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Hunters Creek Village is an incorporated suburban community covering approximately two square miles just south of Interstate Highway 10 in west Houston abutting two other of the popular "Memorial Villages" - Hedwig Village and Piney Point. Earlier in the area's history, German farmers settled in the vicinity and established sawmills to cut local timber. of what was once farm and timberland ultimately became divided to single family residential lots nestled among the pines, oaks, and cherry laurels. And in December 1954, the community incorporated with a mayor-alderman city government to protect itself from quickly approaching development as Houston grew. They enacted strict zoning restrictions allowing for only single-family homes and townhomes, with a very limited commercial zone available.

Just minutes from Downtown, the village now has almost 100 subdivisions, some very tiny. But this is no ordinary village - as of the 2000 census, Hunters Creek Village is rated the 5th wealthiest location in Texas by per capita income.

Lot sizes usually start around one-half acre as required by a city ordinance. Most of the homes were built in the 1960s, although there are many being torn down and replaced with beautiful new custom homes.

Most of Hunters Creek Village is north of the Buffalo Bayou and that portion is served by the Spring Branch Independent School District, while the portion south of the Buffalo Bayou is served by the Houston Independent School District. There are also a number of distinguished private schools in the area. TAKS scores of all the schools in the neighborhood are well above the state averages, adding to its esteemed list of amenities.

Residents in Hunters Creek Village benefit not only from their own elected mayor-alderman system, zoning ordinances and tax rate, but also from the excellent Memorial Villages Police Department and equally regarded Village Fire Department. The fire department also provides ambulance services.

Like its sister villages in the surrounding area, Hunters Creek offers its residents a truly unique and desired locale with multiple hike and bike paths, acres of forested properties and a country-estate lifestyle that's hard to beat.

Hunters Creek Village es una comunidad suburbia incorporada cubriendo aproximadamente dos kilómetros cuadrados al sur de la autopista interestatal 10 en el oeste de Houston colindante a otros dos de los populares "Memorial Villages"- Hedwig Village y Piney Point. En la historia de la zona, agricultores alemanes se establecieron en proximidad y establecieron aserraderos para cortar madera local. De lo que fue la granja y país de madera , ultimadamente se dividió a lotes de familias residenciales situado entre los pinos, robles, cerezos y laureles. Y en Diciembre de 1954, la comunidad se incorporo con un alcalde-concejal de gobierno de la ciudad para protegerse del rápido acercamiento y desarrollo de Houston. Se promulgaron las restricciones de zonificación estrictas que permite permitiendo sólo unifamiliares y townhomes casas , con una zona comercial muy limitada.

A pocos minutos del centro de la ciudad, el pueblo tiene ahora casi 100 subdivisiones, algunos muy pequeños. Pero esto no es un pueblo común - en el censo de 2000, Hunters Creek Village está clasificado como el 5 º lugar rico en Texas por ingreso per cápita.

Por lo general, tamaños de lotes comienzan alrededor de media hectárea, como requerido por una ordenanza de la ciudad. La mayoría de las casas fueron construidas en la década de 1960, aunque hay muchos que se han demolido y reemplazado con casas personalizadas y hermosas.

La mayoría de Hunters Creek Village está al norte de Buffalo Bayou y esa parte se sirve del Distrito Escolar Independiente de Spring Branch, mientras que la parte sur de Buffalo Bayou es servido por el Distrito Escolar de Houston. Hay también una serie de distinguidas escuelas privadas en el área. Los resultados del TAKS de todas las escuelas en el barrio son mucho mas superiores a los promedios del estado, añadiendo a la lista de amenidades.

Residentes en Hunters Creek Village se benefician no sólo de su sistema de alcalde electo propio, las ordenanzas de zonificación y la tasa de impuestos, sino también de del excelente Departamento de Policía Memorial e igualmente considerarse del Departamento de Bomberos Village. El departamento de bomberos también proporciona servicios de ambulancia.

Al igual que sus hermanos de los pueblos de sus alrededores, Hunters Creek ofrece a sus residentes un local realmente único con múltiples de carriles-bici, hectáreas de propiedades forestales y estilo de vida de un país que es difícil de superar.

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