This Project was initiated by Councilman Ken Griffith of District 3 to help beautify the Bayway Corridor.
What: This project will involve the removal of dead vegetation from around the Baytown Nature Center’s Entrance to be replaced with new plant life, landscaping, and the installation of a small path connection to the Clyde and Dottie Floyd Waterfall.
Why: After a season of harsh drought, these renovations will bring new life to the Nature Center entrance at 6213 Bayway Drive.
When: Late September - Early October 2023
Nature Center Entrance Landscaping Updates
October 9, 2023 update
Landscaping behind the waterfall is now complete.
September 30, 2023 update
Updated landscaping in front of the waterfall is complete.
September 28, 2023 update
Landscapers have started the work of planting new trees, bushes, and grasses.
September 26, 2023 update
New mulch and rocks have been laid in front of the Clyde and Dottie Floyd Waterfall.
September 13, 2023 update
Preparations for new plans and landscaping at the Nature Center entrance have begun.