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Part of Harris County, Jacinto City, Texas lies east of the East Loop of I-610 andI-10. It is part of the Houston, Sugar Land-Bay town metro area and borders the cities of Galena Park and Houston. As of last count, the population was about 10,550.
Located in the 77029 zip code, Jacinto City is part of the large metro area of Houston– an area that spans over 10 counties and covers some 900 squares miles. The metroplex spreads approximately 50 miles from each direction.
The median age in Jacinto City is 34 years of age, so many of the young residents commute to Houston and world-class companies, such as Continental Airlines, MinuteMaid (owned by Coca-Cola), or American General (a large insurance business). Banking and general commerce predominates the job market as does Houston’s large port facility and the petro-chemical and oil refining industries.
Residents in Jacinto City like visiting Houston’s Galleria, which features a large mall that is home to over 300 retailers and office complexes. Both Houston’s downtown and the Galleria feature 6.5 miles of malls and underground tunnels. Alight rail system also serves the area.
People who live in Jacinto City appreciate the small-town vibe of the community and the nearby cultural amenities of Houston, including the museums, entertainment options, and performing arts events.
Sports enthusiasts frequently attend events that include Houston’s major professional teams, such as the NFL’s Houston Texans, the MLB’s Houston Astros, and the Houston Rockets of the NBA. Healthcare professionals in Jacinto City frequently work at facilities, such as the Texas Medical Center.
The surrounding landscape of Jacinto City is flat and treeless, crossed by small rivers and streams, with wooded areas taking up the north and northeastern areas. The humid subtropical climate makes the summers sultry and warm, with temperatures usually hovering in the 90’s.
However, the temperature, during other seasons, is usually mild and pleasant, so a brief spell of heat can usually be tolerated by Jacinto City residents. Clear, less humid days are normally experienced during the fall.
Because of their busy lifestyle, Jacinto City residents make use of the OneNeighbor app when ordering lawn care services. They download the app to their smartphone, order lawn care services, including weeding and fertilization, and pay for the service request. The convenient OneNeighbor app makes ordering lawn care simple and super fast.
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