Tropical Storm Nicolas Update District K Residents, I have been in conference with The City of Houston’s emergency response team, and we are activated for Tropical Storm Nicholas. Per the Office of Emergency Management, this is expected to primarily be a rain event with the potential for severe flooding on our roadways. Please plan to be off the roads this evening by 6:00 [...]
Dear Friends, Our city is on high alert as we prepare for heavy rain and possible flooding as a result of Tropical Storm Nicholas. As Houstonians, we have been here before, and we know what to do, but I ask that you keep an eye out for your neighbors as we ride [...]
The Morris Frank Express Library at 10103 Fondren Road, Houston, TX 77096, has expanded its hours. The library will be open: Monday: 10 AM-6 PM Tuesday: 10 AM-6 PM Wednesday: 12 PM-8 PM Thursday: 10 AM-6 PM Friday: 1 PM-5 PM Saturday: 10 AM-5 PM Sunday: CLOSED Call the branch at 832-393-2410 or go online [...]
Come to Our Fall Food Truck Fiesta! Happy Hour, Live Music, Silent Auction & Food Trucks Luchi & Joey's Southern Slider Co. Mario's Corn Roasters Frosted Betty To reserve your spot or bid on our auction items, click here. Questions? Contact Jennifer 713-270-0369 ext. 105 RESERVE YOUR SPOT Also Coming up this Fall at [...]
The County Connection Lina Hidalgo | Harris County Judge September 2021 We are seeing some signs that we may be reaching a peak to this latest COVID-19 spike, but the raw number of cases and hospitalizations here in Harris County are still catastrophically high. And although our medical professionals are working nonstop to bring those numbers [...]
Sprawled across seven acres in southwest Houston, the Westbury Community Garden—one of the city’s largest community gardens— continues to offer new programming and features to help cultivate a love of nature and gardening in Houstonians. Most recently, the garden received a grant to plant a Magical Sunflower Maze on site. Children and adults wove their way [...]
VIDEO: Fighting Prostitution in District J Council Member Edward Pollard has teamed up with Precinct 3 Commissioner Tom Ramsey to spearhead a multi-agency initiative to curb the solicitation of prostitution in Houston, and specifically along the Bissonnet track in District J. As of September 1, the solicitation of prostitution is a felony crime [...]
For more info and updates visit WillowWaterhole.org/MusicFEST To enter the Art Contest register here.
Virtual Community Engagement Meeting for the Keegans Bayou Feasibility Study HCFCD Unit D118-00-00-P001 – Bond Project F-07 The Harris County Flood Control District will hold a Community Engagement Meeting for the Keegans Bayou Feasibility Study. The purpose of this meeting is to inform residents about the status of the Keegans Bayou Feasibility Study and share [...]
Mayor Sylvester Turner invites students and families to get vaccinated for COVID-19 to save lives and overcome the pandemic.