• A recent confirmed case of the coronavirus was shown to be the first instance in the Greater Houston region where it was spread via the community.  

  • Based on medical advice, the City of Houston has announced an Emergency Health Declaration.  All remaining City-sponsored and partnered events in the month of March will be canceled or postponed.
                 -Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (canceled)
                 -Complete Communities 
                 -District F CIP Town Hall*
                 -District F Community Pop-Ups
                 -District F Friday Office Hours

  • Declaring an emergency will allow the City the opportunity to receive more federal resources to combat the spread of the coronavirus.

  • Citizens’ health and safety are our #1 priority.  The postponement of these events will help us to contain and mitigate this virus.

  • It must also be stressed that even though an emergency has been declared, citizens should not panic.  We must not let fear do more harm to us than the virus itself. The risk for infection is still low for most citizens, and the mortality rate of those infected is currently around 2%.

  • Those who are over 60 or have underlying health conditions such as heart disease, lung disease or diabetes are the ones who are at higher risk for severe COVID-19 illness.

  • Those with a higher risk should stay home, and away from large groups of people as much as possible, including public places.

  • Anyone who has questions should consult with their healthcare providers.  You may also call the Houston Health Department’s new call center that is specifically dedicated to concerns about the coronavirus.  The phone number is 832.393.4220

  • The City will continue to assess this fluid situation and announce details as they are confirmed.

*District F community meetings (please see the dates below) will continue as scheduled via video conferencing:https://zoom.us/j/262875708 (you may choose video conferencing OR conference call).  Please consider participating at the comfort and safety of your home or office. We still plan on presenting CIP, Council District Service Funds and receiving community input.
We also encourage all Super Neighborhoods, HOAs and Civic Clubs to not meet in person, and instead, utilize other methods for convening such as conference calls and video conferences.

District F and other City offices will remain open.