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WHA Developments–Our Latest Articles

The Federal Issues Forum – The Recap

The WHA Federal Issues Forum featured U.S. Representative Dan Crenshaw (TX-2) and it took place virtually on October 29th. In a wide-ranging question-and-answer session moderated by long-serving Fort Bend County Judge Bob Herbert, Crenshaw spoke about energy, infrastructure, education, and of course, the Covid pandemic.  Rep. Crenshaw said 2020 […]


The MPC E3 Virtual Experience Raised Awareness on the Recreational Facilities Limit

Houston Wilderness and Cross Creek Ranch, along with the West Houston Association held a virtual session on October 22nd that highlighted the importance of using recreational facility bonds to support development of projects that provide environmental and flood resiliency benefits in […]


Op-Ed: The Educational Role of Blue and Green Spaces In A Community

As a follow-up to our recent Blues to Greens Forum, Matt Baumgarten of SWA Group shares how a landscaping project turned into a back-yard classroom. I am not a teacher as my 8 year old son and 10 year old […]


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.

What We Do

Our Members

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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