Mar 05, 2010 at 09:34 AM
BBVA COMPASS TOUR DE HOUSTON
CRUISES THROUGH THE BAYOU CITY
Bicycle Ride Benefiting the Houston Parks and Recreation Dept. Scheduled for
Mayor Annise Parker and Senator Rodney Ellis will ride along
with participants in the sixth annual BBVA Compass Tour de Houston. Cyclists
will line up at City Hall on March 21, as the bike ride kicks off to benefit the
Houston Parks and Recreation Department. The route will take riders on a
journey through Houston's historic districts and parks.
Houston Capital Improvement Plan meeting in your neighborhood (District
H Council Member Ed Gonzalez
City of Houston officials
March 10, 2010
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Davis High School
Houston, TX 77009
Improvement Plan (CIP) meetings are held every year to inform citizens of
upcoming projects scheduled in their respective communities. The meetings also
afford citizens an opportunity to voice their concerns and address their
respective City Council member and City of Houston officials.
Citizen Request Forms are available online at www.houstontx.gov by
clicking on the 3-1-1 icon, or you may simply call 3-1-1 and make a CIP
request. For more information and specific details of the CIP projects in your
area, please visit: http://www.houstontx.gov/cip/index.html.
Green Your Yard
City of Houston's new Compostable Bag Program goes into effect in just 4
weeks! Our Council Member Ed Gonzalez invites you to attend an event where you
may learn more about grass-cycling, compostable bags, and composting.
Representatives from the Parks and Solid Waste Departments will be on hand to
demonstrate techniques. See the attached event flyer for additional
What: Green Your Yard Event
To learn new recycling habits and more about compostable bags, grass-cycling,
Proctor Plaza Park (803 W. Temple St., Houston, TX 77009-5257)
Sat 3/20 from 9-11 AM
On Tuesday, March 16th at 6:30 PM, our two Super Neighborhood Councils will
be hosting The Houston-Galveston Area Council (HGAC) for a presentation on their
study to identify and prioritize future transit needs in our region for
incorporation into the Regional Transportation Plan through the year 2040. The
meeting will be held at the Heights Fire Station and City Hall, located at 107 W
12th St at the corner of W 12th and Yale. You are all invited to attend this
joint meeting to hear about their study, discuss the purpose and need, and to
provide comments to the HGAC and the study team. The HGAC has set up a website
which also provides a brief overview of the study which can be see here: http://www.h-gac.com/taq/transit_planning/framework_study/default.aspx
We want to
encourage all who are interested in transit and transportation in our area and
the surrounding areas to come and participate. Hope to see you all there.
Last Updated ( Mar 05, 2010 at 09:34 AM )