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News Release
Thursday, October 12, 2017

Mayor Turner to Lead the First "Complete Communities" Neighborhood Meetings

HOUSTON -The public is invited to join Mayor Sylvester Turner, City of Houston departments, partnering agencies, and community representatives at the first Complete Communities meetings in five pilot neighborhoods. Acres Home, Gulfton, Second Ward, Near Northside and Third Ward are the first neighborhoods selected for this new initiative.  Mayor Turner will give welcoming remarks and encourage residents’ participation beginning with Acres Home on October 18.

 

Acres Home
Wednesday, October 18,
6:00–8:00 pm
Acres Homes Multi-Service Center 
6719 W. Montgomery Road 
Houston, Texas 77091
 

Third Ward
Monday, October 30,
6:00 – 8:00 pm
Emancipation Park Cultural Center
3018 Emancipation Ave.
Houston, TX 77004

Near Northside 
Thursday, November 2, 6:30-8:30 pm
Marshall Middle School
1115 Noble Street
Houston, TX 77009

Second Ward
Monday, November 6,
6:00 – 8:00 pm
Ripley House Neighborhood Center  
4410 Navigation Blvd
Houston, TX 77011

Gulfton
Thursday, November 9,
6:30 – 8:30 pm
Southwest Multi-Service Center
6400 High Star Drive
Houston, TX 77074

 

 
Complete Communities was launched by Mayor Turner on April 17, 2017, to strengthen Houston’s under-resourced neighborhoods.  The city will work in a concentrated manner with stakeholders in each community and partners across Houston to create more complete neighborhoods with enhanced access to quality affordable homes, jobs, well-maintained parks and greenspace, improved streets and sidewalks, grocery stores and other retail, good schools, and transit options.  The work in these pilot areas will help develop solutions that are transferable to other communities across the city.
 
The meetings will give residents from pilot neighborhoods the opportunity to share their unique vision for their neighborhood.  The vision and input they provide will help define how to make their neighborhood a Complete Community. The city is asking partners and residents to help publicize these neighborhood meetings by sharing the information from the
Planning & Development Department Facebook page on social media using the hashtags #completecommunities and #yourneighborhoodname
 
Visit
www.houstontx.gov/completecommunities/ for more information on the initiative, meeting updates or to download a meeting flyer.  For information on Complete Communities, contact Lynn Henson at 832.393.6548.
 
Follow the Planning & Development Department  for meeting updates or cancellations on 
Facebook and
Twitter.




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