West Lane Place Civic Association
Preserving and Improving the Residential Character and Integrity of the Community.
about the association
The West Lane Place Civic Association (WLPCA) includes the Subdivisions of West Lane Place, West Lane Annex, West Lane III, Mid Lane Square Townhomes, and Afton Oaks Townhouse Condominiums and is bounded on the north by Westheimer Road, on the east by the Houston Lighting and Power Company right-of-way, on the south by Richmond Road, and on the west by Afton Oaks Subdivision. The subdivisions under the umbrella of West Lane Place Civic Association have their own deed restrictions and architectural enforcement committees. What we have in common is a shared commitment to maintaining the beauty and integrity of our neighborhood.
The association hosts an Annual Meeting in May and all members are encouraged to attend. In this meeting, we discuss WLPCA business, elect the incoming board, and often have guest speakers from the City of Houston or the Houston Police Department. In October, we host National Night Out. This event is an opportunity for neighbors to meet each other along with representatives of HPD, HFD, and the Harris County Sherriff’s Department. Use the EMAIL SIGN-UP section at the bottom of this page to receive updates on upcoming events.
West Lane Place
West Lane Place is a small neighborhood of about 400 homes between the Galleria and Highland Village within walking distance of restaurants, the Looscan Library, several banks, and Central Market. Although we are an urban community, we take pride in our tree-lined streets and lush landscaping. Residents of our diverse neighborhood range from young families to empty nesters who love the welcoming community found here. Numerous bird species and many four-legged creatures, including dogs, cats, raccoons and opossums also find a home here.
BECOME A MEMBER
WLPCA is an all-volunteer, member-funded civic association. Member support allows us to provide important and timely communication to West Lane Place residents and to act on behalf of our community when dealing with city ordinance, maintenance and other issues.
Please help us to continue these efforts by becoming a member or renewing your current membership. Annual membership dues are just $25 or $15 for members 65 or older, payable in January.