Yes, our Greenbelts are 75+ miles of protected forests (mostly) with paved tails running through the middle that give safe access to schools and some shopping without having to walk major streets. We also have no sidewalks. We are lucky to live in front of a Greenbelt, hence it's "My Forest" as you might hear me talk about from time to time. Nothing will ever be built behind us.
But we do have many landscaped street medians and cul de sac Islands that the City of Houston cares for. The Greenbelt entrances are maintained by our Homeowners / Trails Association through our due$. The ones by the park are maintained by the City Parks Dept. Ours by our house has just has been overlooked for too long. I think we will report it. We all pay Association Fees. There is no reason for them to ignore it. Pics to follow.
Greenbelt Trail behind our house
A pretty typical Greenbelt Entrance
Park Greenbelt Entrance
Ignored Greenbelt Entrance by our house
On the Greenbelt, behind our house, looking at our house. Where the Poison Ivy lives!!