Our Community

A Little History

Founded in 1891, the town was named in honor of Captain William M. Eastland, who participated in the battle of San Jacinto. In 1917, oil was discovered and a boom was started which lasted until 1922.



Eastland Today

Eastland is well known for several area attractions. Lake Leon, 28,000 acres of wonderful fishing, is located seven miles southeast of the town. The Majestic Theatre, a beautiful, historical facility, was built by one of Eastland's founding fathers, C.U. Connellee, in 1920. It now features current hit films each Friday through Monday and houses Eastland's Little Theatre Group. The late Marene Johnson-Johnson and other stamp buffs created a Stamp Mural, which contains exactly 11,217 stamps. It is located in the Eastland Post Office and features a central image of Benjamin Franklin.

Below are some links that you can find additional information about our community and surrounding area.



Eastland Area Information

Eastland County Website
Eastland Chamber of Commerce
Eastland History and Geneology Records

Eastland Newspapers

Eastland Newspaper

Schools

Eastland, Texas Schools

Statistics / Economy

Eastland Economic Development
Eastland, Texas
U.S. Census Bureau

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Our mission statement and our motto describes our attitude of commitment and personal care to the communities we serve. This spirit of caring started in 1952 when the hospital was originally built by the citizens of Eastland with volunteer labor and donated supplies. It is through this commitment to our community that Eastland has grown to be what it is today. Our History gives us the spirit and pride to serve our community to the very best of our ability, both now and in the future.