Humble and Atascocita Community Information

Humble and Atascocita’s unique charm combined with the booming metropolis, culture and arts of nearby Houston, make them progressive cities soaked in Southern style. Recently, MONEY and CNN/Money magazines spent months looking for Great American towns, where one would want to raise children and celebrate life's milestones. Both Humble and Atascocita placed in the top 1,100 towns in the nation for the title of “Best Places to Live” in 2005.

Nearby Houston has nurtured a superb arts scene, readily available to the residents of Humble and Atascocita. The theater district is an important feature of Houston’s great quality of life, and is located amidst elegant modern architecture rising from an urban forest. International cuisine, mild weather that allows year-round outdoor recreation and entertainment with theme parks, major-league sports arenas and highly acclaimed museums are all available to the delight of residents.

Humble takes its roots as a pioneering oil boom town, as petroleum has been the basis of Humble's economy since the beginning. The city was the namesake for Humble Oil, which later became the Exxon Corporation. While the proximity to Houston Intercontinental Airport and Lake Houston attracts new residents to Humble, it gave rise to fourteen new subdivisions. Along with the rapidly increasing growth of population came the need for more stores and services. Much of the retail growth occurred in Humble, but substantial commercial development also occurred in Kingwood and Atascocita. Old Humble is populated by artists and antique dealers. Opening in the mid-1980s, the one million square-feet Deerbrook Mall became the area's major commercial center.

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