Happening Tonight! HPD Southwest Command Station Resumes In Person PIP Meetings
Removal and Replacement of Sidewalk Ramps and Driveways on Aspen Meadow
Construction work to remove and replace sidewalks, ramps and driveways from 8926 Aspen Meadow to 8838 Aspen Meadow will begin May 3, 2021 and expected to be complete by June 3, 2021. Houston Public Works Project Manager is Jose Laguna and the construction work will be done by contractor, Grava, LLC. Impacted residents will receive notice and contact information on the project prior to start.
Verizon Innovative Learning School
District K’s Fondren Middle School has been selected to be a Verizon Innovative Learning School! This is an awesome opportunity for students enrolled in the Fondren International Baccalaureate Magnet Program for the 2021-2022 school year. The students will receive a laptop device with 24-hour free internet and technology support.
United Way Offers Grant Funding Opportunity
The United Way of Greater Houston’s Second Century Vision has a funding opportunity with awards ranging between $100,000 to $2 million for non-profit organizations that assist individuals and families in the Greater Houston community to thrive. Eligible organizations are those that assist individuals and families in attaining sustainable quality of living via: financial stability, support for early child and youth development, health care, etc.
Funding will be awarded for up to a three-year commitment subject to performance and/or available revenue annually throughout the funding cycle. The deadline to apply is June 7, 2021. Click the link below for more information.
HCAD Encourages Homeowners to Take Advantage of Homestead Exemptions
The Harris County Appraisal District is encouraging homeowners to take advantage of homestead exemptions. For more information see the flyer linked below or call 713.957.7800, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Property owners may obtain an application online at www.hcad.org under “Forms.”
Save the Date! Coffee and Virtual Conversation with DON May 20, 2021
District K residents are invited to a virtual coffee and conversation with the Department of Neighborhoods (DON) on May 20, 2021, 10;00 AM – 12:00 PM. Be sure to sign up to attend by May 18, 2021: Attend DON Coffee and Virtual Conversation.
Construction Update for Chimney Rock & S. Rice Bridges
As part of the Chimney Rock and South Rice Bridge construction projects, both northbound and southbound lanes across both bridges will be reduced from two lanes down to one lane between North Braeswood and South Braeswood Boulevards, but the dedicated left turn lanes on the bridges will remain available. The lane reductions on the bridges will occur this week. Additionally, in the coming weeks, the lanes will also be reduced on North Braeswood and South Braeswood Boulevards from two lanes down to one lane at both Chimney Rock Road and South Rice Avenue.
We appreciate your patience and understanding as we demolish and replace the current bridges with higher, longer, and wider bridges. This will increase the channel’s capacity, allowing for more flood waters to flow throughout Brays Bayou. Construction is expected to be completed by Winter 2021/2022.