Council Member Castex-Tatum Appointed Vice Mayor Pro-TemInauguration day was exciting! Thank you to everyone that attended the ceremony and watched online. I am proud to represent you as the District Council Member. You also have five At-Large Council Members that represent the entire City of Houston. I have included the contact info of the two [...]
Monday January 20th, 7:30pm 4300 West Bellfort 77025 Willow Meadows Baptist - FELLOWSHIP HALL BRIDGES! BRIDGES! BRIDGES! That's about all HCFCD has left to complete the $460 milliom Project Brays... BUT, the flood risk reduction work within the Brays Bayou Watershed is and will continue outside the scope of PB... great news! GARY ZIKA, Harris [...]
The Transportation, Technology, and Infrastructure Committee (TTI) will consider issues related to: the Houston Information Technology Systems Department, the General Services Department, some issues relating to the Administration and Regulatory Affairs Department, and the Houston Public Works Department, including the Build Houston Forward Program, Water Resources and Conservation, Water & Sewer Systems, Streets & Drainage, [...]
By J.D. Herman One of the best Tex-Mex restaurants in the Brays Oaks Management District is Teotihuacan Mexican Cafe on West Bellfort. A family affair, with the original Teotihuacan (or “Teo”) location in Lindale Park, they have been making fresh Mexican food for years. I walked in on a busy lunch shift and was greeted [...]
Greetings District K Neighbors, I hope 2020 is off to a great start for you, your family and friends. As I move into my first full four year term, look for some exciting new programs and activities throughout our district. After reviewing our meeting activity over the last 20 months and listening to your feedback, [...]
This Pavilion is named in honor of Dabney Kennedy and recognizes scouts who have completed their Eagle and Gold Award projects at the Willow Waterhole Greenway.
Ben Brewer Executive Director, Brays Oaks Management District The Brays Oaks Management District (BOMD), sometimes called an Improvement District, finances projects related to public transportation & mobility, community safety, beautification, parks and green space land management, economic development and related issues. The District provides a means by which the community can leverage local resources, public [...]
South Texans know when the weather finally cools and sweaters come out of the closet that keeping cozy and comfortable will mean tamales. Truly one of the best comfort foods for our winter months, unwrapping a hot tamale is like pulling a fresh-from-the-dryer comforter over you as you settle in for movie night. Tejano Salsa [...]