Braeburn Neighborhood Resilience Plan

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Neighborhood Resilience Planning Public Meeting #2

🌟 Join Us for Meeting #2: Resilience Workshop - Strive, Adapt & Thrive! 🌟

📅 Date: Thursday, November 9

🕡 Time: 6:30–8:30 p.m.

📍 Venue: Bayland Community Center, 6400 Bissonnet St.

Are you concerned about the impact of natural disasters on your community? Do you want to be part of building a stronger, more resilient Braeburn? If so, this event is tailor-made for you!

What to Expect:
✅ Engaging Discussions: Join us for an interactive workshop where we will review innovative project ideas and identify potential partners.
✅ Community Connections: Connect with valuable local resources and network with like-minded individuals who share your passion for a resilient Braeburn.
✅ Expert Insights: Gain essential information from representatives of the City of Houston departments who are dedicated to making our community more resilient.
✅ Share Your Ideas: Come prepared to discuss your thoughts and insights, as your input is invaluable in shaping our community's future.

And that's not all! We'll ensure you're well taken care of during the event with food and drinks available for all attendees.

Feel free to share this event with friends and neighbors who care about our community's resilience. Together, we can make a difference.



Neighborhood Resilience Planning is underway in the Braeburn Super Neighborhood

Neighborhood Resilience Plans are a crucial step towards realizing the vision established in Resilient Houston, Mayor Turner’s citywide resilience plan unveiled in 2020. So, the Braeburn community is partnering with the City of Houston to create a neighborhood-scale plan that can help address resilience issues specific to the area within the boundaries of the Braeburn Super Neighborhood. More information about the program is available here.

Community participation in the year-long planning process is critical to creating a successful plan. A Neighborhood Support Team (NST) made up of community leaders has been established to provide input on what's already happening, areas of concern, meeting locations, and agendas. Most importantly, they serve as ambassadors by encouraging participation from everyone in the community.

The first phase of the planning process is to identify issues and opportunities. These are the things that are loved in the community or are going well and things that need to be addressed. This was the focus of the first public meeting held on Thursday, July 13, 2023, and we learned a lot.

It's not too late to join the conversation. Use this Issues and Opportunities interactive map to identify places or things you love and places that need attention.

Take a moment to respond to a short Vision and Purpose Survey to tell us more about your community.

For background information on the program or to see what's happening in other neighborhoods visit Neighborhood Resilience Planning Program.



Braeburn Kick-Off Public Meeting

Thank you for joining us at the kick-off public meeting for the Braeburn's Neighborhood Resilience Planning (NRP) project. Your presence and enthusiasm for boosting community resilience are greatly appreciated.

The kick-off event on July 13th at the Bayland Community Center drew an impressive turnout, with over 40 participants, including Council Members Sallie Alcorn and Edward Pollard, as well as representatives from Commissioner Lesley Briones's office (Precinct 4). A special shoutout to the Braeburn Super Neighborhood Council for hosting.

This meeting marked the first of three public meetings planned by the Planning and Development Department. We aimed to capture your vision for Braeburn, your goals, and ways to enhance resilience and safety.

Looking forward, your project ideas will be discussed in the second public meeting this fall. Your input will help refine these projects further. To stay updated on the details, watch out for our notifications.

Thank you for your valuable contributions as we work together to enhance Braeburn.


Neighborhood Resilience Planning Public Meeting #2

🌟 Join Us for Meeting #2: Resilience Workshop - Strive, Adapt & Thrive! 🌟

📅 Date: Thursday, November 9

🕡 Time: 6:30–8:30 p.m.

📍 Venue: Bayland Community Center, 6400 Bissonnet St.

Are you concerned about the impact of natural disasters on your community? Do you want to be part of building a stronger, more resilient Braeburn? If so, this event is tailor-made for you!

What to Expect:
✅ Engaging Discussions: Join us for an interactive workshop where we will review innovative project ideas and identify potential partners.
✅ Community Connections: Connect with valuable local resources and network with like-minded individuals who share your passion for a resilient Braeburn.
✅ Expert Insights: Gain essential information from representatives of the City of Houston departments who are dedicated to making our community more resilient.
✅ Share Your Ideas: Come prepared to discuss your thoughts and insights, as your input is invaluable in shaping our community's future.

And that's not all! We'll ensure you're well taken care of during the event with food and drinks available for all attendees.

Feel free to share this event with friends and neighbors who care about our community's resilience. Together, we can make a difference.



Neighborhood Resilience Planning is underway in the Braeburn Super Neighborhood

Neighborhood Resilience Plans are a crucial step towards realizing the vision established in Resilient Houston, Mayor Turner’s citywide resilience plan unveiled in 2020. So, the Braeburn community is partnering with the City of Houston to create a neighborhood-scale plan that can help address resilience issues specific to the area within the boundaries of the Braeburn Super Neighborhood. More information about the program is available here.

Community participation in the year-long planning process is critical to creating a successful plan. A Neighborhood Support Team (NST) made up of community leaders has been established to provide input on what's already happening, areas of concern, meeting locations, and agendas. Most importantly, they serve as ambassadors by encouraging participation from everyone in the community.

The first phase of the planning process is to identify issues and opportunities. These are the things that are loved in the community or are going well and things that need to be addressed. This was the focus of the first public meeting held on Thursday, July 13, 2023, and we learned a lot.

It's not too late to join the conversation. Use this Issues and Opportunities interactive map to identify places or things you love and places that need attention.

Take a moment to respond to a short Vision and Purpose Survey to tell us more about your community.

For background information on the program or to see what's happening in other neighborhoods visit Neighborhood Resilience Planning Program.



Braeburn Kick-Off Public Meeting

Thank you for joining us at the kick-off public meeting for the Braeburn's Neighborhood Resilience Planning (NRP) project. Your presence and enthusiasm for boosting community resilience are greatly appreciated.

The kick-off event on July 13th at the Bayland Community Center drew an impressive turnout, with over 40 participants, including Council Members Sallie Alcorn and Edward Pollard, as well as representatives from Commissioner Lesley Briones's office (Precinct 4). A special shoutout to the Braeburn Super Neighborhood Council for hosting.

This meeting marked the first of three public meetings planned by the Planning and Development Department. We aimed to capture your vision for Braeburn, your goals, and ways to enhance resilience and safety.

Looking forward, your project ideas will be discussed in the second public meeting this fall. Your input will help refine these projects further. To stay updated on the details, watch out for our notifications.

Thank you for your valuable contributions as we work together to enhance Braeburn.


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