Join The Brays Oaks Super Neighborhood Council #36

Tuesday, April 5, 2022
at 10611 Fondren Rd in Fellowship Hall

Keep Houston Beautiful, Saturday, April 2, 2022

Join up with your neighbors, friends, family, and co-workers to clean up and beautify your neighborhood or community. Register your community to receive tools & supplies. Let’s all do our part to keep our communities a beautiful place to call home.


As we prepare for the potential of severe weather beginning early this evening through tomorrow morning–including heavy winds, rainfall, and hail–please continue to remain weather aware and up-to-date with trusted sources of information 

Register for emergency alerts through email, text message, voice call, or mobile app push notification:  While wind will be one of the main things we’re watching, Be proactive to help minimize street flood risks by clearing storm drains and keeping garbage carts off the street this afternoon and evening. Best practices for removing litter and garbage from drains is available here.

While minor street flooding is expected, bayou levels are currently in a good position. Nevertheless, it’s always important to monitor levels closely and to check your commute route before traveling on roadways. 

Please report areas of high water, structural or street flooding, clogged storm drains, down trees, down power lines, and flashing lights to Houston 311 

by calling 713-837-0311.

If you notice power lines down, contact CenterPoint @713-207-2222 or

800-332-7143. More information and safety tips from CenterPoint available here


Introducing R2, Nuro’s Next Generation Self-Driving Vehicle

First Autonomous Vehicle to Receive USDOT Approved Exemption. The US Department of Transportation (DOT) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) approved a regulatory exemption for R2, Nuro’s second-generation vehicle. As the first company to be granted approval for a self-driving vehicle exemption, it’s an important moment for Nuro and a milestone for the industry. Under Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao’s leadership, DOT is advancing a future of improved safety, mobility, and commerce.

This decision provides regulatory certainty for Nuro to operate our second-generation self-driving vehicle, built to carry packages instead of people. We custom-designed R2 to enrich local commerce with last-mile delivery of consumer products, groceries, and hot food from local stores and restaurants. With its specially designed size, weight, pedestrian-protecting front end, operating speed, electric propulsion, and cautious driving habits, R2 is ready to begin service as a socially responsible neighborhood vehicle that you can trust. In the coming weeks, R2 will begin public road testing to prepare for its first deliveries to customers’ homes with our partners in Houston, Texas. With this vehicle, we can also bring our service to new cities, so more Americans can benefit from safe, efficient, convenient on-demand deliveries.

Nuro R2: a self-driving delivery vehicle, shown here in Houston, Texas

Mark Your Calendars for Music Fest 2022

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Brays Oaks Town Hall

HCC Brays Oaks Campus

Thursday, March 24th, 2022

from 5:30pm to 7pm

On-line registration: 

Questions can be directed to

or call 713-718-8647

Brays Oaks HCC Campus

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Importance of Gun Safety

Hire Houston Youth Application Period Extended

It’s time to plan for summer employment now! Mayor Sylvester Turner joined City officials and business owners to announce the Hire Houston Youth program. This program provides paid summer jobs and internships to Houston area youth of

ages 16 – 24.

The deadline for employers to sign up and for youth to apply is April 8, 2022

Make sure all the young people you know are aware of this dynamic opportunity in our city.


for more information.

View the press release:

Hire Houston Youth Press Release


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Social Motion Provides Autism Classes

Families with children an the autism spectrum sometimes need a little extra support. Social Motion is offering classes to help children build social skills in some key areas including communication, perspective, self-awareness, self- advocacy and personal responsibility.

  • Topics include:
  • How to join/leave conversations
  • Using social filters
  • Using social media appropriately
  • How to ask for help 
  • Accepting constructive criticism
  • Handling big emotions
  • Identifying what a good friend look like

All classes are free depending on income eligibility and will be held at;

Gethsemane Church

6856 Bellaire Blvd.

Houston, TX 77074

For more information visit