Located in Brazoria County, Angleton is within the Houston–The Woodlands–Sugar Land metropolitan area. The city was founded in 1890 by Lewis R. Bryan, Sr., and Faustino Kiber and named after the wife of the general manager of the Velasco Terminal Railway. Today, Angleton boasts a population of more than 19,565 people, all while keeping its reputation as a small town with a big heart intact. Each year, Angleton hosts Brazoria County Fair in October, which is the largest county fair in Texas. There are also several eateries that locals and tourists enjoy, including Giovanni's Italian Kitchen, La Casona Mexican Restaurant, and Angleton Seafood Restaurant. The city is also home to three major transportation services: Greyhound Bus Lines, Texas Gulf Coast Regional Airport, and Southern Brazoria County Transit. For a community that always feels like home, Angleton, Texas is where you want to be.