Greater Heights Green Space Plan (2003 Archives) - A group of concerned resident of the Greater Heights area got together back in 2003 to think green. First was about turning places into people places through some hands one workshop to produce a summary of ideas and priorities identified as quality of life enhancements. What came out of that is for participants to tell you about.
Houston Heights Bus Shelter Program - The Houston Heights Association working with the Heights' community and UH graphic design students created bus shelter design concepts that reflect the character of the neighborhood. Gus Kopriva, past member of the HHA Board, is heading this effort to partner with METRO for implementing some of these bus shelters in the neighborhood. Read about it at LINK.
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HistoricHeights.com is a community portal with the objective to provide a listing of the many activities occurring in the Houston Heights while informing our community and others about the historic value of the Houston Heights. The best way to preserve our history is by educating ourselves and others about how unique to Houston is the Houston Heights. Eventually you will be able to find many other historic aspects of the Heights community such as pictures of our historic homes and other structures.

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19th Street (map) - A tradition in the Heights, 19th Street used to be main street when the Houston Heights was an incorporated city in the early 1900s. 19th Street offers an eclectic venue for shopping, dinning and time to discover why many families enjoy living in the Heights. White Oak Drive (map) - A destination offering a diverse number of shops, restaurants and music venues. Spend some time sharing a lively conversation and a cup of coffee at the Onion Creek, find some unique gifts at Michel's, or get your roller blades fixed at John's.
Studewood Street (map) - Located between the Houston Heights and Woodland Heights Studewood Street offers restaurants, gift shops, bars, and any other commercial venue residents need. Arts & Crafts Market (map) - Located at the parking lot of the Wind and Water Gallery, 548 W. 19th Street, the first Saturday of every month it is a great opportunity to mingle with local artists and artisans.
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