HCFCD Bond Meeting – Brays Bayou Watershed, July 9

Dear Resident of Brays Bayou Watershed, The Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) will be hosting an open house meeting in your area on Monday, July 9th, to discuss the upcoming HCFCD bond election. You will be able to review and discuss the proposed projects with HCFCD staff, submit feedback or make suggestions that could [...]

2018-06-29T19:32:12-05:00June 29th, 2018|Articles, Environmental & Urban Design, Public Safety|

We want to hear your ideas for improving local parks and trails!

Commissioner Rodney Ellis invites you to participate in our upcoming Community Workshops for Park-Smart Precinct One. We will be reporting back on some of our key findings to date and providing engaging, interactive opportunities for residents to help us identify the best ways to increase access to parks and trails for all. Commissioner Ellis and [...]

2018-04-25T13:42:32-05:00April 25th, 2018|Articles, Environmental & Urban Design|

Draft Ordinance for Chapter 19

The Administration expects to place this item on council agenda at the Feb. 28 Council Session. By directive of CM Green, here is a link to revisions of Ch. 19 regarding the City’s proposed ordinance to building codes related to flooding: HoustonRecovers.org/houston19. Also, attached is the DRAFT redlined version of the proposed revisions. Download Draft [...]

2018-02-14T08:07:56-06:00February 14th, 2018|Articles, Environmental & Urban Design|

Brays Oaks Landscaping Maintenance Contract up for Bid

The Brays Oaks Management District invites your firm to submit a proposal in accordance with this Request for Proposal (RFP). Your response to this request will be evaluated to determine the qualifications of your firm. Proposals must adhere to the format and content of this RFP. Proposals will not be evaluated unless all parts requested [...]

2017-09-25T13:46:47-05:00September 25th, 2017|Articles, Environmental & Urban Design|

My Brays Oaks: Plant it Forward Farms

Brays Oaks District is more than just streets, buildings, and businesses; individuals working together to build community is what makes it a great place to live. In our My Brays Oaks series, we highlight the people and organizations making a difference in the community, a place we’re proud to call home. Today we feature Daniella [...]

2017-08-08T11:33:04-05:00August 8th, 2017|Environmental & Urban Design|

Mayor Turner to Announce Complete Communities Initiative

Mayor Turner Kicks off Complete Communities Initiative City/Private Partnerships aim to Transform Forgotten Neighborhoods WHAT: Mayor Sylvester Turner will announce the first round of neighborhoods selected for his Complete Communities Initiative. Complete Communities aims to transform neighborhoods that have been overlooked for the amenities enjoyed by other Houston neighborhoods. The city will work with stakeholders [...]

2017-04-17T07:54:13-05:00April 17th, 2017|Articles, Environmental & Urban Design|

Houston mayor addresses issues at BOMD/SWH2000 breakfast meeting

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner fought rush hour traffic to address a joint breakfast meeting of the Brays Oaks Management District and Southwest Houston 2000 Tuesday, Jan. 10 at Houston Baptist University. The mayor spoke about the city's growth and diversity and talked about issues that concern all Houstonians––not just those affecting residents in the southwest [...]

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