Hobby Livable Centers Study

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Broadway Beautification

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Introducing our business ambassador: Mario Ramirez

Dear Business Owner, The Hobby Area District has a Business Ambassador Program to help businesses connect with the District and our community. Long time resident and community activist, Mr. Mario Ramirez is out visiting area businesses, bringing news and information about District Services. We also want to head from you, so please let Mr. Ramirez…

Houston Cares Community Service Event

The Hive Society, Inc. invites your organization to join us for Houston Cares, a large scale volunteer project at the Houston Food Bank’s Portwall Facility on October 17, 2015 from 1-4 PM. Since The Hive Society’s relaunch in March 2014, we have hosted a variety of community service events that have drawn hundreds of volunteers…

Sneak peek inside Hobby Airport’s new international terminal

KHOU HOUSTON – Hobby Airport opens a new international concourse in less than a month and officials gave KHOU 11 News an exclusive look inside. Signs at the Southwest Airlines’ check-in counter suggest international flights are coming soon. Read more on KHOU’s website…

Reveille/Park Place Civic Club Meetings

The Reveille/Park Place Civic Club is undergoing a restructuring of officers. As they undergo this transition and training of new officers, they will not hold meetings in September or October. They will not be holding any National Night Out event either. In November, their meeting is not held as it conflicts with the Thanksgiving Holiday….

A message from Council Member Robert Gallegos

Our hike and bike trail system continues to grow! Last month, we opened a half-mile nature loop trail at Herman Brown Park in District I. The trail will eventually connect to the larger network of trails that run along our bayous. The nature trail is equipped with a shaded seating area and way-finding signs that…

District I Office Helps Back-to-School Initiatives

Council Member Robert Gallegos and District I staff members personally distributed over 150 backpacks filled with school supplies to students at Oates Elementary and Brookline Elementary during the first week of school last month. Earlier in the month, the office donated hundreds more to other schools in the district. Last school year, Councilmember Gallegos also…

District I Service Funds Help Neighborhood Projects

Last year, city council established the Council Service Budget and allotted each of the 11 district council members $1 million to spend on small projects within their district. Council approved the service budget again in June for the 2015-2016 fiscal year. With last year’s service budget, the District I office helped fund a new partnership…

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