Kingwood was a town in Harris County, Texas.
Known as the "Livable Forest," Kingwood is a planned community of the Friendswood Development Company, and was founded in 1969. The most recent estimation of Kingwood's population was at 63,000(2004).
In 1995, Kingwood was annexed to the city of Houston, which was the largest annexation in Texas history. Some residents in the town were opposed to it and tried to set up a petition in 1999 for deannexation, but they failed.Web Sites and Links
Barbara GilroyArtist specializing in custom paintings and brush designs. Includes prices.
Chrome 44Metal band. Includes lyrics, show schedule, and sound clips.
Diane BuckhoutArtist specializing in oil paintings. Includes show schedule.
Johannes KlokImpasto paintings with acrylic in impressionistic character.
Kings Crossing TravelIncludes specials and membership information.
Kingwood Garden ClubAims to cultivate knowledge of gardening, and to aid in protection of native trees, plants, and wildlife. Projects, gardening tips, and membership information.
Kingwood TexasLocal links, hotels, restaurants, schools, and utilities.
Kingwood, TexasProvides community information, business directory, classified ads, and area guide.
Performing Arts Education Centre of KingwoodOffers classes in dance, theatre, and musical theatre. Summer programs available. Limited class sizes. Classes for girls and boys.
Pup Scouts of TexasGroup that meets to discuss issues such as dog care, behavior, training, and sports. Site includes mailing list and a list of upcoming activities.
South Paw Obedience TrainingProviding dog training in flyball, agility, obedience and show handling. Class information, events calendar, member photographs and details of daycare services.
The Kingwood ConnectionCommunity news, information, and events.
The Shops on GranberryA set of shops offering a broad selection of gifts items.