rate 1.6000
Trade Zone Duty Free

Garbage <Back>

Western Waste

Utilities <Back>

Electric- Entergy
Natural Gas-Reliant Entergy/Entex (281)-592-3762

Telephone <Back>

Sage Telecom

Southwestern Bell

Television/ Cable <Back>

Tri-Cities Cablevision
CMA (281) 592-4057
Classic Cable (800) 283-8688
Northland Cable (281) 689-2048
Water Wells <Back>
Capacity 4,000,000 GPD
Storage 500,000 (elevated)
1,490,000 (surface)
consumption 1,000,000 GPD

Sanitation (2 Plants) <Back>
Capacity 1,950,000 GPD

Labor <Back>

Commuting- 83,000

Newspapers <Back>

Cleveland Advocate (281)-592-2626

The Illustrated Paperboy (281)-592-5356

Eastex Pictorial Advocate (281)-592-2626

Banks <Back>

First Bank & Trust (281)-592-4661

Main Street Bank (281)-593-1765

Prosperity Bank (281)-592-2661

South Trust Bank (281)-592-4626

Airport <Back>

Aviation Services (281)-592-1282

5000' runway
(rest facility and fuel available)

Railroads <Back>
Southern Pacific

Santa Fe


Major Highways <Back>
U.S. 59, TX 105, TX 321


Maps <Back>

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First we must obtain permission for use of copyrighted material.

Aerial Photo 1995

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