About Farmersville

Farmersville Chamber of Commerce

DISCOVER A TEXAS TREASURE RIGHT HERE.  We hope you want to get to know us a little better.  We welcome new businesses, new Chamber Members and new or returning people to Farmersville.  We are a vibrant city on the move, so if you want to know more about us or if you want to move closer to us, WATCH this VIDEO.

If you are a business coming to Farmersville or wanting to know more HERE is the VIDEO that’s full of information all about us.

If you are a visitor, we hope you feel welcome around here.  If you are here for a great shopping experience or diverse dining opportunities click on our Chamber Directory to check out businesses to the far south on Hwy. 78, north on 78, downtown on the square, or anywhere along Hwy 380.  We just about have it all–and for a small town with 178 Chamber Members we think you will find exactly what you need in this Texas treasure.

If you have questions, need utilities, need any help or assistance click this link to our IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS.

WELCOME to Farmersville.  We hope you will want to take a little walk down the Chaparral Trail, all around town, see the Bain Honiker House, or the Museum, the historic Onion Shed, our treasured brick streets downtown on the square, or visit our City Parks.  At The Onion Shed  there are restrooms, a playground, picnic tables and covered seating.


The Chaparral Trailhead begins at the Historic Onion Shed and the City Park in downtown Farmersville. Enjoy a 5 mile round trip on this multi-use paved trail which is maintained by the City of Farmersville. You can travel as far as 130 miles (on this trail which was previously used as the railroad right-of-way) to New Boston, Texas developed for the purpose of hiking, biking, walking, jogging, nature walking and horseback riding.  There is ample parking, a covered pavilion with picnic tables and restroom facilities; there is also our historic downtown square that is all within walking distance in Farmersville.

Click Chaparral Trail Map to see our current trail map. Or, click Chaparral Trail Visitors Guide to read more.

Click NETT Amenities Guide for a list of amenities along the entire trail. Visit NETT website for more great information

This website provides current information about the Trail from Farmersville to New Boston.Camping Information On The Trail

We are the fifth longest trail to pass thru the North Texas.
Proud moments for Farmersville and Chaparral Trail March 2013 article in Texas Highways.
CLICK HERE for another great article.

Discover Farmersville

Farmersville FACTS – Click on the link to get to know more about Farmersville,  A Hidden Treasure.  Or, click on our new Farmersville Video for a great birds-eye view.  We are Farmersville strong and growing.

Farmersville is located in Collin County about 25 minutes east of McKinney and 25 minutes west of Greenville. There are businesses all along highway 380 and Highway 78 going all the way through to the north and south ends of town with lots of shopping, dining and antiques. Then, there is our unique downtown square lined with everything you need including auto parts, bank, Post Office, drug store, medical clinics, a CPA, an attorney, an engineer, antiques, gifts, Mexican food, consigned treasures, clothes, tons of books, jewelry, furniture, baby gifts, caps, a flea market every 1st Saturday and an auction every 4th Saturday.  The downtown square is less than a mile off the Highway 78 Exit or Highway 380 & Main Street exit. 
Discover why we are a Texas Treasure.

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Click here to see who our Chamber Members are:  Chamber Member Directory & Visitors Guide

If you are interested in the US 380 Feasibility Studies CLICK HERE. AND to complete the survey CLICK HERE.

Farmersville, Texas
We are now on the National Register of Historic Places – On December 9, 2017, this small and vibrant town joined at the Gazebo for a marker dedication to commemorate our new National Register District designation. 

Our thanks for those who worked very hard, including our past Main Street Manager, Adah Leah Wolf who worked tirelessly to make this possible.  She retired from her position in October 2017 after seeing this project through from start to finish.

The National Register of Historic Places is the official list of the Nation’s historic places (districts, sites, buildings, structures and objects) deemed worthy of preservation. Authorized by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places is part of a national program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect America’s historic and archeological resources.

Take a look around and it’s so easy to see the historic preservation in this beautiful downtown square with it’s beautiful architecture, street lamps, brick streets,  the Bain-Honaker House, the Farmersville Museum (opening soon) and the Historic Onion Shed.   This proud little town is full of history, past leaders who left a great legacy and those who recognized the value to keep preservation going.

What an honor!  What a heritage…. what a town!! 

