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Houston Demographics

The population of Houston is estimated at 2,242,193
There are 806,943 households within the city limits
The average income per household is $40,856
People who live in Houston use the area codes 713 or 281 (Find any phone number in Houston here)

Famous People Who Have Lived in Houston

Howard Hughes, Patrick Swayze, Shelly Duvall, Renee Zellweger, Dennis Quaid, Randy Quaid, Anna Nicole Smith, Brent Spiner, Lisa Hartman, Walter Cronkite, Dan Rather, Beyonce Knowles, Kenny Rogers, Clint Black, Hilary Duff, Lyle Lovett, Barbara Mandrell, George Forman, and Roger Clemens.

Houston History - Important Notes

Houston holds the honor of housing the world's first general purpose indoor stadium with air conditioning: The Astrodome.

The city was named after the first President of the Republic of Texas: Sam Houston.

In 1962 Houston began to play an important part in the 'space race' when NASA built the Manned Spacecraft Center, which is now known as the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center.

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Things to do in Houston

See one of the local sports teams, including the Aeros (Hockey), Astros (Baseball), Rockets (Basketball), and Texans (Football).
Head on down to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
Spend a fun and educational day at Space Center Houston
Swim on over to the Downtown Aquarium
Enjoy a trip to the Houston Zoo
Take in some great music at the House of Blues

Important Addresses & Phone Numbers in Houston

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Business:

Space Center Houston Visitors Center
George R. Brown Convention Center
George Bush Intercontinental Airport
Houston Texans Football
Houston Astros Baseball
Lyndon B Johnson Space Center
Reliant Astrodome
San Jacinto Battleground Monument
Rothko Chapel
Baseball US

Address:

1601 Nasa Pky, Houston, TX 77058
1001 Avenida de Las Americas , Houston, TX 77010
2800 N Terminal Rd, Houston, TX 77032
2 Reliant Park, Houston, TX 77054
501 Crawford St, Houston, TX 77002
2101 Nasa Pky, Houston, TX 77058
1 Reliant Park, Houston, TX 77054
3800 Monument Rd, La Porte, TX 77571
1409 Sul Ross St, Houston, TX 77006
2626 W Sam Houston Pky N, Houston, TX 77043

Phone Number:

281-244-2100
614-827-2500
281-230-3000
832-667-2000
713-259-8000
281-483-0123
832-667-1400
281-479-2421
713-524-9839
713-690-5055

About Houston

The area now known as Houston was founded by 2 brothers in August of 1836: Augustus C. and John K. Allen. They purchased 6,642 acres of land, and had the site surveyed and mapped out for a small town. By the following year the President of the Republic of Texas, Sam Houston, authorized the incorporation of the Allen brother's town. It became the capital of the Republic between the years of 1837 and 1840.

In 1846 Texas became the 28th state in America. Several years later, during the Civil War, the people of Houston and Harris Counties voted to secede from the Union. Union forces secured the city, and the entire state was closely watched by military forces following the war. Texas was officially brought back into the Union in 1870.

Texas gained nationwide recognition following the discovery of a massive oil field known as Spindletop in 1901. This led to Houston becoming a major producer of oilfield equipment and several refineries opening in the area. Oil continues to be a major facet of the city's economy today.