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Cinco Ranch is a census-designated place and a magnificent 7,400-acre master planned community located in the extra-territorial jurisdiction of the city of Houston within Fort Bend and Harris counties in Texas. It is accessibly located and close to shopping, fashion stores, restaurants, cafes, education opportunities, entertainment venues and more. Some of the newest stores in Cinco Ranch include Trader Joes and Sprouts Farmer’s Market. Nearby hospitals include Memorial Herman, Houston Methodist and Texas Children’s.
One of the top-selling communities in the nation, Cinco Ranch offers an exceptional lifestyle and top-notch education. Located in the highly stared Katy Independent School District, Cinco Ranch has 21 KISD schools serving grades Pre-K through 12, with most located right in the community.
For the past few years, Cinco Ranch High and Seven Lakes High were once again included on Newsweek’s list of “America’s Best High Schools.” For higher education, the University of Houston at Cinco Ranch offers courses leading to bachelor’s and master’s degrees in many fields.
Cinco Ranch features a total of 11 pools, 17 tennis courts and over 60 parks throughout the community. There are many acres of lakes and miles of greenbelt trails, including the wooded Bayou Trail. CincoLife, the community’s social organization, plans a year-round calendar of fun activities and classes for residents of all ages. For fun, Cinco Ranch has resort-style signature amenities including The Beach Club, The Water Park, The Lake House and The Golf Club.
Cinco Ranch has a budding network of greenbelt tracks, making it possible to jog, bike or rollerblade between almost anywhere in Cinco Ranch, including frivolous facilities. The multi-station Exer-Trail is for workouts. There is also the Bayou Nature Trail, extending nearly four miles and preserving almost 70 acres (280,000 m2) of woodland and wetland habitat. Plans are currently underway to connect the Bayou Nature Trail to the Buffalo Bayou Hike And Bike Trail. This will allow residents of Cinco Ranch to ride their bikes from the Grand Parkway to Beltway 8 – a 26-mile (42 km) bike trail.
The population was 18,274 at the 2010 census. It lies about 25 miles (40 km) west of the Harris County seat of Houston and 10 miles (16 km) north of the Fort Bend County seat of Richmond. Cinco Ranch is considered to be part of the Greater Katy area and is roughly 10 miles southeast of the city of Katy.
The Cinco Ranch community goes back to before Texas became a republic. In the 1820s, pioneer Moses Austin was granted by the Spanish government the authority to settle 300 families in the valleys of the Brazos and Colorado rivers. He died before he was able to accomplish this, but his son Stephen F. Austin was able to complete his father’s wishes, even under the newly established Mexican government. One of the men who moved into these 300 slots of land (each one over 4,000 acres/16 km2) was Randolph Foster, whose land spread across Fort Bend and Waller counties and upon which wild horses, deer, Native Americans and buffalo lived.