Project History Hunting Bayou

Project HistoryHunting Bayou

COMPLETED:

On July 24, 2018, Houston Parks Board—along with Houston Parks and Recreation Department, Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), Harris County Precinct One, and Harris County Flood Control District—celebrated the opening of a new 1-mile segment of Hunting Bayou Greenway. The new segment is from Falls Street to Pickfair Street. Along this new trail is a new pocket park at the intersection of Pardee and Leffingwell, which serves as a gateway to the Kashmere Gardens neighborhood. Houston Parks Board thanks TxDOT for funding this project. 

In July 2019, construction finished on a new portion of Hunting Bayou Greenway from Falls Street to Cavalcade Street (Mickey Leland Memorial Park). At a half-mile long, the greenway connect into the trail that leads to Pickfair Street. It included the replacement of the existing asphalt trail with a new 10-foot wide concrete trail as well as a new hike-and-bike pedestrian bridge.

A future phase of the Hunting Bayou Greenway will pick up at Pickfair Street and continue through Hutcheson Park to a future Kelly Street Bikeway.

For more information on these segments and the groundbreaking/ribbon cutting event, click here.

UNDER CONSTRUCTION:

Updated 10/11/19
At this time, no Bayou Greenway projects are under construction along Hunting Bayou. Please continue to check back for future updates.