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Hobby Livable Centers Study

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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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Hobby Holiday Security Tips

The increased activity level and crowds associated with the holiday season require heightened awareness of security and safety threats. Seal Security would like to offer the Hobby District community some useful tips to help you and the ones you love to stay safe.

Rise Above – Triumph Over Adversity

RISE ABOVE – Traveling Exhibit Aviation History traveling exhibit featuring the history of the Tuskegee Airmen. All surrounding schools, communities, scout groups and more are welcome to join us for this FREE educational event. Get exposure to aviation history as well as the possibilities of a career within the aviation field. November 17-21, 2015 9…

Need Legal Assistance?

Obtaining legal advice for small businesses can be costly and stressful. The City of Houston’s Office of Business Opportunity announced a partnership with the Association of Pro Bono Counsel (APBCo) and Vinson & Elkins, LLP, to establish the “Virtual Legal Lab”. The Virtual Legal Lab is the first of its kind, giving small businesses the…

Hobby Airport Ushers in New Era with Southwest Airlines

The Hobby Area Management District (HAMD) continues to see expansion of services within its boundaries. One of the most significant examples of that was the recent opening of the new International Concourse at Hobby Airport, from which Southwest Airlines celebrated the departure of its first international flight to Cancun, Mexico recently. This was the first international flight…

A message from Council Member Robert Gallegos

I have great news to share! City Council approved $3 million to demolish abandoned and dangerous buildings across the city including 15 in District I. 7 of the dilapidated buildings are located in Clinton Park, 4 in Magnolia Park / Manchester and 4 in the Golfcrest / Park Place area. Demolishing these dangerous structures is…



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