On Sunday afternoon, police cars blocked off a stretch of Gessner Road between Tiger Trail and Kempwood for the latest edition of Cigna Sunday Streets, a special event produced by the mayor’s office and a favorite for neighborhoods around the city. With the streets closed to automobile traffic, hundreds of Spring Branch pedestrians, bicyclists, and rollerskaters came [...]
Take a look at the video and pictures of the 2017 SBMD Cigna Sunday Streets event. SBMD 2017 CIGNA SUNDAY STREETS from ev1pro.com on Vimeo.
Mayor Turner Kicks off Complete Communities Initiative City/Private Partnerships aim to Transform Forgotten Neighborhoods WHAT: Mayor Sylvester Turner will announce the first round of neighborhoods selected for his Complete Communities Initiative. Complete Communities aims to transform neighborhoods that have been overlooked for the amenities enjoyed by other Houston neighborhoods. The city will work with stakeholders [...]
April 18, 2017- Our topic will be HPD K-9- Our “special 4 footed “ Officer will be here to let you know about his very special role in assisting officers catch the “bad” guys! The Northwest Division Commander will be there to answer your crime questions and provide an update on issues in the Northwest [...]
Math Tutoring Program will be provided at Korean Community Center. from 1st week in May to 2nd week in August for 2 hours/week, for 10 week to students in grades 4 through 12 and adults taking GED. The mission of this newly developed program is to help students who need to improve their math skills [...]
Tuesday, April 11, 2017 10:00 AM City Hall Council Chamber – 901 Bagby, 2nd Floor Welcoming Remarks: Council Member Brenda Stardig, Chair Welcoming Remarks: Council Member Steve Le, Vice Chair Presentation: Houston Fire Department Resources • Speaker: Marty Lancton, President, Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association Local 341 Presentation: Spring Branch Chemical Fire and Houston Fire Department [...]
Help celebrate the 30th anniversary of Keep Houston Beautiful Day on April 8th by participating in a local clean-up activity. Please help KHB beautify Houston year-round with a small donation for annual clean-up support. Text "KHB" to 52000 for a one-time gift of $10.