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Spring Valley Village is a city in Harris County, Texas, USA. The population was 3,611 at the 2000 census.
The United States Postal Service uses "Houston" for all Spring Valley Village addresses; "Spring Valley Village" is not an acceptable city designation for mail addressed to places in Spring Valley Village. Spring Valley Village is in Texas's 7th congressional district. In 2007, the name of the city was officially changed from Spring Valley to Spring Valley Village.
Law and Government
As of 2006 the mayor of Spring Valley Village is Mike Andrews. Timothy P. Glanzman, Greg Herbst, Timothy R. Conroy, Bruce Spain, and Tom J. Trammell currently serve as members of the city council.
The Village Fire Department serves all of the Memorial villages.
Spring Valley Village is served by the Spring Branch Independent School District. Spring Valley Village is zoned to Bear Boulevard School in Spring Valley Village, Valley Oaks Elementary School in Houston, Spring Branch Middle School in Hedwig Village, and Memorial High School in Hedwig Village. Spring Branch School of Choice (formerly Spring Branch High School) is located in Spring Valley Village.
Spring Branch Education Center, housing the Spring Branch School of Choice and the Cornerstone Academy. The Bear Boulevard School is for Pre-Kindergarten children.
Colleges and Universities
Spring Valley Village is served by the Houston Community College System.
It is served by the Spring Branch Memorial Branch Library (the Spring Branch Memorial Branch is in Hedwig Village).
The Houston Chronicle is the area regional newspaper.
The Memorial Examiner is a local newspaper distributed in the community.
The closest United States Postal Service location is the Long Point Post Office at 8000 Long Point Road, Houston, Texas, 77055-9998.
|Memorial City Shopping Center
This local shopping center is located within the Village in Bunker Hill
School of Choice
|The Bear Boulevard
|Spring Branch Middle School
According to the Texas Education Agency school rankings, Spring Branch Middle School has achieved "Recognized" status for the 2007 -2008 school year. Spring Branch Middle School would like to thank the staff, students and community for helping the school to reach this goal.
|Memorial High School
MHS has earned "Recognized" Status and is a Texas Honor Roll School
Texas Business and Education Coalition Just 4 Kids Honor Roll 2005 and 2006 National Exemplary Blue Ribbon School Texas Exemplary Accountability Rating
|Memorial Middle School
Grades: 6th - 8th 2007 State Accountability Rating: Recognized