About Savoy, TX
Savoy is a small town located in North Texas, in Fannin County. It was founded in 1863 by Colonel William Savoy. The community began to develop rapidly after the Civil War. Savoy's economy has its roots in agriculture, particularly cotton farming, which has been a prominent industry in the area. The Texas and Pacific Railway extended opportunities for infrastructure and business growth.
The town was home to the Savoy Male and Female College, one of the first coeducational institutions in North Texas, established in 1876.
Today, with a population that values community, a peaceful way of life, and its historical character, Savoy remains a hidden gem in the Lone Star State.