Correction: Next meeting is November 20

posted Nov 11, 2017, 1:51 PM by Memorial Super Neighborhood

Dear Members, 

The next meeting date listed at the bottom of the October Agenda was incorrect. The November meeting will be on Monday the 20th. City of Houston Fire Chief Pena will be our guest speaker covering the Fire House 57 temporary closure and other topics. Looking forward to seeing you there. 

Have EVERYONE call 3-1-1

posted Sep 15, 2017, 6:37 PM by Memorial Super Neighborhood

The City of Houston administration is now indicating they are picking up storm debris based on 311 call volume, NOT on worst first, or anything that is needs based, or recognizes the sanitary sewer overflows that has inundated the west side’s debris.
Our office has a simple ask for every single constituent: call 311; give them your address and tell them your storm debris needs to be picked up.  Please share this request in every way you think appropriate (website, email blasts, bulletin board, even put it up on Next Door; if you see your neighbor, ask them to call 311); mark your outreach EMERGENCY OR URGENT.  If they want call volume, it is now incumbent on every District G constituent to give them call volume.  Remember, you can call 3-1-1, email, use the start phone app, or go online at

Please Limit Use of Water Until Further Notice

posted Sep 4, 2017, 5:05 AM by Memorial Super Neighborhood

From Greg Travis, Houston City Council Member, District G

Dear Friends and Neighbors:

City of Houston Water's West District and Turkey Creek Wastewater Treatment plants provide sanitary sewer services to areas in zip codes 77024, 77041, 77043, 77055, 77077, 77079, 77080, and 77094.  Areas which are impacted by this notice are highlighted on the map below, all of which have been flooded.
Residents in these impacted areas are asked to please help Houston Water conserve resources by NOT flushing or using extra water for showers, baths, laundry, dishes or toilets until further notice.  Houston Water is actively working to repair services. Updated information will be posted to
and on Twitter @HoustonPWE.
For questions and concerns, please call 3-1-1.

Greg Travis
Houston City Council Member, District G
900 Bagby, 1st Floor
Houston, TX 77002
P.O. Box 1562
Houston, TX 77251-1562
Phone: 832-393-3007

Buffalo Bayou Inundation Map

posted Sep 4, 2017, 5:00 AM by Memorial Super Neighborhood

Inundation map scenario map as of Aug 2017 prepared by Harris County Flood Control District:

2017 Home Elevation Grant Application Process

posted Aug 6, 2017, 9:19 AM by Memorial Super Neighborhood

Announcement from Council Member Greg Travis regarding grant application process being formulated by the City. 

Dear Friends and Neighbors:

The City of Houston, in partnership with the Texas Water Development Board, would like to submit a grant application on behalf of interested homeowners to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA). This grant will request funds to elevate flood-prone homes.

In order to be eligible for a grant, homeowners must have flood insurance from FEMA's National Flood Insurance Program, the flood insurance must be effective at the time the grant application is submitted and be maintained throughout the grant process, and the cost to raise your home must be less than the estimated amount of future flood claim payments.

The deadline for homeowners to submit their information to the City of Houston is Friday, August 25, 2017 at 5 pm.

Learn more at

You may also attend the 2017 FMA Home Elevation Grant Informational Meeting:

Date: Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Time: 6:30 pm
Place: Metropolitan Multi-Service Center, 1475 W. Gray St., Houston, TX 77019

Please visit for frequently asked questions. For additional questions, contact the City's Floodplain Management Office at (832) 394-8854 or 

Greg Travis
Houston City Council Member, District G
900 Bagby, 1st Floor
Houston, TX 77002

P.O. Box 1562
Houston, TX 77251-1562

Phone: 832-393-3007

Upcoming Water Main Replacement Projects

posted Jul 22, 2017, 9:15 AM by Memorial Super Neighborhood

Communications received July 2017 from District G with details covering water main replacement projects underway or planned. Refer to attached document for project maps and lists of impacted streets. 

Energy Corridor Bike to Work - Thursday May 18th

posted May 12, 2017, 8:09 AM by Memorial Super Neighborhood

Celebrate the power of the pedal at the Energy Corridor’s 13th annual Bike to Work Day. Cyclists of all ages and abilities will enjoy music, a free breakfast, giveaways, raffle prizes and fun!

Event Description:  

The Energy Corridor District will host its 13th annual Bike to Work Day event on Thursday, May 18th from 6:30-7:30am. Designated Bicycle Champions will ride with groups along popular routes to the celebration at Terry Hershey Park gazebo where participants can enjoy a complimentary breakfast, music, giveaways, raffle prizes and fun.

For those new to bicycle commuting or unsure of the best route, visit to explore routes, download maps, review rules of the road, safety tips, and more. RSVP online for the event and indicate the route you’d like to join. Don’t see a route that matches yours? Let us know and we’ll work to start a new one! Experienced cyclists are encouraged to lead others on existing routes, or start their own route.

Registration Link (if applicable):

Contact: Kelly Rector at / 281-759-3800

More info in attachment

Speed Limit Letter - HB 1368

posted May 2, 2017, 8:50 AM by Memorial Super Neighborhood

Below is the letter Memorial Thicket sent to the State Legislature in support of lowering the speed limit in residential areas. You may use this a template to send your own letter of support. 

HCTO/HCAD 2017 Property Tax Workshops

posted Mar 22, 2017, 2:40 PM by Memorial Super Neighborhood

These workshops are open to the public and are geared to home owners who would like to learn more about the appraisal process and tools available to them that may help reduce their property tax bills, such as homestead exemptions and appraisal protests.

See the document below for more info. 

District G CIP Meeting - March 7

posted Feb 27, 2017, 8:10 AM by Memorial Super Neighborhood

District G CIP Meeting to be Held March 7
Mayor Sylvester Turner to Attend
The District G Capital Improvement Plan ("CIP") meeting will be held Tuesday, March 7, 2017, from 7:00 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. in the Paul Revere Middle School Auditorium, located at 10502 Briar Forest Drive, 77042.
The City of Houston invites residents to participate in the annual CIP process. The meetings afford residents an opportunity to hear from city officials about CIP projects in their district, ask questions, voice concerns and provide input regarding community improvements and services. To view the city's adopted Capital Improvement Plan for Fiscal Years 2017-2021, please visit
Constituents are invited to arrive at 6:30 P.M. and visit one-on-one with PWE representatives regarding current or planned CIP Projects. There will also be a number of other organizations with a table who will be providing constituents with relevant information (e.g., The Energy Corridor District, the Westchase District, etc.).  Mayor Sylvester Turner will attend the CIP meeting and provide updates on important city issues.
The city will provide reasonable accommodations to citizens with disabilities and special needs by request in advance of the meeting date. To request accommodations, call the Department of Neighborhoods at 832-393-0955 at least three days before the meeting.

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