For the past 19 years dedicated volunteers have been working together in the Greater Inwood Partnership (GIP) to build a better community [map] whose population is larger than many small cities.  The greater Inwood area is located in near northwest Houston and is comprised of 35 neighborhoods.


The Greater Inwood Partnership is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization devoted to developing, encouraging, promoting, beautifying, protecting, and unifying the greater Inwood area of Houston.  Some of our on-going projects include:

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So much can be accomplished when people really begin to share their passion to do GREAT things and bring their gifts and talents to the table.
Can you lend a hand? We could certainly benefit from your talents. 
If you're not a member of the Greater Inwood Partnership, please consider becoming one today.  Together we will continue to make great things happen!
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Greater Inwood Partnership � 2009
P.O.Box 38553, Suite 255
Houston, Texas 77238-8553

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Greater Inwood community landmark project


A memorial fund of $3,000 was established for the Antoine Drive esplanade designer Ed Richardson 3 years ago. The Greater Inwood Partnership also received a City of Houston matching grant award. Together those funds helped create the 4-esplanade Antoine Drive Knock Out Rose Project, with most of the work done on the 500 foot esplanade directly across from the Aron Ledet Park.


That esplanade (click for more info), designed by famed local landscape architect Keiji Asakura, is part of a 3-phase project to create a landmark for the greater Inwood community.


Phase 1, the crushed granite design has been installed. Work started in 2010 and will continue in 2011 on Phase 2 which is the exquisite planting of shrubs, flowers and trees. Phase 3 is a park art project that will be designed by Lone Star College.

Arbor Day event


In 2010, five area schools participated in an Arbor Day event sponsored by the Greater Inwood Partnership. The schools held a contest where the students prepared an Arbor Day related project. Representatives from the Greater Inwood Partnership went to each school and judged the projects and helped the winning team plant a tree at each school. Students watered and cared for their tree.  This project is being repeated in 2011 and will become an annual event.

Community events


As part of our mission to educate the community, GIP hosts several community events throughout the year for members and area residents where everyone is able to meet city leaders and learn about issues that affect our community.  GIP also participates in the annual National Night Out event sponsored by the Near Northwest Management District.


Pictured: CM Brenda Stardig presents Toni Lawrence with commemorative tree on behalf of the Greater Inwood Partnership



Supervise community service workers


The Greater Inwood Partnership is an agency that provides community service hours to Harris County community service workers. GIP supervises community service workers each Saturday as they pick up litter, plant trees and maintain area esplandes and parks.


Pictured: Bags of litter picked up on a typical Saturday



In 2010 GIP launched an e-newsletter to keep supporters and city leaders informed about Greater Inwood Partnership activities and other community related news. Click here to sign up and/or to see past newsletters.


Promoting the community


The GIP website was expanded to promote our neighborhoods and the greater Inwood community as a great place to live. The GIP website now includes a page where all of our neighborhoods can be found together in one place to showcase all of us together as ONE strong community. The website also includes a Realtor page listing Realtors that live and/or work in the area. This directory was created to simply let homebuyers know who our local Realtors area.
Greater Inwood Partnership's past accomplishments & projects
Created the Near Northwest Management District
Created the Greater Inwood Super Neighborhood
Worked to defeat the proposed opening of several "hot sheet" motels in the area
Worked to get the bike trail extension along the west side of white oak bayou
Applied for and received the greater Inwood rail quiet zone
Three time recipient of 'Keep Houston Beautiful Mayor's Proud Partners Award'
Awarded over $60,000 in scholarships
Planted over 1,000 trees and 3,600 shrubs
Planted 82 esplanades and irrigated 30

Become a member today


We can't do it without you! Please consider becoming a member today so that we can continue improving our great community.  The Greater Inwood Partnership is supported 100% by our members. We do NOT have any paid employees or facilities. The money you pay for membership goes directly into the improvement of our community.  Becoming a member of GIP is an affordable way to help improve your community where you can actually "see" your money at work. We have membership levels starting at $25 to meet any budget.  Click here for more information about becoming a member.