Uvalde County Appraisal District
About Uvalde County, Texas
Uvalde County was formed in 1850 and organized in 1856. Its current population is approximately 26,500 spread across 1,559 square miles of territory (of which, 1,552 square miles consist of land). The county is named after the Spanish governor of Coahuila, Juan de Ugalde and the county seat is Uvalde. Both Uvalde and Uvalde County were founded by Reading Wood Black, although the city of Uvalde was originally called Encina.
Uvalde houses close to 16,000 citizens and is known as the Honey Capital of the World for production of huajillo honey, which is a mild, light-colored product that dates back to the 1870s.
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