The Fort Bend/Houston Neighborhood is located in far South, Southwest Houston and is generally located between the South Sam Houston Tollway/Beltway 8 and McHard Road, and between Hiram Clark Rd Fondren.  Fort Bend/Houston is a collection of middle class subdivisions developed in the 1960s and 1970s in northeastern Fort Bend County. Beginning in the 1970s,the area has attracted middle class African-American families. Most of the housing in the area is single-family. New home construction has recently resumed in the southeastern part of this Fort Bend ISD community.

Community Venues

  • Stimley-Blueridge Library
  • Houston Community College (Willie Lee Gay Hall), South campus
  • Johnson Library
  • Police Store Front
  • Blueridge Park
  • Lohse Tract Public Park
  • Houston Fire Station 80

Civic Associations

  • There are 14 (Fourteen) Civic Associations in the SN

Contact Info

Attention: Mary Ross (SN President)
P.O. Box 451827
Houston, TX 77245-1827
Phone: 713 443-2453
Fax: 281-437-5381
mrross@swbell.net

Neighborhood Statistical Info

  • Houston City Council District D
  • Fort Bend Independent School District (6 public schools)
  • 4,826 acres (7.54 sq. miles)