Located in Fort Bend County, Fresno, Texas is defined as a Census Designated Territory. Fresno is bordered by Houston, Missouri City, Arcola, Pearland and Rosharon. With a population of 19,069, the territory is largely inhabited by families. The area contains a number of suburban neighborhoods with detached single-family homes. There are a very limited number of alternative housing options.
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The area was originally patented in 1824 and was allegedly named by a settler from Fresno, California. By 1914, the area had been developed with a working telephone line, a post office, a general store and a hardware store. At this point, the population was 32, and the area remained relatively small through the 40s, 50s and 60s, maintaining a population of approximately 100. It wasn't until the 80s and 90s that the population boomed as a result of the growing Houston area. Today, the region has a number of modern bedroom communities including six central neighborhoods, Teal Run North, New Point Estates, Winfield Lakes, Andover Farms, Cambridge Falls and Fort Bend Tollway. While the area has grown and modernized, it maintains an intimate small community atmosphere.
Fresno houses a variety of professionals in a range of both blue-collar and white-collar positions, and it boasts one of the largest percentage of individuals who work in math computers. The area is home to more of these individuals than 95% of locations in the United States. While many individuals experience a reasonably long commute to the office, the town offers a reprieve from larger more populated areas in Texas and offers easy freeway access. The town also possesses a large percentage of residents with college degrees with 32.58% of individuals in possession of a bachelor's degree. Additionally, the area boasts a strong school system. Students in the area attend the Fort Bend Independent School district, which includes two elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school. Fresno offers a greatly diverse population with a number of individuals identifying as African-American and Latino or Hispanic. As such, the area has a wide variety of cultural influences. The most prominent origin of ancestry in the area is Nigerian. Nearby Houston also offers a number of social and cultural activities. With a deeply rooted small town culture, Fresno, Texas offers modern small town living at its best and is an excellent location to raise a growing family away from the Urban bustle of larger cities like Houston.