The North Houston District is a management district that advocates for projects and services that attract the best in commercial and residential life to our appealing, safe, accessible and green activity center.
The District was originally created as the Greater Greenspoint Management District in 1991 after property owners in the north Houston area successfully petitioned the Texas Legislature to form the organization to supplement existing government services and advocate for the District’s needs and growth.
What is a Management District?
It is a special purpose district created by the Texas Legislature that is empowered to promote, develop, encourage and maintain employment, commerce, transportation, housing, tourism, recreation, arts, entertainment, economic development, safety and the public welfare in a defined area. There are several management districts in the Houston region. Each one adopts a service plan to outline the focus of the projects and services it provides.
What We Do
The North Houston District leverages public and private partnerships to provide enhanced services in public safety, planning and development, beautification and maintenance of public rights of way, and development of parks and trails.
We advocate for the area to promote quality growth and services that enhance our property values and our appeal as a place to live, work, visit and invest.
Why We Do It
We believe in North Houston District’s potential and are committed to supporting positive change in our community. Our role as a management district allows us to advocate for projects and enhancements that bring value to our property owners and a better quality of life for our businesses and families.
Throughout the years, the District has leveraged millions of dollars to bring much-needed public projects to the area, sometimes with a financial commitment, but just as often with expertise, time, credibility, innovation and strategic partnerships.