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Nottingham Country, Texas

Nottingham Country is a master-planned community developed during the 1970s and 1980s in multiple phases by the Kickerillo Companies in Harris County, Texas, lying in unincorporated Harris County between the cities of Katy, Texas and Houston, Texas, with a population of approximately 5,000.

Nottingham Country was built in the 1970s and 1980s. It is bordered by Interstate 10 at the north, Westgreen Boulevard to the west, Fry Road to the east, and Highland Knolls Drive to the south. The neighborhood is divided into 10 sections, with section 1 being the oldest. Although it does not fall within the city of Katy, the entire neighborhood lies within the Katy post office's jurisdiction (zip 77450) and is served by the Katy Independent School District.

Schools

Nottingham Country is served by Katy Independent School District.

Elementary

  • Nottingham Country Elementary
  • Hazel S. Pattison Elementary

Secondary

Junior High

  • Garland McMeans Junior High
  • Memorial Parkway Junior High

Senior High


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