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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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4th of July Safety Tips for Hobby Area Residents

To avoid accidents around fireworks, grills and other outdoor activities, it’s crucial to take proper precautions during the 4th of July holiday. As part of our commitment to promoting safety and security for all who live and work in the Hobby Area, the District would like to offer the following tips for having a safe…


Grow a Delicious Summer Garden—Yes, Even in Houston!

We’re excited to welcome back Janice Brown, founder of Hobby-area business Girl on the Grow and local expert of all things gardening, as a community contributor. After many years as an educator, Janice shifted her focus to sharing the joy of gardening with children, adults and corporate companies. Learn more about Girl on the Grow…

Everything You Need to Know About the Bellfort Station Project

We sat down with the Hobby Area District’s Director of Economic & Community Development, Regina Lindsey, to learn the details about plans underway for Bellfort Station. Promising to bring improved mobility, a more defined retail corridor and more consumer through-traffic to the District, Bellfort Station is highly anticipated by community members and stakeholders.   What…


Hobby Area District to Provide CPTED Audits Free of Charge

As part of its community service plan, the Hobby Area District is providing free CPTED audits to local multi-family property owners to assist with pursuing Blue Star Certification—a safety designation for apartment complexes. CPTED stands for Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design and it discourages unlawful activity by simply making it less convenient for potential perpetrators…

Meet Local Houston Artists: Hobby-Area MiniMurals Series

The Hobby Area District is excited to welcome Mini Murals tours, a project that uses public traffic signal boxes as mural backdrops to showcase local Houston artists. Maps and information for self-guided tours are available online. Bus tours are coming very soon! We encourage residents and visitors to the Hobby area to check out the…

HobbyFest Scholarship Recipients

2019 Allen T. Johnson Memorial Scholarship Recipients

Giving back to our community is important to us, especially when it comes to our future leaders and innovators. We are delighted to announce the recipients of this year’s Allen T. Johnson Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship encourages local students’ interest in aviation, and even introduces the idea of pursuing it as a career. Two-thirds of…

Imaginations Soar at HobbyFest 2019: Event Recap

Around 5,000 attendees joined the Hobby Area District at private plane hangars at Hobby Airport for HobbyFest 2019, shattering past year’s attendance records by at least 1,000 people. Guests enjoyed access to 56 different vendors—another HobbyFest record—with plenty of food and fun. Mango Punch band provided live musical entertainment and got the crowd moving in…

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