Fort Bend Houston
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.
Team Lead: Tonya Sawyer
Planning and Development
- Phone: 832.393.6600
- Fax: 832.393.6647
- Email: CC_FortBendHouston@houstontx.gov
Angie Solis, Neighborhood Liaison>
Mayor's Citizens Assistance Office
Neighborhood Support Team (NST)
The first step in Complete Communities is to connect with community leaders in the area. It is vital that the Complete Communities initiative connect with each neighborhood's civic leaders and organizations to understand their strengths, their connections within the community, and their perspectives on the needs of the neighborhood. Local civic leaders have the pulse of the community and know the assets and concerns better than the City alone.
We rely on the NST to be our partners in this process by providing guidance to the public engagement approach in the area. We need to hear their voices and depend on the NST to ensure widespread participation from the community. Leaders should represent a constituency, are supported by that group and have some engagement capacity.
If you would like to participate in the NST, contact your planner.
Known Community Resources
Sign-up For the Newsletter
Use our Sign-up Form to get news and updates delivered to your inbox.
Maps, Data and StatisticsData Snapshot