November/December  2015
District K
Contact Information

 900 Bagby, First Floor

Houston, TX 77002


Main Office:

832-393-3016 Office

832-395-9410 Fax 


Satellite Office:

832-393-4203 Office 

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District K Welcomes New Mayor-Elect
Sylvester Turner
Congratulations to Mayor-Elect Sylvester Turner on a successful mayoral campaign.  This past run-off election was a very close mayoral race between State Representative Sylvester Turner and former Kemah Mayor Bill King.  "I want to thank the District K residents that came out in record numbers to participate in this important City election," states Council Member Green. "This election  illustrated that District K is a strong voting district that positively impacts citywide elections."
District K also welcomes 2 new At-Large council members, Mike Knox (At-Large #1) and Amanda Edwards (At-Large #4) in addition to a new City Controller, Chris Brown. The other 2 At-Large council members, David Robinson (At-Large #2) and Jack Christie (At-Large #5) won their respective races and will retain the council seats.
The mayoral inauguration is scheduled for January 4, 2016.
Stadium Park
University of Texas Announces a Major Expansion into District K 
The University of Texas announced a major Houston expansion last month that will locate their facility within District K. UT approved the acquisition of more than 300 acres within an area known as Buffalo Pointe, south of the I-610 Loop and about 3.5 miles from the Texas Medical Center.  Buffalo Speedway runs through the proposed site, which is immediately north of Holmes Rd., east of South Main St. and west of Kirby Dr.
Although specific plans for the land have not yet been decided, the UT team will convene a task force of civic leaders, legislators, academic and health presidents, faculty, students and regents, along with other constituents, to begin the planning process for the property.
"This overall development will be a game changer for this large vacant land. I believe the UT facility will further enhance the quality of development for this area of the council district and foster economic development for the entire city," states Council Member Green.
Hiram Clarke
Council Member Green Officiates Groundbreaking of New Southwest HPD Substation
Council Member Green broke ground on the new Southwest HPD Substation that is scheduled to start construction in January 2016. The groundbreaking event is scheduled for Thursday, December 17, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. in the Cambridge Village Park parking lot, 13000 Nitida St.
Council Member Green states, "I'm thrilled that this new Southwest HPD Substation has finally gotten underway. The District K constituents being served by the Southwest HPD Command Division have repeatedly advocated for a more centralized location of their HPD substation. Through continually working with the District K council office, their persistent requests have been heard."
The new substation will use approximately 13.6 acres out of the 85 acres within Cambridge Village Park. The project is budgeted for $20.9 million which includes $1.5 million for design and $19.4 million for construction & equipment. As part of this HPD substation project, there will be upgrades to the existing park playground and an enlarged parking that will serve both the substation and Cambridge Village Park patrons.
The proposed 50,000 square foot substation will replace the small, dilapidated facility located along Beechnut St. The strategic location of this facility within Cambridge Village Park eliminated the need to purchase land. The City owns the land which saved the taxpayers money on any additional acquisition costs. "This HPD facility will better serve the overall Southwest Command (beats 15 and 16) stretching from the South Braeswood community to the north and to the Fort Bend Houston community to the south."
The design team for this project consisted of a joint venture of Rey de la Reza (RDLR) Architects and Roth Sheppard Architects.  The construction manager selected is Manhattan Construction Company.  The new Southwest HPD Substation is anticipated to start in February 2016 and estimated completion is July 2015.
HPD coverage for the Southwest communities will not suffer due to the relocation of the new substation. "The HPD officers will merely report to the new substation, get their assigned vehicles, and go out on the streets responding to any and all calls. They'll merely have a larger, cleaner, more modern building to report to and return to each shift after they serve," states Council Member Green. 
HISD Hosts 2nd Community Bond Meeting for Madison High School 
HISD held a Madison High School Community Bond meeting to brief community stakeholders on the design schematics for the new school which is being built under the District's 2012 bond program.
As proposed by HISD, the new Madison High School will face West Orem Dr. instead of its current location along White Heather Dr. HISD expresse that this new defined entrance will integrate the new school into the community.
Morris Architects and District K's Archi*technics/3, Incorporated has been assigned to design this $82.7 million project. The school entrance will be flanked by a three-story academic wing to the east and performing arts and community spaces to the west. The gym and athletics area would be located to the northeast. Morris Architects praised the collaborative process involving the Madison High School Project Advisory Team (PAT), the school leadership, and HISD staff in the development of the design, which will also feature natural light and integrated technology.
The design team plans to continue to refine the entrance of the school to make it more identifiable from the current West Orem Dr. entrance. The two-story foyer will double as a dining commons and large gathering space.
