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Boo at the Barn
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Lake Houston Lowered One Foot
Lake Houston Temporarily Lowered One Foot

Houston, TX - Council Member Dave Martin would like to make Lake Houston Area residents aware that Houston Public Works is lowering the level of... [more]

Kingwood Town Hall Meeting 10/9/18
Council Member Dave Martin's Kingwood Town Hall Meeting will be held Tuesday, October 9, 2018 at 6:30 pm at the Kingwood Community Center.  For details, view flier [more]

Gates Open at Lake Houston Spillway
Council Member Dave Martin would like to make Lake Houston Area residents aware all gates on the Lake Houston Spillway Dam are open due to the current inclement weather threat to our area. The gates... [more]

Harris County Flood Control Bond Program
Council Member Dave Martin would like to make District E residents aware that the passage of the Harris County Flood Control District Bond Program is important for the region as we continue to... [more]

Watershed Community Meeting
New Location: San Jacinto River Watershed Community Meeting

Houston, TX - Council Member Dave Martin would like to make Lake Houston residents aware that Harris County Flood Control District... [more]

Temporary Flood Mitigation
City Receives Support from State for Temporary Flood Mitigation Houston, TX - Council Member Dave Martin is happy to announce that through hard work over the last several months, the City... [more]

Drug Take Back Day
Houston City Council Member Dave Martin is pleased to announce that National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day will take place this year on Saturday, April 28, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the... [more]

B.O.P.A. Event
Mobile B.O.P.A. Event at Kingwood Metro Park and Ride

Council Member Dave Martin and the City of Houston are hosting a Batteries, Oil, Paint (latex only) and Antifreeze (B.O.P.A.) mobile... [more]

Level of Lake Houston is Being Reduced
CLARIFICATION TO ANNOUNCEMENT:

To clarify a press release that went out yesterday regarding the reduction of Lake Houston, the level of the Lake is temporarily being reduced for seasonal rain... [more]

District E March Newsletter
Hurricane Harvey continues to dominate day to day operations in the District E office. Staff continues to work with Houston Public Works and Harris County Flood Control District on projects to reduce... [more]

All Gates Fully Open at Lake Houston 2/27/2018
Houston City Council Member Dave Martin would like to thank Mayor Turner and the Coastal Water Authority for opening all gates at the Lake Houston Spillway Dam. This afternoon the District E Office... [more]

Flooding Progress News 2-27-2018
Today, Houston City Council Member Dave Martin, State Representative Dan Huberty, and State Senator Brandon Creighton met with City of Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner to follow up on previous... [more]

CIP Town Hall Meeting
Capital Improvement Project Town Hall Meeting 3/6/2018

City Council Member Dave Martin will host a Capital Improvement Project (CIP) Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.,... [more]

Deadline Extended for Input about Chapter 19
Deadline Extended for Public Input on Changes to Chapter 19

Houston, TX - City Council Member Dave Martin appreciates the comments received by many District E residents, and is happy to... [more]

District E Newsletter
Still Going Strong: Plea For Three Campaign

The Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce has coordinated a mass letter writing campaign to ask the State of Texas to take immediate action on... [more]

Substantial Damage Letters From City of Houston
A Note from City Council Member Dave Martin:

In January, the City of Houston began to send out Substantial Damage Letters to City of Houston residents living in the 100-year flood plain or... [more]

District E Newsletter (Dec 2017)
Residents of District E,

On this first day of December we are happy to see the most active hurricane season in history officially come to an end. Many Houstonians are in the process of... [more]

Please Participate in Plea for Three
Council Member Dave Martin Encourages Kingwood and Lake Houston Area
Residents to Participate in the Recover Lake Houston Plea For Three

Houston, TX - On November 13, in a news article... [more]

Kingwood B.O.P.A. Event
Council Member Dave Martin and the City of Houston will be holding a Batteries, Oil, Paint (latex only) and Antifreeze (B.O.P.A.) mobile collection event to help residents safely dispose of items in... [more]

First Responders and Community Blood Drive
Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center to Host  First Responders and Community Blood Drive

Houston, TX - The Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center will be hosting a First Responders and Community... [more]

Northeast Water Purification Plant Expansion Project
Houston City Council Member Dave Martin would like to invite residents to attend an informational open house tomorrow, Wednesday, November 15, to learn about the expansion of the Northeast Water... [more]

Harvey Recovery Information Session
Council Member Dave Martin Hosts Kingwood/Lake Houston Harvey Recovery Information Session

Houston, TX - Houston City Council Member Dave Martin will host an information meeting on Thursday,... [more]

Kingwood Area Flood and Storm Debris Pickup
Sept 18Houston City Council Member Dave Martin would like to remind District E residents that the process to clean up storm debris is going to take time and over the last few weeks we have made great... [more]

Waste Management Collection After Flooding
Waste Management will resume household waste collection in your community on Friday, September 1, 2017, if the streets in your community are deemed safe and are passable.

Some routes may... [more]

Solid Waste Collection After Flooding
Solid Waste Collection Schedule Due to Flooding

Houston, TX - Houston Council Member Dave Martin would like to make city of Houston residents aware that the Solid Waste Management Department... [more]

Advisory: Hurricane Harvey
Advisory: Hurricane Harvey

Houston City Council Member Dave Martin would like to make sure that you are prepared for the impact of Hurricane Harvey. The Houston area is expected to receive... [more]

ZooMobile Comes to Kingwood July 4th
ZooMobile Comes to Kingwood for the July 4th FestivalHouston, TX - Houston City Council Member Dave Martin is excited to announce that on Tuesday, July 4, 2017, Kingwood will host, for the very first... [more]

B.O.P.A. Event
There will be a BOPA Collection Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Kingwood Metro Park & Ride, 3210 W. Lake Houston Parkway Items that can be recycled during BOPA are:... [more]

Trash Subsidy Program to Remain Intact
Council Member Dave Martin is pleased to announce that Mayor Sylvester Turner remarked yesterday he has decided not to pursue elimination of the trash subsidy program offered to homeowners... [more]

B.O.P.A. Event
Saturday, May 21, 20169am - 1pmKingwood Metro Park & RideView details
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Proposed Cut in Garbage Subsidy
As you may have seen in the news this past week, Mayor Sylvester Turner has proposed eliminating the sponsorship program that subsidizes neighborhoods that receive garbage collection services from... [more]

Flooding Along the San Jacinto River

Flooding Impacts West Fork of the San Jacinto River (posted 4/20/2016)

Houston, TX - Since Sunday evening, the greater Houston region has experienced a significant rain event that has led... [more]

Kingwood CIP Town Hall Meeting
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Kingwood Community Center
4102 Rustic Woods
Kingwood, Texas 77345

Speakers for the Town Hall include:
Burdette... [more]

B.O.P.A. Event
 Batteries, Oil, LATEX Paint, Antifreeze Collection EventKingwood Metro Park & RideSaturday, April 30, 20169am - 1pmView flier for details
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CenterPoint Tree Trimming
CenterPoint Energy is committed to the safe and reliable delivery of electricity. We also understand planting trees is a way to care for the environment and beautify the community. [more]

Mosquito Prevention
Mosquito Season is in Full Swing…Fight the Bite!View  July flier

They’re ba-a-ack! As the temperature outside begins to rise, so does the mosquito risk of West Nile Virus... [more]

Expanded Service at Kingwood Permitting Office
Beginning Monday, June 18, 2012, the Code Enforcement Branch of the Public Works and Engineering Department will offer more permitting options to the residents and business owners at the Kingwood... [more]

 

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