Hedwig Village is a small, unincorporated community in the far northwest of Harris County. It’s located outside Beltway 8 and I-10, with Katy on its north side and Cypress Creek to the south. The area was first developed in 1959 by James A. Hedwig Jr., who built single-family homes for his employees at Company Plant 2 near the refinery where he worked as a manager. He also established two churches: St. Philip’s Lutheran Church (1961) and St. Francis Catholic Church (1965). Learn information about Houston, TX.

Hedwig Village is a large community on the outskirts of Houston, Texas. The city was built in 1972 and has grown into a popular residential area with over 12,000 homes and commercial buildings. Hedwig Village experienced tremendous growth during its first few years of development due to increased employment opportunities nearby, including ExxonMobil Corporation’s headquarters located just south of Kemah Bayou across I-45 northbound from Bridgeland/Cypress Creek Station communities. According to census data available at City-Data, the population has expanded rapidly since then, increasing by nearly one percent each year between 2000 and 2010. This trend is expected to continue through 2030 when the current percentage rate doubled back in 2000. Discover facts about Spring Valley Village, Texas – The Ultimate Rural Living Paradise.