Welcome to Spring

Quiet neighborhoods with convenient shopping, just 25 minutes north of Houston 

Sitting just 25 minutes north of downtown Houston, Spring gives commuters and adventurers quick access to the big city whenever they need it. Spring is a sprawling area with various housing and lifestyle options to suit your needs and budget.  Living in Spring provides the suburban comforts in quiet neighborhoods, from gated communities to well-established, tree-lined street neighborhoods, all offering good access to parks. 
One of the standout features of Spring is its natural beauty. The area is home to several parks and nature preserves, including the Mercer Arboretum and Botanic Gardens and the Spring Creek Greenway. These natural spaces offer ample opportunities for hiking, biking, and enjoying the great outdoors.

Located along the I45 corridor and Hardy Toll Road, Spring also provides easy access to downtown Houston and George Bush International Airport (IAH).

What to Love

  • Sprawling quiet neighborhoods interspersed with ample shopping and an easy commute to Houston
  • Variety of shopping at your doorstep, from big box stores to locally owned businesses
  • Great entertainment and outdoor recreation options for people of all ages

Local Lifestyle

You will find a delightful lifestyle fusion of water parks, festivals, and numerous annual events making Spring an exciting place to live. There is always something going on, allowing you to join in the community fun and get to know your neighbors. The community is welcoming, offering classic Texas hospitality. Quiet neighborhoods connect with tranquil parks, where residents gather on the weekends to enjoy some Texas sunshine. Spring is the kind of place where you can set your own pace and build the kind of lifestyle you've always wanted.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Old Town Spring is the place to start your adventure if you are looking for something to do in Spring. Initially settled in the early 1900s, the area retains a lot of that original Old West charm with Victorian-style homes and quaint boutiques. Check out Camille's for vintage clothing and antiques, or grab a cup of world-class coffee at Trilogy Brew. Outside Old Town, head north to dine at Zara's Mediterranean Kitchen. It's a charming local favorite that serves Mediterranean fare, such as lamb shanks, hummus, and lentil soup. Take your tastebuds further afield at Palette Indian Kitchen, offering a variety of delectable Indian dishes, including a must-try biryani. And all Texas restaurant lists need BBQ! If you are a fan of BBQ, then you'll want to visit Corkscrew BBQ. This highly-rated BBQ establishment has a superb aesthetic that locals treasure for its mouthwatering meats.

Things to Do

Mark your calendar for the Spring Texas Music Fest! The Bareback Bar & Icehouse based annual festival features national music artists while raising money for worthy local causes.
Outdoor enthusiasts will want to explore Spring Creek Greenway. With almost 40 miles of green space, you'll have all the room you want for biking, hiking, fishing, canoeing, and all your favorite outdoor activities. 
Fun for all ages can be found at Hurricane Harbor Splashtown. Part of the Six Flags family, this water park has slides, a fantastic lazy river, and attractions for you to enjoy. It's perfect for those hot Texas summer days when you need to keep cool. 

Overview for Spring, TX

62,569 people live in Spring, where the median age is 33.6 and the average individual income is $31,014. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

33.6 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Spring, TX

Spring has 20,716 households, with an average household size of 3.02. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Spring do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 62,569 people call Spring home. The population density is 2,782.06 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Work With Kathleen

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