Warren City

Warren City, on Farm Road 2275 in northwestern Gregg and southeastern Upshur counties, was founded and incorporated in 1952. It was named for the Warren Petroleum Corporation, which manufactures natural gas and is the town's main industry. The reported population was 167 in 1960 and 150 in 1970. Utilities are from neighboring Gladewater, except for the city-owned water system. In 1990 Warren City had a population of 250. The population reached 343 in 2000.

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Adopted by: P.R.Davis Enterprises, Go Local 4it.
Adoption Message: I adopt Warren City as my home, I've lived in Gregg and Upsher counties, Spring Hill , Longview, Family being of the Davis, Jordan, Allen, Chamberlain,Ford,,Hughes, Bishop, Williams,Freeman and a few more, being a Life citizen and Proud of the People , Community and Heritage of East Texas.
Until: July 24th, 2027

Belongs to

Warren City is part of or belongs to the following places:

Currently Exists

Yes

Place type

Warren City is classified as a Town

Location

Latitude: 32.55300980
Longitude: -94.90575200

Has Post Office

No

Is Incorporated

Yes

Population Count, 2021 View more »

321