|Independence Heights||The first city incorporated by African Americans in the State of Texas.
Oral History Project
Independence Heights Neighborhood Center
Independence Heights is located in Super Neighborhood #13.
|Houston Heights||District H encompasses some of the Greater Heights neighborhoods including Woodland Heights, Norhill, Montie Beach and Proctor Plaza. The Heights is located in Super Neighborhood #15.|
|Washington Avenue Corridor||The Avenue runs between Downtown Houston, the Sixth Ward, and the Houston Heights, and is home to a thriving entertainment district Washington Avenue Corridor is located in Super Neighborhood #22.|
|Northline||Northline is a majority Hispanic community located near I-45, east of Acres Homes and South of Aldine.Northline is located in Super Neighborhood #45.
|Near Northside||Immediately north of downtown, Moody Park, Davis High School and Carnegie Library complex are important gathering places in the Near Northside.|
|Second Ward||Once home to Howard Hughes, the industrial Second Ward is drawing new residents with its proximity to Downtown and Minute Maid Park.Second Ward is located in Super Neighborhood #63.|
|First Ward||The First Ward is part of the Historic District along Buffalo Bayou, with many of the oldest buildings in Houston.
First Ward Civic Council
|Old Sixth Ward||Home to approximately 2,000 Houstonians, the old Sixth Ward is widely known for award-winning restored homes.
Old Sixth Ward
The Old Sixth Ward Historic District
|Lindale Park||Inside the Loop and east of 1-45, Lindale Park is a community of thriving Ethnic-American backgrounds and cultural diversity.
Lindale Park Civic Club
|Denver Harbor||Denver Harbor, one of Houston’s original neighborhoods, is located north of the Houston Ship Channel. (Read More) Denver Harbor is located in In Super Neighborhood #56.|
|Eastex/Jensen||Eastex/Jensen is located in Super Neighborhood #46.