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County
Williamson
Region
Hill Country
Population
2010 Census - 967
2000 Census - 1,409
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Towns
Liberty Hill, Texas
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Liberty Hill Texas History:
Early settlers Taylor Smith, Greenleaf Fisk and U.H. Anderson arrived in the 1840s. In 1853, the Liberty Hill post office opened at the stage stop, three miles west of the present townsite. Prior to 1882, the post office and stage stop moved further east two times, prompting residents to follow. After the Austin and Northwestern Railroad bypassed Liberty Hill in 1882, the community again moved east to the railroad. After this move, the community began to grow, though through 1990 the population never topped 500. The area's economy during the 1980s was primarily agricultural, though local growth was increasing as workers moved to the community and commuted to jobs elsewhere. Liberty Hill is located on SH 29 between the north and south forks of the San Gabriel River, 35 miles northeast of Lakeway, 33.4 miles northeast of Marble Falls, 21 miles northeast of Lago Vista, 41 miles east of Kingsland and Lake LBJ, 33.5 miles southeast of the town of Buchanan Dam and Lake Buchanan, 20.5 miles southeast of Burnet, 10 miles southeast of Bertram, 40 miles southeast of Lampasas, 38 miles southwest of Salado, 35 miles southwest of Granger, 10.8 miles southwest of Andice, 15 miles northwest of Georgetown, 36 miles northwest of Taylor, 23.5 miles northwest of Round Rock, 21 miles slightly northwest of Walburg, 15.4 miles northwest of Cedar Park, 8.6 miles northwest of Leander, and 34.7 miles northwest of Austin, Texas.
 
Liberty Hill International Sculpture Garden:
The 26 sculptures were created by sculptors from all over the World who were attending the during the 1976 Liberty Hill International Sculpture Symposium. The park is located on the grounds of the Liberty Hill Intermediate School, 101 Loop 332.
 
Austin Community College at Liberty Hill:
(512) 223-7000. Classes are held at the Liberty Hill High School on Loop 332.
 
Liberty Hill Public Library:
The library provides traditional library programs, children, youth and adult programs, summer programs, public access computers with internet connections, free computer classes, and free Wi-Fi. Open Mon-Wed & Fri, 10am-5pm; Thu, 10am-8pm; Sat, 10am-3pm; closed Sundays. (512) 778-6400. The library is located at 355 Loop 332, in Foundation Park.
 
Annual Williamson County Livestock Association Youth Fair, Jan, Georgetown, TX:
This event is held at the Georgetown Arena in San Gabriel Park at 445 East Morrow Street, Georgetown, Texas 78726. Contacts
 
Dahlia Café:
This popular café serves outstanding home cooked food including chicken fried steak, pork chops, meatloaf, fish, and other menu items. (512) 515-7772. The restaurant is located in Liberty Hill at 2450 RR 1869. Reviews 
 
Hill Country Cafe:
(512) 778-9020. 3000 RR 1869. Reviews
 
Happy Wok:
(512) 548-0095. 13750 West SH 29. Reviews
 
Andice General Store & Photos, Andice, TX:
This general store is located in an old post office and general store building featuring wooden floors. This area favorite serves large delicious hamburgers, chicken fried steak, sandwiches, fries, onion rings, and more. It also sells general goods. (254) 793-3971. The store is located at 6500 FM 970, 0.75 miles east of U.S. 183, 10 miles south of Florence, and 15 miles northwest of Georgetown. From Georgetown take RR 2338 (Williams Drive) north for 15 miles. From Leander take U.S. 183 north for approximately 15 miles and then turn east on FM 2338 (Williams Drive). Andice is located 10.4 miles northeast of Liberty Hill, Texas. Andice Texas Map  Andice Area Map  Reviews