QUALITY Planned Development — Since 1979

Leadership in Quality Growth
For Greater West Houston Since 1979

The West Houston Association has a 37 year history of bringing new ideas to Greater West Houston in infrastructure, public policies and planning. We are a 501c4 whose membership works for a better living and working environment for the 1.6 million residents and 600,000 employees in Greater West Houston. We are property owners, major employers and related community interests combined to advocate for improved mobility, better infrastructure and a sustainable, quality of living environment for the region.

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Upcoming Events

Elected & Public Officials Reception

If you are a QGP Bronze or Silver and would like to use a credit for sponsorship for this event, please reach out to jennifer@westhouston.org


Blues to Greens: New Ideas in Conservation and Recreation

Our Blues to Greens Forum will focus on water conservation and optimizing open spaces for recreation. Speakers will discuss the importance of outdoor amenities and green spaces; the role they’ve played during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis for coping and mental […]


West Houston Flood Control Forum

Our annual West Houston Flood Control Forum will happen on August 4th, 2020. We are working with our venues to make appropriate adjustments for social distancing and remaining mindful of CDC guidelines. This may require adjustments to table seating. We […]


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Latest Articles

How WHA Has Helped 58 Professionals Earn Envision Credentialing

The West Houston Association hosted its third Envision Credentialing Course on May 7th to prepare professionals for the Sustainable Infrastructure Credentialing Test. The 8-hour course was held in a virtual format for the first time. Instructors Michael Bloom, P.E., ENV. […]


Here’s What Happened at the Tri-County Issues Forum: The Recap

The West Houston Association’s Tri-County Judges Forum was held virtually on June 11th, 2020 featuring a panel of local county judges – Judge Duhon of Waller County, Judge Hidalgo of Harris County, and Judge George of Fort Bend County. Each […]


Issue Spotlight: Increasing the Recreational Facilities Limit

  Recreational facilities in Municipal Utility Districts (MUDs) and other water districts play an important role in communities. Currently, only 1% of the taxable value of property in these districts may be used to support bonds that pay for recreation […]


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