After months of committee deliberations, the Walkable Places initiative is front and center in the public eye, with a series ofmeetingsplanned throughout the city to gather community input on proposed ordinances that will help encourage more walkable, pedestrian-friendly development. Join in and have your opinions heard! Read more.
A Bright Spot in My Day
I am deeply honored to tell you that on October 9, the Houston City Council confirmed Mayor Turner’s appointment of me to be the new Director of Houston’s Planning & Development Department. Read more.
This month, the 100th BCycle station has been installed! Also, the Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) brings you exciting updates.
There are many roads, intersections and underpasses across the City of Houston that are prone to flooding in the event of heavy rainfall. Read more.
Vision Zero Houston is a commitment to end traffic deaths and serious injuries by 2030 and improve mobility for all Houstonians who drive, walk, bike, use a wheelchair, and take public transit. The new executive committee met on October 15. Read more.
Mark your calendars! Join Mayor Sylvester Turner, City staff and community representatives to kick off Complete Communitiesmeetings in Alief, Fort Bend Houston, Kashmere Gardens, Magnolia Park – Manchester, and Sunnyside.Read more.
Stay up to date on Houston platting and permitting activity with these P&D publications: Plat ReportandPermit Report. View here.