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Schertz is on the Bexar-Guadalupe county line and Farm Road 78, two miles southeast of Interstate Highway 35 and nineteen miles west of Seguin. It was named for Sebastian Schertz, who had a store there in 1875 when the Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio Railway built through the area. A post office called Cutoff opened at the community in 1884; the name was changed to Schertz in 1899. In 1890 the town had a cotton gin, a grocery, and an estimated 200 residents. By 1914 it included a church, a bank, and a hotel. The population remained at about 350 from the early 1930s to the late 1950s, but thereafter rapidly increased because of nearby Interstate Highway 35 and the outward expansion of San Antonio. When Schertz was incorporated in 1964, it reported 2,281 residents and twenty-four businesses; in 1988 it had 7,576 residents and eighty-six businesses. In 1990 the population of Schertz was 10,555, and the city had expanded into Comal County. The population grew to 18,694 in 2000.

Subdivisions in Schertz:

Arroyo Verde
Ashley Place
Aviation Heights
Belmont Park
Bentwood Ranch
Carolina Crossing
Cypress Point
Dove Meadows
Estates Of Kensington Ranch
Fairway Ridge
Fairways At Scenic Hills
Forest Ridge
Greenshire
Homestead
Jonas Woods
Kensington Ranch
Kramer Farm
Laura Heights Estates
Lone Oak
Mesa Oaks
Northcliffe
Oak Trail Estates
Reserve At Schertz
Rhine Valley
Riata
Riata Terrace
Rio Vista
Rittiman
Savannah Square
Scenic Hills
Schertz Forest
Sedona
Silvertree Park
The Crossvine
The Links at Scenic Hills
The Village
Trails At Kensingston Ranch
Whisper Meadow
Willow Grove
Wilsons Preserve
Woodbridge
Woodland Oaks
Wynnbrook

 

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