Montrose Bridge Lights Will Be Operating Intermittently During Final Phase of Installation

Planned testing and fine-tuning is underway; requiring some downtime for the bridge lights through mid-April Houston, Texas – March 14, 2017 – Montrose Management District (MMD) announced today that the new, permanent LED lights spanning the 7 bridges over US 59 will be turned off intermittently over the next few weeks...

By | March 14, 2017

Houston City Council Approves Montrose Management District’s Application for a Special Parking Area

Houston, Texas (March 1, 2017) – Montrose Management District (MMD) is pleased to announce that today the Houston City Council unanimously approved their request for a Special Parking Area (SPA). The SPA is intended to relax the city’s strict parking requirements for Montrose-area businesses. Currently, the city requires that all...

By | March 2, 2017

Economic Development Brochure

The mission of the Montrose District is to attract public and private investment, provide professional management to the area, and enhance the economic well-being of the community. In order to assist with this mission, the District is empowered to finance projects and plans related to public safety, business and economic...

By | November 11, 2016

Esplanade Improvement Project FAQ

What is the esplanade improvement project? The esplanade improvement project aims to improve the esplanades so that they reinforce the appeal and identity of the larger Montrose community, and contribute aesthetically to the neighborhood. Materials for each esplanade have been selected with for their high quality and low maintenance requirements...

By | May 20, 2016
  • April 28, 2017

    Montrose Management District response to posters hung in bus shelters by unknown persons in April 2017

    The Montrose Management District is shocked and dismayed by recent discoveries of anti-LGBT materials posted around Montrose. The District is working closely with law enforcement officers to uncover those responsible for defacing public property and deliberately attempting to antagonize members of our community. We will...

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  • April 20, 2017

    Montrose Patrol Profiles: Officer Aaron Day

    In January 2015, Montrose-area apartment complexes began reporting a wave of brazen burglaries. The thieves would break in, steal TVs and other valuables, and escape in their getaway car. Houston Police Department Officer Aaron Day and his partner were assigned to investigate the case in...

  • April 17, 2017

    My Montrose: Hugo Ortega

    Ortega was recently received his fifth straight nomination for Best Chef-Southwest by the James Beard Foundation. (Also nominated is Jianyun Ye, the chef at Houston’s Mala Sichuan). The winner will be announced on April 24. Congratulations on yet another nomination! Thank you so much. What...

  • April 17, 2017

    Mayor Turner to Announce Complete Communities Initiative

    Mayor Turner Kicks off Complete Communities Initiative City/Private Partnerships aim to Transform Forgotten Neighborhoods WHAT: Mayor Sylvester Turner will announce the first round of neighborhoods selected for his Complete Communities Initiative. Complete Communities aims to transform neighborhoods that have been overlooked for the amenities enjoyed...

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  • April 14, 2017

    Lower Westheimer Corridor Study Public Meeting, April 20

    The City of Houston is almost finished with their study of the Lower Westheimer corridor. The City did a significant amount of work with the community to ensure they were being responsive to neighborhood input when planning improvements to such a unique and historic area....

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