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Hobby Livable Centers Study

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HobbyFest 2017

We celebrated the 2017 HobbyFest on April 15.
Take a look at our video of the event.


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Broadway Beautification

Short video of the stakeholder meeting on September 9, 2014.


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2017 State of the District

Supplement Existing Public Services

The District was created to enhance the physical, social, and economic well-being of the community. Our service plan includes improvements for public safety, business development, transportation planning and visual improvement initiatives.

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Latest News

What’s Next for METRO… It’s Up to You!

METRO is embarking upon the development of a new regional transit plan – METRONext – and they need you to be a part of it! Their transit system must help people get to where they need to go today, as well as in the future. They welcome your ideas on how to better serve the…

Review Latest Hurricane Preparedness and Safety Resources

With hurricane season underway, we encourage you to review the 2017 Hurricane Preparedness and Safety page. Flood Safety Checklist Hurricane Safety Checklist Returning Home After a Hurricane or Flood If you have any questions and concerns please contact Mark Baker, Senior Corporate Major Gifts Officer, American Red Cross at Mark.Baker@redcross.org.

Dump the Pump – Thursday, June 15th – FREE Rides on METRO

On Thursday, June 15th, “Dump the Pump” Day will be held. This annual national initiative raises awareness about the benefits of using transit and encourages people to ride transit instead of driving and save money. METRO will provide FREE rides on local, park and ride and light rail service all day. Take a look at…

Inside District I Newsletter

Last month I joined council members, county commissioners, state legislators, and grassroots organizations from across Texas at a press conference on the steps of the Texas Capitol to denounce Senate Bill 4 (SB4), which the governor signed into law on May 7. Every major city in Texas, including San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, and El Paso…

Reporting Suspicious Activity Helps Keep Houston Safe

While there are no specific or credible threats to the Houston area, the Mayor’s Office of Public Safety & Homeland Security wants to remind residents of their role in preventing terrorism. Preventing Terrorism The best way Houston area residents can help prevent terrorist attacks from happening is to be vigilant of their surroundings and report…

Mayor Turner Announces Meaningful Change for Veterans

HOUSTON – Mayor Sylvester Turner announces a $2.3 million mental health grant for local veterans has been secured by the Mayor’s Office of Veterans Affairs. The Texas Veterans + Family Alliance Grant was awarded by the State of Texas Health and Human Services Commission and will fund valuable new programs and services for a community…



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