Hobby Livable Centers Study

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Broadway Beautification

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Inside District I Newsletter

As we begin the new year, I want to take a moment to express how honored I am to continue serving the community where I was born and raised. We have many things to look forward to this year: the completion of the Metro Harrisburg overpass and opening of the entire span of the East…

A Letter from Hobby Area Management District Executive Director, Jerry Lowry

Happy New Year and welcome to Hobby 2017! The Hobby Area Management District board’s 2016 improvements included making the community more attractive, safer and easier to navigate. The ultimate goal is and always will be improving economic development and quality of life for residents as well as business and property owners. I was lucky to…

Meet our new director of communications, public affairs and support services

The Hobby Area Management District is pleased to announce its newest staff member, Gabby Dirden. She will join us next month as the director of communications, public affairs and support services. Gabrielle “Gabby” Dirden, comes to the Hobby Area Management District from the Houston Airport System, where she served as the Passenger Experience Manager for…

Arbor Day, January 21

Mayor Sylvester Turner, the Houston Parks and Recreation Department and hundreds of volunteers will celebrate the City of Houston’s 31st Annual Arbor Day on Saturday, January 21, 2017, at Herman Brown Park. The day commemorates the City’s designation as a Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation. The Tree City USA designation is…

Flooding and Storm Surge Symposium, Jan. 18

Houston is no stranger to the human and economic costs of severe weather. Recent floods in 2015 and 2016 caused 16 deaths and over $1 billion in damage. Additionally, the entire coastal region is particularly vulnerable to the threat of storm surge from a powerful hurricane. In order to address these issues, Houston City Council…

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