• Little Girl
  • Neighborhood
  • iFly
  • Clock Tower
  • Marilyn Edgar Park
  • Hometown Fourth of July
  • Classic Car Show
  • Fourth of July Kid's Bike Parade
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On behalf of the City of Oak Ridge North, welcome to the community. Whether your plans are to live, work, or play you are sure to have an enjoyable time. Located just off I-45 about 30 miles north of Houston is where you'll find this small community amongst the large oak trees. Oak Ridge North is home to just over 3,000 residents who affectionately refer to it as “What a Hometown Should Be”.

Incorporated in 1979 and ever growing, the City has still managed to maintain the hometown feel it was originally known for. The City offers a friendly, close-knit community with all the amenities of its neighboring large suburban and metropolitan neighbors. It really is the best of both worlds.

Whether you are new to the area, a past resident, or just interested in visiting, we are sure you will appreciate all that Oak Ridge North has to offer.
July 4th Parade Has been Canceled
Due to Public Health & Safety issues related to COVID-19, the City must cancel the 4th of July Parade this year. It is our job as a City to protect the residents, and while we want to celebrate with you, we must take this seriously. We home you all understand, and we look forward to next year!
Environmental Requirments - Combined Notice of Findings & Intent
Please see the Combined Notice of Finding and Intent to Request HERE regarding the Community Development Block Grant awarded to the City of Oak Ridge North.

City of Oak Ridge North – Fiber to the Home Request for Qualifications & Pricing (RFQ)

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