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  • This historic community, located in the heart of Texas, offers an ideal setting for homes, ranches and businesses with beautiful scenery, rolling green hills, tranquil lakes, historic Texas landmarks and country charm, yet the "big city" is less than an hour away. Chappell Hill is situated in the southeast portion of Washington County, which lies halfway between Houston and Austin on US Hwy. 290.

    Chappell Hill is a small Texas town with a colorful history offering visitors year-round hospitality and charm. The town has a delightful combination of restored homes, shops and buildings.  Many are found on Main Street, which has been designated as a National Register Historic District.

    Renowned for its blooming bluebonnet fields, rolling hills, scenic views, Bluebonnet and Scarecrow Festivals each year, Chappell Hill allows you to step back in time and enjoy a pleasant outing of browsing and strolling along its streets.

     

  • Washington County/Chappell Hill EMS Station Update

    Thanks to your support, the Eastern portion of Washington County has benefited from the presence of a community paramedic (ACP) in Chappell Hill since February 2016.  Just this past year, there were 534 response calls to this area, 187 of these calls were 911 responses.  Thanks to your support, we have all seen the return on investment by having the presence of Washington County EMS in our community. 


    Thanks to the vision of previous leadership, the Chappell Hill Chamber of Commerce saw this as a community priority, and for the last two years, we have worked with our county officials and community leaders to provide those emergency medical services (EMS) that continue to benefit our friends and neighbors.  As you may recall, as an incentive for the County to make this agreement, the Chappell Hill Chamber of Commerce agreed to fund part of the EMS operating expenses. The Chamber being a volunteer organization is totally dependent on the community donations for the funding of all of its operations.  Our current Memorandum of Understanding with Washington County requires the Chamber to submit our annual portion of $11,500.00 during the month of May 2018, this is our share of the estimated $90,000 annual operating budget to house the ACP.


    At this time, the Chamber is asking for your financial support to help maintain this valuable service to our community. Your monetary donation will be greatly appreciated to help us meet our obligation and we look forward to continue working together for our community.   We will also be hosting a community update on May 1st at the Providence Baptist Church, 5:30PM to share with you the impact the ACP has had in the area. 


    Should you have any questions please feel free to call me at 713-899-5100.  You can mail your donation in to P.O. Box 113, Chappell Hill, Texas 77426 or drop it off at the Chamber office, and thank you for your continued support.
     
    John Wick
    President
    Chappell Hill Chamber of Commerce


     

    Featured Events


     

    The Festival boasts more than 250 juried exhibitors (home décor, gardening, artists, craftsmen, jewelry, clothing, etc.), delicious country-style food, live entertainment and music, and tours of the historic community. A special Children’s Activity Corner provides pony rides, a petting zoo, face painting, barrel train and more. A special Wildflower Photo exhibit will be on display at the Chappell Hill Museum Exhibit Gallery during April and May. The Bluebonnet Festival was declared the "Official Bluebonnet Festival of Texas" by the Texas Legislature and was voted #7 as "Most Popular Festival in Texas" by Texas Highways magazine.

    The Festival is hosted by the Chappell Hill Historical Society, a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation of the community's history and historic buildings. The Society's goal is to stage a high-quality, fun show in the downtown National Historic District. Our town is located among some of the most scenic areas of Washington County and boasts friendly people and a casual lifestyle. The festival area is Main Street, Poplar Street, and the property behind the Visitor's Center.

    For more information please visit http://www.chappellhillmuseum.org/bluebonnet.html
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