A few houses in Houston on March 7, 2010.
|Elevation||538 ft (164 m)|
|• Total||around 100 however, no census is taken for Houston.|
|Time zone||Central (CST)|
|• Summer (DST)||CDT (UTC)|
|ZIP code||38485 (Waynesboro) & 38450 (Collinwood)|
Houston, Tennessee is located southwest of Waynesboro. There are numerous creeks and branches in Houston which include: Indian Creek, Rayburn Creek, Davis Branch, and many more small streams. This area consists of timberland, hills, and pastureland. There are no major highways in this community. The only roads consists of county roads.
At one time Houston was the size of a small town with stores, a post office, and a school. According to one resident the population was once around 300 people. The latest store was called Indian Creek Grocery which was open for a short time in the early 2000s.
The economy of Houston is mainly agricultural, with the main crops corn and soybeans.
- Houston Baptist Church
- Martin's Mills Church of Christ
- Memorial Baptist Church
- Rayburn Chapel Freewill Baptist Church (closed)
- Nowlin Family Cemetery
- Mt. Hebron Cemetery
- Rayburn Cemetery
- White Cemetery