Category Archives: Projects

Knollwood Village/Braeswood Place and Woodside Neighborhood Reconstruction Projects are Finally Completed

Over the past year, the Public Works and Engineering Dept. (PWE) has managed two (2) simultaneous neighborhood street reconstruction projects within the South Braeswood area – NSR 451, collectively encompasses the neighborhoods of Knollwood Village and the southern portion of Braeswood Place (south of Brays Bayou); and NSR 446A, which encompasses the northern portion of the Woodside neighborhood. "I want to thank all three neighborhoods for their patience during these two construction projects. Finally, both projects are substantially completed," states Council Member Green.      The final stage of both NSR projects is for Centerpoint to authorize the installation of decorative street...
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Special Minimum Lot Size and Minimum Building Line Application Process

city of houston department of Planning and DevelopmentCouncil Member Green facilitated two (2) District-wide community meetings so staff from the Planning and Development Department ("Planning") could better inform civic leaders about recent amendments to Chapter 42 of the City of Houston Code of Ordinances and offer new tools to help protect and preserve your neighborhoods. Revisions to Chapter 42 extend the minimum lot size and minimum building line requirements to neighborhoods within the corporate boundaries of the City of Houston that do not have a minimum lot size or minimum building lines...
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Report Unnecessary City Signs to 3-1-1

118Do you see city signs on the road and elsewhere that no longer apply or are not necessary anymore? Call 3-1-1 or go to www.houston311.org to report these signs so we can take a look and determine if it's time for them to be removed or replaced with something more up-to-date and less confusing. Examples include street name signs or "No Parking without Permit" signs in places where permits are no longer needed. In addition, the current campaign season is underway and illegal campaign signs need to...
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US 90A Informational meeting – Thursday, October 17

TxDoT LogoThe Texas Dept. of Transportation (TxDOT) is scheduled to install center traffic barriers along the US 90A corridor (South Main St.) extending from Hiram Clarke Rd. to Beltway 8. The center traffic barriers construction project is scheduled to start on November 4, 2013. The District K office, in conjunction with State Representative Alma Allen, is hosting an informational meeting on Thursday, October 17 at 10:30 a.m. at the Fountain Life Center (14065 South Main St. @ Hillcroft Ave) – see attached flyer. This construction project will highlight the traffic control...
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