Palmetto Village Pasadena, TX Daycare
You may pick the finest daycare for your child if you live in Palmetto Village, Pasadena, TX. Our Pals Activity Center is located 7 minutes away from your area.
From Palmetto Village, turn right onto Garner Rd, another right turn onto Pasadena Blvd, then turn left onto Strawberry Rd. When you reach Southmore Ave, turn right. Lastly, turn left onto Burke Rd, and in less than a minute, you’ll see our Daycare.
View our location in Pasadena, TX for more information, or see our map below for directions from Palmetto Village to Pals Activity Center.
Because of our school’s excellent standards and reputation, parents come from as far as South Houston to enroll their children.
Many people feel that Pals Activity Center is the ideal location for their child’s preschool because of our proximity to Palmetto Village.
About Palmetto Village, Pasadena, TX
Palmetto Village is an affordable retirement community in Pasadena, Texas. With 577 units, it is the largest apartment complex for seniors in the greater Houston area. Residents can choose which of three villages they would like to live in Glenbrook, Westridge, or Highlands Reserve. The different villages offer different amenities and services that correspond with the lifestyles of residents. The apartments are all conveniently within walking distance of neighborhood shops and restaurants. All of the village residents share laundry facilities, a crafts room, a fitness center, and a clubhouse. In addition to these on-site amenities, three nearby hospitals offer on-site rehabilitation. Palmetto Village is located within minutes of major highways, businesses, and medical resources.
Palmetto Village provides services restricted to people who live in the complex. Palmetto Village is a 55+ community and an active member of the AARP and its 50-Plus Division. The Palmetto Village “50 Plus” Club does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, sex, religious creed, disability, or age in the administration of its educational and recreational programs. In compliance with Federal law, Palmetto Village does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, age, sex, or disability in admission to or participation in any benefits under educational and social activities.
Having access to local parks, playgrounds, childcare facilities, and well-regarded preschools is essential for families with children. The proximity of high-quality childcare facilities is essential for all families. Still, it is significant for families with working parents. Palmetto Village is a neighborhood in the City of Palmetto, Florida. It was initially established in 1968 and has grown into one of the most popular neighborhoods in the city.
US-41 borders palmetto Village to the north, Lake Sumter Landing Canal to the east, McElroy Road to the south, and Croft Avenue to the west. The community consists primarily of single-family homes with some duplexes and multi-family units mixed in for an estimated total population count of over 12,000 residents (according to Wikipedia).
The neighborhood offers many amenities within its borders like:
Schools (elementary through high school), churches including Christ Community Church and First Presbyterian Church.
Parks such as Joe Eugene Brewer Park, Gwen Cherry Park and Bill Evers Memorial Park.
Three community centers.
Three main roads (Tamiami Trail (US-41), Croft Avenue, and Van Fleet Drive) offer convenience to residents, including access to public transportation like the Suncoast Parkway.
Palmetto Village is also close to several major employers. Walt Disney World (Celebration), St. Joseph’s Hospital-Lakeland, Publix Supermarkets, Inc., Florida Health Care Plans, and Oakbridge Healthcare Center are just a few of the companies that lie within a five-mile radius of this beautiful community.
Palmetto Village is located in the heart of Central Florida, which means lots of sunshine, countless entertainment options, and hundreds of things to do. The community is only minutes away from several attractions like the Walt Disney World Resort (Celebration), Harry P. Leu Gardens, Mall at Partridge Creek, Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In Expo Center and Lakeland Square Mall.
Palmetto Village offers easy access to various attractions, but many residents also enjoy the community’s location because it places several outdoor recreational activities right at their doorstep. The Palmetto Trail, surrounding canals, and local parks offer ample walking, running, and biking – all great ways to exercise while enjoying nature! For those who want water sports, Lake Gibson is nearby for residents to enjoy fishing, jet skiing, or boating.
Palmetto Village is also home to the City of Palmetto’s Main Library, initially constructed in January 2009. The state-of-the-art building features 10,000 square feet of space, including a community room with seating for up to 100 people, public computers, and a children’s room.
Find Out More About Palmetto Village, Pasadena, TX Daycare
For the very best in Palmetto Village child care, book a tour of Pals Activity Center to come and see for yourself.
We offer trial starter sessions – that will let you get to see just how well it could work for you.