Hobby Livable Centers Study

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Broadway Beautification

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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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Broadway Underway

The Landscape Beautification for Broadway is well underway! The general contractor, Jerdon Enterprise, started the project in May of this year. If you drive the boulevard you will see tree protection fencing installed, concrete pads being built to hold the decorative paver bands along the curbs and conduit for new street lights is starting. Clark…

Hello Beautiful – Scenic Houston began its first capital project

With nearly $6 million, and counting, in contributions since March 2015, Scenic Houston began its first capital project on June 1st. Beginning with donations from every member of the Scenic Houston board of directors, additional funds and in-kind contributions have come from donors ranging from corporations to non-profit partners to philanthropic foundations to individuals. Scenic…

Got Graffiti?

One of the first programs initiated by the District designed to positively impact the quality of life in our community was the removal of unsightly graffiti from public and private property. At no additional cost, the District provides removal of graffiti from businesses, public property and other private property. This service is provided through a…

Making headway in public safety

The District contracts with S.E.A.L. Security Solutions to provide proactive law enforcement within the borders of the District. S.E.A.L. officers work in the commercial areas and major thoroughfares to supplement the existing services provided by the Houston Police Department and other law enforcement efforts in the area. Mobile security cameras (4) are rotated throughout the…

Leadership Changes in Hobby

Since our last newsletter the District has undergone a few changes in personnel. In April we said goodbye to Director of Services Eoles Whitaker who left to become the Director of Intergovernmental Relations for State Representative Garnet Coleman. Jerry Lowry was appointed as the new Executive Director having previously been the Deputy Executive Director. Prior…

Hobby Area District Newsletter, Fall 2016

Download and read our latest newsletter. Content Hobby Area District 2016 Projects on Track & Succeding! Historic Glenbrook Valley Refreshes Brand Mini-Murals Soothe and Smooth the Jagged Edges of Urban Sprawl Broadway Underway Hello Beautiful – Scenic Houston began its first capital project Public Safety – Making Headway Meetings & Events Leadership Changes in Hobby

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