City Council Approves Expansion of Houston B-cycle

Houston’s bike share system will more than triple in size over the next two years, adding 71 stations with 568 bikes.

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Report Human Trafficking in Houston

Watch for Traffick campaign is raising awareness about human trafficking and encouraging Houstonians to report it.

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Utility cabinets become canvases for community murals

Council Member Cohen partnered with UP Art Studios to help bring Mini Murals to District C.

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Houston Launches PACE Program

PACE allows business owners to obtain low-cost, long-term loans for water conservation, energy-efficiency improvements, and distributed generation.

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Aug. 26, 2016City of Houston

HFD Will Undergo New Operational Review

After reviewing a recently completed work demands analysis started in November 2015, Mayor Sylvester Turner has decided Houston Fire Department operations need further study.  Continue Reading »

Aug. 26, 2016Office of Council Member Ellen Cohen

Input Sought By Aug. 31 on Future Westheimer Park

The Houston Parks and Recreation Department is seeking feedback by no later than August 31st on community priorities for a future park at 424 Westheimer in District C’s Montrose area. Continue Reading »

Aug. 24, 2016City of Houston

Major Expansion for Houston Bike Share Program

Houston’s bike share system, Houston B-cycle, will more than triple in size over the next two years, adding 71 stations with 568 bikes. The expansion will be paid for with federal grant dollars. Continue Reading »

Aug. 22, 2016City of Houston

New Campaign Helps Houstonians Recognize and Report Human Trafficking

Mayor Sylvester Turner announced the launch of Watch for Traffick, a city-wide media campaign to raise awareness about human trafficking and encourage Houstonians to report it.  The new multi-media campaign is one element of a broader anti-human trafficking strategic plan unveiled earlier this year. Continue Reading »