Vol. 1, Issue 8 – 08.27.20
 
DISTRICT F OFFICE
To celebrate Black Business Month, our office profiled two of District F’s Black-owned businesses.
Blake’s Bar-B-Q & Burgers
Fleur De Sweets

 
 
CIP Project Update:
Alief Neighborhood Center
Please be advised that construction on the new Alief Neighborhood Center has been given the Notice To Proceed date of Monday, August 31st.
 
Your input is needed! The objective is to identify and address needs and/or projects beneficial to the residents and businesses in the community.  This is an opportunity to strategically plan for long term projects that will be completed in the future.  Complete this survey.

¡Se necesita su entrada! El objetivo es identificar y abordar necesidades y / o proyectos beneficiosos para los residentes y negocios de la comunidad. Esta es una oportunidad para planificar estratégicamente proyectos a largo plazo que se completarán en el futuro. Complete esta encuestaTraducción Española

Mục tiêu là xác định và giải quyết các nhu cầu và / hoặc các dự án có lợi cho người dân và doanh nghiệp trong cộng đồng. Đây là cơ hội để hoạch định chiến lược cho các dự án dài hạn sẽ hoàn thành trong tương lai. Hoàn thành cuộc khảo sát nàyBản Dịch Tiếng Việt

 
 
  • Report illegal dumping to 311 first.  After you receive the service request number, send that number to DistrictF@houstontx.gov or call us at (832) 393-3002. If you have a photo, send that as well.
  • The HOT team will not pick up items located on private property.
  • Junk Waste not accepted: roofing, shingles, bricks, plaster, concrete, and large truck tires.
  • Tree Waste not accepted: lumber and treated wood.

Thank you to Mr. Gay Atkinson for reporting a mattress dumped at Clarewood and S Briar Bayou Dr.

BEFORE
AFTER
 
CM Thomas: Pop-Off 08.26.20
 
 
 
 
  • The application period is open through November 6th.
  • Grant projects must be located within the Houston city limits.
  • Review the application packet and submit the completed application to DON Assistant Director Landon Taylor: Landon.Taylor@houstontx.gov.  The application is also available as a Word document.
 
  • CASE for Kids City Connections grants are designed to fund projects that provide prevention-based programming that addresses gaps in services to youth.
  • Click here to access the Request for Proposals (RFP) Application.
  • The Application deadline is September 2nd at 5pm.
 
 
Eligible households can receive internet speed tiers of 10Mbps and 5Mbps for $10 a month, and internet speed tiers of 3Mbps, 1.5Mbps or 768Kbps for $5 a month.  For more information, click here.  For Spanish, click here.
 
UPCOMING EVENTS

 
SAVE THE DATE:
Super Neighborhood 17 Virtual Meeting
Wednesday, September 9th
 
 
SAVE THE DATE:
HOT Team Community Clean Up – White Cap Ln
Saturday, October 3rd