Featured Neighborhood: Get a closer look at Hunter's Glen in Missouri City

Hunters Glen is a neighborhood in Missouri City featuring mostly midsize homes. The community dates back to 1976.

Build-out year: 2007

Median square footage: 1,775

Number of homes: 2,104

HOA dues (estimated): $495 annually


Schools: Hunters Glen Elementary, Missouri City Middle School, Thurgood Marshall High School

Property taxes (in dollars):

City of Missouri City: 0.63000

HCC Missouri City: 0.10026

Fort Bend County General: 0.44500

Fort Bend Drainage: 0.01900

Fort Bend ISD: 1.32000

Blueridge West MUD: 0.40000

Total (per $100 valuation): 2.91426


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Many churches in the Sugar Land and Missouri City area have moved worship services online this Easter weekend. (Courtesy Pexels)
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State legislators request federal officials halt activity on Texas Central's high-speed rail project

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Fort Bend County Commissioners Court approved three grant applications related to the coronavirus pandemic at a regular April 8 meeting. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
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Sheena Abraham, the director of advancement at Second Mile, spoke with Community Impact Newspaper about how the nonprofit is continuing to serve the community.
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Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Second Mile is providing food to 500-700 families any day the nonprofit is open.