• West Houston Envision Credentialing Class
    September 12, 2019 - September 15, 2019
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

WHY ENVISION? •Harris County Engineering Department will be shortly utilizing Envision to scope and execute projects,particularly in Precinct 2. •Harris County Flood Control District is looking at evaluating design firm qualifications based on the numberof Envision Sustainability Professionals they have. •This 8 hour course will provide in depth training on the Envision Sustainable Infrastructure Rating (more…)

  • 26th Annual Golf Tournament
    October 24, 2019
    11:00 am - 7:30 pm

Members who sponsor the 26th Annual Golf Tournament will be included in our sweepstakes drawing for 6 FREE Skeeters tickets. The name of the winner will be drawn on July 14th, 2019. The winner will receive an email that day announcing their winnings. Good luck!   Gold Sponsor   Silver Sponsor   Bronze Sponsors   (more…)

WHA Developments–Our Latest Articles

HGAC Release’s their 2018 Mobility Report

The Houston-Galveston Area Council just published their 2018 Mobility Report. The report shows a summary of important progress  in the transportation and economic performance of the region. 92,000 people are said to have come to the region over the past […]


In Case You Missed It…

In this installment of In Case You Missed It you’ll find member companies making their mark on the community through generous donations. New laws and bonds are being put in place to help create a sustainable environment for all, and […]


WHA’s Water Resources & Education committees host joint Water Workforce Forum

The West Houston Association’s Water Resources and Education & Workforce committee’s spent the morning of Tuesday, July 16th, hearing from an esteemed panel of experts in the water quality, electrical and operations fields. The Water Workforce Forum featured former St. […]


QUALITY Planned  Development — Since 1979

Leadership in Quality Growth
For Greater West Houston

The West Houston Association is a non-profit organization working to improve the living and working environment for the 1.7 million residents and 540,000 employees in Greater West Houston.  We advocate for better infrastructure, public policies, and planning within Greater West Houston’s 1,000 square miles.

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We are property owners, major employers, and related firms and community interests working together to advocate for improved mobility, better infrastructure, and a sustainable quality of life for the region.  We believe quality, sustainable infrastructure that is well-planned and well-timed benefits everyone in our region.

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