Areas Served

Acres Homes
Addicks Western
Afton Oaks
Aldine
Alief
Almeda
Audubon Place
Avondale East
Bay Forest
Bay Glen
Barrett Station
Binz
Blue Ridge
Bordersville
Boulevard Oaks
Braeswood Place
Briar Meadow
Briargrove
Briargrove Park
Camden Park
Camino South (Clear Lake)
Candlelight Estates
Candlelight Place
Carverdale
Champion Forest
Chasewood
Cherryhurst
Chevy Chase
Chinatown
City Park
Clear Lake City
Clinton Park
Cloverland
Cole Creek Manor/Yorkwood
Copperfield
Corinthian Pointe
Cottage Grove
Courtlandt Place
Crestwood
Candlelight Forest West
Eastex/Jensen
East Little York/Homestead
Eastwood
Edgebrook
El Dorado/Oates Prairie
Eldridge/West Oaks

F

Fairbanks/Northwest Crossing
Fondren Southwest
Fifth Ward/Frenchtown
Forest West/Pinemont
Forrest Lake

G

Garden Oaks
Garden Villas
Genoa Township
Glenbrook Valley
Glen Cove
Glenshire
Greenway Plaza
Greenwood
Gulfgate/Pine Valley
Gulfton
Gulfway Terrace

H

Harrisburg
Hidden Valley
Highland Village
Hillwood
Houston Gardens
Houston Heights
Hunters Glen
Hunters Point
Hunterwood
Heather Glen
Herschellwood
Kashmere Gardens

Kingwood
Kleinbrook
Knollwood Village

L

Lake Houston
Lakewood
Lakewood was affected by the 1989 Tropical Storm Allison.[8]
Langwood
Larchmont
Lazybrook
Lindale Park
Linkwood
Little Saigon
Lincoln Greens

M
Name Location (approx) Notes
Magnolia Grove Inside the 610 loop; North- Washington Avenue, East- South Heights Boulevard/Waugh Avenue, South- Memorial Drive, West- Shepherd Drive
Magnolia Park
Manchester Southeastern Houston (outside, though bordering the 610 loop) Began as a railroad switch in the 1860s. Part of the Harrisburg/Manchester Super-Neighborhood
Maplewood
Maplewood South/North
Marilyn Estates Southwest Houston (outside of the 610 Loop and inside Beltway 8) South of Braeswood Bayou and West of Chimney Rock. Named after his Daughter, S.W. Bennett began development of Marilyn Estates in 1957. Four of the Cold War Era homes were built with Nuclear bomb shelters that had access from inside the home.
Memorial West Houston; North- border with Westview (just north of the Katy Freeway), East- Interstate 610, South- Buffalo Bayou, West- Highway 6 Contains an area called “The Villages” (Bunker Hill Village, Hedwig Village, Spring Valley Village, Hilshire Village, Piney Point Village, and Hunters Creek Village), independent cities that operate autonomously of Houston. Areas of Memorial inside the city are divided between the Memorial and Greater Uptown Super-Neighborhoods
Memorial Park
Meyerland Southwest Houston (outside of the 610 Loop and inside Beltway 8) Named for the Meyer family, who owned 6,000 acres (24 km2) of land in southwest Houston. The land was developed by George Meyer in 1955
Midtown Southwest-central inside loop 610, between Binz and Downtown (bordered by Neartown and Interstate 69/U.S. Highway 59) High density section with METRORail.
Montrose West-central residential area inside the 610 loop. Established in 1911. Also home to the University of St. Thomas.
Moonshine Hill Northeast Houston (located on the Humble oilfield) Once a distinct Harris County community prior to its annexation.
Morningside Place Inside the 610 loop; North- Shakespeare Road, East- Greenbriar Drive, South- Holcombe Boulevard, West- Kirby Drive Subdivision of the University Place Super-Neighborhood
of I-69/US-59 and north of Hermann Park. Home to the museums of Natural Science, Fine Arts and Contemporary Arts, among others.
Mykawa
Neartown
North Lindale
Norhill
North Central
Northcliffe
Northcliffe Manor
Northfield
Northline
Northshore
Northside [9]
Nottingham Forest VIII
Nottingham West

Oak Brook (Clear Lake)
Oak Brook West (Clear Lake)
Oak Estates
Oak Forest
Oak Manor-University Woods
Old Braeswood

Park Place
Pecan Park
Pierce Junction
Pleasantville
Port Houston
Ponderosa Forest
Pine Valley
Prestonwood Forest(Spring, TX)

Recreation Acres
Rice Military
Rice Village
Ridgegate
Ridgemont
River Oaks
Riverside Terrace
Royal Oaks Country Club

Rivercrest Estates