Thrall is a city located in Williamson County, Texas, United States. As of the 2020 United States Census, the estimated population of Thrall was around 900 people.
The city is located about 40 miles northeast of Austin and is known for its rich history and small-town charm. Thrall is named after Homer S. Thrall, who was a Methodist minister and historian.
In terms of demographics, Thrall is a predominantly White city, with smaller populations of Hispanic or Latino residents, Black or African American residents, and Asian residents.
The average home price in Thrall varies depending on factors such as location and the size of the property, but as of 2021, the median home price in the area was around $250,000. The property tax rate in Thrall is 2.0% per $100 valuation, which is slightly lower than the state average.
Thrall is served by the Thrall Independent School District, which includes several highly rated schools. According to Niche.com, some of the top-rated schools in the district include Thrall High School, Thrall Middle School, and Thrall Elementary School.
Thrall does not have its own chamber of commerce, but the Taylor Chamber of Commerce serves the area and can be reached by phone at (512) 352-6364. The city can be reached by phone at (512) 898-5306.