- Suburb of Houston, TX
- grade BOverall Grade
- Suburb of Houston, TX
- Rating 4.11 out of 5 229 reviews
Rating 4.11 out of 5 229 reviews
Humble had been a great location to live. As this is the apart of the Houston/Harris County area the commute is typical however you have many great things within the area that doesn't require you to travel far often.
It’s been 7 years since I moved to humble and I actually like it. It’s really quite and everyone know everyone. The food is great out here.
There are really god places to eat. However not many places to hangout afterwards. There is diversity in Humble and many cultures that one gets to experience. Commuting is okay, there are sometimes traffic on roads on that involve construction.
Moved to a new neighborhood and it’s beautiful, hoa fees are high but worth it; very clean and safety is top priority there are two paid constables on duty 24 hours a day. Hidden gem neighborhood might pay more for the home but it’s worth it and the new heb is going to make it even better! My child goes to private school so not sure how the public schools are around here.
Humble has been a great place to live over these last two years i've meet new people new friends and started a great job a Chick-Fil-A Lake Houston. My school Atascocita Highschool has been a great school to attend and overall humble has been wonderful.
Ever since my family and I established ourselves in Humble, Texas after we moved from New York, our lives have improved tremendously. Unlike Manhattan, New York, we don't have to worry about killing roaches every other week, most people are kind and compassionate, and we have much more freedom to roam about in large spaces. The only downside, our biggest downside, was how schools were assigned to us based on where we lived instead of being chosen individually. This caught us completely off guard at first and resulted in me being forced to attend a school that wasn't the best fit for me. Still, not a bad place to live overall.
I like Humble, the atmosphere here is very relaxing and cheerful. I would like to see more sidewalks along the streets though. Just down Will Clayton Parkway, there's only half of the road that has sidewalks. It's very annoying that I either have to cross the road to get to the sidewalk then cross all the way back just to have a sidewalk, or I have to suffer through the muddy grass after it rains.
It's very calm. The area we live in has great, polite people living in the neighborhood. It also has lots of stores and restaurants near by, so it's very handy.
It's a very diverse and "humble" city the schools are amazing. Nightlife isn't the best unless you go to downtown Houston, however, Humble is an amazing place to settle. I've met life-long friendships not to mention the love of my life. It's plenty of stores and places to eat and hang out, and it's not far from other special places in Houston. Traffic isn't that bad not to mention it's very clean and family-friendly. Ever since we moved here, even my family has decided to retire here, a very peaceful, fun, and loving community.
I have grown up living in the Humble are for most of my life. There are great communities and neighborhoods that house very kind, sweet-hearted people. In my experience, my family has never had any bad neighbors. Humble is just on the outskirts of one of the biggest cities in the country, Houston. With parks, places of entertainment, great food spots, there's plenty to keep you busy in the city of Humble.
I have been living in humble for almost all my life. Everything is so close. So many stores and restaurants around. Many people like moving to humble because of how diverse it is.
I have been living in this city at Sunset Ridge West for almost 10 years and it is a good area near retail stores, grocery stores, fast food restaurants, and both my elementary, middle, and high schools. And it is very close by to where I work and other stores in Humble, such as Deerbrook Mall.
I like living in Humble. It is over all a nice and quiet city. I really wouldn’t change anything about it.
I moved to Humble, TX a year ago, and since then it seems as though crime and homlessness has gotten worse. My own home got broken into back in April. I did not attend Humble HS but I did attend Kingwood HS and it had very great educational oppurtunities, but the staff and students are very snobby. The only good thing I can say about this area is the farmers market and the Berry Bar, but these two things are technically in Kingwood. All I have to say if you are thinking of moving here, get cameras for your house and make friends with your neighbors.
Living in Humbleis a pretty good place to live. Is there lots to do? not really but, if you wanna do something small there's always the local park or roller skating rink, mall, theater, etc..
I've lived in the area for about nine years, and it's been pretty good living here. I like how small the town is and how close everything is. It's nice to ride through and see Old Humble with all of its history.
I have been living in the humble area for the last couple of months in a new and upcoming area called The Groves. While it is a beautiful new area, I wish there was a variety of services, restaurants, and entertainment options. Options here are incredibly limited and one often has to travel to either Houston or Kingwood to be able to do anything. The crime rate in humble is also a little high, it is not necessarily safe at night time either. Something that I do like is that The Groves, a neighborhood in Humble is that the area is nice. It has a lot of potential that I hope gets realized, I am hopeful for the future.