Has Your Civic Association Been Updated with the District K Council Office?

Update your civic association contacts with the District K council office. If your civic association has recently elected new officers, changed the primary contact person, new e-mail address, new contact number and/or new or changed meeting location, time, and date, please take a moment to update your contact info with the District K council office. Periodically, the District K office sends pertinent information about District K news and City of Houston topics of information relating to your neighborhood and neighborhood association. To ensure you and your civic association receives this information, we need you to update your contact info. Thank...
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Early Voting for November 5th

Early voting for the November 5 election started Monday, October 21 and goes through Friday, November 1. Harris County There are 40 early voting locations in Harris County and the locations will be open during the following hours:
  • October 21 - October 25: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
  • October 26: 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
  • October 27: 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
  • October 28 - November 1: 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Below are Harris County early voting polling locations within District K are :
  • Astrodome Area: Fiesta Mart, Inc. -- 8130 Kirby Drive, 77054
  • South Houston Area: Hiram Clarke Multi-Service Center -- 3810 W. Fuqua, 77045
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The Texas’ Voter ID Law in Effect for November 5 Election

Do you know about the new Texas' Voter ID law which requires voters to present an approved form of photo identification to vote in person? The law is now in effect and will be in place during the November 5 election. The state of Texas requires voters to present an approved form of photo identification to vote at the polls. To facilitate the voter qualification process when YOU go to the poll, YOU should:
  1. YOU bring a valid photo ID.
  2. Make sure YOUR State Approved Photo ID is current; With the exception of the U.S. citizenship certificate, the Photo ID must be...
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City’s Pro-Bono Deed Restriction Program

239The Department of Neighborhoods will assist civic associations or civic clubs in low-to-moderate income neighborhoods with creating new, or modifying existing, deed restrictions via a resurrected Deed Restrictions Pro Bono Program. The Department of Neighborhoods will work with City Council offices in identifying civic associations that may be qualified to participate in the Program. Eligible organizations will be referred to pro bono legal counsel via the Houston Volunteer Lawyers Program (HVLP). The Department of Neighborhoods will not directly assist with the drafting or modification of deed restrictions but rather act as a...
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