Willow Fork Drainage District (WFDD) is approximately 5,700 acres with miles of drainage channels and drainage easements. The parks master plan for WFDD takes advantage of the linear drainage channels and easements to incorporate approximately 30 miles of trails connecting the existing neighborhoods to local neighborhood schools as well as to regional destinations such as George Bush Park and Terry Hershey Park. Beyond the off-street trails, the master plan addresses the need for a regional community park with Willow Fork Park, a 32-acre tract west of Grand Parkway and north of Cinco Ranch High School, that opened November 2016. The master plan also provided a community gathering area for events such as holidays and neighborhood concerts with the opening of Central Green in La Centerra in June 2013, and used District-owned land for Exploration Park, an educational linear park along the District's diversion channel that opened June 2015. Additionally, WFDD contributed to improvements at Freedom Park (operated by Fort Bend County) to make available baseball fields and associated amenities that are closer for the residents of the District than other complexes in the area.
Place contact Champions Hydrolawn at 713-909-2301 for maintenance inquiries regarding parks and trails.
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