Hobby Livable Centers Study

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Reel Abilities Houston Film Festival

ReelAbilities: Houston Film & Arts Festival is a FREE city-wide film and arts festival to promote inclusion and celebrate the lives, stories, and talents of people with disabilities – making an impact that lasts far beyond the week of the festival. Hosted by the JFS Alexander Institute for Inclusion in collaboration with Houston’s Mayor’s Office…

Children’s Museum Sensory Friendly Day, Feb. 15

The Children’s Museum Sensory Friendly Day on Monday, February 15, is an exclusive event for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and sensory processing differences to have a fun, enjoyable and interactive learning experience in a comfortable and accepting environment! Staff goes through the Museum ahead of time to turn down lights, limit extra sounds…

Affordable Healthy Pet Options for Pet Owners

Help us reduce and prevent animal overpopulation in our community by spaying or neutering your pet. Pet owners now have many affordable pet healthcare and veterinary service options. Check out the many low-cost services Emancipet Houston and BARC’s Fixin’ Clinic provide by clicking the following images:

San Jacinto Battleground Alert

Texas Parks and Wildlife (TPWD) will be holding an “information meeting” at the San Jacinto Monument on Thurs., February 11, at 6 pm, to tell stakeholders that the “Marsh Restoration, Phase II” is a fait accompli. Your immediate help is needed! Please see “How can you help?” at the bottom of this alert. The Situation…

2015 brought record passenger traffic to Bush, Hobby

By Andrea Rumbaugh, Houston Chronicle Houston’s two major airports both set records for passenger traffic in 2015, the Houston Airport System reported Wednesday. Hobby Airport had 145,202 international passengers between opening its international concourse in October – the first time Hobby has seen international flights since 1969 – and the end of the year, the…

Hobby District Audit Demonstrates Transparency and Responsible Spending

The Hobby District has its books audited annually by an outside agency as a way to demonstrate transparency to the public it serves. It is of the utmost importance to the Hobby District board of directors that funds are wisely applied to various improvement projects for the betterment of the region. With the upcoming State…

Mayor Turner Speaks to Texas Transportation Commission

To mark the start of what will be an increased emphasis by my administration on achieving improved mobility for Houston, I recently traveled to Austin to speak to the Texas Transportation Commission, the agency that decides how state transportation dollars are spent. My message was very specific: the transportation strategies of the past are increasingly…

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