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lampasas electrical contractorsWhen you visit Lampasas Texas you visit a real piece of history, cowboy and Texas history. This is an incredible small town with so much culture and traditions. CWS Services is proud to offer our professional and reliable Lampasas Electrical Contractors services to this great town. We pride ourselves in offering the best quality Lampasas Electrical Contractors services and we stand behind every job we complete. Lampasas Electrical Contractors services is in high demand and we are qualified to meet this demand with integrity and commitment. We know that there are electrical issues everywhere and when you have an emergency you want to depend on the company that has a reputation for exceeding industry standards and quickly. Lampasas Electrical Contractors services is offered to both residential and commercial buildings. We can perform any job big or small. So when you have a need for Lampasas Electrical Contractors services then call on the experts at CWS Services the electricity and HVAC experts.

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For his services in the Texas Revolution, John Burleson received 1,280 acres (5.2 km2) of land and established a permanent settlement in the 1850s. The city was first named Burleson; however, the name was gradually changed to Lampasas Springs because of the existence of seven mineral springs. When the county was created in 1856, the law specified “The county seat shall be same name as the county.” The city of Lampasas was officially incorporated in 1883.

Several theories attempt to explain how the name Lampasas came to be. The Texas Almanac states the word came from a Spanish word for “lilies” that are found in nearby streams. Another source states the word comes from the Spanish word “Lampazos.” The name was given to the local river by the Spanish Aquayo Expedition in 1721. It is believed the name was inspired by a Mexican town that also had beautiful springs. The town was also the location of the birth of the Farmers’ Alliance, founded in 1876.

The Mother’s Day Flood of 1957 saw Sulphur Creek, a local river, strike the city in devastating flash flood which claimed five lives and destroyed many homes, businesses, and other property around downtown Lampasas. In the aftermath, a series of levees and reservoirs were constructed to prevent damage from future catastrophes.[4]

Since 1972, Lampasas has held an annual fair called the Spring Ho festival each July.[1]  (Read More)