Quality of Life
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League City offers a wealth of parks and recreational opportunities including:
  • 20 miles of trails and plans in place to expand to 212 miles connecting schools, parks, neighborhoods, and business centers. 
  • 395.47 acres of developed city parkland
  • 432.58 acres of developed county parkland (Galveston & Harris)
  • Hometown Heroes Park
  • Ghirardi WaterSmart Park
  • Clear Creek Paddle Trail
  • Dr. Ned and Fay Dudney Clear Creek Nature Center
  • Chester L. Davis Sportsplex
  • Big League Dreams Sports Park

Check out more information on our parks here!


Cost of Living

Compared to other major metropolitan areas in the US, the greater Houston area, including League City, offers affordable housing and a relatively low cost of living.  Among the top 20 largest metropolitan areas, the Houston MSA's housing costs are 36.3% below average. The Houston area has the 6th lowest cost of living among the top 20 metropolitan areas in the United States, with overall costs coming in 20.7% below average. 

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Source: Council for Community and Economic Research 2016
*Metro areas represented by most dominant urban area. Riverside, CA is among the top 20 most populous MSAs, but did not submit COLI data.