Brays Oaks Livable Centers Plan

We’re seeking more feedback about the Brays Oaks Management District Livable Centers Project

Dear Brays Oaks stakeholders, residents, businesses and other interested parties:

We want your feedback on the final concepts that have been prepared and presented at the latest workshop for the Brays Oaks Management District’s Livable Centers Project. 

The Livable Centers Project is being funded by the Houston-Galveston Area Council in partnership with the District and is designed to work with local communities to reimagine infrastructure, policies, and programs to be more friendly to modes of transportation other than motor vehicles: Those include bicycle paths and walkways, for instance.

Here is a link to the workshop presentation on Sept. 23, 2021.

Also, here is link to the Workshop Boards on display, along with a survey, in the atrium lobby of the office building at 10103 Fondren Rd. through Oct. 11.

Please take advantage of these feedback opportunities to help us chart the course for improvements to your area!

Take the Survey

About the Brays Oaks Livable Centers Plan

The Brays Oaks Management District is embarking on a Livable Center program with help and input from residents, business and other stakeholders.

The Livable Centers’ program develops plans for walkable, mixed-use communities that provide multi-modal transportation options, improve environmental quality and promote economic development. Livable Centers are funded by the Texas Department of Transportation and managed by the Houston-Galveston Area Council (in collaboration with the main the District.

This page will be updated with information about the process and outcomes of the project. Please contact Ben Brewer with any questions, comments, or requests for additional information.

Project Boundary

Project Timeline