WHA Developments–Our Latest Articles

How Did Water Utilities Fare During Harvey Inundation

Our Water Resources Committee Co-Chair and one of ABHR’s partners, Alia Vinson, wrote about the response and reaction on the water utilities parts to flooding and inundation during Hurricane Harvey. Her article was published in the TWCA’s Newsletter, The Confluence. […]


Should Houston Follow the Transit Plan Less Traveled?

Tory Gattis, with the Center for Opportunity Urbanism, wrote an article published in the Houston Chronicle, Sunday evening. In the piece, he writes about the impact the transportation decisions made now, will have on future generations of commuters and city […]


The Latest Version of Our Flood Control Map

West Houston Association is very grateful to Lee Lennard and our flood control committee who have worked diligently to maintain and update the Flood Protection Plan put forth to urge federal and local governments to action. This plan is comprehensive […]


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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