The Upper Kirby District is currently pursuing an aggressive capital program that will address all aspects of area infrastructure from streets and sewers to parks and open spaces. As density in Upper Kirby continues to grow at a remarkable rate, the Upper Kirby District intends to see that the public spaces and facilities are rebuilt to a level that can handle the existing demand as well as whatever the future may bring. Upper Kirby projects aim to do much more than move cars and water; they aim to create great public places that connect people to destinations.
The current plan will see most major thoroughfares and several key connectors reconstructed to a world-class standard. The program also includes The Upper Kirby Redevelopment Authority/TIRZ No. 19’s capital plan aims to address area flooding, mobility and pavement condition in partnership with the City of Houston. As these needed infrastructure projects are underway, the Upper Kirby Management District/HCID No. 3 will be implementing comprehensive pedestrian amenities, overhead utility relocation and landscaping enhancements to turn efficiently functioning thoroughfares into great city streets.