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Cypress-Fairbanks  (aka Cypress or Cy-Fair) – (zip codes 77429, 77433)

The Cypress Fairbanks region is located northwest of Houston. The two main crossroads, FM 1960 at U.S. Highway 290 and at State Highway 249, are 21 miles from Houston’s central business district. This largely unincorporated Harris County region gains a strong sense of community from association with territory found within Cypress Fairbanks Independent School District’s boundaries. Jersey Village is an incorporated city located within the area

Spring – (zip codes 77373, 77379, 77380, 77381, 77382, 77383, 77386, 77387, 77388, 77389, 77391, 77393)

(http://oldtownspring.com)

Spring Texas offers residents a unique lifestyle due to its central location to Houston, Texas – The Woodlands Texas – Lake Conroe, and Magnolia Texas – and offers quick access to the Mextroplex for thousands of job possibilities.  Spring is located within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of Houston in Harris County, Texas, United States, 20 miles (32 km) north of Downtown Houston.   The area is unique in the fact that new and used home selling prices have such a huge variance that anyone from a young first time home buyer with a limited budget, to a top level executive that can afford a mini ranch or mansion can be accommodated all in the same areas. The diversified home real estate structure will help any home buyer realize the home of their dreams.

Shopping in the Spring Woodlands area can only be described as the perfect storm, as The Woodlands Mall, Willowbrook Mall and the Vintage along with hundreds of unique retail shops abound in the area. Also for the shopaholic there is the “Old Town Spring”, area which boasts dozens of specialty shops that offer anything for handmade soaps, jewelry, candles, quilts, and clothing, to such specialized items like Texas made wines, and custom made furniture to name just a handful of resources.

The City of Spring Texas has something to offer just about anyone wanting to have an affordable quality of life, with quick access to the fifth largest city in the United States.

The Woodlands – (zip codes 77380, 77381, 77382, 77384, 77385, 77386, 77387, 77393)

(www.visitthewoodlands.com)

Founded in 1974, The Woodlands is one of the best-selling master-planned communities in Texas and the U.S. Located just 27 miles from north Houston, the country’s fourth-largest city, The Woodlands carefully integrates a range of recreational amenities, residential neighborhoods, commercial office spaces, retail shops, entertainment venues and more in a naturally beautiful setting. In fact, 28% of The Woodlands is dedicated to green space – including parks, pathways, open spaces, golf courses and forest preserves. It’s the perfect blend of nature with today’s modern conveniences – for everyone.

Tomball – (zip codes 77337, 77375, 77377)

(www.tomballchamber.org)

Tomball, Texas is a town Northwest of Houston with a population of just under 10,000 people (per the census of 2000).  Tomball is known for being the “Hometown with a Heart” and being a town with a strong sense of community and recognition of traditional family values.  Today Tomball is known for its small town atmosphere and as a peaceful home to thousands who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Houston.

Conroe – (zip codes 77301, 77302, 77303, 77304, 77305, 77306, 77384, 77385)

(http://www.gcedc.org/index.cfm)

A very livable community, Conroe has a low crime rate, excellent health care and education and a friendly, small-town atmosphere. There are more than 100 churches and synagogues in the area covering a wide variety of denominations and faiths. Plus, there is always something fun to do! Conroe boasts numerous cultural activities, festivals and special events, while beautiful Lake Conroe and the adjacent Sam Houston National Forest offer a wide range of exciting recreational opportunities.   Conroe, with a population of more than 50,000, is the largest city, county seat and power center of Montgomery County with a total population of over 411,000. Here you’ll find a business-oriented atmosphere. The mayor, the five city council members and the city administrator have committed time and effort to eliminating roadblocks to new businesses and local expansion. We have developed Conroe Park North, a fully-platted, 1045-acre industrial park, governed by covenants and restrictions with all utilities, signage, and roads. In Conroe, existing businesses and financial institutions are looking for ways to help the economy grow. During the past twenty years, the Conroe/Montgomery County economy has greatly diversified. No longer dependent on a handful of industries, Conroe has attracted a wealth of manufacturing, retail, health care, construction and tourism companies.