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Hobby Livable Centers Study

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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…

Toby Stephens joins district as Director of Economic Development and Constituent Services

Toby Stephens is a community and economic development professional that has worked with several organizations and communities across the southern United States since 2000. He earned both his Master of Public Administration and his Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Southern Arkansas University, and is recognized as a certified economic developer (CEcD) from the…

A message from Council Member Robert Gallegos

Council recently confirmed Police Chief Art Acevedo and Fire Chief Sam Peña. This is the first time in the Houston’s history that both public safety chiefs are Hispanic. Both are extremely experienced and I’m confident both will serve our city very well. Chief Peña comes to Houston from El Paso, where he joined the Fire…

Emancipet Has A New Permanent Home!

Emancipet, Houston’s nonprofit low-cost veterinary clinic, opens its new brick and mortar site in the East End this Saturday, December 3. The much-anticipated new clinic at 910 South Wayside Drive has greater capacity to serve pets and people than the clinic’s former home, a 48-foot customized trailer at Neighborhood Centers-Ripley House. On Monday, Dec. 5,…

San Antonio Trip Focused on Best Practices in Addressing Homelessness

I recently spent a day with colleagues in San Antonio meeting with Mayor Ivy Taylor, city officials and staff with Haven for Hope, a transformational campus providing housing, social services and programming to over 900 homeless men, women and children. The 22-acre, 17-building campus includes office and meeting spaces for wrap-around services, such as health…



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