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District K Kicks-Off Fall Arbor Day

arbor-dayThe District K office, in partnership with Trees for Houston, Centerpoint Energy, and the Brays Oaks District, hosted a Fall Arbor Day kick-off event within the Brays Oaks and Westbury areas on November 12, 2016. The staging location was the corner of Willowbend Blvd. at Bob White Dr. within the Brays Oaks District. The Fall Arbor Day tree planting event included the planting of 40, 15-gallon crape myrtle trees along the right-of-way easement of Willowbend Blvd. between Sandpiper Dr. to Bob White Dr. Additionally, 30, 15-gallon live oak trees were planted along the...
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YMCA: Sign Up for Family Camp

Making Memories
New Year’s Family Camp

making-memoriesWhat better way to start the new year off than with a family getaway to YMCA Camp Cullen January 6-8? Make one of your new year’s resolutions to try new things, be adventurous and play more.

Enjoy a fun-filled weekend with activities like our Dual Racing Zipline, our Alpine Climbing Tower, marksmanship tournaments and a host of family-friendly games and activities.

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Give the Gift of Health
Gift Cards

giftcardMake holiday shopping easy and surprise your special someone with a gift that...

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Seeing progress in our district – a word from Council Member Larry Green

Larry GreenThe Five Corners Improvement District has done a remarkable job with regard to public safety. District K is the third safest district in the City of Houston, and I believe a lot of that can be attributed to Five Corners with its private security and the camera program, and the ability to monitor hot spots and the crime situation. Five Corners has also done well with regard to beautification. When you look at the new signage that is around with the Five Corners logo at key intersections, it shows that...
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