The Energy Corridor District is an advocate for one of Houston’s premier destinations and business hubs. The District is a governmental entity established in 2001 by the Texas Legislature as Harris County Improvement District #4. Since its inception, the District has worked tirelessly to enhance the community’s quality of life and sense of place by implementing transportation and mobility, public amenities, infrastructure, public safety, urban design, and business development initiatives in one of Houston’s most important employment centers. The District consists of over 2,000 acres in Houston, Texas, stretching along IH-10 from Kirkwood Road to west of Barker Cypress Road, and extends south along Eldridge Parkway to south of Briar Forest Drive. It is a bustling and professional area with great employment opportunities, access to countless restaurants and many amenities, including parks and shopping areas.

Our Commitment

Imagine a future where The Energy Corridor District® is the nation’s most desirable place to work and live. Using growth forecasts for the next two decades, the District’s Service Plan is designed to help make that vision a reality – benefiting property owners, businesses, employees and residents by:

  • Providing strong leadership and representation with national, state and local agencies

  • Improving transportation mobility and traffic management

  • Enhancing and beautifying the urban realm

  • Providing security and public safety

  • Creating safe, enjoyable places to walk and bicycle

  • Connecting the community and enhancing The Energy Corridor identity

  • Boosting business development and property values

  • Planning to accommodate future growth