We conserve land through outreach and restoration while offering a recreational greenspace for Houston
Willow Waterhole Conservation Reserve (Willow Waterhole Park), located in the Westbury area near the intersection of South Post Oak Road and South Main Street, is a 290-acre greenway that offers Houstonians recreational opportunities as well as relief from flooding concerns. The expanses around the ponds are designated for wildlife conservation and passive recreation, and include walking trails and gazebos. Native plants are being nurtured on the site and additional trees will be planted as ongoing construction projects are finished.
Come and get your spook on at the 2019 Willow Waterhole Halloween Trunk or Treat on October 26th, starting at 6:30 pm. An inflatable Haunted House, a costume contest, bucket-loads of Halloween treats, prizes, and much, much more!
Catch the new video of MusicFEST 2019 courtesy of Bill Newton. Pro musicians, area school bands, Food Trucks and chalk artists, aerialists, stilt walkers, fire dancers, live painting, it’s all there. You might even see yourself!
The Willow Waterhole Greenspace Conservancy has been selected by the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs (MOCA) to receive a significant grant as part of its Arts & Cultural Plan for 2019.
Save the Date!
Join us the weekend of April 13-14 for the 7th Annual Edition of everyone's favorite, family-friendly music festival. Stand by for more details, including this year's fabulous lineup. In the meantime, please click on the image on the left to marvel at this year's festival poster. Hoping to see y'all there!!!
The Houston Police Family Support Unit is proud to partner with the Back the Blue 5k to host a fun-fileed day supporting local law enforcement. Activities for the day incluede a 5K race/walk, a one-mile fun run, and so much more! Money raised from this event will go tohelp Houston Police officers involved in line-of-duty injury.
The Jim Myers Flag Dedication Ceremony was held at Willow Waterhole Greenway on Saturday, July 28. We'd like to share a few images with the WWGC community of this event.
A special election will be held on August 25th for citizens to vote on the issuance of a Harris County Flood Control District $2.5 billion bond.
The Arboretum Trail at Willow Waterhole Greenway has been recently completed and it is time to welcome the community to view its entire 300 feet length.
With contributions from official MusicFEST 2018 photographers Clint Rusk, Eduardo Perme, and Juan Islas, we are pleased to share with you a gallery of outstanding images that tell the story and capture the spirit of MusicFEST 2018.
Trees for Houston supporters and friends gathered Thursday, May 17, to honor the recipients Of the 2018 Arbor Awards. Individuals and organizations demonstrating an exceptional commitment to preserving Houston's green landscape were recognized for their efforts.