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

WHA Web Tool Talk

Join us for coffee immediately following the Flood Control Forum on July 27th for a brief overview of the WHA website, Map App, and Economic & Demographic report from 9:30am-10:30am at Embassy Suites-Energy Corridor. The West Houston Association is excited […]


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Latest Articles

Draft/Provisional Atlas 14 Data Out for Peer Review

This article was originally published on Michael Bloom’s  blog, Riparian Houston. Tonight I received an email from Sanja Perica, Ph.D., Chief, Hydrometeorological  Design Studies Center, Office of Water Prediction, National Weather Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency inviting me (and many others) to peer […]


Featured on Local News: President Auggie Campbell and WHA Member Al Flores

Recently, West Houston Association and several partners released A Comprehensive Flood Protection Plan for a Better Houston. The group—which includes the West Houston Association, North Houston Association, Greater Houston Builders Association, American Council of Engineering Companies of Houston and the […]


Nov. 7th Ballot: WHA Supports Key Local Bond Elections

WHA Supports Houston Pension Obligation Bonds (Proposition A): In a letter to Mayor Sylvester Turner, West Houston Association’s (WHA) Executive Committee, Chairman John S. Moody, Sr. and President & CEO Augustus L. Campbell voiced the organization’s support the City of […]


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