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If you’re interested in the services of a property management company who values your home and your
community, contact Green Residential.

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Contact Information:

Phone: (713) 395 9700
Email: support@greenresidential.com
Fax: (713) 600 5999

Everything You Need To Know About Atascocita, Texas

Atascocita is a 25.4 square mile area of Northeastern unincorporated Harris County, Texas bordered by the beautiful 12,000-acre Lake Houston. Just eighteen miles Northeast of downtown Houston and six miles East of Humble, this relatively small town was inhabited by people long before Texas became a state.

Atascocita was named after the historic Atascosito Road that followed the same path of the road currently known as Farm Road 1960.

Originally, the settlers camped out in this area in a fort to prevent the French from trading with the local Indians. By 1820, the famous Atascocita Trail became the most traveled road in all of Texas, even providing the way for people to drive cattle through to Lousiana in order to feed American soldiers.

From 1951-1953, Lake Houston was constructed, and this manmade lake now sits 43.8 feet above sea level and is held by the San Jacinto Dam.

In the 1960s, Houston annexed parts of this land, and about ten years later it was de-annexed. During this time in the 1970s, the town began constructing its first buildings and by the 1990s there were fifteen neighborhoods as Atascocita became one of the fastest growing developments in the Greater Houston area.

By 2000, the population had grown to 35,757 and the town was supporting plenty of booming retail businesses, professional services, a library, several churches, and even a volunteer fire department.

The town of Atascocita is protected by Harris County police, and is part of the Humble Independent School District.

Modern day Atascocita is booming

Today, Atascocita is clearly a town that has a lot to offer anyone considering calling it home. With retails shops, parks, and a busy downtown area, there’s always something fun for the whole family to do.

There’s no shortage of good food in this town. Today, you can see plenty of family-owned and operated restaurants, bars, and even cigar shops in this lovely town. The town is home to Buffalo Wild Wings, Jambalaya King, Moe’s Southwest Grill, and even a Latin cuisine restaurant called Chava’s.

As of 2016, you can dine at a top notch Italian American restaurant called Tosca Americana where you can find items on the menu like Filet Mignon, Chicken Scarpariello, Chicken Saltinboca, and even Cedar Planked Salmon.

There’s even a unique thrift shop opening up called Kid to Kid that is dedicated to selling children’s clothing at 70% less than retail prices. Unlike the Goodwill stores, this thrift store will pay you for your unwanted clothing in cash or store credit.

Demographics in Atascocita

As of 2010, the population was 65,844, a large increase by 84% since 2000. The median age of the residents is 32 years old, and the median household income (as of 2013) was $80,127 which is up from $73,032 in 2000.

The median home value in 2013 was estimated to be $152,100, and the gross median rent was $1,281. These numbers have been steadily rising, showing a great investment opportunity in this city.

The population in Atascocita is made up of 49.3% white, 23.8% black, 21% Hispanic, 3.2% Asian, 0.5% Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, and 0.1% American Indian.

Over 90% of the population 25 and older have graduated high school, 31.9% have obtained a bachelor’s degree or higher, and 9% have a graduate or professional degree. The unemployment rate in Atascocita is 2.8%, and those who do work have an average commute time of 25.7 minutes.

The majority of the population is married at 59.5%, with 1.9% being separated, 3.8% being widowed, and 7.7% being divorced.

The job market in Atascocita

According to City Data, the most common industries to work in are:

  • Transportation and warehousing – 17%
  • Manufacturing – 14%
  • Retail – 10%
  • Public administration – 9%
  • Construction – 6%
  • Professional, scientific, or technical services – 6%
  • Administrative, support, and waste management – 6%

The most common occupations include management, sales, installation, maintenance, financial operations, transportation, material transportation, and production.

Schools in Atascocita

There are plenty of top rated schools to choose from in the Humble Independent School District from K-12, and even college.

For preschoolers, a state-licensed program called Preschool Connection offers a full day preschool program for children between 18 months and 5 years, as well as another program for older kids between 5-12 years of age. At this center, there are 5 classrooms, a 3,000 square foot area for playing outside, and a commercial sized kitchen so you know the kids are getting good nutrition.

Lone Star College opened their Atascocita location in August 2011 and offers general education, GED, ESL, and college classes that meet degree requirements, as well as the Academy for Lifelong Learning program for seniors.

Entertainment in Atascocita

In this city, there is always something to do:

  • Explore the Atascocita Trail. Used by Spanish explorer Alonzo De Leon in the late 1600s, a fort was built here to prevent French trade with the Indians. This trail was heavily used until 1750 when traffic was diverted through Houston and Harrisburg when the cattle drives moved to the North.
  • Visit with the ducks. Everyone loves ducks. One of the fun places to hit up in the summer is Lake Anne in Summerwood where you can watch the ducks perform their crazy antics, and maybe even toss them some bread when no one’s looking.
  • Visit Lake Houston Wilderness Park. Encompassing over 4,700 acres of land, this park is about a half hour North of downtown Houston. This is the only park where you can camp overnight. This is a fun family outing everyone will enjoy. They’ve got summer activities for people of all ages including recreation, fitness, and educational classes.

 

Retirement in Atascocita

If you’re looking to retire, Atascocita could be your place. With fine resort homes, boating and fishing opportunities, and numerous country clubs and golf courses, this city is sure to provide the amenities you look forward to during retirement.

Moving to Atascocita? Contact Green Residential

If you’re thinking about moving to Atascocita, or have already decided this is the right place for you, check out our home search tool and contact us to find out how we can help you find the right home. We’ve got decades of experience and would love to help you find your new home. Contact us today to find out how we can help!