In the past few weeks, our district has been rocked by tragedy and disbelief with the death of Josue Flores. This past weekend, Council Member Karla Cisneros hosted Calle Seguras: Workshops to Keep Our Streets Safe.
Thank you for all who attended and gained more insight into making our neighborhoods safer. Also, thanks to the different City Departments, law enforcement agencies and external organizations, who served as resources for the community.
As we continue to heal, we must also continue to work together in open dialogues about community based solutions for District H.
is the City of Houston's annual business plan competition aimed at empowering new and emerging businesses. Business workshops and mentorship opportunities will provide support and information on the creation of a business plan, starting a business, and potentially win money along the way.
To be eligible, applicants must be in the start-up phase of their business which means they either must have a developed business idea or have a business in operation for less than one year, with revenue less than $10,000. Contestants must live in the Houston city limits.
The City of Houston Office of Emergency Management (OEM) is reminding Houstonians that Hurricane Season began on June 1st and runs through November 30th. Houstonians should take steps to begin the process of preparing.
Storms like Alison, Ike and Carla have all impacted Houston at various times throughout the season, so it's important to prepare now.
Know where to go to get updated information. T
his includes local television and radio, as well as official websites such as: