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Gulfton

Complete Communities Virtual Meeting


Thank you for your participation at last night's meeting! We are moving forward with our Tree Planting Project. Three areas have been identified including Bellaire Street between Bissonnet Street to Hillcroft Street, as our first pilot project.

We are excited about our partnership with Prairie View A&M University and their Healthy Houston Initiative program, tailored to positive youth development and community engagement.

Missed the meeting? Click here to watch.


HBI, Recruit Skilled Workers from HBI's Gulfton and Acres Home Trades Programs





AIA Design for Impact

Thank you for participating in the Designing for Impact series. Over 400 people and 12 design professionals participated and facilitated these meetings in hopes to accomplish the objectives of the Houston Complete Communities Initiative.

To watch the presentations click the link below.

Designing for Impact: Part 1


Design for Impact: Part 2

The City of Houston would like to especially thank AIA Houston and the Houston Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) for engaging our communities and providing exceptional design concepts from projects outlined in the Complete Communities Action Plan.

AIA Houston and the City of Houston’s Complete Communities reserves and retains the ownership, the use, and copies of designs created, submitted, and presented.

Complete Communities continues to work to attract new development and supports expand resources throughout the neighborhoods.




Gulfton Complete Communities Progress Report



Missed the last meeting? You can watch the recording and the progress report presentation under "Gulfton Complete Communities Re-engagement Meeting" section to the right.



Gulfton Complete Communities Is…

Gulfton is a culturally diverse, international community with over 50 languages spoken and is home to 40,000 residents. Although it includes two small areas of single-family homes, its large apartment complexes dominate the area’s landscape along with scattered commercial and light industrial uses. Most of Gulfton was originally developed as a rural subdivision called Westmoreland Farms.

Often described as the Ellis Island of current time, Gulfton is the most densely populated community in Houston, with about 90 apartment complexes and 71% Hispanic residents including immigrants from Mexico and Central America.

Gulfton is known for its compassion and services to help newcomers into the country, city, and area. Although traditionally a Salvadoran and Mexican neighborhood, many immigrants have begun coming from different Latin-American and Middle Eastern countries in search of these resources and services.






Gulfton

Complete Communities Virtual Meeting


Thank you for your participation at last night's meeting! We are moving forward with our Tree Planting Project. Three areas have been identified including Bellaire Street between Bissonnet Street to Hillcroft Street, as our first pilot project.

We are excited about our partnership with Prairie View A&M University and their Healthy Houston Initiative program, tailored to positive youth development and community engagement.

Missed the meeting? Click here to watch.


HBI, Recruit Skilled Workers from HBI's Gulfton and Acres Home Trades Programs





AIA Design for Impact

Thank you for participating in the Designing for Impact series. Over 400 people and 12 design professionals participated and facilitated these meetings in hopes to accomplish the objectives of the Houston Complete Communities Initiative.

To watch the presentations click the link below.

Designing for Impact: Part 1


Design for Impact: Part 2

The City of Houston would like to especially thank AIA Houston and the Houston Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) for engaging our communities and providing exceptional design concepts from projects outlined in the Complete Communities Action Plan.

AIA Houston and the City of Houston’s Complete Communities reserves and retains the ownership, the use, and copies of designs created, submitted, and presented.

Complete Communities continues to work to attract new development and supports expand resources throughout the neighborhoods.




Gulfton Complete Communities Progress Report



Missed the last meeting? You can watch the recording and the progress report presentation under "Gulfton Complete Communities Re-engagement Meeting" section to the right.



Gulfton Complete Communities Is…

Gulfton is a culturally diverse, international community with over 50 languages spoken and is home to 40,000 residents. Although it includes two small areas of single-family homes, its large apartment complexes dominate the area’s landscape along with scattered commercial and light industrial uses. Most of Gulfton was originally developed as a rural subdivision called Westmoreland Farms.

Often described as the Ellis Island of current time, Gulfton is the most densely populated community in Houston, with about 90 apartment complexes and 71% Hispanic residents including immigrants from Mexico and Central America.

Gulfton is known for its compassion and services to help newcomers into the country, city, and area. Although traditionally a Salvadoran and Mexican neighborhood, many immigrants have begun coming from different Latin-American and Middle Eastern countries in search of these resources and services.