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Below is some general information about Spring Branch:
Spring Branch is a district in west-northwest Harris County, Texas, United States, roughly bordered by Clay Road and U.S. Highway 290 to the north, Beltway 8 to the west, Interstate 10 to the south, and the 610 Loop to the east; it is almost entirely within the City of Houston. Established by the Texas Legislature, the Spring Branch Management District exercises jurisdiction over the area. Several minor bayous run through the community, including Brickhouse Gully, Spring Branch (the neighborhood namesake), and Briar Branch, which drain into Buffalo Bayou in central Houston. Spring Lake is a large pond near the center of the neighborhood. Spring Branch, as of 2008, includes significant immigrant Korean American and Hispanic American communities.
The district has access to Interstate 10, the 610 Loop, Beltway 8, and the Hempstead Highway. The district is in proximity to Downtown Houston, the Energy Corridor, the Memorial City District (including Memorial City Mall and the Memorial Hermann Hospital Memorial City), the Texas Medical Center, Uptown Houston (including The Galleria), and Westchase. Terrence McCoy of the Houston Press said in 2012 that in Spring Branch venues lined with orderly yards and American flags buttress shopping centers where Spanish dominates.
John Nova Lomax of the Houston Press said that Spring Branch has many “old-school ethnic eateries” and described Long Point Road, Spring Branch’s main road, as thrift store nirvana. The journalist added that Long Point has few chain businesses and stores. La Michoacana Meat Market has its headquarters in Spring Branch and in Houston. BJ Services Company has its headquarters in the Spring Branch district and in unincorporated Harris County. Tesco Corporation has its headquarters in the Spring Branch district and in Houston. Cameron International Corporation’s Drilling and Production Systems center is in the Westway Business Park in Spring Branch and in an unincorporated area. NZ Control Specialists has its headquarters in Spring Branch and is one of Spring Branch’s oldest private security companies, opening their doors in 1977. Previously, Igloo Corporation had a manufacturing facility in Spring Branch. The Spring Branch location also housed the company headquarters. In 2004, Igloo announced that it was consolidating to a location in unincorporated Waller County, Texas, near Katy. Before its dissolution, Weiner’s had its headquarters in Spring Branch and in Houston. At one time, AppleTree Markets had its headquarters in Spring Branch and in Houston.
The Spring Branch District within Houston is served by the Houston Police Department Northwest Patrol Division, headquartered at 6000 Teague Road. The Spring Branch Storefront Station is located at Suite A at 8400 Long Point Road. The Houston Fire Department serves areas within Houston and operates Fire Station #5 Old Spring Branch at 2020 Hollister Road, Fire Station #38 West Side at 1120 Silber Road, Fire Station #49 at 1212 Gessner Drive, and Fire Station #77 Spring Shadows at 10155 Kempwood Drive; the stations are in Fire District 5. Some unincorporated areas in Spring Branch are served by the Houston Fire Department, while others are served by the Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department. Station 38 was built in 1955. Station 49 opened in a former Spring Branch Volunteer Fire Department facility at Campbell at Long Point in 1956. Station 49 moved to Gessner at Westview in 1961. Station 5 moved from what is now Downtown Houston to Spring Branch in 1977. Station 77 opened in 1990. Station 38 was last renovated during the financial year of 1995. Station 49 closed in April 2008 before undergoing a $753,821.40 renovation. The station reopened on February 9, 2009, and the re-opening ceremony occurred on March 16, 2009. A renovation of Station 5 is scheduled for 2011.
The Spring Branch Medical Center, located in Spring Branch, was the first hospital outside of the Texas Medical Center to perform open heart surgery. As the owners of the Spring Branch Medical Center attempted to sell the facility to the Harris County Hospital District, the owners announced that the hospital would close by May 1, 2010. Because the hospital was ending inpatient services, it announced that it was laying off 720 employees. As of March 2010 it employed 509 full-time employees and 211 part-time employees. The hospital plans to continue offering outpatient programs such as emergency care services, imaging services, and radiation oncology. Houston-based McVey & Co. Investments LLC purchased Spring Branch Medical Center, at 8850 Long Point Road, early 2011. Marty McVey, chairman of the hospital, is currently reopening the historic community hospital. The website for the hospital changed to www.sbmchealth.com. Texas Children’s Pediatric Associates Spring Branch, a child health care center affiliated with Texas Children’s Hospital, is located in Spring Branch.
Source: Spring Branch on Wikipedia