On Tuesday, April 20th, Council Member Thomas presented a proclamation to Reverend Rhett Caviel of McGee Chapel Missionary Baptist Church in recognition of his distinguished community service amid the ongoing pandemic and recent winter storm.
Hackberry Park Update
The Parks Department continues to work diligently to clear the lines connecting the ponds to assure a constant level pond system. Once this has been completed, sidewalks will be cleared of all debris/mud.
CIP UPDATE: Chelford City Diversion Pkg. #1
(along Westpark Dr)
Chelford City Diversion Pkg. 1- R-000536-024A-4 (Along Westpark Dr from West Houston Center Blvd to Dairy Ashford Rd)
At Dairy Ashford Rd and Westpark Dr: shaft construction is anticipated to start the week of 04/30/21. There will be lane closures.
Substantial completion is anticipated on 09/08/21.
Chelford City Diversion Pkg. 1 – R-000536-024-4 (Along Westpark Dr West of Dairy Ashford)
Construction is in progress with anticipated substantial completion on 05/03/2022.
For more information on this Capital Improvement Plan project, click here.
For those interested in being on this year’s Steering Committee for the Youth Conference, please fill out this form (intended for youth ages between 15 – 18 years old). After you have filled out this form, please send your resume and cover letter to Idalid.Navarro@houstontx.gov.
CONSTRUCTION BID OPPORTUNITY
Project Name and Number: Harwin Park / F-000708-0020-4
Alief Super Neighborhood
Volunteer Event at Harwin Park
Saturday, May 1st
The City of Houston is providing 50 YARDS of mulch for the trees that were planted in Harwin Park. Rain or shine, help is needed in spreading this mulch.Requirements: Mask, social distancing, closed-toe shoes.
Some shovels will be available, but if you have one, please bring it!
The City of Houston invites job seekers to the Turnaround Houston Readiness Fair, held virtually on Thursday, April 29 through Sunday, May 2. Job seekers can chat live with hiring employers and resource organizations from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Thursday. To register, click here and choose Turnaround Houston from the drop-down menu. Or, for more information, go to www.houstontx.gov/turnaround.More than 700 job openings from dozens of employers will be available at this event. There will be positions available for all skill levels, and job seekers can also connect with hiring managers and company representatives, as well as find information about job readiness tools, training and continued education. Those who have criminal histories are welcome to attend.
The Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Program at the University of Houston (UH) is committed to promoting the inclusion of HUB vendors in university procurements. The HUB Program ensures compliance with state HUB laws, assists UH departments in locating HUB vendors; as well as offering HUBs assistance to facilitate access and contracting opportunities.To register for the workshop taking place on June 8th, click on the image or click here.