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The City of Granger originated in 1882 when the Houston and San Antonio branches of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad intersected at the site. The Log Grange Hall, Lodge, and store were moved to the intersection from nearby Macedonia. The new community, first named Pollack, was later named for the Grange association or for John R. Granger, a Civil War veteran.

The City of Granger is located in Williamson County, Texas, approximately 35 minutes slightly northeast of Round Rock, 25 minutes east of Georgetown, and roughly 55-minutes northeast of the City of Austin, Texas.