Here are several links where you can find more information about the City of Houston’s Chapter 19 Floodplain Ordinance as well as related meetings to discuss the ordinance. Chapter 19 Floodplain Ordinance https://houston.novusagenda.com/agendapublic/CoverSheet.aspx?ItemID=13644&MeetingID=295 http://www.houstontx.gov/council/committees/tti.html http://www.houstontx.gov/council/committees/tti/20180319sc/chapter19.pdf
We have received notice that a low-income housing development is seeking tax credits for construction on Regency Square Blvd. at Dale Carnegie Drive. This is located in the Regency Square business complex (behind/near Star Furniture on the Southwest Freeway). Letter from Senator Borris Miles Re: New Hope Housing
Thursday, March 1, 2018 City Crews return to regular Tree/Junk Schedule The Solid Waste Management Department will temporarily suspend city crews collecting Hurricane Harvey storm debris effective February 28, 2018. Contracted storm debris crews will remain in place until further notice. City Junk Waste/Tree Waste crews will resume the regularly scheduled Tree Waste and
City of Houston Collection and Facility Schedule for Christmas Day and New Year’s Day Holiday HOUSTON – Solid Waste Management Department (SWMD) Collection and Facility Schedule for Christmas Day and New Year’s Day Holiday Friday, December 22, 2017 (Christmas Eve – Observed) CITY HOLIDAY: Friday’s Garbage and Curbside Recycling WILL BE COLLECTED. Neighborhood Depositories/Recycling Centers, Westpark
At our April general meeting we honored officers from HPD and SEAL who work extremely hard to keep the residents of Sharpstown safe. Houston Police Department Assistant Chief Wendy Baimbridge presented a Certificate of Appreciation to the Officers. Many residents were there to show their appreciation and to take part in a Q&A with HPD
Senator-Elect Borris Miles will be hosting buses to travel to Austin for the Swearing In Ceremony on January 10, 2017. Buses will depart promptly at 6am from 3 convenient locations. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided. Attendees are requested to wear “Red and Black”.
A group of Sharpstown neighbors and businesses have organized the Sharpstown Spirit of Giving Holiday Toy Drive to benefit Sharpstown area children in need. Toys can be dropped off from November 17th to December 10th. See the attached flyer for locations and more details.
Plan Houston is wants input from residents to help with allocation of resources for the 2017 Fiscal Year. By taking the survey you can help to channel needed resources to the area. Take the survey on what issues the City should focus on next year! In 2015, Houston’s City Council took the
Seeds of Sharpstown is pleased to invite you to view Havel Ruck Projects’ latest sculpture piece entitled “Sharp”, a featured project in Sculpture Month Houston. (http://sculpturemonthhouston.org/events/sharp Sculpture Month began last week and ends on November 19th. This will be a limited-time art presentation that is visible only from the exterior prior to the house’s imminent demolition.