City adds food and beverage cartons recycling

Food and beverage cartons are now recyclable as part of the city’s residential curbside recycling program

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Houston Pools Open Memorial Day!

To prepare for the summer season, City hiring and training 140 lifeguards.

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Summer Swimming

Stay Informed This Week!

Decisions made at City Hall affect you and your neighbors.

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Apr. 16, 2014Houston Public Media

Houston City Council Passes Anti-Hoarding Ordinance

Houston’s new anti-hoarding ordinance applies only to apartments, condominiums and town houses.

Mayor Annise Parker said she probably could have gotten support for an ordinance that included stand-alone single-family homes, but the ordinance as passed is a good first step. Continue Reading »

Apr. 16, 2014Houston Business Journal

Memorial Hermann to kick off $650M project in the Texas Medical Center

Memorial Hermann Health System — Houston’s largest health care system — will soon begin a $650 million expansion and renovation of its Texas Medical Center campus. Continue Reading »

Apr. 14, 2014Memorial Examiner

City of Houston adds food and beverage cartons residential curbside recycling program

As part of the city of Houston’s continued efforts to bolster residential recycling, Mayor Annise D. Parker announced that food and beverage cartons are now recyclable as part of the city’s residential curbside recycling program. Continue Reading »

Apr. 14, 2014Memorial Examiner

Woltz firm creating Memorial Park Master Plan; open house for comment is April 16

Award-winning landscape architectural firm Nelson Byrd Woltz achieves beautification and excellence through ecological revitalization, indigenous design, integrity of historical intent, and stewardship of space – hallmarks the Memorial Park Conservancy prioritized for Memorial Park’s Long-Range Master Plan. It is precisely this synergy of approach and vision that made Nelson Byrd Woltz the perfect partner for planning Memorial Park’s sustainable future. Continue Reading »