About Clear Lake/Webster
Both Clear Lake and Webster are communities with commercial vibrancy. Just a short drive away from the Houston metropolitan area, these communities also offer various opportunities. Both communities are also adjacent to NASA’s Johnson Space Center.
As the second-largest master-planned community in Houston, Clear Lake is a community consisting of multiple cities that all lay within the corporate limits of the Houston area. Its diverse economy and low unemployment rate makes it an incredibly attractive place to live.
Like Clear Lake, Webster offers the same perks, along with a strong sense of community, various forms of entertainment, and great school systems for those who have children! Take a look at what both of these wonderful communities have to offer.
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Both Clear Lake and Webster are served by the Clear Creek Independent School District and The University of Houston at Clear Lake! Both are highly rated and great school systems for Clear Lake and Webster residents!
Dining and Shopping
Both communities share a wide variety of cuisines for any mood you are in! As for shopping, both are also close to Baybrook Mall, so whenever you feel like shopping, head out to this great shopping center with the most popular brands of today!
A number of cultural events occur in and near the communities. The Bay Area Houston Ballet and Theatre group stages ballet and American musical theater performances. The Clear Lake Symphony offer performances each year from classical to pop. The Arts Alliance at Clear Lake, a group of 50 area arts organizations, regularly schedules arts exhibits, musical performances, and other arts programs.
The Gulf Coast Film Festival annually showcases independent films from local, regional and international artists in various categories ranging from short films to documentaries. The Ballunar Festival is an annual hot-air balloon spectacular. The Wings over Houston Air Fest at Ellington Field offers air acrobatics by military and civilian pilots.
Parks and Recreation
The City of Houston operates the Sylvan Rodriguez Park on Clear Lake City Boulevard.
The Clear Lake City Community Association, Inc. (CLCAA) operates the Kermit H. Applewhite Sports and Recreation Center at 16511 Diana Lane. The center includes an indoor heated pool, a fitness room, several outdoor pools, an air-conditioned gymnasium, and tennis courts.
The Edgar A. Smith Family YMCA is also nearby for all Clear Lake and Webster residents!
For those traveling toward the Houston metropolitan area, it is about a 35 minute drive via I-45 if traffic is light. For those avoiding I-45, there are other routes that have less traffic! And of course, there is always the HOV lane for those who are carpooling downtown!
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