Attached is the Transportation, Technology, and Infrastructure (TTI) Council Committee agenda – scheduled for Thursday, April 4 at 10:00 a.m., City Hall Council Chambers (901 Bagby St., 2nd Floor).Read more
- Welcome Remarks – Council Member David W. Robinson, Chair
- Houston Public Works Data Center Replacements
- Al Garcia, Chief Technology Officer, Houston Public Works
- Public Comments
Harvey Legislation Passes out of Senate ChamberDear Family, This week marks the halfway point of the 86th Legislative Session and several pieces of important legislation have passed the Senate. Hurricane Harvey devastated the Gulf Coast more than a year and a half ago. Hundreds of thousands in Houston were impacted with the loss of vehicles, homes and prized irreplaceable possessions. This week, the Texas Senate unanimously passed a trio of key Harvey bills that I joint-authored, designed to help communities still struggling to recover and prepare for the next natural disaster by utilizing $1.8 million from...
Houston LISC launched the 2019 cycle of small grants in January. LISC's small grants are tools to support resident-led initiatives, spark projects that advance the community's vision and build neighborhood capacity. These grants are made available through LISC's GO Neighborhoods initiative, a place-based and neighborhood-driven approach to comprehensive community development in Houston. These grants will focus on community organizing and engagement and advancing quality of life. Funding is available to all GO Neighborhoods as a priority, and other neighborhoods on a case by case basis. Have a great idea to improve...Read more
District K Capital Improvement Plan Community Meeting Wednesday, March 20, 6:30PM– 8PM The Fountain Life Center, 14083 S. Main (at Hillcroft) Mayor Sylvester Turner invites the community to participate in the annual spring meetings in each council district to discuss capital improvement projects and hurricane recovery programs. The mayor will also explain a reframed approach to improving neighborhood drainage and streets. The City of Houston’s Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is a 5-year plan that list projects the City of Houston intends to construct. City representatives from the Public Works Dept., General Services Dept., and Parks & Recreation Dept. will attend the CIP meeting....Read more