Spring Branch West is a neighborhood in Houston, Texas with a population of 31,251. Spring Branch West is in Harris County and is one of the best places to live in Texas. Living in Spring Branch West offers residents an urban suburban mix feel and most residents rent their homes. In Spring Branch West there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Spring Branch West and residents tend to lean liberal. The public schools in Spring Branch West are above average.
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Spring Branch West Reviews
I have lived in Spring Branch for 18 years. I remember the area struggling with violence and hearing gunshots as a child. While I expected the area to worsen, it has actually improved. The city has taken great measures to improve my neighborhood. I feel safer and the area is nicer. Shopping, food, and schools are nearby as well as three of the major freeways. New real estate and town homes are available for a great price, especially when considering its proximity to downtown Houston.
I grew up in Spring Branch and it was an awesome neighborhood! Respect went a long way. I would like to see the neighborhood kids now days show a little bit more respect towards each other. Respect other people values, opinions, and differences.
I would like this area to improve the communication with the community, I moved here 2 years ago and so far is a calm area, but there is like a racial barrier that separates the hispanic zone with the caucasian zone, I feel that there is work in making the community interact with each other and have mutual involvement, and improve the propaganda of newly open job spots in the area.