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Our History

In 1990, commercial property owners realized that for the area to experience positive growth, it needed an organization dedicated to coordinating and guiding this developing community. More than 100 of these property owners petitioned the Texas Legislature in support of such an organization, and in 1991, the Greenspoint District was born.

Our Milestones
Area businesses organize the effort to create a management district to provide enhanced services and improvements to Greenspoint.
The legislature creates the Greenspoint District with a board representing property owners. It then formalizes its structure, organizes committees, hires staff and secures office space.  
The District acquires 11 acres on Greens Road, where an abandon apartment complex stands for a future park site.
The Greater Greenspoint Public Safety Center opens at Greenspoint Mall. The District receives the first “Crime Reduction Award” from the Houston Police Department.
The District successfully secures creation of the Greater Greenspoint Redevelopment Authority, and a Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ) is established. Archon purchases and begins redevelopment of more than 5,000 Greenspoint apartment units, transforming the area’s apartment market.
With investments from the TIRZ and Archon, Greenspoint’s first public parks, Thomas R. Wussow and CityView, open.
The District creates a foundation, Greenspoint Community Partners, to secure additional funds for area improvements.
The District receives statewide recognition with the Texas Crime Prevention Association’s “Outstanding Crime Prevention Organization” award. The Houston Police Department also recognizes the District with its second “Crime Reduction Award.”
Expansion Solutions Magazine names the Greenspoint District one of the nation's top five locations for logistics companies. The magazine cites the District's ideal location and ample new development of warehouse/distribution space as key to its selection. 
The Greenspoint District wins “Outstanding Crime Prevention Business.” The award is presented by the Texas Crime Prevention Association to organizations that reduce crime and provide the greatest support to crime prevention programs. 
In partnership with the Greens Bayou Corridor Coalition, the District opens Ida Gaye Gardens, a park that provides older adults a place to socialize, exercise and relax.
Greenspoint District partners with the Aldine-Greenspoint YMCA to provide programming at several of the District's parks including: Thomas R. Wussow, CityView, Buckboard and Ida Gaye Gardens. 
Representatives from the Greenspoint District as well as our Board of Directors Chair, Transwestern EVP Michelle Wogan, travel to China and South Korea and meet with area business leaders and attend the FDI World Forum conference to facilitate the emergence of Greenspoint as a potential location for global companies looking to expand into the United States. 
Dylan Park, the District's only public park for people of all abilities, featuring playground equipment designed to allow wheelchair access and accommodate users with special needs, opens to the public. Right next door to Dylan Park opens the North Houston Skate Park, the largest skate park in North America. The complex is built by the Greater Greenspoint Redevelopment Authority and managed by the Greenspoint District. 
Greenspoint District implements "Hoops & Heroes" - a public outreach initiative with the goal of encouraging cooperation and interaction between the community and local first responders by inviting the children in the community to play basketball with members of law enforcement, military and firefighters. 
Greenspoint District's name changes to the North Houston District to reflect its entire 12-square-mile service area. 

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