Fort Bend Houston

Fort Bend Houston

Fort Bend Houston Action Plan
The Fort Bend Houston Complete Communities Action Plan is online! The Action Plan outlines the vision, policies, goals and projects that have been identified by stakeholders over a six-month planning process that included three large public meetings and an examination of ten local community plans and studies. Over 350 leaders, stakeholders, and partners attended the public meetings, and provided valuable input and guidance. The goals and projects work toward a vision of a healthier, more resilient, prosperous, and equitable future for the community.

landNeighborhood Profile
Fort Bend Houston Super Neighborhood is located far South, Southwest Houston and is generally located between the South Sam Houston Tollway/Beltway 8 and McHard Road, and between Hiram Clark Rd Fondren. Fort Bend Houston is a collection of middle- class subdivisions developed in the 1960s and 1970s in northeastern Fort Bend County.

Beginning in the 1970s, the area has attracted middle class African-American families. Most of the housing in the area is single-family. New home construction has recently resumed in the southeastern part of this Fort Bend ISD community.

Coordinating Team

Team Lead: Tonya Sawyer
Planning and Development

Carl Davis, Neighborhood Liaison
Mayor's Citizens Assistance Office