October 31, 2022

Questions? Contact us at 713-229-0900

Registration is open

for the Tour de Northside and Northside Festival

Registration is open for the 9th Annual Tour de Northside bike ride being held on Saturday, November 12, 2022, at 8 a.m. at Saint Arnold Brewing Company, 2000 Lyons Avenue. To register, click here. The cost for the ride and a T-shirt is $20. The cost for the ride only is $10. NOTE: If you register at the event on November 12, we can only accept credit card payments.

The 1st Annual Northside Festival will be held at the University of Houston Downtown Science & Technology Building, 315 North Main Street. The festival opens at 10 a.m. and features an art market, music, a salsa tasting contest and more! The festival is free; click here to reserve your spot.

To register as a Northside Art Market vendor, click here. The vendor fee is $125.

Thank you to all of our sponsors!

Capital Improvement Projects meeting

Upcoming events


Submit comments about the

METRORapid University Corridor Line

Take a virtual tour of what the 25.3-mile line METRORapid University Corridor will look like as it passes through Second Ward and the Northside.

Learn more about the University Corridor project and submit your comments here.

Safety & health

Don't forget to get your flu shot

Protect yourself and your family against the flu by getting vaccinated. The Houston Health Department is offering flu shots at its health centers to everyone age 6 months and older, with or without insurance. Costs are based on a sliding scale fee, up to $15 depending on income. 

Are you up to date on your COVID-19 vaccines?

Make sure you are up to date on your COVID-19 vaccines by getting all recommended doses, including a booster when eligible. Vaccination helps protect you from serious illness, hospitalization and death. It also helps reduce spread. Learn the facts about vaccination at cdc.gov.

Houston Health Department Call Center


Monday – Saturday: 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Careers & employment & education

Employment assistance at SER

SER is a nonprofit community organization that educates and equips people in the Texas Gulf Coast Region who come from low-income backgrounds or who have significant barriers to employment. SER believes the power and purpose of work can transform lives and communities.

The Greater Northside Management District's Butterfly Pocket Park on Fulton won the award for On-the-Ground Projects Under $500K in the 2020 Houston-Galveston Area Council Parks and Natural Areas Award Program. Each year, H-GAC honors projects that serve as models for planning and implementation for parks and natural areas in the region.