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Sand Branch, Dallas County, Texas

Sand Branch (sometimes spelled Sandbranch) is an unincorporated community in Dallas County, Texas, United States. According to the Handbook of Texas, the community had an estimated population of 400 in 2000.[1]


Sand Branch is located approximately two miles south of U.S. Highway 175 and 14 miles southeast of Downtown Dallas on Belt Line Road in southeastern Dallas County. It is situated between the Trinity River and Hackberry Creek, southwest of Seagoville.[1] Sand Branch is the only unincorporated settlement left in Dallas County, as the vast majority of the county lies within incorporated cities.


The Sand Branch Community has long been considered one of the poorest areas in Dallas County.[2] The area's living conditions and lack of basic services have led some to label the largely lower-income, predominately African American community a "non-border colonia" because of its similarities to those settlements situated along the southwestern United States border with Mexico.[3]


Nine streets are located within the community Sand Branch. They are:

  • Banks Drive
  • Bunche Drive
  • Burns Drive
  • James Larry Drive
  • Kirsan Drive
  • Lake Street
  • Pin Oak Road
  • Tom Lee Drive
  • Wilmer-Kleberg Road


Public education in the community of Sand Branch is provided by the


External links

  • U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Sand Branch, Texas
  • Handbook of Texas Online

Coordinates: 32°38′06″N 96°37′11″W / 32.63500°N 96.61972°W / 32.63500; -96.61972

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