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Katy is a city located in Harris, Fort Bend and Waller Counties in the U.S. state of Texas, within the Houston–Sugar Land–Baytown metropolitan area. The population was 14,102 at the 2010 census.

Katy residents often split the city into two informal sections: "Old Katy" and "Greater Katy". Old Katy is the actual city limits of Katy and lies mostly north of Interstate 10. This is the original Katy from before the 1970s when Houston's Energy Corridor (and the development that came with it) made its way west on I-10.

Greater Katy is made up of large sections of unincorporated Harris and Fort Bend counties and mostly sits east and southeast of the city limits of Katy. This area is within the Katy Independent School District and nearly everyone in this area has a Katy postal address.

Greater Katy includes new upscale developments and master planned communities such as Cinco Ranch, Green Trails, Pin Oak Village, Grayson Lakes, Seven Meadows, new and growing Pine Mill Ranch, Silver Ranch, Firethorne and Grand Lakes, while also encompassing developments from the 1970s and 1980s such as Memorial Parkway, Kelliwood and Nottingham Country.

All of Greater Katy lies in the city of Houston's extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ), not Katy's ETJ. This means that the areas Greater Katy are controlled by the city of Houston and that city has the ability to annex it in the future. The city of Katy cannot annex this area unless the city of Houston releases the area's ETJ to Katy, which has occurred in several small chunks in recent years. The most recent instance of this was in 2001 when Houston ceded about 400 acres (1.6 km²) of ETJ to the City of Katy to allow the Katy Mills Mall and surrounding parking lot to be built entirely within the City of Katy. The city of Katy paid 1 million dollars for this right, but also had added the threat of building the Katy Mills Mall entirely on Katy's land and placing the parking lot in Houston's ETJ, thus being of no tax benefit to Houston.

Mass transit

Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas (METRO) operates the Kingsland Park and Ride (Route 221) east of Katy at 21669 Kingsland Boulevard. In February 2008 METRO opened a new park and ride location at the Cinemark parking lots near the intersection of Grand Parkway and I-10. The new Route is #222. Currently, only these express routes operate to and from downtown Houston during morning and evening commute hours; METRO does not serve Katy with local routes, as most westbound bus lines in Houston terminate at or near Highway 6, a couple of miles before the Katy city limits.

Intercity buses

Greyhound Bus Lines operates the Katy Station at Millers Exxon.[31]


Privately owned airports for fixed-wing aircraft for public use located near Katy include:

  • Sack-O-Grande Acroport (also known as Harbican Airport) in unincorporated Harris County
  • Houston Executive Airport in unincorporated Waller County
  • West Houston Airport in unincorporated Harris County

Privately owned airports for private use include:

  • Hoffpauir Airport in unincorporated Harris County
  • Cardiff Brothers Airport in unincorporated Fort Bend County.
Road Construction – FM 1463

Beginning January 8, please be aware of traffic flow disruption at the intersection of FM 1463 and the newly constructed, Spring Green Blvd. This new Katyland Road Construction

The Katyland Street project will begin January 7 and when completed will be two northbound and two southbound lanes. The work will be done in

Hunt for FestiviTrees

Please visit the following downtown Katy businesses to view their FESTIVITREES made of repurposed/recycled materials: Multiplicity, 1306 Ave A Sabino CompTech, 5423 E. 5th Stree

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