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Smith Crane Services 1330 East 8th St # 304, Odessa, TX
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Rainbo Baking Co 214 West University Boulevard, Odessa, TX
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Jack in the Box - Odessa, TX 2672 North County Rd W, Odessa, TX
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Southern Maid Donuts 721 North Hancock Avenue, Odessa, TX
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Shoemake Co 1710 North Essex Avenue, Odessa, TX
(432) 381-4504
Trans Pecos Plants Landscaping 804 North Sycamore Street, Fort Stockton, TX
(432) 336-5998
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About Imperial

Imperial, Texas





Imperial is a census-designated place (CDP) in Pecos County, Texas,United States. The population was 428 at the 2000 census.





Sand dunes north of Imperial, Texas
Sand dunes north of Imperial, Texas
Location of Imperial, Texas
Location of Imperial, Texas
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The community was settled in the early 1900s. The site was originally known as Redlands from 1908 to around 1910, when it was renamed afterCalifornia's Imperial Valley. A post office and school were opened in 1910 and a townsite was laid out on land owned by Benjamin E. Bush one year later. Water from the Pecos River was diverted and a small dam was built west of the community. An irrigation canal was constructed through Imperial in an attempt to attract new residents, but the area's water had a high salt content, which made farming unproductive. The population was approximately 25 in the mid-1920s, but had increased tenfold by 1949.Imperial's population approached 1,000 by the late 1960s with twenty-six businesses operating in the community. The number of inhabitants continued to decline during the latter half of the twentieth century.














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