Hurricane Harvey Housing Recovery The City recently rolled out the Homeowner Assistance Program (HoAP) to assist homeowners and renters with flood recovery. If you flooded during Hurricane Harvey or another recent flood, you could be eligible for assistance if you: completed work on your home, are in the process of repairs, or about to start [...]
At 7 Civic Saturday events, speak directly with Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo on issues you care about.
Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation Coalition — Dedicated to Helping Animals Who Have Lost Their Habitats — Also Looking for a New Home
Group Hopes to Remain in the Spring Branch District by Dorothy Puch Lillig As Houston continues to expand at an unprecedented rate, countless species of Texas wildlife are threatened in the process. In a run-of-the-mill office park in the Spring Branch District, a coalition of dedicated volunteers is providing around-the-clock care for urban wildlife. Jeannie [...]
A county-wide survey of residents is among the first steps that the County Judge is taking to learn from residents what issues matter most, and what needs to be prioritized when it comes to planning things like the county budget and creating a more accessible county government. Take the Survey
Build It Forward – Houston Harvey Recovery Efforts The City of Houston received more than $1 billion in federal funds to assist in long-term housing recovery from Hurricane Harvey. The first step to receiving these funds is to fill out a survey to see which of the five programs you qualify for. Contact [...]
Last week Houston Police Department Commander Craig Bellamy unveiled a new Laser Shot portable training system that will allow for practical training in a virtual environment for HPD Command in the Patrol 3 Region.The Spring Branch Management District funded the system, costing approximately $20,000. Northwest Command is located in Spring Branch District.The simulators will [...]