Vol. 2, Issue 32 - 09.24.21 FROM THE DESK OF COUNCIL MEMBER TIFFANY D. THOMAS Dear Friends: Autumn is here, and I hope you enjoy the beautiful weather this weekend. I want to underscore several local and statewide opportunities that impact our quality of life and call for action. As you know, the Texas General Land [...]
Quynh Vora Quynh Vora, an interior decorator and real estate investor, was 8 when she and her family of refugees from Vietnam arrived in Houston: “It was hot and humid and reminded us of life in Vietnam. As a little girl, I remembered taking the Metro bus with my mom to all [...]
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As part of its mission, the Alief Super Neighborhood Council is supporting The Empty Shelter Project. The Empty Shelter Project was created to serve underserved areas, such as Alief, by offering free spay and neuter clinics. It’s no secret that Houston is home to one of our country’s largest animal overpopulation problems. What’s worse, it [...]
Work has begun on changes to signage at major intersections in the International Management District to improve traffic safety and continue to honor the memory of nine generals who led South Vietnamese troops in cooperation with the U.S. military during the Vietnam War. — A company chosen by the District is decluttering overhead signs along [...]
Featuring: The Croods - A New Age | Food truck on site.
To offer relief during the pandemic, we are providing free groceries to those in need in our in community.
Hello neighbors, as much as we all hoped our PIP meetings would return to the Westside station, unfortunately that is not the case. Our next Westside Divisional PIP Meeting will be Thursday evening (Sept 16) at 6:30PM. Please tell your friends and neighbors about the meeting and join me and the new Westside Commander R [...]
Vol. 2, Issue 32 - 09.13.21 Tropical Storm Nicholas Safety and Preparation Reminders The City of Houston is continuing to prepare for the overnight arrival of Tropical Storm Nicholas. This is expected to be primarily a rain event, with the potential for severe flooding on our roadways. With the worst of the weather moving in overnight, motorists are [...]
The Chief’s Citywide PIP meeting for Tuesday, September 14, 2021 will be CANCELED due to approaching Tropical Storm Nicholas and the possibility of heavy rains and or flooding in our area. The meeting will be also be streamed live with sign language interpretation on HPD’s YouTube channel: youtube.com/houstonpolice Closed captioning can be enabled on the YouTube video, [...]