District H News
Don't Forget About Your Neighborhood's National Night Out Oct 2nd!
Next Tuesday ( October 2nd ) evening is the annual National Night Out (NNO) in Houston. Council Member Cisneros and her staff will be attending each District H neighborhood NNO event, joining law enforcement and neighbors. NNO is an opportunity to meet your neighbors and work with law enforcement, making communities stronger and safer!  Click here for info on NNO .
  • Denver Harbor
  • Sunbeam Curry
  • Oaklawn-Fullerton
  • Second Ward SN #63
  • East Sunset Heights
  • Montie Beach
  • First Ward Civic Club
  • Old Sixth Ward Civic Club
  • Avenue Place
  • Norhill Civic Club
  • Melrose Civic Club
  • Historic Near Northside
  • Lindale Park
  • North Lindale Civic Club
  • Woodland Heights
  • Burbank Middle School
  • North Houston Early College HS
  • Friends of Woodland Park
  • Independence Heights SN #13
  • Victory Outreach of Houston
  • Fulton Village Apartments (October 1st)
  • Glen Park Civic Club
  • Avenue Station Apartments
  • UH-Downtown
  • MD Anderson YMCA
  • Northside High School
  • Clemente Martinez Elementary
  • Marshall Middle School
  • Irvington Village Apartments
  • Primrose Casa Bella Senior Apartments
  • Independence Hall Apartments
  • Herrera Elementary PTO
  • Sam Houston High School
Near Northside: Cigna Streets
Don't miss this unique opportunity to enjoy walking, running, dancing or cycling with friends and family during Cigna Sunday Streets in the Near Northside. On October 7th from 12-4 pm, Irvington Blvd will be closed to motorized traffic between Bigelow and Cavalcade Streets. Click here for info.
Carnegie Library: Teen Poetry Workshop
Join Houston Poet Laureate, Deborah "D.E.E.P" Mouton, for a youth poetry workshop on Undoing Generational Stereotypes. All are welcome, but the event is designed for middle and high school students. Click here for info.
When: TODAY, September 27, 4-5 pm
Where: Carnegie Library, 1050 Quitman Street
Emergency Response Training
Cafe College Open House
The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program helps train people to be better prepared to respond to emergency situations in their communities. This class is coordinated by the City of Houston Homeland Security, is taught by subject matter experts, and is free. Held on Mondays 9/10 - 10/29 at Greater First Baptist Church in Independence Heights ( 4411 Haygood St. ), you can send an email here to register and get more info.
Prepare for FAFSA month in October by popping into Cafe College's Open House where you can see how Cafe College can help you and your students this school year with college and career planning needs.
When: Sept 25-28th, 8:30am-7:30 pm
Where: 1050 Quitman
Mayor's Town Hall Meetings On Upcoming City Referendum Elections
Come get the facts and ask your questions at Mayor Sylvester Turner's town hall meetings about the Rebuild Houston and Fire Union salary referendum elections on the November 6, 2018 ballot. If you missed the District H meeting on 9/10, you can find dates for upcoming town hall meetings here . A one-page fact sheet on the vote can be found on the District H website , along with a link to the Mayor's Town Hall PowerPoint presentation. If you'd like to watch presentations on the topic given to Council Committees, click below. Budget & Fiscal Affairs, 7/26 ; Budget and Fiscal Affairs 9/4; Transportation, Technology, & Infrastructure, 8/13
Volunteers Needed
Helpful Info For Hurricane Harvey Survivors
High school juniors and seniors are to attend Mayor Turner's Youth Career Expo to discover career opportunities. Volunteers are needed! Click to sign up. When: 10/4, 9 am - 12 pm
Where: NRG Park, Hall E, Nrg Pkwy
As a hurricane survivor, you may need to repair or rebuild your home. The American Red Cross and the National Alliance Against Home Repair Fraud (NAAHRF) is available to talk to you about about typical scams surrounding repairs/rebuilds and how to avoid unscrupulous practices and insurance issues. Click here for more info.
Download the 311 app to your Android or iPhone . When you see an issue in your neighborhood,  use the app to report it . You can even include photos! If you prefer to talk directly to a representative about your issue, or want to request information about City resources, birth certificates, elections, and more, call 713-837-0311. Remember: Always call 911 in the case of an emergency!