Featured neighborhood: Learn more about Williamsburg Settlement in the Katy area

Williamsburg Settlement offers more than 760 home lots near Katy Asian Town and the new University of Houston System campus in Katy. The neighborhood includes a clubhouse that families can rent for events, a playground and a pool that hosts a swim team. Community activities include a featured yard of the month, a Christmas holiday yard decorating contest as well as spring and fall garage sales.

Build-out year: 1984
Square footage: 1,792-4,291
Home values: $150,000-$350,000
HOA dues (estimated): $750 annually
Amenities: clubhouse, playground, pool
Schools: Winborn Elementary School, Morton Ranch Junior High School and Morton Ranch High School in Katy ISD

Property taxes (in dollars):
Katy ISD - 1.51660
Harris County - 0.41858
Harris County Flood Control District - 0.02877
Port of Houston Authority - 0.01155
Harris County Hospital District - 0.17108
Harris County Dept. of Education - 0.00519
Harris County MUD 61 - 0.48000
Harris County ESD No. 48 - 0.10000
Total (per $100 valuation) - 2.73177



Neighborhood data provided by See Tim Sell LLC, Tim Sojka, Keller Williams Realty
By Jen Para
Jen joined Community Impact Newspaper in fall 2018 as the editor of the Katy edition. A graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, Jen has written about business, politics and education. Prior to CI, Jen was the web producer at Houston Business Journal.


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