H-GAC Recognizes Houston Parks Board’s Greens Bayou Greenway Connection

February 9, 2021|News Release

Houston Parks Board honored for innovative approach to parks planning and implementation along Greens Bayou Greenway

H-GAC Recognizes Pasadena Healthy Parks Plan

February 4, 2021|News Release

Houston Parks Board, City of Pasadena, and Pasadena Parks and Recreation Department honored for innovative approach to parks planning and implementation

50/50 Park Partners Announces New Corporate Sponsors for Public-Private Improvement Initiative

January 18, 2021|News Release

50/50 Park Partners is pleased to share the latest updates for the initiative and announce the corporate sponsors who have pledged major gifts in support of the public-private park improvement project.

Spring Branch Trail segment completion is one giant leap toward linking downtown Houston & far west side

December 9, 2020|News Release

From Addicks Reservoir to White Oak Bayou Greenway and beyond

Houston Parks Board Breaks Ground on New Segment of Sims Bayou Greenway

November 22, 2020|News Release

New trail to provide connection and access to green space from Buffalo Speedway to Scott Street

New Segments along Greens Bayou and Sims Bayou Greenways Provide Access to Green Space

September 7, 2020|News Release

Communities now have increased access to new green space and trail amenities as part of Bayou Greenways 2020

Construction Begins on Key Buffalo Bayou Trail Connection

September 1, 2020|News Release

City of Houston, Houston Parks Board, and Buffalo Bayou Partnership collaborate on new Buffalo Bayou trail segment

Houston Parks Board Breaks Ground on New Segment of Hunting Bayou Greenway

June 10, 2020|News Release

Trail to provide important connection through Herman Brown Park and access to new green space

Houston Parks Board Begins Bank Restoration Project Along Buffalo Bayou

April 29, 2020|News Release

Bank stabilization project to return slope to pre-Harvey condition.

Bayou Greenways project nears the end with Bun B and a bike parade

February 17, 2020|Article (Houston Chronicle)

To draw attention to the new green spaces it has developed, the Houston Parks Board and its partners will host a new festival and an art bike parade this spring.