"Since it will be another 50 years until we do this again, it has to be right for the community, as well as for the operation of the school," stated Council Member Green, who is a 1983 graduate of Madison High School.
Westbury is Celebrating 60 years in 2016
The Westbury community is gearing up for 2016 as it will celebrate 60 years for the Westbury Civic Club. The civic club is starting the planning process and looking for interested Westbury neighbors to participate and be a part of this celebratory process.
The Westbury Civic Club is seeking old photos from the 1950s to the present. The civic club is gathering photos from past neighborhood get-togethers, holiday gatherings with the neighbors, the neighborhood kids playing at the park, or anything that shows life within Westbury throughout the years. In addition, they are seeking old photos of the neighborhood streets and illustrations of the homes from throughout the decades. Contact the Westbury Civic Club office at 713-723-5437 or email a PDF scanned version to Jennifer Edmondson at .
More information about this planning procres willl be published in the Westbury Crier and on the Westbury social media website.
Brays Oaks
Glenshire Subdivision Protected By Minimum Lot Size Area Ordinance
This month, the Glenshire neighborhood was approved by City Council to establish a special minimum lot size area ordinance pursuant to Chapter 42 (City of Houston land development ordinance).
The Glenshire submittal resulted in four (4) separate special minimum lot size area applications. Application #1 consisted of Sections 1, 3, 5 and portion of 7; whereas the Planning and Development Dept. and the Houston Planning Commission recommend that City Council adopt an ordinance establishing a special minimum lot size of 8,040 square feet for the Glenshire Subdivision. Application #2 consisted of a portion of Sections 2 and 6 establishing a special minimum lot size of 8,711 square feet. Application #3 consisted of all of Sections 4, 8 and the remainder of 2 and 6 establishing a special minimum lot size of 9,070 square feet. Finally, application #4 consisted Sections 9 and the remainder of 7 establishing a special minimum lot size of 8,094 square feet.
If any District K neighborhood is unsure if their current deed restrictions do not address minimum lot size coverage, please arrange a meeting with the Planning & Development Dept. The contact person is Kevin Calfee at 832-393-6529 or . The District K office suggests you contact your deed restriction attorney to properly verify if the language exists within your most current deed restrictions.   
Council Member Green Plans to Host a Fondren Rd. Reconstruction Pre-Design Meeting
Next month, Council Member Green, in partnership with the Public Works & Engineering Dept. (PWE), will host a community meeting at Fondren Middle School relative to the proposed Fondren Rd. Reconstruction project slated for 2018. The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, January 26 at 6:30 p.m.
Currently, this CIP project is in the preliminary design phase; thus the public meeting is designed to gather community input regarding any challenges that may be associated with this reconstruction project. "I strongly encourage all Brays Oaks community stakeholders that reside on or near Fondren Rd. between South Braeswood Blvd. to West Airport Blvd to attend this interactive meeting," states Council Member Green.
For more information about this project, e-mail and reference the Fondren Rd. Reconstruction project. 
Fort Bend Houston
Work on the South Post Oak Rd. Rehabilitation Project Is Near Complete
Earlier this year, the City of Houston Public Works and Engineering Dept. (PWE) began the roadway rehabilitation project of South Post Oak Rd. between Beltway 8 and FM 2234 (McHard Rd.). This rehabilitation project involved extensive concrete panel work that would increase an additional lane on both the northbound and southbound lanes of South Post Oak Rd. between Beltway 8 to West Ridgecreek Dr. from 2 lanes to 3 lanes in each direction. This expansion should alleviate vehicular traffic that typically bottlenecks at West Ridgecreek Dr.    
In addition to the increase lanes, this rehabilitation project also repaired the most extreme segments of South Post Oak Rd. from West Ridgecreek Dr. to FM 2234. As part of this overall project, new upgraded traffic signals have been installed at the intersections of West Ridgecreek Dr. at South Post Oak Rd. and along Court Rd. at South Post Oak Rd. "This mobility enhancement should ease vehicular travel along South Post Oak Rd. Also, the signature overhead street name signage with the City of Houston logo mast onto the enhanced traffic signals along the West Ridgecreek Dr. and Court Rd. intersections should boost the aesthetics of this major commercial corridor," states Council Member Green.   
Like most major roadway projects (before the construction started), Council Member Green hosted an informational meeting at the Ridgemont Community Center where representatives from the abutting residential communities that feed onto South Post Oak Rd. were invited to engage the PWE project manager and the project contractor to ask questions about this infrastructure project.
"During the process of this infrastructure project, the District K office has monitored the progress of this project and kept communication lines open with the local community leaders of Ridgemont, Briar Villa, Mayfair Park, and Benchmark/Quail Bridge," states Council Member Green.
Council Member Green Plans to Host a Westridge Storm Drainage Pre-Design Meeting
Next month, Council Member Green, in partnership with the Public Works & Engineering Dept. (PWE), will host a community meeting at Longfellow Elementary relative to the proposed Westridge Area Storm Drainage project slated for 2019. The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, January 12 at 6:30 p.m.
