National Night Out in District K
Get to know your neighbors and community leaders at the annual National Night Out.
Whether you’re having a block party, , cook-out or neighborhood watch, we want to know about it. Register your neighborhood event with the National Association of Town Watch at www.natw.org, and email Joe Gatson in our office at Joe.Gaston@houstontv.gov. with your neighborhood name, contact person, location and time of your event. We look forward to seeing you on October 2, 2018 as we partner with law enforcement to make our communities safer.
Share Your Ideas for District K Through the Neighborhood Matching Grant Program
Deadline: November 2, 2018
Making sure District K is as great as it can be is a team effort. We rely on your ideas and feedback to keep the district moving in the right direction. The city of Houston’s Department of Neighborhoods (DON) is spearheading a matching grant program that will help bring your amazing ideas to life. Be sure to follow the steps below to get your project in by the November 2nd deadline. We can’t wait hear about the creative initiatives from our District K residents!
What’s on the Agenda?
Have you ever wondered what topics are covered in weekly City Council meetings? You can see what’s on the agenda for the various committee meetings as well as the City Council meeting each week by accessing this link. Be sure to tune in to HTV on Tuesdays at 2:00 p.m. for public session, and Wednesdays at 9:00 a.m. for the weekly city council meetings.
Council Member in the Community
One year ago, Hurricane Harvey dropped an unprecedented amount of rain on our city. It was a joy to fellowship with residents from one of the hardest hit neighborhoods in the district. We will continue working to manage flooding in our city.
Congratulations Principal Bailey and the entire Lawson Middle School faculty, staff, students and parents on the ribbon cutting of your new state-of-the-art campus. We wish you all a wonderful school year in your new space.
Did you know 120 vehicles a day and over 800,000 cars a year are vandalized? To lessen your chances of becoming a victim, don’t give criminals an opportunity to steal.
The District K office and Brays Oaks Management District have introduced our Theft Reduction Report Cards to remind residents not to leave items visible in their vehicles. At a recent PIP meeting, Sgt. Hicks talked about auto theft prevention and how to make your vehicle a less desirable target. Let’s stop giving criminals opportunities. Will you receive a passing grade?