Brays Oaks Super Neighborhood Council #36 meets Tuesday, April 5, 2022

10611 Fondren Rd @6:30p


Our Guest: At Large 4, Council Member Letitia Plummer

Special Presentation: Nuro’s autonomous R2 vehicle

Meeting Minutes February 1, 2022
April 5, 2022 Meeting Agenda

Keep Houston Beautiful Saturday, April 2, 2022

Neighborhood to Trails Southwest and Friends of Keegan Bayou Trail and Park have partnered to clean 2 locations on the Keegans Bayou trail.

Volunteer to help clean community hiking & biking trails

1st Location: Highway 59 Underpass on the Trail.

Clean Up: We will SHOVEL MUD/dirt from flooding on a small portion of the Trail and pick up litter on the Trail between Wilcrest and Beltway 8.

RSVP: Dan Nagel  or text 281-799-2673

2nd Location: Behind Fiesta at the Braesner Village Mall, 8602 South Braeswood at South Gessner

Clean Up: Light clean-up of miscellaneous litter

Bring water, gloves, a grabber (if you have one), and a wagon would be helpful.

RSVP: Mike Bercu  or

text 713-906-7507

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Building Food Security: 101
Community Meeting on March 29 at 6 p.m.

Join us to learn ways to help resolve the challenges of food insecurities and increase access to healthy food for local families. We will provide tools and resources needed to help combat food insecurities and achieve food security while improving nutrition and promoting sustainable agriculture. Hear how local Complete Communities residents were able to advocate for fresh foods at their local grocery stores, create farmers’ markets, and connect with partners to achieve food security. 

·     Tuesday, March 29 at 6 p.m. 

·     Join Us on Microsoft Teams:

·     Or call in (audio only) +1 936-755-1521, ID: 329 474 875#


Free Heavy Trash Pick Up
On behalf of Council Member Edward Pollard

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This is a reminder to register for the second installment of District J Private Trash Day, which will take place Saturday, April 30, 2022. This door-to-door concierge service is being provided to District J in response to residents who are in need of heavy trash and tree waste removal. Private Trash Day is a supplement to the work done by the city’s Solid Waste Department and does not replace your regular city schedule. We understand on-time pick up has been a challenge for the city, so this is our office’s way of ensuring you will receive reliable heavy trash service. We are the only area of the city doing this initiative, and it is only for District J residents.

To participate in the program, registration is required. If you do not register your home for heavy trash pick up, your waste will not be discarded, and you will be responsible for removing those items from the curb.

Waste removal workers will collect up to 8 cubic yards of waste for each registered home (about the size of two pickup truck beds or a 5-passenger mini-van).

All tree shrubs must be bundled or bagged in order to be collected, and waste must be put out on the curb by 7:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 30th.

This private curb-side service is limited to 1,500 residents and will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

To register for heavy trash/tree waste collection at your home, 

click here 

to complete the request form. If you do not have access to the internet, please register by calling 832-427-9235.

The deadline to register for pickup is April 22, 2022. 

We encourage you to please share this information with all your neighbors to enhance awareness. 

Please note, below is a list of unacceptable items to discard. Any items on this list will not be picked up:

  • Whole Tires
  • Household Garbage (food, drinks, liquids/chemicals)
  • Hazardous Waste
  • Drums/Barrels
  • Batteries
  • Chemicals
  • Oils/Gasoline
  • Paint Cans with Liquid and/or lids attached
  • Refrigerators with Freon
  • A/C Unites with Freon
  • Mattresses