by Dorothy Puch Lillig Imagine being able to ride a bike from the Spring Branch District to downtown Houston without hitting any major streets. That vision becoming a reality may be years off but the community is about to learn more about this exciting walking and biking trail project if they attend an open house [...]
TALKING POINTS “engaging conversation” open house public meeting 7 Projects to Follow - Spring Branch Trail Study Tuesday, September 24 @6:30 - 8:30PM The Branch 7710 Long Point - 77092 additional parking at adjacent shopping center Bring the Family & get in on the conversation! snacks & drinks provided! Showcasing the proposed Spring Branch Trail [...]
TIRZ 17 Redevelopment Authority is Adding Detention, Reducing Flood Risk and Improving Mobility TIRZ 17/Memorial City Redevelopment Authority will break ground on the reconstruction of Gessner Road between IH-10 Frontage Road and Long Point Road in the 4th Quarter of 2019. Gessner Road is a major thoroughfare that carries approximately 42,000 vehicles per day. The [...]
Please join us for the groundbreaking of the Briar Branch (W140-01-00) Channel & Straws Improvement project on March 19, 2019 at 10 AM.
With opening comments by Board Chair Patricia Maddox, the Spring Branch District recently hosted its first community meeting about 7 Projects to Follow in the area in the near future. The public meeting, held at Karbach Brewery, was well-attended by area residents and business owners who were able to view and interact with maps and [...]
Drive through the Spring Branch District on any given day, and you will see lots of things happening — from new businesses moving in, existing ones making improvements, housing developments in the works, gorgeous landscaping popping up and — everyone’s favorite — roadwork and drainage projects possibly adding a little crimp in your daily commute [...]
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