October 25th, 2016
Putting Books in the Hands
of Children

Last Saturday, residents, families and partners came out to Carnegie Library to help us build 7 more Little Free Libraries, which will be located at apartment complexes throughout District H!

Each library left our event full of children's books. If you would like to learn more about Council Member Cisneros' Little Free Library project, feel free to contact us!
Grants for Artists!

Council Member Cisneros is hosting two grant workshops with the  Houston Arts Alliance , the City's designated local arts and cultural agency, to promote art in District H. The workshops will provide an overview of eligibility, deadlines, grant writing tips and other workshop opportunities. Individuals artists, arts organizations, community centers, and
community-based organizations with arts and cultural programming are invited to participate. 

When and Where:

  • Denver Harbor Multiservice Center, November 7, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

  • Clark Park Community Center, November 15, 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm 
 Share Your Feedback for Plan Houston!
In 2015, Houston's City Council took the groundbreaking step of adopting the city's first General Plan, Plan Houston. The City of Houston is now actively working towards achieving the community goals laid out in Plan Houston, and we need your input!

Share your thoughts on what the City
should be focusing on by responding to
this brief survey

Your input ensures that the City will use its limited resources in the most effective means possible to improve our community.
The survey is open from
October 14, 2016 through November 25, 2016 .
Early Voting is in full swing!

Early Voting began on Monday, October 24, and ends on Friday, November 4.  Election Day is Tuesday, November 8. Having a game plan—knowing when and where you are going to vote, and how you will get there—is important! Between work, family, weather, traffic and all the unexpected things life throws our way, it's easy to forget to vote. Follow these helpful steps to get you started:

1. Check your voter registration status.
2. Look over a sample ballot so you know who and what you're voting for.
4. Choose your polling location, date, and time so you don't have to rush. 
5. Go vote, and encourage others to do the same!