Greater Eastwood is a neighborhood in Houston, Texas with a population of 11,221. Greater Eastwood is in Harris County. Living in Greater Eastwood offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Greater Eastwood there are a lot of bars, restaurants, and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Greater Eastwood and residents tend to be liberal.
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Greater Eastwood Reviews
Although I moved to this area recently, I've lived here before (in another house) and I've noticed that there is a higher than average shoplifting rate at local stores. Stores in this area show more the use of cameras in their establishments and usually have more security guards than in stores in other areas. However, this is not an area where I've heard about violence in the streets or domestic violence. Police officers are very common to see in this area and are very accesible to any questions or concerns you may have. Crime and safety is a topic in the area where I live in that could certainly be improved.
The area where I live in is a tranquil neighborhood. There are many interesting places around it and although is not a rich neighborhood, it is a great place to start living as a young person. I wouldn't, however, live here my whole life. I'd try to move in into a neighborhood with bigger, fancier and cleaner houses.
First and foremost, the infrastructure, including roads and parks, has gone neglected. There are several potholes that claim the lives of many cars. The sidewalks are sometimes missing form the side of the road. I can also see the gutter, which is not a pleasant site. Overall, it needs a lot of work. The community however seems to be thriving, and there are good people in the community to balance out the bad people.