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What You’ll Love About Katy


The Amenities

Shops, restaurants, schools, parks, a convention center... Katy offers all the amenities a growing city needs!

The Employment

Katy's local economy is supported by major employers in several industries, from education to petroleum.

The Weather

Sunny summer days, mild winters, and early springs are just three more reasons to love living in Katy!


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What Residential Life is Like in Katy

In a community so close to Houston, residents benefit from big-city amenities without sacrificing their slower-paced way of life. In Katy, a city of about 16,000 people, residents can support their neighbors at local businesses, shop for anything they need at the Katy Mills mall, enjoy fishing and fresh air at local parks, and attend schools in a top-rated district. Plus, with Houston's parks, shopping malls, and major attractions close by, residents are only minutes from a plethora of fun things to do.

Spotlights of Katy, Texas


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Parks & Recreation

Fishing, jogging, mini-golfing, picnicking, playing on the playground, and swimming in the community center pool are popular activities residents enjoy at just Mary Jo Peckham Park. Katy boasts more than a dozen parks and community centers, including a hockey complex.

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Featured Attractions

Eager to learn how Katy grew from a prairie settlement to a populous city? Discover the local history at the Katy Heritage Museum, and take a self-guided tour of the city to find all of the Legacy Trees — large and historically significant oaks, loblolly pines, magnolias, and more.

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Employment

Residents don't have to commute to Houston for work. The largest employers in the city include the Katy Independent School District (ISD), Academy Sports + Outdoors, and Igloo Products Corp.

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Education

The Katy Independent School District boasts numerous awards and accolades, including "Best Communities for Musical Education" (National Association of Music Merchants Foundation), "Best School Districts in Texas" (Niche), and "Best High Schools — Silver" (US News & World Report).


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Katy at a Glance

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Quick Facts

Population (2015): 16,158
Population Growth Since 2000: +14.4%
County: Harris, Fort Bend, and Waller Counties
Median Home Price (2015): $156,300

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Travel & Commute

Houston: 40-45 min.
Public Transit: METRO, Park & Ride
Airport: Sugar Land Regional Airport
Major Highways: I-10, Grand Parkway (toll)


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