District H News
March 7th: District H Town Hall
Capital Improvement Plan & Impact of Hurricane Harvey
Join Council Member Cisneros, Mayor Turner, City Departments, and FEMA in a District H Town Hall to discuss the Capital Improvement Project process and the impact of Hurricane Harvey on funding. After project updates, constituents will participate in constituent breakout sessions to discuss neighborhood recovery centers, home repair, and get info from City departments and FEMA.
When? March 7, 2018, 6:30 - 8 pm
Where? Moody Park, 3725 Fulton Street
Give Your Input On Floodplain Ordinance - Deadline EXTENDED
The City of Houston is considering  revisions to Chapter 19  to ensure new dwellings are built high enough save lives and property in the event of flooding. The City is seeking public input on the proposed revisions.


Updated Timeline:
Mon., 3/5/18: Public input closes
Thurs., 3/15/18: Draft ordinance posted
Wed., 3/21/18: Draft ordinance presented to Council for vote
Early Voting Through 3/2;
Election Day 3/6, Free METRO Rides
  • Early voting is now underway. You can cast your vote at any polling location listed here through March 2nd or at their assigned polling location on Election Day (March 6th).
  • METRO is offering free rides to Houston area polling locations. Voters can ride at no charge on Tuesday, March 6th, 7 am to 7 pm. Voters should inform bus operators or fare inspectors they are going to or returning from the polls in order to receive free rides.
Volunteers: Help Harvey Victims In Need
Houston Still Needs You!
The flood waters have receded and the trash piles have been picked up, but there are still many people who need help rebuilding their homes and their lives – Houston Still Needs You! This campaign is working to recruit and engage volunteers to work with area non-profits who are providing relief and recovery services to flood victims across Houston . If you are interested in volunteering, apply here.
Looking For a Job This Summer?
Sign Up For Hire Houston Youth!
The Mayor's Hire Houston Youth (HHY) program is seeking employers and applicants for Summer 2018. HHY links government institutions, businesses, community organizations, and schools to offer summer internship and job opportunities to youth ages 16 to 24. Click here to apply.
Beware Utility Scammers!
In a public utility scam, criminals pose as utility company representatives and try to steal customers’ money or personal information . If you believe you have been the victim of a scam or fraud, report it to the local police, FBI, Federal Trade Commission, and the local Better Business Bureau. Click here for tips for spotting utility scams.
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!