Willow Waterhole Greenway protects and makes plans for rare prairie plant

The floodwater detention basin and recreational complex at the Willow Waterhole Greenway in the Brays Oaks Management District covers 291 acres divided into six “compartments.” But compartment #3, called the Prairie Management Area, is exciting for the protection of a flower along with protection from flooding. It’s where an endangered plant species, with the technical [...]

2021-09-29T11:39:44-05:00September 29th, 2021|Community News, My Brays Oaks|

Houston Health Department urges people to get flu shot now

Flu Shots The Houston Health Department encourages everyone ages six months and older to protect themselves, their family and community by getting a flu shot now. Flu outbreaks can occur as early as October and last as late as May. “The protection offered by flu shots is more important than ever, not just for Houstonians [...]

2021-09-28T08:55:37-05:00September 28th, 2021|Community News|

Second public workshop on Brays Oaks Livable Centers will take place online 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021

The Brays Oaks Livable Centers Study is holding its second public workshop “virtually” on Thursday, Sept. 23, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. The link to access the meeting through the Microsoft Teams platform is listed. Also, informational boards and written copies of a survey will be posted for review and comments Sept. 27­ – Oct. [...]

2021-09-21T12:06:47-05:00September 21st, 2021|Community News|

District K Newsletter – September 2021

  Happy SPARK Park Dedication Montgomery Elementary   Although the rain brought our celebration indoors our enthusiasm for the improvements in the Spark Park at Montgomery Elementary was shining through and through. We loved seeing the smiles on the student's faces as they talked about their school and new safe place to play and make [...]

2021-09-20T08:59:02-05:00September 20th, 2021|Community News|

District K: Tropical Storm Nicholas Update

  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 [...]

2021-09-13T17:46:17-05:00September 13th, 2021|Community News|

Houston Public Library announces extended hours for Morris Frank Express Library

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 [...]

2021-09-10T18:51:53-05:00September 10th, 2021|Community News|

ECHOS Fall Food Truck Fiesta, Food Pantry and More

  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 [...]

2021-09-10T09:49:11-05:00September 10th, 2021|Community News|

The County Connection: Our Nurses Need Your Help

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 [...]

2021-09-08T11:07:27-05:00September 8th, 2021|Community News|
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