Living in League City, Texas

League City is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the gracious southern atmosphere that has become its trademark. Touring the Historic District, museums, and quaint shops along Main Street – lined with canopies of stately 100 year-old Butler Oak trees– is a popular pastime. New master-planned communities, established subdivisions and multi-family housing account for most of the housing in League City.

For outdoor enthusiasts, there are beautiful golf courses, marinas and sailing on Clear Creek. League City encompasses 53 square miles and is mid-way between Houston and Galveston. The Dr. Ned & Fay Dudney Nature Center offers hiking and biking trails, bird viewing areas and a covered picnic pavilion. Heritage Park has a kayaking launch, fishing pond and playgrounds, perfect for the whole family to enjoy.

Founded by Colonel George W. Butler in 1873 and first named Clear Creek, the city’s name was changed to League City in honor of John C. League. Today, League City is home to some 102,635 people.


Demographic Information for League City, Texas

Population Estimates, 2017: 104,903

Median Household Income (in 2017 dollars), 2013-2017: $100,996

High School Graduate or Higher Percent of Persons age 25 years+, 2013-2017: 95.6%

Bachelor’s Degree of Higher, Percent of Persons age 25 years+, 2013-2017: 44.3%

Median Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units, 2013-2017: $218,900

Median Selected Monthly Owner Costs (with Mortgage), 2013-2017: $1,896

(Credit: U.S. Census Bureau)


Popular Communities in League City, Texas

Mar Bella

Mar Bella is just minutes from the popular Kemah Boardwalk and less than 25 minutes from Galveston. This resort community features a series of lakes, recreation center with resort pool, pocket parks and walking trails that meander throughout the community. Students attend the exclusive Clear Creek Education Village almost in the community’s backyard. Prices vary per builder, lot size, features and floor plan.

The Township

This quaint community is located in the heart of old town League City. Newly built homes feature colonial inspired architectural design, large front porches and oversized home sites. The Township is conveniently located near local attractions such as Kemah Boardwalk, NASA Space Center and Galveston Island. Acclaimed Clear Creek I.S.D.

Tuscan Lakes

Tuscan Lakes is a master-planned community by the acclaimed Johnson Corporation. The community is spread over 870-acres where thoughtfully sited open spaces and trails enhance the lifestyle. Aqueducts as gracefully aged as their Italian models, rolling hills and beautiful flowers fill the environmentally sensitive landscape. Cypress Point, the resort-style recreation center, is accented by a stone fireplace that is a year-round gathering spot for residents.

Upon completion, 1,800 single-family homes and a number of multi-family units will have quick access to commercial and retail areas outside the gates of Tuscan Lakes. Clear Creek ISD schools.

South Shore Harbour

South Shore Harbour offers residents a variety of recreational opportunities in the heart of the Clear Lake Area. Amenities include the South Shore Harbour Country Club with a 27-hole championship course designed by Jay Riviere, Dave Marr, and Carlton Gipson; a 1,000-slip marina; conference center and 250 room resort hotel; and a 70,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art fitness center. Early learning and day care facilities, shopping centers, restaurants, medical facilities and Clear Creek ISD schools are nearby.

Westover Park

Westover Park is a master-planned community conveniently located on the south side of FM 518 in League City, approximately three miles west of Interstate 45. Amenities include a recreation center with swimming pool, a multi-purpose sports field, playground, lake, and park. Children in the community attend schools in the Clear Creek Independent School District.

Victory Lakes

The Victory Lakes clubhouse is the heart of this family-active community. With a general purpose room, cafe, library and administrative offices the club house hosts most community meetings, clubs and organized events. Amenities include a playground; multipurpose court for basketball and other activities; 2 regulation tennis courts; volleyball court; and picnic areas with grills and tables.courts; volleyball court; and picnic areas with grills and tables.