Aldine, Texas 2024

aldine,TexasAldine is a city located in the U.S. state of Texas, situated within the Houston metropolitan area. As of the 2020 U.S. Census, the population of Aldine was approximately 144,000. The city is part of the Aldine Independent School District, and its zip codes are 77037, 77315, 77338, 77357, 77532, and 77568. The city has had a mayor-council form since 1949 and was incorporated on June 14, 1953.

Aldine is located 15 miles north of downtown Houston. It was first settled in the 1840s and was named after a railroad stopping point in the area. The city has a diverse population with various ethnic groups. Most residents are of Hispanic or Latino origin, with a small percentage of European Americans and African Americans. Aldine is known for its 4th of July parade, and the city has several attractions, including the Aldine Independent School District, the iFly West Houston indoor skydiving facility, the Greenspoint Mall, the Houston Police Department's North Belt Office, and the Humble ISD's Charles Dewalt Professional Development Center.

Aldine is served by three main highways: SH 249, US 59, and Loop 610. It has a total area of 11.3 square miles, and its climate falls into the humid subtropical climate category. The temperature ranges from 34°F on January 13 to 90°F on July 20, and the hardiness zone is 9a. The city's population is projected to increase by 27,844 by 2024, leading to the development of a project called the North Houston Highway Improvement Project to reduce traffic and congestion. The city's official website is