Hunters Creek Village is one of Houstonʼs ever-popular, highly prestigious Memorial Villages. The city occupies 1.9 square miles located truly in the heart of it all, directly south of I-10, and minutes from the Galleria, Memorial City and the Energy Corridor. But looking around, you canʼt tell! The large homesites and heavily-wooded setting have a character more along the lines of a secluded country village than a coveted enclave in the middle of a bustling city.
In 2008, Hunters Creek Village was listed, along with its neighbor Bunker Hill Village, as one of the top three Houston Suburbs to Live Well (http://www.forbes.com/2008/03/25/ suburbs-quality-lifestyle-forbeslife-cx_mw_0326realestate_slide_2.html? thisspeed=25000).
Prior to its incorporation, the area was settled by German farmers, who established sawmills on the site of Hunters Creek Village and the adjacent villages. The city officially incorporated in 1954, following earlier attempts to establish a larger Spring Branch municipality. Because of this incorporation, Houston was unable to annex the land but did annex adjacent unincorporated land.
As of the 2010 census, the population of Hunters Creek Village was 4,367. This means that despite its location in the middle of it all, Hunters Creek Village continues to maintain the small, tight-knit community feeling that has always made it so popular.
As with all other Memorial Villages, Hunters Creek Village addresses are designated as “Houston, Texas” by the United States Postal Service despite its independent government. The city is served by the nearby Memorial Park Post Office, located at 10505 Town and Country Way.
Hunters Creek Village operates the Memorial Villages Police Department jointly with Piney Point Village and Bunker Hill Village; it is located at 11981 Memorial Drive and is well known for its speedy response times. Hunters Creek Village shares fire protection with the other Memorial Villages as well; the Village Fire Department is located at 901 Corbindale Road in adjacent Hedwig Village. Visit Hunters Creek Villageʼs official website for more information (http://www.cityofhunterscreek.com).
A local publication, the Memorial Examiner, is distributed in the community.
Shoppers rejoice! Hunters Creek Village is located only minutes away from Houstonʼs premier shopping malls, the Galleria and Memorial City Mall. City Centre, also nearby, plays host to many exclusive shops. Food lovers will find themselves in close proximity to some of Houstonʼs best restaurants, from City Centre to the Galleria area, there are numerous unique dining options only a few minutes away.
One third of Hunters Creek Village residents are under the age of 19, making it the perfect place to bring your family or start one. Residents are zoned to both the Spring Branch (www.springbranchisd.com) and Houston (http://www.houstonisd.org) Independent School Districts.
Most preschool aged students are zoned to the nearby Wildcat Way School. Most residents are zoned to Hunters Creek Elementary School, located within the city limits, though some are zoned to nearby Memorial Drive Elementary School, located in the adjacent Piney Point Village. Most secondary school students attend Spring Branch Middle School and the nationally-renowned Memorial High School, located a stoneʼs throw away in adjacent Hedwig Village.
A small pocket of Hunters Creek Village located south of Buffalo Bayou is zoned to the Houston Independent School District; these students are zoned to Briargrove Elementary School, Grady Middle School and Lee High School.
In addition to the outstanding public schools, a variety of outstanding private schools are also located within reach of the community, including the Kincaid School, Awty International and Duchesne Academy.
The Harris County Public Library system operates the Spring Branch Memorial Branch Library in adjacent Hedwig Village. It is located at 930 Corbindale Road.
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