Currently, this CIP project is in the preliminary design phase; thus this public meeting is designed to gather community input regarding any challenges that may be associated with this storm drainage project. "I recommend those residents within the Westridge and Knollwood Village subdivision (west of Buffalo Speedway) attend this interactive meeting. This includes those residing along the streets surrounding Linkwood Park and Longfellow Elementary," states Council Member Green.
For more information about this project, e-mail  and reference the Westridge Area Storm Drainage project.  
General District K News
Council Member Green Neighborhood Sightings (late October - mid December)
Council Member Green made his rounds to discuss District K initiatives. Listed below are community meetings Council Member Green and the District K staff have attended during late October through mid-December.
October 20 - Brays Oaks Management District Board meeting
October 21 - Glenshire Public Safety meeting
October 22 - Hiram Clarke Bridging the Community Divide meeting
October 26 - 2015 Keep Houston Beautiful Mayor's Proud Partners Award Luncheon
October 27 - Dowling Middle School Community Bond Meeting
October 29 - Houston Police Dept. After Dark in the Clark event
November 9 - Hiram Clarke/Fort Bend Houston PIP meeting
November 10 - Brays Oaks SNC meeting
November 12 - Transportation, Technology, & Infrastructure Committee meeting
November 12 - Fort Bend Houston SNC meeting
November 17 - Brays Oaks Management District Board meeting
November 18 - Westbury Area Improvement Corporation/Westbury SNC meeting
November 18 - Stadium Park Redevelopment Authority Board Meeting
November 19 - Joint Special-Called Transportation, Technology, & Infrastructure/Public Safety & Homeland Security Committee meeting
November 19 - Braeswood SNC Candidates Forum
November 20 - Fort Bend Houston Bridging the Community Divide meeting
November 20 - Five Corners Management District Board meeting
November 21 - Bee Busy Turkey Give-A-Way and Health Fair
December 1 - Brays Oaks SNC Holiday Gathering
December 3 - Madison High School Community Bond meeting
December 10 - Brays Oaks District/Southwest Houston 2000 Appreciation Awards Breakfast
December 10 - Fort Bend Houston SNC Holiday Gathering
December 14 - Transportation, Technology, & Infrastructure meeting
December 15 - Fairway Villas HOA Annual meeting
December 15 - Hiram Clarke Civic Club Holiday Gathering
December 16 - Westbury Civic Club Holiday Gathering
December 17 - Southwest HPD Substation Groundbreaking event
SAVE THE DATE - January 30, 2016 - Neighborhood 101 Workshop
The District K office will host a Neighborhood 101 workshop on Saturday, January 30th at 9:30 a.m. at Westbury High School (lecture room). The focus of this s 101 workshop will address the United Way of Greater Houston Community Building Grant Program.
The United Way has created a fund that focuses on community-building initiatives. This program provides grants from $1,000 to $10,000 for short term projects or one-time expenses that will have a positive impact in the community.
The District K office has arranged a program manager to educate and highlight the various entities of this program. Eligible groups for this program must be a non-profit organization which may include neighborhood organizations (i.e. civic associations), art groups, environmental groups, scouting troops, schools, churches, fraternal organizations, volunteer initiatives, and other similar groups. If you are in one of these categories, please save the date - January 30th - and attend this interactive and informative Neighborhood 101 workshop.
All attendees are asked to RSVP, due to limited seating in the Westbury High School lecture. Please contact Donald Perkins to RSVP via e-mail at-
District K Plans 2016 Arbor Day
Council Member Green will facilitate another Arbor Day event that will consist of planting additional trees within District K on Saturday, January 23rd.
This year's District K Arbor Day event will occur with the Brays Oaks and Westbury communities. The District K office is expected to plant 50, 15-gallon trees throughout this community. In addition, the Westbury Civic Club will plant an additional 30 trees within their respective community in collaboration with their upcoming 60-year anniversary celebration that will occur later in 2016. The 50, 15-gallon trees are being donated by Centerpoint and will be planted in collaboration with the Brays Oaks District and Trees for Houston.
Last year, District K lead the citywide Arbor Day event with over 400 volunteers. The Arbor Day tree planting event also cumulated in the planting of over 400, 15-gallon trees along the esplanades throughout the Hiram Clarke community. As part of Council Member Green's Klean it Up/Green it Up program in District K, he joined representatives of Trees for Houston and the Houston Parks Dept. to dedicate the trees and talk about their value to the neighborhood and the community.
"Thanks to the generosity of Centerpoint Energy, I'm looking forward to working with Trees for Houston again on the 2016 Arbor Day event. We are also lucky that the Brays Oaks District has agreed to sustain the Arbor Day trees as part of their operational maintenance budget. Following the Arbor Day, the Brays Oaks and Westbury area will have esplanades that are aesthetically equitable to other areas across the city," states Council Member Green.
This District K event will be in conjunction with the District K Klean It Up/Green It Up campaign. The Klean It Up/Green It Up campaign is an ongoing initiative focused on beautifying District K through tree plantings, the development of community gardens, an increased focus on recycling, and opening community farmer's markets, amongst other green initiatives. The campaign will continue to utilize special events, community partnerships, and a robust social media program to help educate residents on how to make District K a healthier, greener, and more environmentally friendly place to live and raise a family.
Specific details of the January 30 Arbor Day event are still being coordinated, so stay tuned. 

