Mobile Testing Sites

As we re-open the city of Houston and people begin to be together again, it is still important to continue our testing efforts. Please note the mobile testing site at Hiram Clarke Multi-Service Center in District K will have 100 tests available each day starting May 5th – 9th. You do not need an appointment and walk up patrons are accepted. If you have any questions about testing or testing locations please contact the COVID-19 Call Center at 832-393-4220.
Schedule your appointment today!

Disposable Masks are Available at the following Community Centers While Supplies Last

Platou Community Center
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
(During drive through lunch pick-up)
11655 Chimney Rock Rd. 77035
Windsor Village Community Center
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
(During drive through lunch pick-up)
14441 Croquet Lane 77085
Townwood Park Community Center
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
(During drive through lunch pick-up)
3402 Simsbrook Drive 77045
The CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies) especially in areas of significant community-based spread. These face coverings are to protect others. Unfortunately this virus does not have a play book. An individual can look and feel fine but still be a carrier of COVID-19. Because you can be asymptomatic and spread this virus, these face covering are an added layer of protection for you and me. The N-95 respirator masks are critical supplies that should be reserved for heatlhcare professionals and other first responders. If you have a bandana or scarf, those can work just as well. There are also YouTube videos that explain how to make no-sew face coverings. Click here for YouTube instructions.
Please note: Private businesses CAN require you to wear a mask or face covering at their locations. Remember the face coverings are to protect each other.
The Houston Health Department is is reporting !!!!!! confirmed cases and !!!!! deaths as of yesterday. Our goal in the COH is to continue to ramp up testing throughout the city. A mobile unit will be at the Hiram Clarke Multi Service Center, May 5th -9th. Tuesday through Friday the testing time is 10:00 am to 4 pm and Saturday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Residents can drive through or walk up. Call the Houston Health Department for your appointment at 832-393-4220.
If you have any questions feel free to email us at [email protected] or call us at 832-393-3016. Stay safe, healthy and hopeful!
On Saturday I sent out a message to District K residents asking for your feedback, thoughts and concerns pertaining to the upcoming city council vote pertaining to the proposed solid waste container fee. I have spent the weekend reading and responding to your messages. I wanted to share some of the messages I received with all of you, so you can see the views of others in our district. If you are interested in seeing some of the responses I received click here.
If you missed the original email, here it is:
On Wednesday, the City Council will vote to establish a fee for the lease and management of containers for garbage and recyclables for residential units; establishing an effective date. I have included the background information for your review and would like to hear your thoughts.
The proposed lease fee for garbage and recycling containers would be .57 per container for a total of $1.14 per household, per month. The $1.14 bin lease fee would be included on your monthly water bill and would become effective July 1, 2020. The proposed lease fee would support purchasing of black and green containers; replacement parts and tools; rolling stock and personnel to support deliveries and customer service in the four solid waste operations quadrants.
To review the Background info on the Cover Sheet click here.
Container Lease FAQs click here.
SWM Original Ordinance with redlines click here.
SWM Amended Ordinance click here.
I want to hear from residents, as I realize that many in our community are facing hardships due to COVID-19. I also want you to know the impact on the solid waste department’s operations if we do not vote to support this item. Tough decisions are being made in our individual homes as well as our local city government.
If you have questions please email me and I will try to get the answers to you as soon as possible. Thank you to the residents that have called and emailed us, both in support and opposition the proposed container lease fee. I appreciate your participation as these are not easy decisions.

Food Distribution ContinuesThrough May

The Windsor Village Church Family partners with the City of Houston and Houston Food Bank at The Power Center to deliver fresh produce (fruits and vegetables) to our community in District K. If you know of a family in need, please share.
Tuesday, May 5, 2020
3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
@ The Power Center Parking Lot
12401 S. Post Oak Road
Houston, TX 77085
This distribution site will serve the community weekly through May 30th on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
Volunteers are needed! If you are available to volunteer sign up here. The Food Bank has requested volunteers work in one of 2 shifts: sorting (9:00 am – 2:00 pm) and distribution (2:00 pm – 6:00pm).
“No one can do everything,
but everyone can do something!”