Gulf Coast
2010 Census - 1,715
2000 Census - 1,611
Danbury, Texas
Danbury Texas History:
Danbury was established around the Missouri Pacific Railroad in 1905-1906. The railroad gave access to hundreds of acres of rich farmland that had been previously inaccessible. Land promoters purchased huge tracks of land and promoted it in the North and Midwestern U.S. A demonstration garden was planted, and businesses opened. Because the area’s greatest industry was truck farming, shipping docks were built on Austin Bayou, 2 miles southeast of Danbury. By 1916 most of the northerners had departed, discouraged by freezes, floods and storms, and Czech farmers began to move into the area. An airfield was built in Danbury during World War I. Planes from Ellington Field landed there, and then flew on to West Columbia as part of the cross-country flight-training program. Danbury was incorporated in 1960. Rice farming, and cattle ranching were the primary industries in 1990. The 2010 Danbury census was 1,715. Danbury is located on near Austin Bayou, on Spur 28, 2 miles southeast of SH 35, 43 miles southwest of La Port, 42 miles southwest of Galveston, 16 miles southwest of Alvin, 6 miles southwest of Liverpool, 42 miles south of Houston, 44 miles southeast of Needville, 22 miles north of Freeport, 24 miles slightly northwest of Surfside Beach, and 7 miles northeast of Angleton, Texas.
Danbury Public Library, Danbury, TX:
The library provides traditional library programs, children, youth and adult programs, summer programs, public access computers with internet connections, and free Wi-Fi. Open Mon, Wed & Fri, 10am-6pm; Tue & Thu, 1pm-8pm; closed Saturdays and Sundays. (979) 922-1905. 1720 N. Main Street, Danbury. The town of Danbury is 6 miles southwest of Liverpool, Texas.  Email 
Event Venue - Danbury American Legion Post #501:
(832) 434-6269.  Email Jesse Montelongo   
Annual Houston Rodeo Texas Independence Association Trail Ride, Brazoria to Houston, Feb:
This108 mile trail ride was established in 1961. The 2015 trail began on Saturday, February 21 with 150 riders and 8 wagons. On Saturday they went on a 15-mile circle ride and took breaks at FM 523 at CR 233, and at Cemetery Road and SH 288. They spent the night at the Brazoria County Fairgrounds at 901 S. Downing Street, Angleton. On Sunday they left the fairgrounds on CR 428i and took a break on the exit road before CR 171. Lunch was at Skrabanek Park at 5th and Main Streets in Danbury, Texas. They spent the night at the Alvin Rotary Park on CR 172 in Alvin Texas. On Monday they left for the 11.7-mile ride to the Alvin Youth Arena on CR 351, 0.25 miles north of FM 517, in Alvin.  They took a break at Old Roadside Park on SH 35 North. Lunch was in the Kroger parking lot on SH 35 North. On Tuesday they traveled 14 miles to the Johnson Space Center, 1601 NASA Road 1 (Clear Lake City) where they spent the night. They took breaks at the corner of FM 528 and Lundy Lane, and in the HEB parking lot on FM 528, and had lunch in the Kroger parking lot on FM 528. On Wednesday they headed out on FM 528 for the 13-mile ride to their overnight camping site at the Moose Lodge, 3919 Pansy Street, Pasadena, Texas. They took a break at Bay Area Park (7500 Bay Area Boulevard, 77058), had lunch at the Pasadena Fire Department on Genoa Red Bluff, and took a break on the shoulder of Fairmont Parkway. On Thursday, they left for the 13-mile ride to their overnight camp at 4320 Old Spanish Trail, Houston. They took a morning break in the parking lot on the corner of Allen-Genoa and Spencer. Lunch was at the Foodarama on Hwy. 3 and Howard. They took a break at the closed Bennigan’s, past the YMCA and across from Enterprise Bank. On Friday they took morning breaks at Cullen and the IH-45 feeder road, and at Break Gray and Taft. Lunch was at the Depelchin Center, 4950 Memorial Drive. They spent the night at Memorial Park (6501 Memorial Drive, 77007). They road 11.3 miles on Friday.  Texas Independence Trail Ride Association 2018 Daily Schedule
Annual American Legion Post #501 BBQ Lunch & Auction, Feb:
Activities is a paid plate lunch and a 12:30pm auction. All proceeds benefit Boys and Girls State, DHS Project Graduation, and the Danbury Boy Scouts. This event is held from 11am-2pm at the American Legion Post. 
March 2-4, 2018
Annual Red, White & Blue Festival, 1st Weekend in March:
Activities include a Friday night chili cook-off, a BBQ cook-off, children’s activities, food vendors, arts and crafts, a washer tournament, a street dance and a silent auction. The Danbury Civic Club hosts this event. (979) 922-1154. This event is held at Skrabanek Park in downtown Danbury at 5th and Main Streets.  Email  
Annual American Legion Post #501 Veterans Day Parade, Nov 11:
Prior to the parade is the breakfast for Veterans, Active Duty Personal and First Responders at St. Anthony de Padua Catholic Church Parish Hall, 1523 Main Street. American Legion: (832) 434-6269. St. Anthony: (979) 922-1240.  Email Jesse Montelongo
October 12-18, 2018
Annual Brazoria County Fair, Livestock Show & Rodeo in Angleton, October:
Activities include live entertainment, a carnival, a BBQ cook-off, a livestock show and rodeo, auctions, a parade, pageants, contests, a pet parade, tricycle races, a youth horseshow, commercial exhibits, live music, a science fair and more. (979) 849-6416. This event is held at the Brazoria County Fair Grounds. 901 S. Downing Street, Angleton, Texas.

Varner Creek Winery, Angleton:
The produce elderberry, jalapeno, loquat and other wines, including meads made from honey. They are new and did not have a tasting room in spring 2018. They do wine tastings by appointment. (979) 236-0659. 1014 North Velasco, Angleton, Texas. 
Main Street Steakhouse & Bar, Danbury, TX:  
They serve delicious food including the steaks and seafood for which they receive great reviews. (979) 308-4308. 1802 Main Street, Danbury, Texas.  Reviews
Filipp's Cafe:  
This is a local hangout. (979) 922-8639.2315 Hoskins Mound Road.  Reviews