Bayou Greenways 2020—led by Houston Parks Board President Beth White—aims to transform the city’s fragmented landscape into a 150-mile network of parks and trails.
The study evaluates options for removing or altering the concrete lining from White Oak Bayou, part of Bayou Greenways 2020. This renovation would improve water quality and increase the bayou’s ability to control floodwater.
As Houston recovers from Hurricane Harvey, Buffalo Bayou Park and Bayou Greenways 2020 are prime examples of what public-private partnerships can accomplish.
Houston’s City Council agreed to allocate $12.5 million for the next phase of Bayou Greenways 2020. Four bayous will soon get hike and bike trail extensions.
Sims Bayou, one of nine bayous being transformed under the Bayou Greenways 2020 initiative, celebrated its ribbon cutting for the Sims Bayou Greenway on June 12.
The Houston Parks Board and project partners are transforming Sims Bayou into Sims Bayou Greenway.
Houston is a city of the world. All languages and food can be found nestled in our vast suburban fabric.
Even the lattes Beth White orders are green.