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One of Pearland’s best neighborhoods, Lakes of Highland Glen, is a 550 acre master-planned community located in the city’s east side. It has 835 lots spread out among open green areas and more than a dozen scenic lakes ranging in size from two acres to over twenty acres. The residents enjoy several amenities, including a swimming pool, kiddie pool, numerous neighborhood parks and playgrounds strategically located throughout the neighborhood. The layout of the neighborhood is great for joggers and families out for a walk.

Location: The neighborhood is within 2 miles of Beltway 8. Access to it via Pearland Parkway make travel to other parts of the Houston area simple. The area has easy access to local shopping, dining, entertainment, medical care and major employment centers. The University of Houston-Clear Lake Pearland Campus is adjacent to the subdivision. The Gulf Coast beaches are less than an hour away. There is an EMS and fire station less than 1 mile away. Several police officers live in the subdivision as well.

Your Neighbors: The neighborhood has semi-annual neighborhood festivals for the kids and numerous activities sponsored by community businesses. Each festival has treats and attractions for the kids such as moonwalks, rock climbing, snow cones, cotton candy, and popcorn.

Schools: Kids in the subdivision benefit from excellent Pearland ISD schools, including Barbara Cockrell Elementary School. Cockrell Elementary is adjacent to Lakes of Highland Glen. The Cockrell PTO sponsors numerous activities for the kids, including a movie night, science night, a Halloween Event Called “Spookies with Grandparents”, a Christmas Event called “Christmas at Cockrell”, and a full-fledged Carnival with a bucking bull! Bus service is provided by Pearland ISD to CJ Harris Elementary, Leon Sablatura Middle School and Pearland Junior High West are less than 2 miles away. Bus Service for the Pearland High School (less than 4 miles away) is also provided. St Helen Catholic School (up to the 8th grade) is also less than 2 miles away.

Fast Facts
Within City Limits: Yes
Municipal Utility District: MUD 23
Trash Pickup: Monday, Thursday
Curbside Recycling Pickup: Monday
Heavy Trash and Brush Pickup: Thursday
Voting Precinct: 28
U.S. Representative: Pete Olson (District 22)
State Senate: Larry Taylor (District 11)
State Representative: Ed Thompson (District 29)