Has Your Civic Association Been Updated with the District K Council Office?

Update your civic association contacts with the District K council office. If your civic association has recently elected new officers, changed the primary contact person, new e-mail address, new contact number, and/or new or changed meeting location, time, or date, please take a moment to update your contact info with the District K council office.


Periodically, the District K office sends pertinent information about District K news and City of Houston topics of information relating to your neighborhood and neighborhood association. To ensure you and your civic association receive this information, we need you to update your contact info. Thank you for your help and your interest in District K. 

Houston Police Department Positive Interaction Program (PIP) meetings
District K has three (3) active PIP meetings administered by the Houston Police Department. All PIP meetings are open to the public; regardless of where you live.  
Southwest PIP Meeting (every 4th Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m.)
Pilgrim Lutheran Church
8601 Chimney Rock Rd.
Houston, TX 77096
For more information, please contact the HPD Westbury Storefront at 713-726-7126. The Westbury HPD Storefront hours are 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Hiram Clarke/Fort Bend Houston PIP Meeting (every 2nd Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m.)
Hiram Clarke HPD Storefront
4363 West Fuqua St.
Houston, TX 77053
For more information, please contact the HPD Hiram Clarke Storefront at 713-433-2720. The Hiram Clarke HPD Storefront hours are 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Braeburn PIP Meeting (every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m.)
Braeburn HPD Storefront
7576 West Bellfort Ave.
Houston, TX 77071
For more information, please contact the HPD Braeburn Storefront at 832-394-7555. The Braeburn HPD Storefront hours are 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
General City of Houston News
Holiday Safety Tips
The holiday season is upon us and we all need to be aware our surroundings during this season. Here is a link courtesy of the Houston Police Dept. that provide some safety tips during this holiday season:
As you venture out to a shopping center, try to park near a lighted area if you will are returning to your car after dark; have your keys ready to get into your vehicle so you are not looking for them; and do not leave shopping bags and packages in plain sight inside your vehicle.
Additionally, after opening gifts and un-boxing them, break the boxes down and put them in the trash or take them to a recycle bin. The Houston Police Dept. urges everyone not to put the box out for trash pickup. "You are advertising to a burglar that you got a new 60" smart TV if you put the box on the street curb as is," states Council Member Green.
Trees For Houston Offers Trees for Schools Program
Trees for Houston is sponsoring its "Our Trees For Schools Program" to provide and plant much needed trees on Houston area school campuses. Providing far more than shadier sidewalks, this program fosters a sense of pride and cooperation both in the students and in their surrounding communities. Participating schools are identified and selected based on recommendations from parents, teachers, principals and district administrators.
Once the candidate school has been selected, the campus grounds are surveyed in order to determine both the adequate number and appropriate species of trees that should be planted. As with all Trees For Houston plantings, the trees are maintained and monitored by Trees for Houston for two years to ensure survival.
Averaging about 25 campuses a year, Trees for Houston has planted nearly 40,000 trees at Houston area schools. These trees foster pride and cooperation in the students and their community.

