Harris County

Harris County is the name of two counties in the United States:

  • Harris County, Georgia, just southwest of Metro Atlanta.
  • Harris County, Texas, the more populous of the two, and the most populous county in the state of Texas.

Other articles related to "harris county, county":

History Of The Houston Police Department - Chronology - 2010—2012
... law enforcement officers took part in 60 shootings across Harris County and killed 27 people ... July 18 Harris County District Attorney Pat Lykos has called for the establishment of an emergency city-county DNA lab to dispose of thousands of untested cases ... needs until the construction of a regional crime lab that is part of Harris County's long-range plans ...
List Of Farm To Market Roads In Southeast Texas - Harris County
... See also List of highways in Harris County, Texas FM 270 FM 362 FM 521 FM 525 FM 526 FM 528 FM 529 FM 865 FM 1092 FM 1093 FM 1485 FM 1488 FM 1736 FM 1876 FM 1942 FM 1959 FM 1960 FM 1960 Business FM 2100 ...
Metropolitan Transit Authority Of Harris County, Texas
... The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County (often referred to as METRO, or MTA) is a major public transportation agency based in Houston (Texas, USA) ... and paratransit service (under the name METROLift) in the city as well as most of Harris County ... operates bus service to two cities in Fort Bend County ...
List Of Highways In Waller County, Texas - Farm and Ranch To Market Roads
... Remarks FM 359 N/S US 290 east of Hempstead to Fort Bend County Interstate 10 in Brookshire Approximately 27 miles (43.4 km) FM 362 S/N FM 359 in Brookshire to Harris County ... Half mile portion inside FM 529 E/W Harris County to Austin County Approximately 18.7 miles (30.1 km) Overlaps FM 362 for a short distance in. 1736 W/E US 290 to FM 1488 SH 6 north of Hempstead 16.639 miles (26.78 km) FM 1774 N/S Grimes County to Mongomery County Approximately 1.7 miles (2.7 km) Runs ...

Famous quotes containing the words county and/or harris:

    In the county there are thirty-seven churches
    and no butcher shop. This could be taken
    as a matter of all form and no content.
    Maxine Kumin (b. 1925)

    Many the hopes that have vanished,
    After the ball.
    —Charles K. Harris (1867–1930)