Looking for apartments in apartments in Humble, TX?
Humble first became a commercial center because of its vast timber resources, but with the discovery of oil in 1902, referred to as "the good oil days," it soon became a tent city for wildcatters. By 1905, the Humble field was the largest oil producing field in Texas.
Every year, senior citizens of Humble, Texas, present the annual Good Oil Days Festival, with arts, crafts, food, and fun benefiting the Humble Area Senior Activity Center.
The city is located in northeast quadrant of Harris County and covers 10 square miles. It is 5 miles north of the outer loop of Houston (Beltway 8 W/E) and 5 miles east of Houston Intercontinental Airport.
Deerbrook Mall, at 20131 Highway 59 North, has 140 stores and restaurants: Dillard's, Macy's, JCPenney, Sears, Palais Royal, Barnes & Noble Booksellers, and AMC 24 movies. The mall offers a nursing area and Wi-Fi.
Lakeshore Villas, on the shores of Lake Houston, offers apartments overlooking the water. It has a putting green, gazebo, pool, and pier right on the lake.
Humble ISD serves the communities of Atascocita, Fall Creek, Humble, Kingwood, and Summerwood. A fast-growing district, Humble ISD educates 34,000 students, operates five high schools, seven middle schools, and 24 elementary schools. Humble will be opening its 25th elementary school in 2009-2010.