The Groves, a master-planned community in northeast Houston, along with Harris County Commissioners R. Jack Cagle (Precinct 4) and Jack Morman (Precinct 2) today celebrated the opening of Woodland Hills Drive with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The road opening is significant for northeast Houston residents as it will clear up congestion from W. Lake Houston Parkway and allow direct access to Beltway 8. The project, expected to be completed in April 2018, finished ahead of schedule and is now open for traffic.
WHO: R. Jack Cagle, Harris County Commissioner, Precinct 2; Steve Yetts, General Manager, Ashlar Development; Ed Gonzalez, Harris County Sheriff; Martina Dixon, Humble ISD School Board Trustee; Robert Sitton, Humble ISD School Board Trustee; Representative Jeremy Phillips, Harris County Precinct 2 Commissioner Morman’s Office; Representative John Zitzmann, Harris County Precinct 4 Mark Herman’s Office; Representative Kim Brode, Congressman Ted Poe’s Office; Representative Dru Gutierrez, Harris County Precinct 1 Commissioner Rodney Ellis’s Office
WHAT: Ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the opening of Woodland Hills Drive, now extended into the Groves neighborhood
WHEN: Wednesday, January 10, 2018
WHERE: Woodland Hills Drive, Northeast Houston