Our vision for White Oak Bayou Park


TxDOT's plan for more highways

Houston, we have a choice

More opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, to connect with nature and fellow Houstonians? Or more concrete lanes, blight, and pollution?

We can have the centerpiece park that a world-class city deserves. Don’t let TxDOT take it away!

Supported By

Bayou Preservation Association
White Oak Bayou Association
Save Buffalo Bayou
Bike Houston
Air Alliance Houston
Stop TxDOT I45
Super Neighborhood 15
Super Neighborhood 22
Super Neighborhood 51
Clark Pines Civic Association
Cottage Grove Civic Association
First Ward Civic Council
Norhill Neighborhood Association
West End Civic Club
Woodland Heights Civic Association
Dr. Letitia Plummer
Mario Castillo
Abbie Kamin
Molly Cook
Pervez Agwan
Stude Park

A Community Asset

A place to run, to play, to gather together—parks are vital to the value of our community.

blue heron

An Environmental Defender

The White Oak Bayou Greenway contains nature preserves that provide habitat to our iconic wildlife.

biking and running by White Oak Bayou

A Better Houston

The conservation of our natural resources is a cornerstone of Plan Houston, adopted by the city in 2015.

The Future is more concrete?

Katy Freeway

The TxDOT Plan

  • will decrease Houstonians’ quality of life,
  • will remove natural areas and wildlife,
  • is a waste of money.

Act now before it’s lost!

TxDOT’s plan will replace your park land with lanes of freeway overpasses. Act now before your park land is gone!

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