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Hobby Livable Centers Study

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2019 State of the District Interviews

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Supplement Existing Public Services

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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Hurricane Harvey HAMD Update

The Hobby Area District is committed to community and economic development and strengthening the security and social vitality of our area. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, we want to ensure you that we are continuing to work hard for the businesses and residents of the Hobby area community. Below, we have gathered information that…

Hurricane Alert Update: Potentially Life-Threatening Storm for Texas/Louisiana!

Red Cross Partners and Friends: While we were sleeping overnight, a significant, prolonged and potentially life-threatening storm in the Gulf of Mexico continues to organize and strengthen. Tropical Depression Harvey has strengthened into a Tropical Storm and is expected to become a strong Category 1 Hurricane with sustained winds of 85 mph with higher gusts…

Inside District I Newsletter

In June, my office hosted a community meeting to hear from TxDOT officials on their plans to move I-45 from the west to the east side of downtown. Construction could begin as early as 2021. As you know, I represent the two communities that will be most affected – East End and downtown – by…

Inside District I Newsletter

In February, my office launched a six-month pilot initiative to pick up shopping carts abandoned on public property in District I. We partnered with the Solid Waste Department to conduct the collections Monday through Friday on a twice monthly basis. A similar pilot is also underway in Councilman Mike Laster’s District J in southwest Houston….

Community meeting on TxDOT’s I-45 project

Join Houston Councilman Robert Gallegos and TxDOT officials at a community meeting on Monday, June 26th (TONIGHT) regarding TxDOT’s proposed plans for re-routing and widening I-45. The proposed project would include: Reconstructing mainlanes and frontage roads Rerouting of I-45 in the downtown area to be coincident with I-10 on the north side of downtown and…

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