Floydada, Texas


Floydada History 1922. Floydada, the county seat, had a population in 1910 of 664. and has greatly improved since the railroad came. It now has two banks, with deposits averaging slightly under $2,000,000; five churches, two of which are magnificent buildings, and its schools are affiliated with the Texas University. Grain, cotton, hogs, cattle, poultry and dairy products are the principal commodities shipped from Floydada. Several large mercantile establishments make it a desirable trading point. – History of Texas, 1922, by W. Barrett Travis.


Floyd County Library
111 S. Wall St
Floydada, TX 79235
(806) 983-4922

Floyd County Historical Museum
Mary Lou Bollman Genealogy Center
105 E. Missouri St.,
Floydada, TX 79241
(806) 983-2415

Floydada Chamber of Commerce

Floyd County Hesperian-Beacon Newspaper
111 E. Missouri
Floydada, TX 79325


Floydada, TX 33° 59′ 4.2828″ N, 101° 20′ 15.5652″ W