Willow Meadows, Houston

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Willow Meadows

Willow Meadows is a subdivision in Houston, Texas, United States

Willow Meadows straddles the southwest corner of 610 Loop, but lies fully inside Beltway 8. The subdivision is next to Meyer Park, a shopping center. Willow Meadows is east of Meyerland, north of Willowbend, west of Westwood, and south of the city of Bellaire.

The neighborhood consists of a handful of tree-lined streets. The homes are generally 30 to 40 year-old ranch style houses. Because of its relatively short commute time to the Texas Medical Center, Downtown Houston, and Uptown Houston, the neighborhood is home to mostly upper-middle class professionals and educators. The neighborhood does border Brays Bayou which occasionally floods the northern reaches of the subdivision. However, flooding levels throughout the neighborhood tend to be lower than surrounding neighborhoods.

Willow Meadows is in Texas's 7th congressional district [1].

Education[edit]

Red Elementary School

Willow Meadows is zoned to Houston ISD schools.[1] All residents are zoned to Red Elementary School and Johnston Middle School (Students zoned to Johnston Middle School may attend Pin Oak Middle School in Bellaire instead). Residents north of West Bellfort are zoned to Bellaire High School (in Bellaire), while residents south of West Bellfort are zoned to Westbury High School.

The Robert M. Beren Academy, a K-12 Judaic school, is located in the area [2].

Ms. Wagner's School and Trafton Academy are also in the area.

The Emery/Weiner School is east of the subdivision bordering the Westwood subdivision.

Police service[edit]

The neighborhood is within the Houston Police Department's Southwest Patrol Division [3].

Community information[edit]

Willow Park, a park operated by the City of Houston, is located at 10400 Cliffwood, adjacent to Red Elementary School [4].

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WillowMeadowsMap.jpg" (Archive). Willow Meadows. Retrieved on April 13, 2014.

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