District H News
District H Town Hall Resources & Recordings
The District H Town Hall that occurred on Monday, April 25th featured an introduction to the City's redistricting process that is now available online here. The public is encouraged to submit their own districting plan or may propose that certain voting precincts, neighborhoods, or locations be included in a specific district. Learn more here.

Houston Public Works' Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) presentation for District H can be viewed on the District H website. Please note that the presentation provides CIP highlights and does not include all District H projects planned, in progress, or completed.

The full recording of the District H Town Hall, including both redistricting as well as the District's Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) will be available soon on the HTV site here (under Press Conferences / Events Around Town & More). As a reminder, the public can attend any Town Hall meeting, a list of which can be viewed on the Redistricting website here.
Secure your Summer Employment with TechConnect
There are still spots available for the TechConnect Summer Internship Interview Day this Saturday, April 30th. To receive an invitation to interview, young people, aged 16-24, should submit an application through this link. The internship also meets Federal Work-Study requirements for Eligible HCC students. Learn all about TechConnect here.
Webinar TODAY: Child Friendly Cities Initiative
The Mayor’s Office of Education invites the public to the Child Friendly Cities Initiative (CFCI) Community Info Session. The webinar will preview the CFCI Action Plan which details how the City of Houston will address challenges faced by Houston’s youth. RSVP at https://bit.ly/38quIPQ.
When: TODAY, Apr 28th, 3:30-5pm
Where: Virtual
College & Career Day This Saturday at Moody Park
Texas State Representative Christina Morales is holding a College and Career Readiness Day on April 30th at Moody Park. The event is open to all high school seniors in District 145. There will be representatives from higher education and industry, as well as prizes, food, and entertainment. View the flyer here, register here, and come visit the TechConnect table!
When: Sat, Apr 30th, 10am-1pm
Where: Moody Park, 3725 Fulton
Piano in the Park Returns to Buffalo Bayou Park
Join Buffalo Bayou Partnership for a sing-along in the park. Multitalented pianist, Ben Chavez, brings his musical gifts to Buffalo Bayou with Piano in the Park this Sunday with “piano bar” performances at The Water Works. He even takes requests! 
When: Sun, May 1st, 4-6pm
Where: The Water Works, 105 Sabine St
Emotional Wellness Opportunity in Eastex-Jensen
Healthy Minds, Healthy Communities is a focused initiative to increase resiliency and emotional wellness through Community Learning Circles. CLCs equip community members with tools and training to support each other. The group is free to attend. Learn more and register here.
When: Eastex-Jensen CLC Wed, May 4th, 6-9pm (dinner provided)
Where: Northeast Community Center, 10918 Bentley St
Save the Date: East End Street Fest on May 7th
The 2022 East End Street Fest is a celebration of art, music and heritage in East End Houston. Come and enjoy performances by various Mexican and Chicano artists during Cinco de Mayo week. Admission is free! Follow this link for more details.
When: Sat, May 7th, 12-6pm
Where: 2600 Navigation Blvd
MKT Bridge Progress
Houston Public Works has shared some aerial photos of the MKT Trail bridge. Substantial completion of the project is anticipated by mid-July 2022. Keep up to date with Houston Parks Board here.
Workforce Development Lab Opens May 2nd
Harris County Pct. 2's Workforce Development Department is launching the Empower Lab, a community resource lab that provides access to free digital resources. The public is invited to the grand opening on May 2nd. View full flyer here.
When: Mon, May 2nd at 11am
Where: Raul C. Martinez Courthouse Annex, 1001 Staff Sgt Macario Garcia
Lights Out for Birds
The Texas Coast, including the Houston area, is an important migratory path for birds. Most migratory birds fly at night, and lights on buildings can disorient birds on their paths. Businesses and individuals across the city are encouraged to turn off all nonessential lights from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. throughout spring, and especially during the peak period of April 23rd-May 10th. 
Take the City of Houston's ARPA Survey
Help Houston prioritize American Rescue Plan Act dollars by sharing your opinions and comments in the ARPA survey. What programs do you believe the City of Houston should allocate ARPA funds? Access the survey here.
HPD Hosting Police Week 2022
The Houston Police Department invites the community to participate in National Police Week from this Monday (May 2), through Friday, May 6. This annual event allows our city to celebrate the contributions police officers make to our communities. Additionally, there will be a Positive Interaction Program (PIP) meeting, featuring Sgt Clark from Vehicular Crimes Division.

PIP Meeting: Tues, May 3rd at 7pm
Where: 1602 State St.

Day of Prayer Ceremony: Wed, May 4th at 10am
Where: Edward A. Thomas Building, 1200 Travis 

Annual Police Week Memorial Service: Fri, May 6th at 7pm
Where: Houston Police Officers Memorial, 2400 Memorial
Reduced Adoption Fees at BARC
BARC Animal Shelter and Adoptions is taking action to reduce overcrowding at its facility by reducing adoption fees from May 3-15. Adopt a pet for only $10! The public is encouraged to stop by BARC’s Adoption Center at 3300 Carr St. from 12 – 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday or visit their website here to see all adoptable pets online. 

Need Additional Resources?
Check out our District H Resources Page for links and more information about available resources. Resources are updated every week.
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!