Super Neighborhood 56 - Denver Harbor / Port Houston
NAME: Denver Harbor / Port Houston
DATE RECOGNIZED: 06.05.2001
COUNCIL DISTRICT: B
MAYOR’S ASSISTANCE OFFICE: Southeast
LOCATION:Denver Harbor/Port Houston is made up of two distinct but similar neighborhoods located north of the Houston Ship Channel turning basin. The southern portion of the area along Clinton Drive is industrial. The smaller residential area, Port Houston, is laid out on both sides of McCarty Street.
COMMUNITY DESCRIPTION AND HISTORY: It has a mix of residential, commercial and industrial uses. Denver Harbor is primarily residential. Lyons Avenue is the major commercial corridor in Denver Harbor. Although Interstate Highway 10 splits Denver Harbor physically, its identity has remained strong. Both neighborhoods, originally blue collar Anglo neighborhoods, are now predominantly Hispanic.
CIVIC CLUBS: (Updated 9/22/2022)
|•||Springdale Civic Club dba Ridgecrest Civic Club||web site|
|•||Gutierrez (Siro) Park||7900 Flaxman||77029|
|•||McReynolds Mid School Park||5905 Larimer||77020|
|•||Nieto (Santos & Esther) Park||500 Port||77020|
|•||Selena Quintanilla Perez Park||6402 Market||77020|
|•||Swiney Park||2812 Cline||77020|
|•||Tuttle (Cliff) Park||6200 Lyons||77020|