This street was created in 1905 as part of the plat of Southside Garden Tracts, filed by Crawford & Conover, a partnership of Samuel Leroy Crawford (1855–1916) and Charles Tallmadge Conover (1862–1961) (E Conover Court). It appears to have been named after Charles’s son Cecil Tallmadge Conover (1897–1967).

Cecil Avenue S begins at Beacon Avenue S and 37th Avenue S and goes nearly 900 feet southwest to a dead end in the greenbelt above Interstate 5.

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