Acres Home Chamber of Business and Economic Development, Inc.
Northern portions of Houston, including the greater Acres Home area, form a large trade area in Harris County. Situated on the west side of Interstate 45, along both sides of West Montgomery Road, the immediate Acres Home area is eight miles northwest of downtown Houston. Acres Home comprises 7,600 acres, and is located within the City of Houston. Containing a large African-American population, Acres Home is noted for its many community development and service efforts.
Roy Douglas Malonson, Chairman of the Board
6112 Wheatly Street
Houston, TX 77091
Greater East Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce
Located 20 miles northeast of downtown Houston along U. S. Highway 59, the East Montgomery County is in the midst of robust population growth that has occurred in the region's northeast quadrant. The opening of Houston Intercontinental Airport was a major catalyst for growth stimulating development throughout Houston's north side as well as Kingwood and East Montgomery County.
Cy-Fair Houston Chamber of Commerce
The Cypress Fairbanks region is located northwest of Houston. The two main crossroads, FM 1960 at U. S. Highway 290 and at State Highway 249, are 21 miles distant from Houston's central business district. This largely unincorporated Harris County region gains a strong sense of community from association with territory found within Cypress Fairbanks Independent School District's boundaries. Jersey Village is an incorporated city located within the area.
Leslie Martone, President
8711 Hwy 6 North
Houston, TX 77095
Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce
The City of Tomball is located along State Highway 249, 28 miles northwest of downtown Houston. Functioning as a commercial center for a large portion of Houston's rapidly growing northwest quadrant, Tomball has developed a strong economic base.
Houston Intercontinental Chamber of Commerce
Northern portions of Houston, including the North Houston Greenspoint locale, form a large trade area in Harris County. The region's main crossroads, Sam Houston Parkway at Interstate Highway 45, is located 14 miles north of downtown Houston. Part of the region is incorporated City of Houston territory. Containing a large resident population, this area has also developed into the largest retail, office, and light industrial district on the north side of Houston.
Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce
The Houston Northwest area is located 20 miles from Houston's central business district. Several major crossroads are found along FM 1960 - U.S. 290, Stuebner Airline, State Highway 249, Kuykendahl, Hardy Toll Road and Interstate 45. This unincorporated Harris County region has a sense of community gained from the unifying link provided by FM 1960. Extensive areas of forested beauty have made the "1960 Area" one of the most popular residential locations in the Houston region.
Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce
Located 21 miles northeast of downtown Houston along U. S. Highway 59, the City of Humble is in the midst of robust population growth that has occurred in the region's northeast quadrant. Combined with the adjacent Kingwood and Atascocita areas, Humble is also a major center for commercial and services activity.
The North Houston Association
The North Houston Association, as a nonprofit organization, works closely with government agencies and other organizations to achieve specific goals which directly affect the quality of life in an established service area. This 700-plus square mile service area is characterized by the following boundaries: FM 525 (Aldine Bender Road) on the south, Lake Houston on the east, City of Conroe on the north and U.S. 290 on the west.