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We have two offices one in Kingwood, TX and one in Woodville, TX.

Kingwood

James Eye Associates

1110 Kingwood Drive Suite 111
Kingwood, TX 77339

Woodville

James Eye Associates

1003 Pine Street
Woodville, TX 75979
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Kingwood

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  • 1st & 3rd Saturday of the Month 9 AM - 1 PM and 2 PM - 5 PM
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Woodville Location

Tyler County Courthouse Woodville TX Woodville was established in 1846, when Tyler County was separated from Menard District. The town was laid out on 200 acres in the forks of Turkey Creek that was donated to the county by Dr. Josiah Wheat. The site was selected as the county seat by election and the town was named in honor of George T. Wood, who introduced the bill to establish the county and served as the second governor of Texas.

As the “Dogwood Capital of Texas,” Woodville hosts the annual Tyler County Dogwood Festival currently entering it’s 75th year.

In 1938 James E. Wheat called a meeting of the state’s leading citizens near the Polk and Tyler County line hoping to enlist aid in promoting the completion of U.S. Highway 190. His guests were so impressed with the natural beauty of East Texas that he hit upon the idea of an annual event that would focus attention on the area. The first festival was held on April 6, 1940 before a crowd of approximately 300 people.

Kingwood Location

kingwood tx locationKingwood, also know as the “Livable Forest,” was created by the Friendswood Development Company in 1971 and has grown rapidly since. Named “Kingwood” after King Ranch, one of the original developers before being bought by the Friendswood Development Company.

Kingwood is best known for being a community that exists in harmony with nature. Kingwood’s heavily wooded acreage is canopied with tall pines and magnolias, along with 20 other types of shade trees.

The community is host to a variety of wildlife including deer, fish, birds, and more, that can be found in the 500+ acres of private nature preserves and parks.

Over 75 miles of hike and bike trails, known as the “greenbelt,” run through Kingwood’s naturally beautiful woods and lakes. These trails are great for exercising, walking or bicycling.