Solid Waste Holiday Schedule

Monday, January 16, 2023
All Solid Waste Facilities will be closed.Tuesday, January 17, 2023
Monday’s garbage and Monday’s B-Week curbside recycling, Monday’s yard waste, 3rd Monday & 3rd Tuesday tree waste will be collected. All Solid Waste Facilities will re-open.

Wednesday, January 18, 2023
Tuesday’s garbage and Tuesday’s B-Week curbside recycling will be collected. Tuesday’s yard waste & 3rd Wednesday’s tree waste routes will be collected.

Thursday, January 19, 2023
Normal collection services resume

Free Spay/Neuter and Microchips

Houston Pet Set, in partnership with the City of Houston, is providing FREE spay and neuter, core vaccines, and a microchip to pets of residents of Houston. Sunday-Wednesday through March. They are able to accommodate over 300 pets each month. For more information, visit:
https://www.houstonpetset.org/programs/spayneuter/ 

Watson Grinding and Manufacturing
Explosion Anniversary 

January 24th marks the third anniversary of the Watson Grinding and Manufacturing explosion in District A that killed three people. Since the explosion, City ordinances were changed relating to the storage of hazardous materials to require reporting of materials stored outside and to close loopholes. The ordinance changes also expanded the areas where hazardous materials cannot be stored.

We will never forget this explosion and all those impacted by it, but we are moving on to make positive changes for the City to try to prevent this from happening again.

Thank you again to all the people, groups, businesses, and elected officials who helped during this difficult time!

Smart Utility Check-up Program
For Commercial Water Customers

Upcoming Events

MLK Jr. Parade and Festival
Tour de Houston
Tour de Houston Presented by Apache is a fundraising bike ride that benefits Houston’s Reforestation Program. The ride will take place on February 26, 2023. For more information, visit https://www.houstontx.gov/tourdehouston/ 
Spring Branch Education Foundation Gala
HPD Positive Interaction Program (PIP) Meetings
The Houston Police Department (HPD) offers monthly public meetings for the community to hear presentations related to HPD. It is also a great way to talk to command staff and officers who work in your local division.
Northwest PIP
3rd Tuesday of each month
7:00 PM
Long Point Faith Center
8009 Long Point Road
Houston, TX 77055
Contact: christopher.engelhardt@houstonpolice.orgNorth PIP
3rd Tuesday of each month
7:00 PM
North Police Station
9455 West Montgomery Rd.
Houston, TX 77088
Contact: nicole.carter@houstonpolice.org

North Belt PIP
3rd Thursday of each month
Noon
100 Glenborough, 10th Floor
Houston, TX 77060
Contact: Gerardo.Rangel@HoustonPolice.Org

Super Neighborhood Meetings
For more information about super neighborhoods or to find yours, visit:
https://www.houstontx.gov/superneighborhoods/ 
Spring Branch North
4th Monday, every odd month
6:30 PM
Spring Shadows Civic Association
10355 Centrepark Dr, Suite 220
Houston, Texas 77043Spring Branch Central 
1st Thursday of each month
6:30 PM
VFW Post 8790
1650 Foley
Houston, Texas 77055

Greater Inwood 
3rd Monday, Quarterly
7:00 PM
Meeting virtually at this time
https://www.facebook.com/groups/382965012120612

Lazybrook/Timbergrove
2nd Thursday, every even month
6:15 PM
Meeting virtually at this time
houstonSN14@gmail.com

Community Events from December

Highlighting some of the many community events from last month!
HPD’s North Division did an amazing job giving out bikes, gift cards, and thousands of toys to our community! I’m so thankful to our officers for not only keeping us safe but also for supporting the community with events like this!
Volunteering for HFD’s Operation Stocking Stuffer with staff from the offices of Council Members Alcorn, Plummer, Huffman, and Kamin.
Vogel Creek Greenway Holiday Walk! With the Eisenhower Choir, who sang lovely songs along the walk. Thanks to the Houston Parks Board and all the constituents who put on this great event!
Honored to participate in the Crime stoppers Crime Victims Holiday Memorial Remembrance Tree Ceremony. Such a sad event, but I’m thankful to Crime Stoppers for continuing to support the families.
Student matinee of the Nutcracker by the Houston Ballet! With Council Member Mary Nan Huffman and Lauren Anderson with the Houston Ballet.