This Week: Recycling Resumes on November 13th; Impact of Hurricane Harvey on Houston’s non-profit cultural sector; Festival of Abilities; Midtown Super Neighborhood. Continue Reading »
Houston, Texas, October 25, 2017: After a 2-and-a-half-month suspension due to Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts, the City of Houston’s Solid Waste Management Department (SWMD) will resume its curbside recycling collection schedule starting Monday, November 13, 2017. Continue Reading »
Houstonians stockpiling cardboard and aluminum cans, rejoice: the city will resume curbside recycling service next month.
Recycling service has been suspended since Aug. 30, when city waste crews dropped all efforts other than weekly trash pickup to focus on removing the thousands of piles of debris resulting from Hurricane Harvey. Continue Reading »
In this year’s election, Houstonians are asked to cast their ballots on several bond proposals set forth by the City of Houston. These propositions are of the utmost importance to the financial future of our city: Continue Reading »
This Week: Bond Propositions: Early Voting Begins Next Week; Council Committee on Quality of Life to Meet; and the 9th Annual Garden Oaks Wine Walk. Continue Reading »
This Week: Mayor Turner Targeting November to Resume Recycling; Reconstruction of Greenbriar Blvd; the Brays Bayou Association community meeting on flooding; the 39th Annual Houston Italian Festival Continue Reading »
This Week: Mayor Turner Secures $50M for Harvey Recovery; First Round of Relief Fund Grants Approved; Satellite Permitting Centers Opened; Storm Debris Collection Continues; and National Night Out in District C. Continue Reading »
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner wants to develop new strategies for how housing should be built in the post-Harvey era and he thinks new guidelines to protect houses from flooding are important.
Turner talked about this topic during Wednesday’s meeting of the City Council and said Houston must learn to build “smarter.” Continue Reading »
There were food trucks and pushcarts. There were families with baby strollers. There were line dancers, roller derby skaters and hundreds of bicyclists. Continue Reading »