The June 15th Board Meeting is canceled.


The TIRZ/Redevelopment Authority board is inviting your suggestions and comments on the Draft Potential Projects List. The TIRZ/Redevelopment Authority uses this list to identify needed projects for the zone. This is a list of potential projects; not, a list of scheduled projects. Inclusion on the list does not mean that the resources are available to implement the project.

Please view the potential projects list here:

Please send any feedback to by January 31, 2024 so it can be incorporated into the discussion at the next TIRZ board meeting.

Capital Improvement Plan 2020-2024 Project Map

This map provides an overview of the Memorial Heights Redevelopment Authority 2020-2024 Capital Improvement Plan. Click here to see descriptions of each project and to view the story map, which details the cost, status, and duration of each project.

Shepherd and Durham Major Investment Project

The Memorial Heights Redevelopment Authority (MHRA) is pleased to announce that both phases of the Shepherd and Durham Major Investment Project are now funded. To learn more, click the button below:

To view the map, click the button below:

If you have any comments or questions about the Capital Improvements Plan Map, click the button below:

Houston Avenue at White Oak Drive Intersection Improvements

MHRA worked with the City of Houston and HPARD to reconfigure the intersection of Houston Avenue at White Oak Drive to alleviate driver confusion, improve crossing conditions for pedestrians/cyclists, and improve connectivity to all amenities surrounding the intersection. To learn more, click the button below:

White Oak Bayou Trail to Memorial Park Trail Extension Plans

West Dallas Restriping Project

Heights Boulevard Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Project


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Street Closure This Week

The City of Houston has scheduled a temporary water service outage tonight, April 24, starting at 9:00 p.m. and lasting through the morning of Thursday, April 25.

Residents and businesses in the vicinity of Shepherd @ 28th St. will be impacted. For weekly construction updates, visit