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Area Code 713 Location - Texas

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Area Code 713, Texas Cities, Neighborhoods and Local Features

  • Alvin
  • Atascocita
  • Baytown
  • Channelview
  • Cloverleaf
  • Deer Park
  • Friendswood
  • South Houston
  • La Porte
  • League City
  • Mission Bend
  • Missouri City
  • Pasadena
  • Pearland
  • Rosenberg
  • Spring
  • Sugar Land
  • The Woodlands


Texas is a well-known state that belongs to the United States of North America. It is a state with many natural resources, including water and oil. The capital is the city of Austin but the most populous city in the entire state is Houston. The origin of his name is imprecise. It is presumed that the Spaniards when they arrived in Texas observed a large amount of a tree called Sabino and whose resemblance to the plant as texo or texa, originating in Spain, could confuse them and think that it was the same tree, and for this reason, they named Texas territory. Its surface is of an approximate 696 241 km² whose (2, 5%) 17 570 km² are of water. The oil exploitation in Texas dates from the same date of its discovery at the beginning of the year 1900, which produced a growth in the economy and an accelerated migration of people from Mexico from other states of the United States. Texas is also known as The Lone Star State, which means "It's the state of the lonely star"

Pasadena CityPasadena is located southeast of the city of Houston and belongs to Harris County, Texas. It is located in the county as the second largest city. Its foundation dates back to 1893 and its founder was John H. Burnett. Its surface is 114.65 km², 110.75 km² are of land and (3.4%) 3.9 km² is of water. Its altitude corresponds to 6 ms. n. m. According to the 2010 census, Pasadena had a population of approximately 149,043 inhabitants while its population density was located at 1299.97 inhabitants per km². The Karankawa Indians were the first to inhabit the region before the arrival of the Europeans. The origin of its name is discussed; some historians affirm that the Pasadena word in old Spanish meant "Land of flowers". However, there are no documents to support it. Its climate is similar to Houston. Winter is usually mild and summer hot and humid.


The Woodlands was designated by the CDP as a planned community. Almost entirely it is located in Montgomery County and a territory shared with Harris County. In the year 2010, its population was 93847 inhabitants while its population density was located at 826.29 inhabitants per square kilometer. Its surface area is 113.58 km², of which 112.07 km² are land and (1.32%) 1.5 km² is water. Its ZIP code is 77380. Regarding its racial density, for the year 2010, it had the following figures: The white population occupied 88.39%, the African-American population 2.42%, the Asians represented 4.93%, the Amerindians 0.34%, and a 0.07% occupied the islanders from the Pacific, while 12.25% were occupied by Latinos and Hispanics. The Lone Star College is located in The Woodlands. It also has The Woodlands College Park High School and The Woodlands High School.

Pearland CityPearland belongs to the county of Brazoria in the state of Texas and shares a smaller territory with the counties of Harris and Fort Bend, the United States. In 2010 its population was 91,252 inhabitants and its population density was 742.3 inhabitants per square kilometer. Its surface covers a total of 122.93 km², of which 121, 77 km² are land and (0, 94%) 1, 16 km² are water, its altitude is 15 m s. n. m. For the year 2010, the population at racial level was located with the following percentages: 61.97% were white people, in 16.4% the African-American community was located, the Amerindians occupied 0.47%, and the Asians represented 12.39%, 0.04% % were islanders from Pacific islands, while Latinos and Hispanics were 20.49%. The Shadow Creek Ranch is a popular neighborhood in the area. The city limits include: Brookside Village and Houston to the north, the city of Manvel to the south, and to the south with Friendswood. In the year 2010 Pearland, due to the fact that its population between the year 2000 and the year 2010 showed a growth of just over 142 percent, was cataloged as "the fastest growing city" of the entire United States of America. Pearland figures as the 3rd largest city in Houston.

League City located in Galveston County of the state of Texas. By 2010, its population was 83,560 inhabitants and its population density was around 608.78 per square kilometer. It has an area of ​​137.26 km² whose 132.84 km² are of land and the remaining (3.22%) 4.42 km² are of water. The census conducted in 2010, the indices of races that made up the population were as follows: 79.47% were white, 7.12% were African-American race, 0.43% represented the Amerindian community, and 5.39% occupied the Asians, the Pacific Islanders were 0.06%, while Hispanics and Latinos occupied 17.29%. In the region, there are numerous tourist centers, among which are: The South Shore Harbor Resort and Conference Center, the Yacht Club Marina and Waterford Harbor, these 3 are the most popular and most visited in the region. Previously, Galveston was the largest city in the county; however, it was surpassed by League City in 2005.

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