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Our Beginning

The creation of Hiram Clarke / Fort Bend-Houston is a beneficial tool to galvanize economic development in the immediate area, attract new investments, attract new employment opportunities, and provide a better quality of life for the communities involved.

This is a HUGE victory for the constituents of Hiram Clarke and Fort Bend Houston that will render a substantial impact for years to come.

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Our Board of Directors

TJ Tijani
Position 1
Theadore Andrews
Position 2
George Anderson
Vice Chair
Position 3
Brandi Harleaux
Position 4
Homer Clark
Position 5
Phyllis J Bailey
Position 6
Horace Allison
Position 7

Hiram Clarke / Fort Bend - South Houston Concerned Citizens Coalition Banquet (2018)

Next Meeting

TIRZ 25 Board Meeting

January 2023 Board Meeting
Thursday, January 5, 2023 @ 12pm

In Person:
FountainLife Center
14083 S. Main Street
Houston, TX 77035

Via Zoom:


January 2023 Board Development Training
Saturday, January 7, 2023 @ 10am

In Person:
Houston Community College Brays Oaks
Conference Room
8855 W Bellfort Blvd
Houston, TX 77031


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Key Points of Interest

  • Willow Waterhole Park



    Willow Waterhole Conservation Reserve (Willow Waterhole Park), located in the Westbury area near the intersection of South Post Oak Road and South Main Street, is a 290-acre greenway that offers Houstonians recreational opportunities as well as relief from flooding concerns.

    The expanses around the ponds are designated for wildlife conservation and passive recreation, and include walking trails and gazebos. Native plants are being nurtured on the site and additional trees will be planted as ongoing construction projects are finished.


    5300 Dryad, Houston, TX 77035

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  • Beltway Southwest Business Park



    Hines, one of the oldest and most respected development firms in Houston, has launched a 1 million square-foot industrial park, injecting even more momentum in the new south side hot zone for warehouse development.

    Hines’ 75-acre Beltway Southwest Business Park is located at the northeast corner of Beltway 8 and Fort Bend Toll Road.


    14501-14661 Hillcroft St, Houston, TX 77085

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  • Madison High School



    Madison’s $94 million project, which is part of the 2012 Bond program, spans 265,000 square feet and will accommodate up to 2,100 students. The new building features a two-story foyer that doubles as a dining commons and large gathering space and offers plenty of natural light.

    The school entrance is flanked by three, two-story academic wings to the east and performing arts and community spaces to the west. The gymnasium and athletics area are located in the northeast portion of the building. The swimming pool, which will be constructed at a later date, will also be housed in the same area.


    13719 White Heather Dr, Houston, TX 77045

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  • Lawson Middle School



    Lawson is among 40 HISD schools being renovated or rebuilt as part of the 2012 Bond Program. The three-story, $59 million facility will be designed to accommodate up to 1,500 students and showcase their fine arts magnet program.

    New design features will include a new dining commons, gym, and a central courtyard area, where students can gather to learn and study throughout the day. Plans also include a new fine arts building, which will feature a modern black box theatre that also can be used as a multipurpose space.


    14000 Stancliff St, Houston, TX 77045

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  • Mini Murals



    Mini Murals is an award-winning project that reimagines traffic signal control cabinets (also referred to as electrical or utility boxes) as blank canvases brimming with creative opportunity and inviting artistic expression for all to enjoy.


    Multiple locations throughout TIRZ 25.

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Beltway Southwest Business Park

Hiram Clarke / Fort Bend-Houston's Most Recent Work

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Plans for Hiram Clarke/Fort Bend-Houston include the expenditure of public funds for eligible project costs including the planning, engineering and construction of new streets, water distribution facilities, wastewater collection facilities, storm drainage improvements, roadway and street reconstruction projects, cultural and public facility improvements, parks and other related improvements.

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14075 S. Main Street, Suite A
Houston, TX 77035

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