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Join our CURRENT PROJECTS . . .


Métodos Para Preservar Tu Comunidad

La división de Planificación Comunitaria y Regional del Departamento de Planificación y Desarrollo de la Ciudad de Houston llevará a cabo una reunión para las designaciones de Tamaño de Lote Mínimo Especial y Línea de Construcción Mínima Especial. Asista a esta reunión a las 6:30 p.m., Miércoles, 2 de Marzo para conocer las formas en que puede preservar el carácter establecido de su vecindario. Estas herramientas gratuitas que ofrece la ciudad de Houston se pueden utilizar para:

  • Preservar el tamaño del lote existente y evitar el desarrollo incompatible.

  • Asegúrese de que los futuros edificios se ajusten a las líneas de construcción existentes.

Información de la reunión

Enlace de reunión en línea a través de la aplicación:

Reunión en línea a través de la web: shorturl.at/yAB25

Opción de llamada: +1 936-755-1521

ID de la conferencia: 990151280#



Super Neighborhood 65 & 82

Workshop Meeting


Join us on February 26, 2022, from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm for a community workshop where Magnolia Park, Smith Addition, Harrisburg, and Manchester community members will come together to strengthen our neighborhood. This workshop will provide the community with an opportunity for public engagement as we review decision-making processes to come together as Super Neighborhood 65 & 82. Members will have a chance to share thoughts and ideas about the location of meetings, how members can participate, and elect a governance council. Local elected leaders and community resource booths will be in attendance.


The opening ceremony will be accompanied by the Charles H. Milby High School JROTC.
We are excited to hear your ideas as we strengthen our community together on February 26, 2022, at the Hartman Community Center located at 9311 E Avenue P, Houston, TX 77012.


Free food and refreshments.




Walkable Magnolia Park-Manchester

Let's create more safe and walkable places for older adults, and people of all ages and abilities, in the Magnolia Park and Manchester neighborhoods. The City is partnering with Texas A&M University School of Architecture to create four projects in the next few months that demonstrate how simple improvements to sidewalks, streets, intersections and other spaces can improve walkability in the neighborhood. Called the Active Aging in Place Program, this will help improve the health of community members, young and old.

Learn more: View a presentation or click through the slides to learn more about this exciting project.

Watch: Missed the meeting? You can learn more by watching the Feb 2, meeting.

Participate: Help us select project locations by providing information on this map.

Stay informed: Sign up for our newsletter to keep informed as the project progresses.





Steps:

  1. https://www.centerpointenergy.com/en-us/business/customer-service/electric-outage-center/report-streetlight-outages?sa=ho
  1. Click on the Report a Streetlight Outage ↓

  1. Enter the streetlight number (6-digit number on light pole) or address close to the streetlight
  1. Click the streetlight that is not working correctly
  1. Enter information about the issue

Or

You can call the number(s) below to report streetlight outings.

  • Please call 713-207-2222 or 800-332-7143

If there is tree canopy near streetlighting you can report this request to: (http://www.houstontx.gov/parks/forestry/urbanforestry.html)

To report a city tree that needs pruning or to request a tree removal permit contact the Urban Forestry section by calling 311 or visit the 311 Houston Service Center online www.houston311.org to submit your request.

How to use 311 to report: http://www.houstontx.gov/311/images/311-portal-overview.mp4

Outage Tracker (http://gis.centerpointenergy.com/outagetracker/) for current electric outage information.



DO YOUR PART TO PROTECT OUR PIPES!

70% of sanitary sewer overflows in Houston are caused by clogs from fats, oils and grease poured down the drain and wipes flushed down toilets.

Put grease in its place! Dispose of leftover cooking waste with these easy steps: pour it in a jar, can, or bag, cool it, and once full, toss it in the trash.

Also, only flush the three P’s - pee, poo, and (toilet) paper. Everything else should go in the trash.

Together, we can all prevent clogs and harmful overflows! Learn more: www.ProtectOurPipes.org.

Learn more from Sammy, Ruby, and Martin – our Protect Our Pipes characters – through the resources below!

RESOURCES

Videos

Request a Presentation or Giveaway Event: Email ProtectOurPipes@houstontx.gov.

LEARN MORE! www.ProtectOurPipes.org


Join our CURRENT PROJECTS . . .


