Community Corridor


01 At Vintage Park Salon, patrons can receive services ranging from haircuts to massages to waxing as well as specialty makeup and products. 281-374-1201,

02 Vintage Nails offers specialty manicure and pedicure services to customers along with a variety of nail products. 281-370-8822

03 Great Clips offers haircuts and styling services for men, women and children along with various hair products for sale. 281-251-0400,


04 A new Carl's Jr. location opened last year to offer its increasingly popular burgers and shakes to the Northwest Houston area. 281-257-6897,

05 Kolache Factory offers dozens of kolaches and pastries, including breakfast, lunch and dessert options. 281-257-5855,

06 Menchie's Frozen Yogurt brings distinctive flavors to the area with yogurts ranging from black cherry to Irish mint to apple pie. 832-717-4500,

07 From karaoke to bingo to chicken fried steak night, Stats Sports Bar and Grill offers a variety of weekly specials on food and drinks to its patrons. 281-257-8287,

08 Jimmy John's offers an array of customizable sandwiches for dine in, carry-out and delivery service in addition to private catering services. 281-251-6611,

09 Smash Burger offers traditional burgers along with chicken sandwiches, veggie burgers, gourmet hot dogs and Hagen-Dazs ice cream selections. 281-826-5049,

10 A new Zo's Kitchen opened last month, offering Mediterranean-style cooking for dine in and carry-out. The business specializes in healthy food offerings. 281-251-4392,


11 Open seven days a week, Doctors Express Urgent Care offers physician care to children and adults by appointment or walk-in. 281-320-2338,

12 Best Care Animal Hospital provides preventative medicine and care for animals along with check ups, vaccinations and animal boarding services. 281-251-0893

13 Premier Vision offers eye exams, eye wear and other eye care services such as contact lens fittings and cataract surgery to clients. 281-370-3030,

14 Vintage Park Dentistry provides a range of services, including basic cleanings, cosmetic work, restorations, oral and maxillofacial surgery and orthodontics. 281-374-0031,


15 Shell Gas Station offers self-service gas, food and drinks to customers traveling the Hwy. 249 corridor and surrounding areas. 281-374-6801,

16 Wells Fargo has a freestanding branch to provide individual and commercial account services to customers along with a drive-thru and a walk-up ATM. 281-257-3229,

This is a sample of businesses and organizations in the area.The list is not comprehensive.


Color Me Mine Cypress relocated to a new studio space Oct. 2. (Courtesy Color Me Mine Cypress)
Color Me Mine Cypress relocates studio after 10 years in business

The pottery painting studio has been in Cypress for about 10 years and offers a range of projects as well as events for children and adults.

Heather Lagrone, Adrienne Holloway, Luis Guajardo, Maya Ford and Charleen Jones sit onstage while Holloway introduces the audience to the Harris County Housing Needs Assessment study on Oct. 19. (Emily Lincke/Community Impact Newspaper)
Kinder Institute housing survey results reveal Harris County's needs

To meet the need for additional, more affordable housing for only 20% of the 500,000 cost-burdened residents, 8,174 housing units would need to be added annually through 2031, according to the study.

Jubilee will be located south of Hwy. 290 and west of the Grand Parkway. (Courtesy Johnson Development)
New 1,620-acre community under development in Hockley

Approximately 4,800 homes are planned for Jubilee, and pre-sales are expected to begin in early 2023.

Want to know more about new businesses coming to the Katy area? Below you can find details on the five latest commercial projects filed in Katy. (Courtesy Canva)
CI NATION ROUNDUP: Read the latest top news about restaurants, businesses and other commercial projects that are coming soon or now open

Take a look at the top five trending stories across all of Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas as of Oct. 19.

Huberty will retire at the end of his fifth term in the Texas House of Representatives, where he introduced bills focused on public education reform. (Brooke Ontiveros/Community Impact Newspaper)
Kingwood Rep. Dan Huberty announces retirement after 10 years

Huberty will retire at the end of his fifth term in the Texas House of Representatives, where he introduced bills focused on public education reform.

Burro & Bull is opening this fall in Cypress. (Courtesy Burro & Bull)
Burro & Bull opening soon at former Corky's Ribs & BBQ location in Cypress

The new eatery’s barbecue menu will feature smoky queso, boudin balls, smoked brisket flautas and the entire sausage lineup from Henderson & Kane General Store.

Harris County Commissioners Court's revised redistricting map as of Aug. 31. (Screenshot courtesy Harris County Commissioners Court)
Harris County Commissioners Court to take public comments on redistricting Oct. 21

The meeting will be held at the Harris County Commissioners Court, located at 1001 Preston St., Ste. 934, Houston, at 4 p.m.

The new H-E-B store is located on Ronald Reagan Boulevard in north Leander. (Taylor Girtman/Community Impact Newspaper)
CI NATION ROUNDUP: New H-E-B in Leander opening soon; Texas Supreme Court grants rehearing for high-speed rail eminent domain case and more top news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across all of Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas as of Oct. 18.

In September, Prioritize & Organize opened offering decluttering services to customers in the Greater Houston area. (Courtesy Ashton Wilson)
Spring-based Prioritize & Organize now offering decluttering services across Greater Houston area

Prioritize & Organize, an organization and decluttering business based out of Spring, opened in September.

Early voting for the Nov. 2 election runs from Oct. 18-29. (Graphic by Community Impact Newspaper staff)
When, where in Cy-Fair to cast an early vote for Nov. 2 election

Statewide propositions are on the ballot in addition to three positions on the Cy-Fair ISD board of trustees.

Texas Medical Center: Coronavirus patient numbers drop 25% in one week, dip below 800

The number of COVID-19 patients hospitalized at Texas Medical Center institutions has continued its decline.