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About Houston,TX
 
The city of Houston, Texas land area covers approximately 53,906 square miles.  It is the fourth largest city in america.  Texas is the largest in the country without zoning laws.  All kinds of businesses are allowed in NON-HOA residential neighborhoods.  The city of Houston actually has three counties. Harris, Fort Bend and Montgomery. 
 
Houston, TX population continues to climb.  In 2000 the population was 1,954,631. The whole consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area in 2000 was 4,670,000.  As of 2012 we are close to 6 million - click here for PDF of CENSUS.
 
 
 
 
We have:
  • Over 30+ locations to fish!  click here for more information.
  • Free train rides
  • 4500 animals at the Houston Zoo
  • 13 and growing water playgrounds
  • 40 public pools
  • 100+miles of bike and hiking trails
  • 335+ parks with the Houston city limits
  • Almost 12 acres of parkland per 1,0000 residents
  • 10 museums has free admission - 4th Largest Museum District in the United States
  • 145+ golf courses
  • The Galleria Shopping Center has a skating rink in the middle of it
  • 16 large institutions compose the Houston Museum district
  • 1 new museum in Spring, TX attached to the Barbara Bush Library
  • 15+ free performances in June alone at the Miller Outdoor Theater
  • Touted as the World's largest medical center with over 41 institutions
  • One the largest sea ports in total tonnage
  • Over 90 languages spoken
  • Wikipedia touts Houston as the "WORLD CITY"
  • Houston has two retractable roof sports stadiums
  • Reliant Stadium is home to major concerts and events like the Houston Live Stock and Rodeo
  • NASA - Johnson Space Center
  • Skeeter Baseball team (Minors) with famous baseball player Roger Clemens (August 20, 2012) .  Click here for more information.
  • Two International Airports - 4th busiest in the Country
  • We revival Chicago in eateries - Our restaurants total more than 5000+ and growing every month
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When Houstonians talk about where they are in Houston, they classify themselves as being either inside or outside I-610 also know as the 610 Loop. This includes the central business district, West University, Southside Place and most of Bellaire.  The outer areas of Houston, and also the rest of Bellaire, the suburbs, the airports and basically everything else is called "outside the loop".  The other "wheel" road is Beltway 8 also know as the "Beltway", the encircles the City of Houston another five miles further out. The newest one which isn't complete is the "Grand Parkway", it is roughly 10 miles out from the inner loop on the outer most suburbs which include Katy, Sugarland, up to The Woodlands area. Click here for map.

 

Houston has four bayous passing through the city.  The Buffalo Bayou, which runs downtown, the Brays Bayou, which runs along the Medical Center (Texas), the White Oak Bayou which runs throught the Heights and some of the northwest area and the last major bayou is the Sims Bayou in the southern part of Houston which goes to downtown Houston into the Ship Channel.  The Ship Channel goes past Galveston, TX into the Gulf of Mexico.

 

 

 

 

The highest elevation in the city is the Houston Heights.  Most of Houston, is very flat and has mostly CLAY on the ground.

 

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