Public Input Meeting
Houston Police Department
Positive Interaction Program Meeting
Fort Bend Houston
Complete Count Committee
Early Voting Is Almost Here
Early voting for the March 3rd primary begins
Tuesday, February 18, 2020 and runs through Friday, February 28th.
Voters in the primaries choose who will run for office in the November 2020 General Election. In Texas, you may either vote in the Republican Primary Election or Democratic Primary Election but not both during the same voting year.
Fort Bend County Residents
According to the Fort Bend Elections Office, voters may cast their ballot at any vote center location. You must show proper identification. View the full early voting schedule with locations and times at the below link.
You may search your voting precinct and locate the primary election ballot specific to your precinct at the below link.You can bring your marked sample ballot with you to the polls, or any printed voters guides or notes.
Use the below link to view the full list of the 2020 Primary early voting centers.
Harris County Residents
Early Voting for the March 3, 2020 Primary Elections runs from
February 18 through February 28, and polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., except Sunday, February 23, when they will open from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Download an Election Fact Sheet using the below link for more information.
Remember, you can vote at any location during Early Voting and on Election Day. To find a location near you visit https://www.harrisvotes.com/.
The deadline for the Harris County Clerk’s office to receive a Ballot By Mail application, which can be obtained using the below link, is February 21.
For more information on mail ballots call us at (713) 755-6965.
Voters in the primaries choose who will run for office in the November General Election. In Texas, you may either vote in the Republican Primary Election or Democratic Primary Election but not both during the same voting year.
You can bring your marked sample ballot with you to the polls, or any printed voters guides or notes.
Houston’s Flagship Park
Take the Memorial Park Survey
Visited annually by 4 million Houstonians from 170 zip codes across the greater Houston region, Memorial Park is YOUR Park. Your participation provides the Conservancy, which operates and maintains most of the Park, critical feedback and helps guide Park offerings and programming. Let your voice be heard and take the survey by Saturday, February 29. It can be found at the below survey link or on the Conservancy’s Facebook page (Memorial Park Conservancy).
Write a Love Note to Memorial Park
Show your love for Memorial Park this Valentine’s Day. Memorial Park Conservancy is inviting Houstonians to share what they love most about Memorial Park in the form of a post card. Selected quotes will be featured in the Park’s new Eastern Glades, the 100-acre project opening this Summer. The quotes will be featured around the Central Lawn of the Eastern Glades and will be a lasting symbol for the Park’s own voice which echoes in every past, present, and future Park user. Please use the below link to submit your quotes or go to the Conservancy’s Facebook page (Memorial Park Conservancy).
Thank you for your help with shaping Memorial Park’s future!
Keep District K Beautiful Day
Catch the #CleanStateOfMind wave and begin planning your neighborhood clean-up today!
Keep Houston and District K Beautiful Day is Saturday, April 25th. This is a one-day community wide clean-up.
Register your event with the District K office via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting Joe Gatson at 832.393.3016 so that your event is recognized by Vice Mayor Pro Tem Castex-Tatum.
KHB, in partnership with the Houston Community ToolBank, will provide tools and supplies on a first requested basis as available. For more information, please email email@example.com.
2020 Willow Waterhole MusicFest
Concerned Citizens Banquet
On January 27th we celebrated the South Houston Concerned Citizens’ annual “Community of One” event. Congratulations to President Mya Carroll and the entire banquet committee of the South Houston Concerned Citizens Coalition for a phenomenal occasion. I was honored to be named the “Community Hero” and I have placed the award in a prominent location in my office as a reminder to the entire staff of our commitment to improving the quality of life for the residents in District K. Thank you for the tremendous honor! I look forward to continuing to lead and inspiring others to lead as we build a community we can all be proud of.
Keeping Our Trails Safe
District K adds ATV to HPD Fleet
It was standing room only at the January 28th HPD PIP meeting as I made our big announcement. It’s a new year and I enjoyed reviewing our 2019 successes and setting our safety goals for 2020. District K remains the 3rd safest district in the City of Houston, but of course we are striving to be number 1. Check out the newest addition to the HPD fleet. The District K office purchased an ATV for the officers to patrol our new trails throughout the district. We want to ensure our residents are safe on our streets as well as on our trails. Grab your walking shoes and a friend and we’ll see you out there. The next next PIP meeting in Feb 25th. Hope to see you there.
Houston Forward Times 60th Anniversary
February is Black History month and I am proud to have Black History right in District K. On January 28th I presented a proclamation to District K resident and Forward Times CEO, Karen Carter Richards. 2020 marks 60 years of operations for the Houston Forward Times. The legacy of this publication is stellar, and we look forward to celebrating the newspaper’s success throughout the year. The Houston Forward Times is a treasure in our community.
On January 31st I celebrated with residents of Chasewood at their Volunteer Recognition Awards Program. Congratulations to all the dedicated volunteers that work so hard to keep Chasewood a top neighborhood in District K and Houston. I enjoyed talking about the importance of engagement and working alongside the council office to keep our community thriving. Let’s continue to celebrate what we want to see more of!
Dabney Kennedy Pavilion
Dedicated at Willow Waterhole
Congratulations Dabney Kennedy! The Scout Pavilion is a perfect tribute to recognize your service to our community. Dabney is a longtime community and scouting leader. Plaques on the columns recognize the 54 Eagle Scout projects already completed in the past ten years at the Willow Waterhole green-space. We enjoyed celebrating with you and look forward to many memories under the pavilion.
Holiday Lights Recycling With
South Post Oak Recycling
Thanks everyone for participating in the Holiday Lights Recycling partnership with South Post Oak Recycling. Recycling is one of the most impactful ways we aid the environment. Sending less trash to the landfills, we reduce air and water pollution.
For more information about
South Post Oak Recycling visit the company’s website www.southpostoakrecycling.com/.
2020 Neighborhood 101 Series
City of Houston Homelessness Update
Saturday, March 21, 2020
Southwest Police Station
13097 Nitida, Houston (77045)
We will hear from representatives with the Mayor’s Office for Homeless Initiatives, HPD DRT and Mental Health, and The Coalition for the Homeless.
Tentative 2020 Schedule
Saturday, June 6, 2020
Saturday, September 12, 2020