These recent rainy days are a reminder of the importance of Hurricane Preparedness. June 1st is the start of Hurricane Season and it’s important to have a safety plan for you and your family. Have you stocked up on water and emergency supplies yet?
As we experience more rainy days, residents may also experience street flooding caused by blocked or clogged drains. Please call these situations in to 311 and get an SR# for future reference. Once you have the SR#, email our office (Perdita.Chavis@HoustonTX.gov) so we can keep a running list of areas experiencing major street flooding in the district. We want to address these concerns as soon as we possibly can. Your email should contain the address where flooding is happening, SR#, contact information and a picture if possible.
I will continue to advocate for more investment in our infrastructure around the district. It is also important for all of us to do our part in our neighborhoods. Before a rain event, there are steps you and your neighbors can take to help. Clear drains before storms and call 311 or our office if you see debris blocking ditches or roadways.
Let’s work together to make our community better and remain safe throughout the hurricane season.
Pet Food Distribution in District K Today!
The Houston Humane Society Pet Pantry supports Houston residents in caring for their pets by providing free pet food and supplies to pet owners needing assistance. The Pet Pantry programs include offsite community events where you can drive up and get free dog and cat food, and a monthly assistance pet food program. For more information go to:
Do you know anyone looking for employment? Metro is looking to hire over 100 ParaTransit Drivers. Contact Lane Staffing today and you could be working next week. Please share this opportunity with anyone you know who may benefit from this part-time or full-time position with benefits.