Tyler, situated about half-way between Dallas and Shreveport, is the largest retail, medical, and business center in East Texas. The city features rolling hills, and has an elevation of about 544 feet.
Tyler is located in, and the county seat of, Smith County, Texas.
Tyler occupies an area of about 50 square miles, while Smith County covers about 949 square miles.
According to the Federal 2020 Census, the population of Tyler is 105,995, and the population of Smith County is 233,479.
Located around Tyler in Smith County, as well as in neighboring counties, are a number of small cities and communities. Many people that live in these outlying suburbs work, shop and conduct business in Tyler.
These communities include Lindale, Winona, New Chapel Hill, Noonday, Whitehouse, Troup, Arp, Chandler, Flint, Gresham, Bullard and others, as shown in the map below. Smith County is outlined in red in the map.
Whitehouse Chamber of Commerce
Troup Chamber of Commerce
Lindale Chamber of Commerce
Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce
Hawkins Area Chamber of Commerce
Chapel Hill Chamber of Commerce
Included on this site are several maps of the Tyler, Texas metropolitan area, from sources such as Smith County, the Smith County Appraisal District SCAD, the University of Texas at Austin, and the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.
We've also provided an interactive Google Map of Tyler Texas area below.
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