Media Contact Trudi Smith BBP, Director of PR and Events firstname.lastname@example.org 713.752.0314 x103 Five cities imagine new monuments February – September 2019 NEW YORK, NEW YORK (December 4, 2018) — New Monuments for New Cities, A Buffalo Bayou Partnership and High Line Network Public Art Project, is a new collaboration between industrial reuse projects in… Read more »
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Dear Friends: Since Hurricane Harvey, Buffalo Bayou Partnership has been focused on cleanup efforts along Buffalo Bayou. We hope this update will provide you with valuable information, show you the challenges that we have been facing, and give you a glimpse of how hard our maintenance staff is working. BUFFALO BAYOU PARK AND DOWNTOWN As… Read more »
The Cistern at Buffalo Bayou Park is a former drinking water reservoir built in 1926 for the City of Houston. After operating for decades, an irreparable leak was discovered and after a few years, the reservoir was decommissioned in 2007. Thanks to support from The Brown Foundation, Inc., Buffalo Bayou Partnership is opening this underground,… Read more »
Buffalo Bayou Partnership is an official charity of the Chevron Houston Marathon’s Run for a Reason program. This has provided us a great platform for raising awareness and money for our organization. Again this year, Chevron is giving away $50,000 to the charity that wins the most votes in their online poll. Please vote for… Read more »
Whether you are on the hike and bike trails for exercise or for fun, please remember to be mindful of fellow trail users and follow these basic safety tips: Walkers/runners: Stay to the right Anticipate the actions of other users and know your limits Keep pets on a short leash Bikers (allowed on the Sandy… Read more »
With 160 acres of beautiful scenery and downtown skyline views, Buffalo Bayou Park offers several rental opportunities for park visitors looking for a unique event space. Reservations are required for the following at Buffalo Bayou Park: Exclusive use of the sand volleyball court at Eleanor Tinsley Park. Make a reservation. Exclusive use of a picnic pavilion. Make reservation for the Lost… Read more »
Get the download from Houston Public Media’s Ernie Manouse, Catherine Lu, and Tom Carter in Buffalo Bayou Revealed, a 12-part audio tour sharing facts about key destinations in the park, including The Water Works, Cistern, Johnny Steele Dog Park and more. Happy exploring!
Tune in this Saturday, October 24 at 7 p.m. for Buffalo Bayou Park: Where Houston Begins, a TV special produced by KHOU 11. Tag along with Chita Johnson, KHOU 11 Meteorologist, for a tour of the various park destinations and amenities, and learn why this park project is so significant to the city.
Need some ideas for this weekend? Join BBP, our neighbors and partners to soak in the great outdoors! Friday, August 28: Bats on the Bayou: Join Houston Parks Board for this FREE event at the Watonga Boulevard Bridge bat colony along White Oak Bayou Greenway to learn about bats from the experts, enjoy bat-themed activities and… Read more »
This upcoming fall, Houstonians will have the chance to attend a special course titled Buffalo Bayou: Houston’s Past, Present and Future, at Rice University’s Glasscock School of Continuing Studies! Learn about rich history associated with “the backbone of Houston” from BBP’s President Anne Olson, historian Louis Aulbach and Preservation Houston’s Director of Special Projects Jim Parsons. Register… Read more »