Community Meeting for Neighborhood Entrance Improvement Project

Plans have been in the works for several years to make the southeast entrance to the Woodland Heights neighborhood more attractive and to make the connection between the White Oak Bayou Hike and Bike Trail to Woodland Park safer for pedestrians and cyclists. We are proud to say that the proposed project has received city (specifically the Dept. of Public Works) approval, and a public community meeting will be held to present the design early next month.

In partnership with the Memorial Heights Redevelopment Authority/TIRZ-5, Houston Parks and Recreation Department (HPARD), and Houston Parks Board (HPB) the Woodland Heights Civic Association (WHCA ), and the Greater Northside Management District (GNMD); the Friends of Woodland Park (FWP) are sponsoring a community meeting for a presentation and discussion of the preliminary design plan. This project is part of the Memorial Heights Redevelopment Authority/TIRZ 5 Capital Improvement Plan.

The meeting is scheduled for Monday December 4, 2017 at the Woodland Park community center (212 Parkview St.; one block north of the Houston Avenue and White Oak Dr. intersection) at 7:00 PM. Won’t you join us to learn about this exciting and significant improvement for the neighborhood?