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Two Opportunities to Support the Ellen Cohen Campaign!

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Cohen Campaign

City’s marquee green space reimagined

The joggers, hikers, cyclists, equestrians and ballplayers who use Memorial Park will see the city's marquee green space reborn over the next two decades.

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Memorial Park

Ending sexual violence

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The City honored the Houston Area Women's Center with 'Wear Teal Day' for their dedication to serving Houstonian survivors.

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Latest News

Apr. 17, 2015City of Houston

Older adults, people with disabilities focus of Building Bridges conference

State and national policy makers will gather at the Building Bridges conference to discuss new developments in long-term services and support initiatives for older adults and people with disabilities. Continue Reading »

Apr. 15, 2015Houston Chronicle

Bush Intercontinental to offer nonstop flight to New Zealand

Air New Zealand announced Wednesday it will add Houston as its North American destination with a flight to Auckland. Continue Reading »

Apr. 3, 2015Memorial Examiner

City council approves ambitious memorial park plan

It’s full speed ahead for the ambitious Memorial Park Master Plan after Houston City Council gave its approval to the plan at its April 1 meeting. Now, the hard part of actually getting the effort from the drawing board to reality begins. Continue Reading »

Apr. 2, 2015Houston Public Media

Houston Moves Ahead With Ambitious Greenways Project

The Houston Parks Board is working to raise millions of dollars for its “Bayou Greenways 2020″ project.

Parks Board Executive Director Roksan Okan-Vick says once the project is complete, Houston will have about 150 miles of hike and bike trails along its bayous, making it one of the most significant parks projects in the country.  Continue Reading »