Lake Houston

Lake Houston Family YMCA

The $14 million restoration of Lake Houston Family YMCA is complete

Lake Houston Family YMCA will host a ribbon cutting ceremony on June 11, 2019 after closing its doors in 2017 due to water damage from Hurricane Harvey.

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Zammitti's Italian Ristorante

Zammitti’s Italian Ristorante is OPEN AGAIN in Kings-Harbor

Zammitti's opened their doors again on February 3, 2019 after being closed by the flood water of Hurricane Harvey in August 2017.

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Shark Bites Kingwood

Shark Alert at Kings Harbor!

Shark Bites have been reported... and Kingwood residents near Kings Harbor should be on HIGH ALERT because SHARKY's Waterfront Grill will open again!

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A nine foot diameter tunnel for water that will flow under W. Lake Houston Pkwy

It's part of what some have called the largest expansion project in the world.

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The Shoppes at Lake Houston

The Shoppes at Lake Houston is a 20 acre development of Capital Retail Properties at the main entrance into The Bridges of Lake Houston in Atascocita, TX.

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Sylvester Turner

The $381 Million Luce Bayou Project breaks ground will deliver 500 million gallons of water per day to Lake Houston

Interviews from the Luce Bayou groundbreaking. Once complete the project will deliver 500 million gallons of water per day to Lake Houston

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Celebrate Lake Houston at Lake Houston Day, Saturday April 25, 2015

Lake Houston Day will be held on April 25, 2015 from 1:00 P.M. until 7:00 P.M. at Texas Adaptive Aquatics Sports located at 103 Page Lane in Huffman, Texas.

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Bridges on Lake Houston – NOW OPEN

D.R. Horton officially opened their temporary sales office today in the new Bridges on Lake Houston community.

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100,000 more Florida Hybrid Black Bass added to Lake Houston

The Lake Houston Sports & Recreation, with the help of Texas Park's and Wildlife (TPWD) released 100,000 Florida Hybrid Black Bass fingerlings into Lake Houston today

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New TPWD Rule requires All boats approaching or leaving Lake Houston to be drained

This applies to all types and sizes of boats whether powered or not, personal watercraft, sailboats, kayaks/canoes, or any other vessel used on public waters.

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