Board of Directors Application
Highway 90A Livable Centers Planning Study
The District has the power to establish architectural and landscaping standards and guidelines. The written consent of both the Cities of Richmond and Rosenberg is required to approve standards and guidelines for use in the District.
The Board formed a Standards Committee in June of 2006, made up of experienced professionals with the objective to develop a minimum set of Standards for new development and redevelopment in West Fort Bend.
The purpose of the standards is to encourage positive development and they form the foundation to create a uniquely identifiable experience within the corridors through the consistent use of landscaping and architectural design elements.
Implementing the Standards
All development and redevelopment projects within the District boundaries will be governed by the Standards. Standards are being developed by corridor and to view the current standards click on the District Development Standards link below.
Developers and redevelopers whose projects fall within the boundaries of the District need to contact the District for review and approval of plans prior to the commencement of work.
Lists & Disclosure Statements
- WFBMD Rules and Regulations
- Tree Protection and Preservation Requirements
- Lighting Requirements
- Building and Parking Setback Requirements
- Building Materials and Screening
- Landscape Requirements
- 2016: Richmond Pecan Festival
The WFBMD became an integral sponsor of the revived Richmond Pecan Festival and are actively involved in the planning of the 2017 festival to be held in November.
- 2012: Apache Corporation Tree Grant
Recipient of 250 live oak and pine trees that were used to reforest public areas after the drought of 2011.
- 2011: Appoint an Executive Director
Through a gracious grant from The George Foundation, The Board of Director’s retained a a full-time Executive Director. The position will expedite development review processes, coordinate revisions to the Districts development standards, undertake outreach efforts to the public, build a greater business friendly environment and a vast array of other District related duties.
- 2009: TxDOT Enhancement Grant
The Board of Director’s and commuity volunteers submitted an ambitious plan to enhance the intersection of F.M. 762 and Hwy 59 during the last call for projects from TxDOT in 2009. After waitng for several months the District and County received notice that the project proposal had been selected for funding. Implementation will occur at the end of the current TxDOT expansion of this intersection around the later part of 2018.
- 2008: Landscape Master Plan
In 2008, Asakura Robinson worked with the District to create a landscape architecture master plan. The project was a collaboration of efforts from the cities and the community and reflects a landscape palette to enhance the aesthetics of the area and promote additional economic development. To undertake the project the District received a grant from the George Foundation which provided seed funding through their matching grant program, with the balance of the funds coming from District Patrons.
- Monthly Maintenance
The District mows and maintains certain segments of the Hwy 90A corridor.
Landscape Master Plan
Studies & Reports
- 2016 Annual Report
- 2015 Annual Report
- 2014 Annual Report
- 2012 Annual Report
- 2011 Annual Report
- Access Management Public Meeting Presentation
- 2010 Annual Report
- 2009 Annual Report Update
- 2009 Annual Report
- 2007 Annual Report
- 2006 Focus Group Report
- 2006 Focus Group Summary
- 2006 Annual Report