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Suburbs & Bedroom Communities in Tyler, Texas



Suburbs & Bedroom Communities in Tyler, Texas

The largest business, medical, and retail hub in East Texas is Tyler, which is midway between Dallas and Shreveport. The city is located at an elevation of roughly 545 feet and has rolling hills.

The county seat and location of Smith County in Texas is Tyler.

Smith County has an area of 949 square miles, compared to Tyler’s 50 square miles.

According to the Federal 2020 Census, Tyler has a population of 105,995 while Smith County has a population of 233,479.

Tyler Area Map Towns, Cities, and Suburbs
A variety of small towns and cities can be found in and around Tyler in Smith County as well as in the other counties. Many residents of these far suburbs commute to Tyler for employment, shopping, and business.

According to the map below, these towns include Lindale, Winona, New Chapel Hill, Noonday, Whitehouse, Troup, Arp, Chandler, Flint, Gresham, Bullard, and others. On the map, Smith County is highlighted in red.

Interactive Tyler, Texas Map
Several maps of the Tyler, Texas metropolitan region are available on this website. They come from organisations including Smith County, the Smith County Appraisal District SCAD, the University of Texas at Austin, and the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.

East Texas City Governments in the Neighborhood
Town of Arp
Big Sandy City
East Texas City Governments in the Neighborhood
Cities include Bullard, Chandler, Coffee City, and Frankston.
City of Winona City of Lindale City of Noonday City of Overton City of Troup

East Texas Chambers of Commerce in the neighbourhood
Lake Palestine Business Chamber
Whitehouse Chamber of Commerce, Troup Chamber of Commerce, Lindale Chamber of Commerce, Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, Hawkins Area Chamber of Commerce, and Chapel Hill Chamber of Commerce are nearby East Texas Chambers of Commerce

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