Physical features consist of rolling prairies that drain to the Brazos and San Jacinto Rivers, with alluvial soils, and the area is one-fifth forested. Much of the vegetation consists of cultivated prairie grassland and pastureland. Recreation consists of fishing, hunting, historic sites,historical museums, Chamber of commerce Festivals, and the Waller County Fair.
Over the last 20 years, significant population growth has occurred. The "0-24" age group was the largest and fastest growing age group in Waller County, although this may be skewed by the college population of Prairie View A&M University.
The 1995 County household income was nearly equivalent to 1990 levels, although 25. 1 % lower than in 1979.
Average annual temperature: 70º
Average low temperature in January: 39º
Average high temperature in July: 95º
Prevailing wind direction: Southeast, average speeds of 8 mph
Coldest month: January
Hottest month: July
Date of last freeze: February 24
Date of first freeze: December 4
Altitude above mean sea level: 110-249'
Length of growing season: 283 days
Wettest month: May
Driest month: March
Average annual rainfall: 38.20"
Commissioner Pct 1
John A. Amsler
Commissioner Pct 2
Walter E. Smith
Commissioner Pct 3
Commissioner Pct 4
Constable, Pct. 1
Constable, Pct 2
Constable, Pct 3
Constable, Pct 4
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