Welcome to Silverlake and Surrounding Communities
Silverlake is a planned community in unincorporated Brazoria County, near Pearland and in Greater Houston.
The Southwyck Master Association and it’s villages have a number of amenities available to its residents. In addition, the Village Associations have shared use agreements with Silverlake Homeowners Association to use their facilities.
Silverlake is 10 miles (16 km) from San Jacinto College South, 15 miles (24 km) each from University of Houston and Texas Southern University, 17 miles (27 km) from the University of Houston–Clear Lake, 20 miles (32 km) from Rice University, and 23 miles (37 km) from the University of St. Thomas.
Primary and secondary schools
Silverlake is within the Pearland Independent School District.
Three elementary schools, Silvercrest, Silverlake, and Massey Ranch serve portions of Silverlake. Jamison Middle School and Rogers Middle School serve sections of Silverlake. Some residents are zoned to Berry Miller Junior High School, and some are zoned to Pearland Junior High South. All residents are zoned to Glenda Dawson High School.
Parks & Greenspace:
Southwyck Lake Park on Northfork
Located at Shelby Drive and Northfork Drive containing playground area with shade protected sandbox; picnic tables; sand volleyball pit; covered pavilion; lake and large open area.
Southwyck Sunset Park on Morgan
Located between Northfork and Southfork Drives on Morgan Road has pergola, picnic tables, benches, swing benches for sitting back and relaxing, fishing or feeding the ducks. Crushed granite walkways and additional benches were recently added.
Silverlake Park on Southwyck Pkwy
The communities that make up this area are: Silverlake, Silvercreek, Lakes of Edgewater and the biggest community being Southwyck being comprised of seven neighborhoods, two swimming pools and five parks. Southwyck’s neighborhood villages include the villages of Edgewater Estates, Emerald Pointe, Huntington Park, Lakecrest Estates, Southfield Village,
Silverlake and Southwyck are located approximately 20 miles south of downtown Houston in Pearland, Texas.
This area continues to grow as a strong social- economic and diverse community.