Nassau Bay, was established to accommodate Johnson Space Center and provide a community for astronauts, space professionals, and their families. Today, more than 60 Nassau Bay residents have visited space, and a few have walked the moon. In 2005, the city dedicated a serpentine wall of black granite featuring the flags of the nations participating in the International Space Station. The striking monument is on NASA Parkway in the median between NASA and the city.
Located next to Johnson Space Center and Space Center Houston, Nassau Bay has it all; space and science adventure, fun, sun and water. The Clear Lake recreation area is the third largest boating center in the United States. Nassau Bay has numerous marinas with pleasure boats docked along our waterfront, in addition to yacht clubs, piers and boat ramps.
Residents Nassau Bay attend the Clear Creek Independent School District. In 2009 nine homes were sold in Nassau Bay, ranging from 1900 square feet to 3700 square feet. In 2009 home prices ranged from $125,000 to $230,000.
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