Lubbock Names and Numbers Office:
Lubbock, TX 79424
Lubbock, Texas Facts:
- County: Lubbock
- Population: 229,573
- Coverage Area (Total): 123.6 sq. miles
- Elevation: 3,256 ft.
- Cities/Towns covered in local Names and Numbers Phone Book: Abernathy, Ackerly, Acuff, Amherst, Anton, Arnett, Brownfield, Bula, Cap Rock, Cone, Cotton Center, County Line, Crosbyton, Earth, Edmonson, Fieldton, Floydada, Gail, Hale Center, Halfway, Happy Union, Hart, Hollandville, Hurlwood, Idalou, Justiceburg, Kress, Lamesa, Lariat, Lazbuddie, Lehman, Levelland, Littlefield, Lockney, Loop, Lorenzo, Lubbock, Maple, McAdoo, Meadow, Morton, Muleshoe, Needmore, New Deal, New Home, O'Donnell, Olton, Patricia, Petersburg, Pettit, Plains, Plainview, Post, Punkin Center, Ralls, Ransom Canyon, Ropesville, Shallowater, Slaton, Smyer, Southland, Spade, Springlake, Sudan, Sundown, Tahoka, Union, Verbena, Welch, Wellman, White River, Whiteface, Whitharral, Wilson, Wolfforth, Woodrow
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Lubbock, TX is the largest city in the South Plains of Texas. Lubbock is sometimes known as "Hub City," as it is the business and cultural center for the region. In addition to being the home of Texas Tech University and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock is the largest cotton-growing region in the world.
Due to Lubbock's size and location, there are numerous business owners willing and ready to serve the many people who need goods and services in the area. Names and Numbers Lubbock Yellow Pages can help visitors, residents, and business owners connect with each other through our Five Star phone books, online yellow pages, and mobile app.
Are you new to Lubbock? Just checking out the area? Please see the links provided below to find local attractions, helpful resources, and recurring events.
Lubbock Recurring Events
Downtown Farmers Market - Every Saturday (late June - October) from 9am - 1pm at 19th St and Buddy Holly Ave.
First Friday Art Trail - Free, self-guided art tour from 6pm - 9pm on the first Friday of every month.
Summer Showcase Concert Series - Free performances every Thursday evening (late May - late August) from 5:30pm - 7:30pm in the Meadows Courtyard.
The Maize - Every Fall At'l Do Farms invites visitors to master its latest creation.Back to Top