Palm Street Abandonment Declined by City of Houston

As a public service announcement, the Museum Park Neighborhood Association (MPNA) opposed the abandonment of the 1100 block of Palm between Main and Fannin. Museum Park Super Neighborhood hosted a joint meeting between the Museum Park Super Neighborhood Council, the MPNA Board, and the developers to better understand the project needs and to discuss alternatives to abandoning this important east-west public right of way.

Through Livable Center Study efforts, it was determined that approximately 60% of east-west right-of-way in Museum Park has been lost to METRO light rail and other vehicular accommodations. MPNA subsequently hosted a meeting for their general membership to view a presentation by the developers on their proposed project.

At this time, the abandonment has been declined per the attached letter from City of Houston Public Works.

Please see below additional documents for your reference:


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