Old Town Spring Heights task Force

"Life's most persistent question is, What are you doing for others?" Martin Luther King Jr.
"The time is always right to do what is right." MLK Jr.

History of Old Town Spring Heights

  • Established in 1885
  • Established first Church in 1902
  • Secured grave site for community in 1923
  • Erected first church building in 1928
  • Has been the home for over 90 years to a thriving group of independent Black Teachers, Shop owners, Farmers, Ranchers, Carpenters, Pastors, Bakers, and Home-makers!

The community

We are actively seeking Community Partners....Businesses and Churches to join with us as we work together to make OTSH the best community it can possibly be! Contact 832-603-5671, Rick Richardson- Pastor
  • Located about 35 miles north of downtown Houston, Texas.
  • 600+ residents with approximately 80 home sites.
  • Economically distressed area
  • Once primarily African American in majority it has year by year become more racially diverse community Of African-American, Hispanic, and Caucasian but also tends to be an aging population. In many cases Seniors are raising grand children or guardians of young children.

Surrounded by affluence

Baker Hughes
Aon Hewitt

This community has been oveRlooked and must pursue Upgrades in basic infrastruCture. Water, sewer/septic,Side-walks, and curbing.

Old town spring heights Task force is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

Our successes and Initiatives


The learning center is seeking multiple volunteers for various positionS, Please contact Lesa LaWall if you have questions or want to get involved. 832-428-0120

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