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Willow Meadows Civic Club

Public Hearing for the Draft Action Plan for Disaster Recovery - 2015 Flood Events

The City of Houston Draft Action Plan for Disaster Recovery-2015 Flood Events (Draft Plan) serves as an application for $66,560,000 in federal funds to help with recovery costs associated with severe storms and flooding in May and November of 2015. Residents are invited to attend the public hearing and/or comment on the Draft Plan and proposed activities for impacted areas of Houston.

Thursday, August 18, 2016
6-8 p.m.
City Hall Annex, 900 Bagby, Houston, TX 77002

For additional information about the public hearing or to request special arrangements (interpreter, sign language, CART for the hearing impaired), contact Paula Jackson at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 832.394.6181.

View the Draft Plan at the following locations:

The public comment period extends from August 9, 2016 through August 23, 2016. Comments may be submitted by email to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or by mail: City of Houston-HCDD, ATTN: Mary Itz, 601 Sawyer, Suite 400, Houston, Texas 77007. Responses to public comments will be included in the final Plan.

 

Willow Waterhole Re-commencement of Work 8/15/2016

On Wednesday, August 10th, 2016, Mayor Pro Tem Cohen and the Public Works and Engineering Department hosted a public meeting at UOS to share information on the updated project and to ensure neighbors have the opportunity to have their questions answered.  The following documents were presented:

  1. Willow Waterhole Recommencement of Work
  2. Willow Waterhole Project Info and FAQ
  3. Willow Waterhole Project Summary and Map
  4. Willow Waterhole Doorhanger

Any further questions should be directed to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it (reference "Willow Waterhole CIP Project M-001013-0001-4").

 

What You Can Do to Help Combat Aggressive Panhandling

(from the Greater Post Oak/West Bellfort Neighborhood Coalition)

  • Do not give money directly to those panhandling on the street.
  • Give to organizations like SEARCH (http://www.searchhomeless.org/) or the Coalition for the Homeless (http://www.homelesshouston.org/), to ensure your money goes to those that need help and not to professional panhandlers.
  • Report aggressive behavior and drug use to the Houston Police Department non-emergency line at 713-884-3131
  • Report loitering, littering, drug use and aggressive behavior at Metro stops to the Metro Police line at 713-224-2677
  • Contact 311 to report littering and damage to city property
  • Sign the petition to create a zone that would prohibit sleeping on the street during daytime hours. We will begin to collect signatures for this petition in September of 2016
  • Attend public session at City Hall to raise awareness among our elected officials of the issue of aggressive panhandling (Date TBD)
  • Join your local civic association to help in their efforts to beautify the esplanades and make them locations that are not conducive to aggressive panhandling.

Thank you for helping the community combat aggressive panhandlers that destroy our neighborhoods and for helping to assist those that are truly in need of food, shelter, healthcare and other basic needs.

 

Proposed Aggressive Panhandling Zone

Council Member Green is working with the Civic Club Board and residents to find a solution to the aggressive panhandling problem at Post Oak and West Belfort. Surveillance cameras will be installed at Meyer Park and the Chase Bank to keep an eye on the aggressive panhandling situation. Council Member Green's office also provided several documents that will help our neighborhood work with surrounding neighborhoods and businesses to create a zone that will help reduce the aggressive panhandling in our neighborhood. This zone will require a petition in order for the zone to be created. The following documents were presented:

  1. A map of the proposed zone
  2. The language of the current City Ordinance governing the creation of the zone (see below)
  3. A proposed amendment to the existing City Ordinance regarding aggressive panhandling (see below)
  4. A previous, successful petition that created the East Downtown Zone

Please review these documents and contact the President of the Civic Club if you are interested in getting involved in reducing the aggressive panhandling in our neighborhood.

 

Short-Term Rentals

The Willow Meadows Civic Club board would like to remind residents that renting out your home for less than 30 days is a violation of our deed restrictions. Please be aware of this when renting out your home.

 

Document Retention Policy

Chapter 209 of the Texas Property Code was amended effective January 1, 2012, to add Section 209.005 regarding Document Retention.  The WMCC Document Retention Policy can be viewed at Recorded Document Retention Policy.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 January 2016 21:41
 

Senior Citizen Rate Freeze Form

A senior citizen who meets the criteria specified in the WMCC Bylaws (namely, owns a lot located in Willow Meadows and resides in the home situated on that lot, and is eligible for an Age 65 or Older Residence Homestead Exemption with the Harris County Appraisal District) may elect to freeze his or her dues at a reduced rate. To apply for a rate freeze, download/print/mail this hardcopy form.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 January 2016 08:55
 

Recycling to Continue but Glass no Longer Accepted

The City of Houston and Waste Management have reached tentative agreement on a new 2-year contract that will allow the city to continue offering recycling services without any disruption. The only change in service that Houstonians will notice is the elimination of glass from the list of items that are acceptable for placement in the green curbside single-stream recycling bins.  Glass, currently has no value on the commodities market, breaks down during collection and transportation and is unduly destructive to the processing equipment.

Residents will still have the option of dropping off glass for recycling at the City's neighborhood depositories.

Read more...
 

Records Production Policy

Chapter 202 of the Texas Property Code was amended effective January 1, 2012, to add Section 202.006 regarding Public Records.  The WMCC Records Production Policy can be viewed at Recorded Records Production and Copying Policy.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 January 2016 22:17
 

Payment Plan Policy

Chapter 209 of the Texas Property Code was amended effective January 1, 2012, to add Section 209.0062 regarding Payment Plans.  The WMCC Payment Plan Policy can be viewed here.

 

Yard of the Month

The Maintenance and Beautification Committee maintains the "Yard of the Month" program.  To nominate a yard for Yard of the Month you may either download/print/mail this hardcopy form, or submit this electronic form.

Last Updated on Sunday, 09 March 2014 21:23
 
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