Board of Directors
The District is governed by a 5 member Board of Directors: Richmond and Rosenberg each appoint an equal number of directors, and both cities appoint a joint Director. The Directors represent business and/or property interests in the District and operates on a voluntary basis.
The Board may also nominate advisory, non-voting directors to expand its representation. To apply to serve on the Board, sub-committee or volunteer please complete the District Nomination form here.
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. – Margaret Mead
Welcome to the West Fort Bend, the gateway to Fort Bend County!
Growth continues to increase in western Fort Bend County. As expected and confirmed by U.S. Census the county as well as the cities of Richmond and Rosenberg experienced a surge in population growth over the past ten years.
These numbers support our mission to the cities of Richmond and Rosenberg and remind us that this is a time of development for the West Fort Bend area. Through our development review process we can see that new economic development opportunities are on the horizon and will continue into 2015. This growth also shows us that our investment in improving and enhancing the quality of life in the area has an impact.
The District’s continued focus on clean-up and beautification is apparent every month as crews take to mowing and collecting litter along the rights-of-way of US 59 and Hwy 90A. In 2011, the District collected over 15,000 pounds of litter and debris from the right-of-way. These findings affirm the need to continually maintain these gateways, which the District will continue to do.
As we continue with our mission our progress is an investment in the community and out future.