Where is your Santo Texas?

Where is your Santo Texas?

Santo is an unincorporated community in Palo Pinto County, Texas, United States. It lies on Farm to Market Road 4, 14 miles south of Palo Pinto, and has an estimated population of 315.

Is Santo TX safe?

Santo is in the 86th percentile for safety, meaning 14% of cities are safer and 86% of cities are more dangerous. This analysis applies to Santo’s proper boundaries only. See the table on nearby places below for nearby cities. The rate of crime in Santo is 14.58 per 1,000 residents during a standard year.

What county is Santo in?

Palo Pinto County
Santo is on Farm roads 4, 129, and 2201 and the Missouri Pacific Railroad, in southeast Palo Pinto County. It was founded by J. D. T. Bearden between 1850 and 1860 and was originally called Grand Ranch.

What is the zip code for Santo Texas?

Santo/Zip codes

What is there to do in Santo Texas?

Essential Santo

  • Eagle Mountain Farmhouse Cheese. Farms, Lessons & Workshops.
  • Old Jail Museum Complex. Speciality Museums.
  • Palo Pinto County Courthouse. Government Buildings, Points of Interest & Landmarks.
  • Greystone Castle.
  • The Baker Hotel Ghost Walk.
  • Mineral Wells Fossil Park.
  • Haunted Hill House.
  • Famous Mineral Water Company.

How did Santo Texas get its name?

But Texas already had a Sparta in Bell County and the post office didn’t want a lot of misdirected mail, so Sparta became Santo, named either for John Santo Statti, the local Texas and Pacific Railroad agent, or from an early settler named J. A. Santo. In 1920 Santo had its post office and a thriving population of 500.

What county is Palo Pinto TX in?

Palo Pinto/Counties

Is there a burn ban in Palo Pinto County?

BURN BAN IS OFF, Updated September 30, 2021. BURN BAN IS OFF, Updated September 30, 2021. Please contact 940-328-7588 for COVID vaccine related questions.

What is the meaning of Palo Pinto?

painted stick
The term Palo Pinto Mountains properly refers to a specific cuesta-like range of hills in western Palo Pinto County, Texas. The name Palo Pinto roughly translates to “painted stick” in reference to the juniper trees of the area.

What towns are in Palo Pinto County?

Palo Pinto
Palo Pinto County/Cities

Does Mineral Wells have a burn ban?

Open burning is allowed within the City of Mineral Wells with a permit.

What cities are in Palo Pinto County?