Take a look at the video and pictures of the grand opening ceremony held on December 15, 2017 of the HPD Substation located at 13097 Nitida St. BOMD GRAND OPENING SW HPD SUBSTATION Dec-15-2017 from ev1pro.com on Vimeo.
Yesterday, the Brays Oaks Management District hosted a Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast in partnership with Southwest Houston 2000. Nearly 100 people came out to enjoy breakfast, and watch the presentation of colors by the Sharpstown High School ROTC and a musical performance by students of the Westbury Christian School Honor Choir. Attendees were also encouraged to [...]
Partners from the angler, environmental/ conservation, business, and governmental communities have come together to improve a long-standing issue that impacts the health and quality of ecosystems in Houston's bayou system. The result was the Inaugural Invasive Fish Round-Up & Carp-A-Thon Fishing Tournament that took place along the Brays Bayou watershed on Saturday, October 28th, 2017. [...]
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City of Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and City Councilman Larry V. Green, District K, recognized the Westbury Christian boys basketball team in front of City Council downtown on Tuesday, March 21, 2017, and proclaimed it “Westbury Christian School Boys Basketball Day” in honor of the team’s fifth consecutive TAPPS state title, and the 21st since [...]
On January 25th, the Southwest and International Management Districts organized a dinner in honor of Houston’s Chief of Police Art Acevedo held at Ocean Palace Restaurant located in the International Management District and title sponsored by East West Bank. The dinner brought together nearly 500 people representing the vibrant diversity within the professional Asian Pacific [...]
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 [...]