From developing solutions that improve livability to making sure The Energy Corridor is on the front line for public-financed projects, The Energy Corridor™ District is unsurpassed as a civic leader for West Houston. We lead to actively represent all commercial property owners in the District, while addressing the concerns of residents, office tenants and businesses.
The District proactively partners with federal, state, county and local agencies to receive services and funding for projects that may otherwise be delayed or never happen. Whether it’s developing the West Houston Trails Master Plan or working closely with TxDOT and the Houston-Galveston Area Council on transportation solutions, we believe in setting the pace for improvements in The Energy Corridor.
Effective leadership requires skilled people. Our staff has expertise in project management, grants, risk management, finance, auditing, real estate, public safety, urban design, landscape architecture, forestry, horticulture, bicycle and pedestrian safety, transportation, transit, marketing, communications and special events.
They are led by District Board members representing a variety of District property owners – with notable experience serving on a variety of boards, including the West Houston Association, Urban Land Institute, the Institute of Real Estate Management, Municipal Utility Districts and top building owner and facilities management associations.
In addition, our team works closely with the City of Houston and Harris County Flood Control District to improve storm water drainage practices and management. We promote park and trail initiatives with Harris County Precinct 3 and the city’s Parks and Recreation and Public Works & Engineering departments. We coordinate with utilities to ensure high-quality access to reliable power and broadband communications.