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Remembering Major Dwight Burton

By | March 3rd, 2017|Community, Public Safety, Uncategorized|

The Spring Branch Management District lost a beloved member of its team last week when Major Dwight Burton of S.E.A.L. Security Solutions died at the age of 52. Burton led the S.E.A.L. team, which has provided enhanced public safety services to the Spring Branch area for the past two years. A military veteran and a [...]

Call for artists: Participate in SBEF’s Running for the Arts 5K & ArtFest

By | February 27th, 2017|Community, Education, Uncategorized|

Artists and artisans of all ages and media are invited to be part of an art auction and display or sell their work as a vendor at Spring Branch Education Foundation’s Running for the Arts 5K & (inaugural) ArtFest on Saturday, May 6, at 901 Yorkchester. More than 2,000 runners and hundreds of families are [...]

SBEF reschedules Sporting Clay Tournament

By | February 21st, 2017|Education, Uncategorized|

Spring Branch Education Foundation announced today it has rescheduled its fifth annual Sporting Clay Tournament to Monday, May 8. “We had hoped for a sunny day on Feb. 20, our original date. We got a steady rain instead,” says SBEF Executive Director Cece Thompson. “But there’s a bright side for the community. We have a [...]

Highway 290 Informational Meeting

By | February 17th, 2017|Public Safety, Uncategorized|

The Houston Police Department, Northwest Division PIP will be holding an informational meeting on the progress of the 290 expansion. TXDOT representatives will be here to share the updated timeline of this important project. Everyone is invited! The meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 7:00pm. The location is the “Faith Center” [...]

Urgent Airbag Safety Recall

By | February 15th, 2017|Community, Public Safety|

The airbag in your vehicle may have a deadly defect. Instead or protecting you, these defective airbags explode like grenades, spraying metal shrapnel inside the passenger compartment. Eleven people have died, including two right here in Houston. More than 180 people have been severely injured. The good news is, the repair is absolutely free. A [...]

Capital Improvement Plan Community Meeting, Feb. 15

By | February 12th, 2017|Community|

Citizens are encouraged to attend meetings in their Council districts, learn about projects and plans, voice questions and community concerns The City of Houston invites residents to participate in the annual Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) process at public meetings. The meetings afford residents an opportunity to hear from city officials about CIP projects in their [...]