Hobby Livable Centers Study

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Short video of the stakeholder meeting on September 9, 2014.

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Cold Weather Ahead – Protect the 4 “P”s!

The region will experience low temperatures over the next few days. When temperatures drop, it’s important to take all the necessary steps to help keep yourself and your family safe. Follow these tips to help protect the 4 “P’s: People Check on the elderly and those who may have functional or access needs to make…

Stay Safe Around Light Rail

With the opening of new light rail lines expected in April, Metro reminds motorists and pedestrians to watch for more trains. Light-rail trains are now being tested along Rusk, Capitol, Hamilton and Texas on the downtown sections of the new East End (Green) and Southeast (Purple) lines. Drivers and trains share curb lanes on Rusk…

HPD Team Featured in New Documentary

The Houston Police Department is featured in a new documentary focusing on how community policing is helping homeless people in our city. The 30-minute film, The Shepherds in Blue: How Community Policing is Guiding People Home, focuses on the innovative work being done by the HPD’s Homeless Outreach Team (HOT). The goal of HOT, a…

Police Chief invites all Houstonians to town hall meeting

Houston Police Chief Charles A. McClelland, Jr. is asking you to mark your calendars for an HPD Town Hall Meeting on Saturday, February 7. The Chief is inviting you and your neighbors to meet with him and top HPD commanders at the HPD Citywide Town Hall Meeting, from 10 a.m. to Noon on Saturday, February…

Council Member Gallegos addressed the Hobby Area District Board

Council Member, Gallegos District I addresses the Hobby Area District Board to share news and information about the Gulfgate TIRZ and proposed plans for a botanical garden in the area. The council member stated that the botanical garden was to be discussed at the city council meeting on January 21.

United States and Cuba normalize democratic ties

By Passport Houston On December 17, 2014 President Obama announced a new course in the U.S. relationships with Cuba. The neighboring countries agreed to restore diplomatic ties after a half century U.S. embargo against Cuba, ending one of the world’s last Cold War standoffs and launching a realignment of the politics of the Americas. In…

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