Official: Raveneaux Country Club deal expected to close in late January without further Commissioners Court action
According to the HCFCD, the action taken by Harris County Commissioners Court earlier this month both authorized and approved the acquisition, meaning the deal is expected to close by Jan. 30 without another vote.
“The goal is to create something more along the lines of Kickerillo [Mischer Preserve] with beautiful park amenities—little fishing piers, boat launches and walking trails that go around it,” Cagle said.
The event saw representatives from the city of Conroe, Montgomery County, the Texas Legislature and more.
Beazer Homes is planning on developing a 110-home community in the Magnolia area near Kelly Road.
Golf course to detention basin: Harris County Flood Control District set to acquire Raveneaux Country Club by late January
Pending final approval by the Harris County Commissioners Court, the Harris County Flood Control District hopes to acquire the 27.63 acres that encompass Raveneaux Country Club facility by the end of January.
With the oil and gas industry slow to recover and an expected surge in low- and moderate-wage jobs on the horizon, local experts are forecasting a shortage of affordable housing in the Greater Houston area.
The Texas Department of Transportation as well as the Harris and Montgomery county toll road authorities have been working to extend Hwy. 249 from FM 2920 in Tomball to Hwy. 105 in Navasota since 2017.
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Grand Junction is slated to add just under 50 homes to East Hufsmith Road in Tomball.
Home construction is set to start in spring 2020 for 105 homes in Timber Trails.
Cherry Pines is slated to bring 295 homes to the city of Tomball within six years.
Proposed corridor improvements include installing raised medians, retiming and coordinating traffic signals, improving intersection turn lanes, adding bicycle and pedestrian accommodations, installing advanced street name signs, and reconfiguring the I-45 interchange.
The cattery was BARC's most recent step toward expanding its shelter space.
The community would be located on the northside of FM 2920 across from BJ Services, just west of the intersection of FM 2978.
Tomball City Council votes to accept land for construction of public parking lot at Commerce, Cherry streets
The new lot would feature 15 parking spaces, according to city information.
Growing interest has caused the city of Tomball to expand its vision eastward for Old Town.
Grand Pines Drive, one of the few projects left from the $280 million road bond approved by Montgomery County voters in 2015, is scheduled to be complete in April 2020 after roughly three years of delays, Montgomery County Precinct 2 Commissioner Charlie Riley said.
Several new facilities are under construction in Tomball and Magnolia this fall, including an annex to the Magnolia Landmark Building and a new business park in Tomball.
The survey asks residents to rate potential improvements—such as installing a raised median, adding bike accommodations and installing traffic signals—evaluate corridor issues and map locations in need of improvements.
Nearly 1,600 homes are in the works within Tomball city limits, according to a report Community Development Director Craig Meyers presented to Tomball City Council members Oct. 21.
Editor’s note: This is the first article in a series about an update to the city of Tomball’s comprehensive plan. Council members approved the comprehensive plan update during an Oct. 8 meeting, which was after press time for the Oct. 8 Tomball-Magnolia edition of Community Impact Newspaper.
KB Home purchased 20 acres of land off Spring Cypress Road and North Eldridge Parkway in Tomball in July for Willow Wood Place, a new residential community.
Editor's note: This story has been updated to clarify the difference between Texas Central's Sept. 13 announcement about a design-build contract with Salini Impregilo and an October 2018 announcement about a limited-notice-to-proceed agreement with Salini Impregilo.
Developers along the borders of Tomball, Hockley and Cypress have spent the past few years staking claim to some of the few remaining large tracts of undeveloped land, and construction on several new communities is now underway.