District H News
Council Member Cisneros to Host 2nd of 4 TechConnect Fairs On 6/22
Learn to code, participate in interactive tech activities, and enjoy  FREE FAMILY FUN  at the second of four annual TechConnect Fairs. HCC, AECOM, and more will join Council Member Cisneros at this Friday's event. Click here for details on each of the 2018 TechConnect Fairs.
When: Friday, June 22nd, 1 pm - 4 pm
Where: Carnegie Library, 1050 Quitman St.
Halls Bayou Watershed Public Meeting TONIGHT , 6/20
Live in the Halls Bayou Watershed? Bring your questions and ideas regarding the 2018 Harris County Flood Control District Bond Program and learn about protection projects to be funded with $2.5 billion in proceeds from the bond election to be held Aug. 25. These meetings have been declared to be special meetings of Harris County Commissioners Court so that members of Commissioners Court may attend and participate. Learn more here .
When: Wednesday, 6/20/18, 6-8 pm
Where: North East Harris County Community Center, 10918 1/2 Bentley Street
Independence Heights:
Support Community Art
Join Council Member Cisneros, Fresh Arts, and the Independence Heights Redevelopment Council for an info session on local resources to help support community artists and local art projects.

When: Monday, June 25th, 6-7 pm
Where: Independence Heights Community Center, 603 E. 35th St.
Near Northside Bike Route Expansion
Workshop TONIGHT , 6/20
Come participate in this community workshop, focused on proposed bicycle routes in the Near Northside area. The mobility workshop will also be looking at connections to surrounding neighborhoods. Activities will include selecting bikeway projects that are important to you and contributing to how they are designed.

When: Wed., 6/20/18, 6-8 pm | Where: Moody Park Community Center, 3725 Fulton
City of Houston Floodplain Ordinance & Chapter 19 Guidelines
The City is seeking public input on Chapter 19, which includes the City of Houston’s Floodplain Ordinance. The City adopted amendments to Chapter 19 in April 2018 and Chapter 19 will become effective on September 1, 2018. To learn about the Floodplain Ordinance, Chapter 19 Guidelines, public meetings, FAQs, and how to submit your input, click here for more information and to submit input on Chapter 19 Guidelines before June 29th.
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!