The city of Cleveland began forming in 1878 when Charles Lander Cleveland, a local judge, donated 63.6 acres of land to the Houston East & West Texas Railway (now part of the Union Pacific Railroad) for use as a stop, requesting that the town be named for him. The forests around Cleveland, including Sam Houston National Forest, which is located just to its north, are a resort for many inhabitants of the Houston area, who come to camp, hike, hunt, and fish. Cleveland has several historic sites and public recreational facilities, including two parks. The Austin Memorial Library Center offers a wide range of services to the community, and the Texan Theater and the annual livestock show and rodeo, Dairy Days, provide entertainment. Commercially, Cleveland has been a shipping point for timber, lumber, and lumber byproducts since the 1870s. A large medical community, oil, gas, cattle, farm products, and sand and gravel are important to the town’s economy. The general trend toward urbanization of the entire area is reflected by the city’s fast growing population and local economy. Mortgage and loan buyers in Cleveland have also seen steady growth. As a local Texas company, Alamo Note Buyers offers a superior understanding of State laws, to get you through the process of selling your note faster than anyone else!
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Liberty County Appraisal District Assessor/Collector
Liberty County Appraisal District
City of Cleveland’s Official Website
Cleveland Chamber of Commerce