Willowbrook, Houston

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Willowbrook is an area in northwest Houston, Texas, United States bordered by the Cutten Road to the east, Grant to the north, Rockland to the west, and Beltway 8 to the south. Sam Houston Race Park is one mile away.

Government and infrastructure[edit]

The neighborhood is within the Harris County Sheriff's Office North Patrol Division and the Houston Police Department's Northwest Patrol Division.[1]

HFD built a temporary Station #96 at West Greens Road and Mills in 1995. In 1999 a new Station #96 was built at Willow Chase and Breton Ridge to service the Willowbrook Mall area and opened in 2000.

City Council District A covers Willowbrook. As of 2008 Toni Lawrence represents the district.[2]

Neighborhoods[edit]

Neighborhoods located in Willowbrook:

  • Willowbrook
  • Willow Chase Park
  • Centerfield

Communities Surrounding Willowbrook:

Demographics[edit]

According to the 2000 census, the current population of Willowbrook Super Neighborhood #1 is 2,741.[3]

Race and Hispanic origin Willowbrook Data[3] % of Area Pop. Houston City Data[3]
American Indian (non-Hispanic) 6 -% 3,234
Asian (non-Hispanic) 196 -% 102,706
Black (non-Hispanic) 512 -% 487,851
Hispanic (of any race) 419 -% 730,865
Native Hawaiian (non-Hispanic) 5 -% 680
White (non-Hispanic) 1,541 -% 601,851
Two or More (non-Hispanic) 59 -% 23,830
Other (non-Hispanic) 3 -% 2,614
Age Group Willowbrook Data[3] % of Area Pop. Houston City Data[3]
Under 5 Years 219 -% 160,797
5 - 17 Years 349 -% 375,861
18 - 65 Years 1,639 -% 1,252,908
65 and Over 534 -% 164,065

Education[edit]

Students living in the district are zoned to Spring Independent School District, and Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District

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Coordinates: 29°57′17″N 95°33′05″W / 29.9547°N 95.5513°W / 29.9547; -95.5513