To request trees at a school or access the Trees for Schools Program form, contact Trees for Houston at 713-840-8733 or  
CASE for Kids City Connections
Coordinated by Harris County Department of Education (HCDE), the CASE for Kids Division (The Center for After-School, Summer and Expanded Learning) is to strengthen, support and sustain after-school programs and out-of-school time activities. CASE believes a quality out-of-school time program provides avenues for opportunities for youth to excel, explore, and expand their horizons before school, after school, on weekends, and during the summer.
CASE for Kids City Connections, is a new initiative funded directly by the City of Houston to support organizations that address the need for youth services outside the school day. Projects will take place in a variety of locations including schools, community centers, and churches. Grants are designed to 1) meet individual City Council district need and 2) provide prevention -based programming that addresses gaps in services to youth. Proposed projects must serve youth in grades K-12 before school, after school, on weekends or during summer hours.  Some examples of out-of-school time activities that could possibly be funded through this new youth initiative include robotics camps, homework assistance, cheerleading/dance groups, and team sports.
The District K office recognized two (2) organizations that received CASE funding through this initiative. The organizations are PAIR which was award $2,250 and Young Audiences of Houston which was awarded $1,890.
To be eligible for funding, applicants are required to be a nonprofit organization designated by the IRS as having 501(c) 3 status for at least one year prior to August 2015. Applications will also be accepted from, established charter schools, faith-based organizations, or civic groups. All applicants must serve youth located in the city of Houston.
To apply for funding, interested organizations will submit two documents for review and a formal application to CASE for Kids. CASE for Kids will review applications by city council district and will consult with each Houston City Council Members to make final selections for funding. 
Grant awards will range from $2,000-$10,000. New funding will be provided to out-of-school time organizations next Spring. Applications are due by January 29, 2016 for funding availability from March 1 to May 31. Application forms and guidelines can be downloaded on the CASE for Kids website: For more information on City Connections, please contact CASE for Kids at 713-696-1331.
City's Solid Waste Department Tree Waste and Junk Waste Recycling Program
The City will collect tree waste exclusively on odd months on the resident's current tree waste/junk waste collection day. "Tree waste" is defined as "clean wood waste", which consists of tree limbs, branches or stumps. Lumber, furniture, and treated wood will not be accepted. On even months residents may set out their junk waste at the curb for city collection. "Junk waste" is used to describe items such as furniture, appliances and other bulky materials.

These items should be placed adjacent to the front curb in a location eas­ily accessible to the collection vehicle between the hours of 6:00 p.m. the Friday before, and 7:00 a.m. on the scheduled col­lection day. No more than eight cubic yards per residence will be collected on the scheduled tree waste/junk waste collection day. Of this amount, only a maximum of four cubic yards of building material (not to include roofing shingles, brick, plaster or con­crete) generated by the resident in connection with the mainte­nance of the residential property may be collected by department personnel.
A maximum of four (4) tires per month, per house­hold may be placed curbside for collection. Sheet rock must be bagged. Appliances con­taining refrigerant must have a tag attached to them certifying that a qualified technician has removed the refrigerant. Ma­terials should not be stacked under low hanging overhead cabling, signs, or mailboxes; next to fences or posts; or on top of water meters, gas meters, fire hydrants, or other exposed utility components. Also, materials should not be placed in the street, on the sidewalk, or other right-of-way, or in any manner that would interfere with pedestrian or vehicular traffic. Tree waste and junk waste col­lection is limited to resi­dential units and vacant residential lots only if the waste generated is in con­nection with the main­tenance of the property.

