Hill Country Village & Hollywood Park
Hill Country Village and Hollywood Park are two self-governed communities adjacent to each other and surrounded by San Antonio. They are the ultimate in hill country living inside the big city. Located along US Highway 281 and Loop 1604, these two communities provide residents with quick access to all areas of San Antonio.
Hill Country Village
The most recent U.S. Census Bureau data states that Hill Country Village covers a 2.2 mile area. There are about 1,100 residents and 340 households within the city's limits. The city is 15-20 minutes north of Downtown San Antonio and only two miles north of the San Antonio International Airport.
Hill Country Village is a general-law municipality founded in 1956. The community boasts a complete rural setting; just as you exit from a main street into the town, you are surrounded by oak trees, natural wildlife, and beautiful deer living in the area.
Hill Country Village has done a great job of welcoming commerce, while separating it from residential areas. The city's businesses line the eastern edge of the city limits, along US Highway 281.
Hill Country Village has its own police department, and shares the fire department with Hollywood Park. EMS is contracted by a third party. Garbage is picked up twice a week and recycling is an optional service to residents. Water is provided by Bexar Met and electricity for the city is through CPS Energy.
School children in Hill Country Village attend Hidden Forest Elementary School, Bradley Middle School, and Churchill High School in the North East Independent School District.
You can access the official website for Hill Country Village here.
The 2000 U.S. Census results place the Hollywood Park population at around 3,300 residents making up 1,174 households in a 1.5 mile area. Hollywood Park is 15-20 minutes north of Downtown San Antonio and only two miles north of the San Antonio International Airport.
Hollywood Park was incorporated as a general-law municipality in December of 1955. Like Hill Country Village, Hollywood Park is a rural town in the big city. Deer roam freely and homes are nestled on private lots.
Hollywood Park has its own fire and police departments, provides garbage and recycling services to its residents, contracts its water services through Bexar Met, and electricity through CPS Energy. EMS is provided by the same third party company that Hill Country Village uses.
Hollywood Park is serviced by Hidden Forest Elementary School, Bradley Middle School, and Churchill High School in the North East Independent School District.
You can access the official website for Hollywood Park here.