• Ribbon Cutting: Hometown Tire and Service

    Left to right: Chamber Member Dustin Vacek, Cody Siebert of Siebert & Briggs Wealth Management, Justin Sickle, Dan Sickle, Zach Sickle, Shawn Sickle, Sterling Wood of Arnold Oil, Bill Knesek of City of Needville, Mike Poppe of Tire Hub, Bruno Maciejeski of Big M Constructors, LLC, John Woodard of NTW, Jeff Stacy of Prosperity Bank, Rey Trujillo of NTW and Chamber President Bradley Stavinoha.

    Hometown Tire and Service is family owned and operated by Dan and Shawn Sickle along with their sons, Justin and Zach.  Dan and Shawn bring 25 years of experience owning and operating a full-service automotive repair/tire store to Needville.  So, whether you need tires, an oil change, your brakes checked, an alignment, a state inspection of your check engine light diagnosed, they are ready to serve you.

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  • History of Needville Area

    Needville is at the intersection of Farm roads 1236 and 360 and State Highway 36, fourteen miles south of Richmond in southern Fort Bend County.  The community was established about 1891 by August Schendel, who built a home, a store, and a cotton gin on the high prairie and called it Schendelville.