The Solid Waste Department is not allowed to collect any material that was generated by contractors who were retained by a resident to per­form work on his or her residential property. It is the responsi­bility of the contractor to re­move, or cause to be removed, all debris that may arise from the course of his or her activi­ties. These contractor-related activities include, but are not limited to, trim­ming and removal of trees, remodeling, new construction and roof­ing. If authorized items placed for collection are mixed with unau­thorized items, depart­ment personnel shall not be obligated to sort the materials and may refuse the entire load. Solid Waste collection services are not available to multi-residential structures of more than eight units.

Below is the tree waste and junk waste collection schedule:
January -- Tree Waste
February -- Junk Waste
March -- Tree Waste
April -- Junk Waste
May -- Tree Waste
June -- Junk Waste
July -- Tree Waste
August -- Junk Waste
September -- Tree Waste
October -- Junk Waste
November -- Tree Waste
December -- Junk Waste

Below are PDFs of District K neighborhoods illustrating their respective heavy trash day(s): -- 3rd week of the month - zip code 77025 -- 2nd week of the month - zip code 77031 -- 2nd and 3rd week of the month - zip code 77035 -- 4th week of the month - zip code 77045 --  4th week of the month - zip code 77053 -- 3rd week of the month - zip code 77054 -- 2nd and 3rd week of the month - zip code 77071

Receive Plat and Permit Reports by E-Mail

The City of Houston economy is picking up steam. With this increase is a number of development activities within the District. Keep up with development and construction projects in your neighborhood. Sign up for the City's E-Plat summary report and the E-Permit report to find out about plat and permit applications.


The Plat Summary E-Report contains information about the plats, replats, variances, and special exceptions to plats that will be considered at the upcoming Planning Commission meeting. The report provides locational, plat, and applicant information for each application in an Excel format that can be easily scrolled through, or sorted, based on particular data, such as council district.


The Houston Planning Commission meets every other Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in City Hall Annex Chambers, 900 Bagby St. unless otherwise posted.


The Plat Summary E-Report is usually sent out approximately a week before Planning Commission meets, while the Planning Commission Agenda is posted three days in advance of Planning Commission meetings on the Planning & Development Department website ( ).


The Permit E-Report provides information regarding any new construction, remodeling, or change-of-use permits by zip-code in an effort to inform citizens of activity in their neighborhoods. This E-Report is e-mailed every Monday.


To sign up, click here.

Participate in the City's Prohibited Yard Parking Program
The Prohibited Yard Parking Program is intended to protect neighborhood property values, prevent damage to the City of Houston's underground infrastructure, and to stop the degradation of the aesthetic appearance of single-family residential areas. Parking of vehicles on any unimproved surface in the front or side yard within single-family residential areas will be prohibited where a Prohibited Yard Parking Requirement Area has been established.
Active homeowner's associations or civic clubs may apply for a Prohibited Yard Parking Requirement Area or a homeowner may gather 60% support from single-family residential property owners within the proposed Prohibited Yard Parking Requirement Area and file a petition with the City of Houston's Planning and Development Department.
Once City Council approves the Prohibited Yard Parking Requirement Area, it is recorded and in effect for twenty (20) years. Any person who violates the Prohibited Yard Parking Requirement Area shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and may be fined up to $150.00 each day a violation occurs.
The Planning and Development Department accepts applications for the Prohibited Yard Parking Program on the first two business days of each month before 5:00 p.m. For more information, contact Annette Mitchell with the Planning and Development Dept. at 832-393-6563.
Online Appointment Service for Plan Review
The Houston Permitting Center (HPC) is still taking appointments online within its  
Code Enforcement's Plan Review section. Scheduled appointments will be available for the discussion of plan review project comments only.
A phone number and email address is required to use the online scheduler. If you do not have either of these items, appointments may still be scheduled in person at the HPC or over the phone by calling 832-394-9000 directly. Please note that the design professional responsible for the respective plans must attend the scheduled appointment, otherwise the appointment is subject to cancellation.
All other Plan Review services will continue to be walk-in services on a first-come-first-served basis.  
For questions regarding this expansion of services, please contact us at 832-394-9000 or
Council Member Green and the District K staff wish everyone a safe and blessed holiday season. 
New District... New Council Member... New Beginnings!