They say everything's big in Texas and Houston represents this trait well. The state's largest city, Houston also ranks fourth in size among all of America's major cities. The entire metropolitan area is home to 5.3 million people. Visitors come from all over the world to tour Houston's Museum District and wealth of performances in theater, music and art. The city is also known for its aeronautics and technology industries, offering a broad range of world class education and educational entertainment for people of all ages, at the Johnson Space Center.
Houston offers a wide variety of additional fun and adventure, from fun family parks to countless culinary delights and an exciting nightlife. Shopping, theater, dining, sports and organized community events keep residents and tourists alike entertained all year long. The state's reputation for oil and other energy industries is concentrated in Houston, where the local economy thrives year after year and job availability remains a consistent quality.
A rich history, diverse culture and balmy year-round climate add to the charm that draws hundreds of new residents to call the city home each year. An impressive skyline, award-winning educational facilities, an efficient transportation infrastructure and quality healthcare make Houston and the communities of Oak Forest and Garden Oaks an ideal place to live, work and play.