Let’s Talk Trash

Your Idylwood Board has just learned that the City of Houston Solid Waste Management District has “red-tagged” Idylwood for some serious violations of their rules. Their primary complaint is that construction debris and oversized items are being placed not only in residents’ own trash receptacles, but that residents are “borrowing” other people’s trash bins and …

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Community Forum with Mayor Parker and Councilman Gallegos

Join Houston Mayor Annise Parker and Council Member Robert Gallegos at a community meeting to review proposals for Gus Wortham Park Golf Course, Monday, March 31, 2014, 6PM-8PM at E.B. Cape Center, 4501 Leeland Street, Houston, Texas. Proposals under consideration include: renovating the existing 18-hole golf course; or repurposing the property for a botanic garden …

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New and Improved 311 System

3-1-1, Houston’s non-emergency city service directory and service request site, is now open for 24 hour-a-day, 7 day-a-week service. This service expansion will now allow City constituents to readily access 3-1-1 to report an immediate problem 7 days a week. To access 3-1-1 via the internet, please click on the link: http://hfdapp.houstontx.gov/311/index.php. When contacting 3-1-1 …

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Meeting Location Has Changed!

Through August 2019

The St. Austin Center will be under construction from now until August 2019. While the building is undergoing renovations, the Civic Club will be meeting at the Magnolia Multi-Service Center (MSC) at 7037 Capitol Street, Houston, Texas 77011. Magnolia MSC is nearby off S. Wayside just east of the Magnolia Transit Center and to the north of Gus Wortham Golf Course.