Discover Atascocita

Discover Atascocita

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As early as 1690, Spanish explorer Alonzo DeLeon established an east-west trail for military use that became known as the Atascosito Road. It took its name from the Spanish outpost now known as Liberty, Texas. In 1757, the Spanish built a fort and established the Atascosito Settlement on this road to prevent the French from trading with the Indians. It became so widely used that by 1820 it had become the most traveled road in Texas, connecting San Antonio, San Felipe, and Atascosito. Today, known as FM 1960, it serves as the most direct east-west route in the region. The community of Atascocita now encompasses more than 15 subdivisions, and has become the second fastest growing residential community in the nation.

Most of the individual subdivisions in Atascocita feature their own parks, swimming pools, tennis courts, and easy access to recreational facilities. Additionally, area residents can enjoy two recreational facilities. Located on more than 120 acres, the Lindsay Lyons Park/Sports Center features a playground and barbecue pavilion, in addition to numerous athletic fi elds and facilities for soccer, baseball, football, and girl?s softball. For information call (281) 454-5326. Located across Lake Houston from Atascocita in Huffman, I.T. May Park features a state-ofthe-art community center that is home to one of the area?s best senior citizen?s programs. For information call (281) 324-1294.

Bordering Atascocita on the east, Lake Houston plays a vital role in the area?s recreational offerings. Formed by the damming of the San
Jacinto River, the lake offers excellent opportunities for swimming, fishing, boating, and skiing. With access from numerous public boat ramps, fishing enthusiasts are drawn to more than a dozen varieties of fish found in the lake. Boat
enthusiasts find that the lake has sufficient depth to accommodate power boats, ski boats, bass boats, and jet skis. At the other end of the spectrum, human-powered, shallow-draft vessels such as canoes and kayaks can navigate the breathtaking scenery and native wildlife of the lake and its sources such as the San Jacinto River and Spring Creek. The waters of the lake and its tributaries are patrolled by Lake Patrol authorities and Texas Parks and Wildlife game wardens.

Atascocita Facts

  • Population: 52,478
  • Total Households: 17,621
  • Deed restrictions: Enforced
  • Government: Harris County, Precinct 4
  • Education – Humble ISD: 281-641-8000


  • Metro Park & Ride: to downtown Houston
  • Metro Park & Ride: to Greenspoint
  • Rush hour drive to downtown: 40 minutes

Atascocita Quick Reference

  • Police: Harris Co. Constables: 281-540-1010
  • Fire: Atascocita Vol. Fire Dept: 281-852-2181

Utilities – Electricity

  • Ambit Energy: 832-260-2783
  • Power Energy USA: 281-315-8877
  • Reliant Energy: 713-207-7777
  • Compare Providers:

For Outages or service call

  • Centerpoint Energy: 713-207-2222
  • Street light repair: 713-207-2222
  • Gas: CenterPoint Energy: 713-659-2111

Telephone & Internet:

  • Comcast: 866-886-6838
  • CenturyLink: 800-366-8201
  • Cable: Comcast: 866-886-6838
  • Water: Harris County M.U.D.
  • Dist. 46: Park; Timbers; Trails: 713-849-9096
  • Dist. 109: Oaks; Country Oaks; Meadows;
  • Kingwood Glen; North; West; Kings Lake Estates;Belleau Woods East: 281-895-8547
  • Dist. 132: Pines; Shores: 281-579-4500
  • Dist. 151: Kings River; Pinehurst; Lake Houston Pkwy. from 1960 to the river: 281-579-4500
  • Dist. 152 : Atascocita South; Atasca Woods: 281-240-1988
  • Dist. 153: Walden: 713-983-3000
  • Dist. 106: Eagle Springs: 281-579-4500
  • Trails of the Lakes: Atascocita Forest; developments along Will Clayton south of Atascocita Rd. to Eagle Springs: 281-240-1988


  • C.I.A. Services, Inc: 281-852-1700
  • Atascocita Library: 281-812-2160
  • Automobile Registration: 713-224-1919
  • Community Asset Mgmt: 281-852-1155
  • Driver?s License: 281-446-3391
  • Humble Post Office: 281-540-1775
  • Tax Office: 713-224-1919
  • Voter Registration: 713-224-1919


  • Harris Co. Precinct 4: 713-755-6444
  • State of Texas: 800-252-9600


  • ICON Hospital: 281-446-2839
  • Kingwood Medical Center: 281-348-8000
  • Memorial Hermann Northeast: 281-540-7700


  • The Observer Newspapers: 281-446-1071
  • TheTribune Newspapers: 281-540-8742
  • Houston Chronicle This Week: 713-220-6183