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 View Proposed Facility
View the flood control plan, a $70M series of wet-bottom detention lakes, and Greenspace in a 280-acre park in Southwest Houston.
 
WWGC 2005 Fun Run and Park Dedication Proclamation - May 2005
The City of Houston proclaimed May 7, 2005 as Willow Waterhole Greenspace Conservancy First Annual Fun Run and Walk Day. Click link above to view the proclamation.

2004 National Park Service Conservation Success - July 2004
The WWGC was recognized as a conservation success story by the National Park Service because of its efforts to work with a broad-based coalition of individuals, neighborhoods, government agencies, businesses, and foundations to develop trails and other amenities around the new flood control facilities.  The driving goal of the WWGC is to facilitate the creation of a series of interconnected permanent lakes suitable for passive recreation with an emphasis on conserving natural resources.  The National Park Service through its Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance program will help establish conservation guidelines and planning for outdoor education, habitat restoration/preservation, public recreation, and other open space-related uses for the land.   

 
 
 
 
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