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Spring Branch East is located on the northwest side of Houston, Texas. There are plenty of commercial facilities in the neighborhood that are within walking distance for area residents. Shops, restaurants, and other services are located on the west side of the community, however, this area is located near busy freeways and has heavily trafficked roads that are not well designed for pedestrians.  


Dog owners in Spring Branch East enjoy warm weather most of the year with few sub-freezing temperatures. Winter is cool and a warm jacket will keep you comfortable during this season. Watch out for freezing rain during the wintertime which makes walkways slippery. Summer days often experience extreme heat conditions. High temperatures can be hazardous to pedestrians and pets and should be avoided or mitigated. Find shady spots to stroll, walk earlier or later it the day when the heat dissipates somewhat, keep you and your pup hydrated, and don’t overexert yourselves.

Terrain in Spring Branch East
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly
Spring Branch East is part of the larger Spring Branch area and is bordered by Interstate 10 on the south and Highway 290 on the north. This developed neighborhood has commercial activity on the west side and residential dwellings on the east. 


Residential properties have single-family homes, apartment complexes, and condominium developments. Single-family homes are attractive and well situated on large properties which are well landscaped and maintained. Residential areas do not have sidewalks which means people and pets need to share the road with local traffic. 


There are train tracks running at an angle through the region from northwest to southeast and these present an impediment and hazard to foot travel. Cross only at designated pedestrian crossings. There are also several bayous in the Spring Branch East neighborhood which must also be crossed on roadways. The terrain is flat and there are no steep hills to climb in the district.

Greenways in Spring Branch East
5 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Houston have an average of:
11 Greenways
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Spring Branch East is home to Freed Park, a greenway with a community center, playground, picnic tables, community garden, and a paved walking path around the open and treed areas. 

Just across the freeway is TC Jester Park. This is a large greenway with lots of recreational facilities and natural areas adjacent to a bayou. The White Oak Bayou Greenway trail runs along the waterway and provides lots of hiking opportunities for you and your pup. Watch out for cyclists and other users and keep your dog leashed in this area. There is an off-leash dog park in this greenway where your pup can play as well! Your dog should be well socialized and have good recall to use this park area. 

The TC Jester Park can only be accessed by crossing the freeway. There are several roads running under the freeway that provide access to the area, but not all have safe pedestrians ways so plan your route accordingly.

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