I hope this town will continue to grow and businesses will prosper.  I pray that God will guide our city leaders to bring out the best in our town, to see good in everyone and make decisions that will unite us again.  I’m proud to be a part of Farmersville.  It is a Texas treasure.  Let’s all work together better for the good of our community.  Lisa Eastman

Audie Leon Murphy 

FARMERSVILLE’S HOMETOWN HERO – The most decorated WWII hero, was born into a family of twelve children in Kingston, Texas. He grew up in Texas around Farmersville with a father who came in and out of his life until he eventually deserted the family for good. Audie dropped out of school, still a young boy, and worked odd jobs to help the family. His mother, whom he loved, died in 1941 one year after his father left, when he was only sixteen years old. Soon after that his sisters helped falsify documents to help him get into the military which he finally did after a few rejected him because of his small stature. That unlikely warrior didn’t take long to become the most decorated WWII hero. In June 1945 Murphy returned a national hero to Farmersville, Texas. That summer Life Magazine met him in Farmersville to tell the story his life, his return, his and his heroism.

Later The Life story caught the attention of actor James Cagney who beckoned him to Hollywood. Stardom didn’t come easy at first. It seemed to come when Murphy and his Texas friend McClure and wrote a gripping but classic wartime memoir. Originally published in 1949, To Hell and Back was a bestseller for fourteen weeks and later became a major motion picture starring Audie Murphy as himself.

Murphy never got comfortable in life, partly due to his poor and struggling families problems, his mother’s death, and post traumatic stress. He died in an airplane crash in Virginia in 1971 when he was only 46 years old.

Audie Murphy, the most decorated war hero won 33 international awards for service in WWII, all before his 21st birthday. It wasn’t until October 29, 2013 in Farmersville that Texas Governor Rick Perry posthumously presented the Legislative Medal of Honor which is the highest military decoration that can be awarded to a member of the Texas Military Forces. In addition to this honor, we has also been awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Cross, two Silver Stars, the Legion of Merit, two Bronze Stars and three Purple Hearts.

Farmersville Community Events

Farmers & Fleas (Flea Market)
At The Historic Onion Shed from 9am – 3pm
Every 1st Saturday (Except in October)

January 4th- Farmers and Fleas Market
February 1st- Farmers and Fleas Market
February 8th- Valentines on the Square
March 7th- Farmers and Fleas Market
April 4th- Farmers and Fleas Market
May 2nd- Farmers and Fleas Market
May 2nd- Cinco de Mayo on the Square
May 9th – Main Street 20th Year Celebration
May 30th- City Wide Yard of Yard Sales
June 6th- Farmers and Fleas Market
June 20th- Audie Murphy Day Celebration & Parade
July 4th- Farmers and Fleas Market
August 1st- Farmers and Fleas Market
September 5th- Farmers and Fleas Market
October 24th- Scare on the Square
November 7th – Farmers and Fleas Market
December 5th- Farmers and Fleas Market
December 4th- Treats for Tatum on the Square
For more information about these events contact:
Dana Mingo
City of Farmersville Main Street Program

Farmersville Sparks of Freedom
July 4, 2020
South Park Lake in Farmersville

Farmersville National Night Out
August – Date Not Confirmed
Downtown On The Square

Old Time Saturday
At The Onion Shed with over 100 vendors.
For more information contact Chad Whitaker at 972-782-7703
Follow OTS On Facebook for all their event information.
This event is sponsored by the Farmersville Centennial Committee. (It is not a Chamber event.)
Event Date  |  Saturday October 3, 2020

If you are a Chamber Member and have an event coming up let us know so we can add that information to this list.  (Events listed on this page are left up to the discretion of the Chamber Board of Directors and may not always be listed.)


City of Farmersville
205 S. Main Street
Farmersville Texas 75442

(972) 782-6151

Ben White, City Manager

Paula Jackson, Assistant

Monday           7:30 am – 5:30 pm
Tuesday           7:30 am – 5:30 pm
Wednesday     7:30 am – 5:30 pm
Thursday         7:30 am – 5:30 pm
Friday              7:30 am – 11:30 am

For electric/water/sewer emergencies or repair
Call City Hall 24 hours a day at 972-782-6151.  If after hours, the answering service will get the call to the right department.

Randy Rice, Mayor
Mike Sullivan, Police Chief
Kim Morris, Fire Chief


Rike Memorial Library

203 Orange Street
Farmersville, TX  75442
Email:  library@farmersvilletx.com



Farmersville Independent School District
Jeff Adams, Superintendent
501A Hwy. 78 North
Farmersville, TX 75442


Go Fighting Farmers!!!


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Mission Statement

Collin County Community College District is a student and community-centered institution committed to developing skills, strengthening character, and challenging the intellect.

Vision Statement

Delivering a brighter future for our students and communities.


Tom Delamater, Collin College

Collin College
Tom Delamater