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Statistics & Facts

The Texas state capital is Austin.
The population of Rosanky is approximately 849 2011.
The approximate number of families is 370 2010xx.
The amount of land area in Rosanky is 98.219 sq. miles.
Rosanky is positioned 29.929 degrees north of the equator and 97.293 degrees west of the prime meridian.


east of Austin, the state capital of Texas
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History & History Related Items

This community is named for a local resident, Ed Rosanky who came to the area in 1854. The little town was first known as Snake Prairie. He donated land for the railroad station and also built a store here. When the small post office was reopened in 1893, it was renamed Rosanky.

See this history page for Rosanky.
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Rosanky Central Texas Museum of Automotive History
Tracing the development of the automobile and its impact
Located on Texas 304
Fee for admission
Phone for details: 512 237-2051 or 512 237-2635

More information on Rosanky, including several nice pictures.
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Rosanky City Government

U.S. Post Office
Highway 535
Rosanky, Texas 78953
Phone: 512-237-2914 Rosanky


The population of Rosanky was:
2000 - 679
2010 - 803
2011 - 849

Median age:
2010 - 40.5 years

Median Household Income:
2010 - $ 41,111

Median house value:
2010 - $ 94,600

Rosanky is located in the Central Time Zone and does participate in daylight savings time during a portion of the year.

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