Home2 Suites by Hilton Opening Soon on Wilcrest Drive

Home2 Suites by Hilton Houston Westchase, Westchase District's newest hotel, will open its doors to guests beginning  Thursday, April 11 at 3125 Wilcrest Drive.

Located just north of Richmond Avenue, the four-story, 120-unit hotel features kitchenettes in every room, free parking, free breakfast and free wireless Internet access.  The hotel promotes eco-friendly living with 10% of the hotel's power coming from solar panels, recycling bins in all rooms and corridors and a Clean the World program that recycles soap to countries in need. 

A 670-square-foot meeting space can be customized to clients' needs. An outdoor fire pit, barbecue grills, and pool round out the hotel's amenities.  For reservations, call 832-295-4800.

Goals Accomplished: Soccer Equipment for Local School

Sneed Elementary Soccer Goals

Students at Sneed Elementary School, located in Westchase District at 9855 Pagewood Lane, recently received two soccer goals, 10 soccer balls and an equipment bag from the Westchase District Community Fund

The WDCF matched a $1,500 grant from the City of Houston Department of Neighborhoods program to purchase the equipment, which is installed at the Sneed Spark Park. The park, as well as use of the goals, is open to the community during non-school hours. 

(Pictured back row, from left: Nancy Trent, Alief ISD area superintendent; Charles Woods, deputy superindendent; Dave Gilkeson, Westchase District Community Fund; Kristen Creeggan, principal, Sneed Elementary School; and Craig Eichhorn, Westchase District Community fund.)

Good Times for a Great Cause at Corporate Challenge

The weather held out for our 22nd annual Westchase District Corporate Challenge. More than 300 people enjoyed a day of friendly competition while raising money for the Westchase District Community Fund. Thanks to all who participated, sponsored and volunteered. Who will take home the coveted traveling trophy this year? All we be revealed April 25!

  Thursdays @ 3 p.m.  *Rain or shine* St. Cyril of Alexandria Catholic Church
10503 Westheimer, Houston, TX 77042 (at Rogerdale, just west of Beltway 8)

Last Two Chances for Easter Goodies

The market will be closed on Thursday, April 18 for Easter Week festivities, so this Thursday and next Thursday are your last chances to get your Easter basket items and load up on staples for two weeks. The market WILL BE OPEN on April 4, April 11 and April 25.

New Vendor: Chelsey with Chow Hound

We're excited to welcome a new vendor to the market: Chelsey Malone with Chow Hound Raw Dog Food & Treats. Featuring all-natural products with no fillers, preservatives, artificial colors, corn or wheat, Chow Hound caters to the natural way a dog would eat in the wild. Come stop by this week and say howdy!


Chelsey Malone has all-natural dog food and treats every week at the market.

Register by Friday To Save 10% on WHAM's Spring Dash

West Houston Assistance Ministries' Spring Dash 1K and 5K Run/Walk event is just 10 days away, and if you register now through this Friday, April 6, you can use the discount code " TenOff" to save 10% on your registration fee.

The timed race will take place at 7:45 a.m., Saturday, April 13. It starts at 10501 Meadowglen Lane and will lead participants along the Westchase District trail system.

Whether you choose to sign up for the 1K, the 5K or simply make a donation and sleep in, you'll be supporting one of West Houston's greatest community assets. For more information, contact Mercedes Santos-Garay, 832-266-1489.

Public Safety Alliance Focuses on Environmental Design

Safer Sites: Princina Brown-Thomas recently presented to District property managers about crime prevention through environmental design.

Don McKinney, Westchase District's vice president of public safety, recently hosted a Public Safety Alliance luncheon for apartment, hotel and office property managers to learn about how they can reduce criminal activity through effective use of their existing environments. 

While many discussions about crime focus on arrest and punishment rather than prevention, the Houston Police Department's CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) program seeks to reduce opportunities for crime by applying design principles that make it more difficult to carry out inappropriate activities.

About Westchase District
Westchase District is a municipal management district funded by local property owners in a 4.2 square-mile area centered on Sam Houston Tollway between I-10 and US-59 on the west side of Houston, Texas. 

The District promotes growth by enhancing: 
  • Mobility
  • Beautification 
  • Public Safety
  • Planning and Development


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