Métodos Para Preservar Tu Comunidad

La división de Planificación Comunitaria y Regional del Departamento de Planificación y Desarrollo de la Ciudad de Houston llevará a cabo una reunión para las designaciones de Tamaño de Lote Mínimo Especial y Línea de Construcción Mínima Especial. Asista a esta reunión a las 6:30 p.m., Miércoles, 2 de Marzo para conocer las formas en que puede preservar el carácter establecido de su vecindario. Estas herramientas gratuitas que ofrece la ciudad de Houston se pueden utilizar para:

  • Preservar el tamaño del lote existente y evitar el desarrollo incompatible.

  • Asegúrese de que los futuros edificios se ajusten a las líneas de construcción existentes.

Información de la reunión

Enlace de reunión en línea a través de la aplicación:

Reunión en línea a través de la web: shorturl.at/yAB25

Opción de llamada: +1 936-755-1521

ID de la conferencia: 990151280#



Super Neighborhood 65 & 82

Workshop Meeting


Join us on February 26, 2022, from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm for a community workshop where Magnolia Park, Smith Addition, Harrisburg, and Manchester community members will come together to strengthen our neighborhood. This workshop will provide the community with an opportunity for public engagement as we review decision-making processes to come together as Super Neighborhood 65 & 82. Members will have a chance to share thoughts and ideas about the location of meetings, how members can participate, and elect a governance council. Local elected leaders and community resource booths will be in attendance.


The opening ceremony will be accompanied by the Charles H. Milby High School JROTC.
We are excited to hear your ideas as we strengthen our community together on February 26, 2022, at the Hartman Community Center located at 9311 E Avenue P, Houston, TX 77012.


Free food and refreshments.




Walkable Magnolia Park-Manchester

Let's create more safe and walkable places for older adults, and people of all ages and abilities, in the Magnolia Park and Manchester neighborhoods. The City is partnering with Texas A&M University School of Architecture to create four projects in the next few months that demonstrate how simple improvements to sidewalks, streets, intersections and other spaces can improve walkability in the neighborhood. Called the Active Aging in Place Program, this will help improve the health of community members, young and old.

Learn more: View a presentation or click through the slides to learn more about this exciting project.

Watch: Missed the meeting? You can learn more by watching the Feb 2, meeting.

Participate: Help us select project locations by providing information on this map.

Stay informed: Sign up for our newsletter to keep informed as the project progresses.





Steps:

  1. https://www.centerpointenergy.com/en-us/business/customer-service/electric-outage-center/report-streetlight-outages?sa=ho
  1. Click on the Report a Streetlight Outage ↓

  1. Enter the streetlight number (6-digit number on light pole) or address close to the streetlight
  1. Click the streetlight that is not working correctly
  1. Enter information about the issue

Or

You can call the number(s) below to report streetlight outings.

  • Please call 713-207-2222 or 800-332-7143

If there is tree canopy near streetlighting you can report this request to: (http://www.houstontx.gov/parks/forestry/urbanforestry.html)

To report a city tree that needs pruning or to request a tree removal permit contact the Urban Forestry section by calling 311 or visit the 311 Houston Service Center online www.houston311.org to submit your request.

How to use 311 to report: http://www.houstontx.gov/311/images/311-portal-overview.mp4

Outage Tracker (http://gis.centerpointenergy.com/outagetracker/) for current electric outage information.



DO YOUR PART TO PROTECT OUR PIPES!

70% of sanitary sewer overflows in Houston are caused by clogs from fats, oils and grease poured down the drain and wipes flushed down toilets.

Put grease in its place! Dispose of leftover cooking waste with these easy steps: pour it in a jar, can, or bag, cool it, and once full, toss it in the trash.

Also, only flush the three P’s - pee, poo, and (toilet) paper. Everything else should go in the trash.

Together, we can all prevent clogs and harmful overflows! Learn more: www.ProtectOurPipes.org.

Learn more from Sammy, Ruby, and Martin – our Protect Our Pipes characters – through the resources below!

RESOURCES

Videos

Request a Presentation or Giveaway Event: Email ProtectOurPipes@houstontx.gov.

LEARN MORE! www.ProtectOurPipes.org


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