La Salle County Appraisal District
About La Salle County, Texas
La Salle County has a population estimated to be approaching 7,500 spread over 1,494 square miles, although 7.5 miles of these consist of water. The county, which is named after a 17th-century February explorer, René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle, was created in 1858 and reorganized in 1880. It is located in the southern part of Texas.
The county seat is Cotulla, which officially houses approximately half of the population although in 2014 the city declared its population to be 7,000. Cotulla is named after a Polish immigrant, Joseph Cotulla, who after setting up a large ranch moved on to establish the town after discovering that the International-Great Northern Railroad was planning to bring the railroad to La Salle County. A railroad depot was constructed at Cotulla in 1882 and a post office was built in 1883.
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