Sander City or just Sander is a city founded in 1711. Sander City is the second oldest city found in Trois Island County in Morseville with a population of 1,342,345 people in the city itself. It is booming with businesses, housing, forestry and tourism. It was the capital from 1995 to 2016. In February 2016, the capital moves back to Forto.

History of Sander City Edit

In 1705, Xander City was planned out and settled. In 1707, the area where Xander City is going to be built is flat, fertile, and good for timber. In 1709, King Louis The Fifteenth or just [King Louis XV] have set sail to where the area is at. In 1710, they arrived and started building Xander City. Starting with a post office, Hotel, restaurant, tavern, and even a bakery. In 1749, the city was renamed to Sander City. But in 1755, Sander City was a battleground. The French gave not only Canada, but Sander City to the British. Then Morseville got it's independence in 1778. Since 1810, it remained as the most "populated city in Morseville". From 1820 to 1850, Sander City was known for mining and cotton growing. There was a war in Sander City as well in Applewood, Forto, Viewport, Tuson, Marcville, and Martin during the Civil War.

Geography Edit

Metropolitan Area Edit

Sander City is the central of the "so far 2-county metro urban area".

Climate Edit

Sander City has a humid subtropical climate, with mild winters and hot summers.

Elevation Edit

Elevation of Sander City is anywhere between 13 and 54 studs above sea level.

Cityscape Edit

Architecture Edit

Neighborhoods Edit

Further Information: Neighborhoods in Sander City

Sander City has a few neighborhoods existing so far. Downtown and Southern Midtown are the most populated so far. The newest neighborhood is the Jupiter Woods neighborhood which was established in 2017 after taking land from invaded Valley Township from the Online Daters (OD'ers).

Education Edit

Sander will soon be the home to colleges and the Sander Public Schools (SPS) district.

Colleges & Universities Edit

There would be at least one or two colleges planned. Here are the following that may be included:

  • University of Morseville-Sander
  • Trois State University
  • University of Sander

Primary and Secondary Schools (K-12) Edit

Soon, Sander Public Schools (SPS) will be built. Here are the lists of schools that may be included:

  • Sander High School
  • Sander Middle School
  • Angrybirdsria Elementary School
  • Camden Park Elementary School
  • Star Tannery Elementary School
  • Dixon Elementary School

Transportation Edit

Airport Edit

Soon, an airport will be built south of Alexandria, named Sander-Alexandria International Airport (SND), will be one of the busiest airports of the state. It will be a hub for Angrybirdsrio Airlines, Bryan Airlines International, & Dev Airlines.

Freeways Edit

Sander City has only one toll highway, the Morseville Turnpike which was meant to connect to Interstate 10 and Delaware Street but wasn't finished yet.

  • Interstate 10: Runs east-west through downtown, midtown, and then the western neighborhoods.
  • Interstate 99: Runs northeast-southwest in the southern part of the city then curve towards downtown, heading North-south, turning southwest then west then turning back north to Liguria County.
  • Interstate 199: Runs west of Midtown and Downtown Sander City, looping around the city on the west side.
  • Morseville Turnpike: Connects western part of the county to Sander City. I-110 has been proposed on this tolled road.

Other Major Roads Edit

Other major roads include U.S. Route 90, Highway 1, Highway 2, Highway 3, Highway 4, Highway 101, Highway 103, and Highway 710. Highway 710 is also known as Mecklenburg Turnpike.

Galley Edit


Panorama of the skyline of downtown Sander City from Township Line Road as of October 20, 2017.

Sander City Skyline (2)

Skyline of Sander City from Township Line Road as of November 23, 2017.