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Huntsville is in Walker County, near Conroe and Madisonville. Homes for rent will give families a beautiful place to live, with locations such as Eastham Thomason Park, Farmhouse Cafe, Huntsville ISD Ropes Course, Cinestar of Huntsville, West Hill Mall, Gibbs Park, State Park, Pritchett Field, Huntsville Memorial Hospital and Margarita's Mexican.

Interesting Facts About Huntsville

  • The city was founded in the 1800s. Pleasant and Ephraim Gray settled the region, and Huntsville originally served as a trading post. The name comes from the Gray's home in Alabama, clearly meant to make them feel more at home in Texas.
  • The Gray's post helped foster trade with numerous Native American tribes in the area. These included the Coushatta, Bidai and Alabama Native American tribes. Trading relations were generally amicable.
  • Many independent farmers flocked to the area of contemporary Huntsville. Colonists also came to Huntsville to capitalize on natural resources, such as timber. 
  • Huntsville had a bevy of newspapers vying for the attention of the public. These included the Texas Banner, the Texas Medium, Texas Presbyterian, Montgomery Patriot, the Union Republican and a number of other journalistic organs.

Resources for Renters

  • The city's website will help renters undertake a variety of tasks. For example, there's a page called "Doing Business" that details the municipal code, building permits, forms for business, the development code and the city's demographics, among other essential links regarding business. The site also has more casual information for renters, such as community parks, recreational events, the city's swimming pool, youth and adult sports and a water quality report. 
  • Huntsville School District's website will keep potential renters aware of what education is like in the district. Renters can check out the human resources page, which has comprehensive information on school district forms, personnel policies and other links relevant to education in the city. The site also has a page called "Welcome" that lists general information about the district.