where energy lives

Home to the headquarters and regional offices of prominent global firms within the energy sector and beyond, the Energy Corridor District consists of over 2,000 acres, stretching along IH-10 from Kirkwood Road to west of Barker Cypress Road, and extending south along Eldridge Parkway to south of Briar Forest Drive. The District also offers access to assets such as Buffalo Bayou, Terry Hershey Park, various recreational trails, and adjacency to over 26,000 acres of parks and open space.

WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECT

The City of Houston’s wastewater construction project is underway. Over the next 18-months, traffic in the Energy Corridor area will be extremely disrupted.

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THE DISTRICT INTRODUCES THE COMMUTER BUS SERVICE

The Energy Corridor District introduces a new mode of transportation for employees that commute to and from the Woodlands!

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THE ENERGY CORRIDOR FARMERS MARKET

The Your Neighborhood Farmers Market brings fresh, locally grown produce, meats, homemade baked goods and more every Thursday!

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in the district

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