Notable Facts about Encino Park, 1989–1994
- Schools included Encino Park Elementary, Driscoll Middle School, and Churchill High School.
- Residents shopped at the H.E.B. at Loop 1604 and US 281-N, Albertsons at Thousand Oaks, North Star Mall, and Rolling Oaks Mall.
- Nearby restaurants included McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, Wendy’s near Brook Hollow, and County Line BBQ.
- San Pedro (US 281-N) was four lanes with a stoplight at Encino Rio.
- The closest gas station was the Lone Star Gas Station on Encino Rio.
- North Central Baptist off of Stone Oak and Northeast Baptist Hospital off of Loop 410 were the closest hospitals.
- The most convenient movie theater was the Embassy at Bitters.
- Clubs and organizations included the baby-sitting co-op, woman’s club, bowling league, block captains, fall bible study, bridge club, swim team, book exchange, vegetable co-op, the out-to-lunch bunch, gourmet club, and Bunco.
Notable Facts about Encino Park, 1994–1999
- Schools included Encino Park Elementary, Driscoll Middle School, Bush Middle School, Churchill High School, and Reagan High School.
- Residents shopped at the H.E.B. at Loop 1604 and US 281-N, Albertsons at Thousand Oaks, North Star Mall, Rolling Oaks Mall, and Wal-Mart.
- Popular restaurants were Sun Sun, Barnacle Bill’s, Bill Miller’s BBQ at Loop 1604 and US 281-N, and Zio’s Italian Kitchen.
- US 281-N was four lanes with more stoplights north of Encino Rio, and Loop 1604 was 4–6 lanes throughout.
- The closest gas station was Fina Gas at Encino Ledge and Encino Rio.
- North Central Baptist, off of Stone Oak, was the closest hospital.
- Popular clubs and organizations were playgroup, woman’s club, bowling league, swim team, the out-to-lunch bunch, tennis club, gourmet group, and Bunco.