District H News
Independence Heights Block Party & Resource Fest This Saturday
Join the community of Independence Heights for a fun filled day of music, entertainment, Harvey Recovery resources and more at the Block Party & Resource Fest. The event features more than 20 resource vendors providing free information and giveaways. In addition, you can join volunteers with the Mission Continues as they help clean up public spaces around the community. Find more info here.
When:  Tomorrow, October 14, 2017, 1-7pm
Where: Independence Heights Park, 603 E. 35th Street
Applying For Grant Funding With The Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund?
Round 2 of funding from the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund has been opened by Greater Houston Community Foundation today , October 13th. Non-profits interested in learning about the Round 2 Grant application and process can find the latest information here.
Long Waits Calling 311?
Due to a high influx of calls after Harvey, constituents may experience long wait times. To bypass long waits entirely, report your issue online or download the app for your iPhone or Android.
Arts All Around Festival in 2nd Ward
October 21st
Come see live performances, try your hand at your own art creation or performance in a hands-on activity! To find out more info or RSVP to this free, family-friendly event, click here.
When? Saturday, Oct. 21, from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
               333 S. Jensen Drive
East End Street Fest October 21st
Take the whole family to the East End Street Fest next Saturday for free family fun! The three block area on Navigation will feature a music stage, DJs, painters, sculptors, street performers, a large kid's zone, and plenty of food options. Click here for more info and to register for free!
Reminder: Recycling Still Suspended
SPREAD THE WORD:  Due to post-Harvey debris pickup, recycling has been indefinitely suspended . Please refrain from putting the green cans on the curb as they will not be picked up. Recycling may be dropped off at your local neighborhood depository, details here.
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!