Shell Property Acquisition

On Thursday October 31st, District K community members joined Mayor Sylvester Turner as he signed the purchase agreement for the 28 acre Shell Research Center on Gasmer, adjacent to the Willow Waterhole Greenway.

This purchase will allow significantly more detention in the northern region of the district to help prevent residents from repeatedly flooding, specifically in the Westbury area. Mayor Turner and I are committed to mitigating flooding and this city project is a step in the right direction. This was a true community collaboration and I am so proud of the work we did to make this happen. State Rep Shawn Thierry said it best, “This is good government at work.”

Grateful Gathering 2019

We have so much to be grateful for. The District K staff and I can’t wait to celebrate this season of thanksgiving with the seniors in our community. It’s going to be an afternoon of line dancing, great food and lots of fun. Don’t forget to rsvp and let us know you are coming. See you there!

Almeda Road at Knight Rd. Waterline Break Emergency Repair

The weekend of November 2nd, my office and the City of Houston Public Works Department responded to a catastrophic, 7’ longitudinal split of an iron pipe water line.

After receiving multiple calls, the District K team and I went out to survey the repairs, deliver bottled water, and assist businesses and residents with plumbing needs. The District K team looks forward to continuing to engage with neighbors in the various communities along Almeda and Knight Rd.

Fort Bend Houston Complete Community Kick Off

On Tuesday October 29th we kicked off public engagement for the Fort Bend Houston Complete Community initiative. It was exciting to see both familiar and new faces providing feedback on the Fort Bend they envision, as we work to build Houston forward.

We encourage everyone to use the below link to sign-up to receive the Fort Bend Complete Community newsletter. Don’t miss out on the opportunities to provide feedback and guide the progress of this initiative.

Hallelujah Night

I’m happy to report once again the District K pumpkin decorating table was a huge hit!

Thank you Pastor Andre Jermaine Lewis and the entire New Faith staff for collaborating with the Houston Police Department, HPD Storefront Association, Vince Young Foundation and the City of Houston to provide a safe, fun evening for District K residents.

W. Bellfort to Bissonnet Street
42-inch Water Line Replacement

On October 16th the District K office attended the W. Bellfort to Bissonnet Street 42-inch water line replacement public meeting. We are excited about all the infrastructure projects that are occurring in District K. If you were not able to attend the meeting but would like a copy of the presentation, please contact our office at [email protected] or 832.393.3016.

Run-off Election Voter Registration Deadline

This December (run-off election), you can vote at any location in Harris County during Early Voting and on Election Day. Find a location near you at or text VOTE to 1-833-YES (937) -0700.

Dates to know

Last day to register to vote: November 14
Last day to apply for ballot by mail: December 3
Early Voting:
November 27 | 7am–7pm
December 2nd –7th | 7am–7pm
December 8 | 1pm–6pm
December 9 -10 | 7am-7pm
Election Day:
December 14 | 7am–7pm

What you’ll need to vote

Make sure you bring one of these accepted forms of identification:
• Texas Driver License issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)
• United States Passport (book or card)
• United States Military Identification Card containing the person’s photograph
• United States Citizenship Certificate containing the person’s photograph
• Texas Handgun License issued by DPS
• Texas Election Identification Certificate issued by DPS
• Texas Personal Identification Card issued by DPS
Don’t have an acceptable form of ID?
If a voter does not possess and cannot reasonably obtain a photo ID, they may still cast a regular ballot by presenting a supporting form of ID and executing a Reasonable Impediment Declaration, noting the voter’s reasonable impediment to obtaining an acceptable form of photo identification.

About the ballot

Find your specific sample ballot at The items on your ballot may vary depending on which area of the county you reside.
When you go vote, you can bring a marked sample ballot or a Voters Guide into the voting booth with you. If you have a disability or need translation support, please ask for assistance.

Fort Bend Houston Residents
The above dates are applicable to you as well. To date, the Fort Bend County Clerk has not updated the elections webpage. I have included the link below so that you may access all information related to what you need to vote and finding your polling location. Do not hesitate the contact the District K office if you need assistance 832.393.3016.

Voting in Fort Bend County