July 8th, 2019
Houston Public Works crews will begin a panel replacement in the Clear Lake area, along Plum Hollow Drive, from Brook Forest Drive to Hickory Knoll Drive, on Monday, July 8. The work is expected to be complete within 30 days, weather permitting, Houston City Council Member Dave Martin said in making the announcement.
The scope of work includes replacing several panels along the roadway. Crews will be on site from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
As a result of the construction activities, motorists are asked to be aware of flagmen and orange traffic cones that will be put in place on site to help with traffic flow through the construction zone as temporary lane closures are expected. One lane will remain open during the repairs process.
Residents will have access to driveways at all times, and may experience an increase in noise levels due to trucks and equipment in the area.
For more information, please contact Council Member Dave Martin’s office at 832-393-3008 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 28th, 2019
Houston Public Works is seeking public input on the proposed 2019 Water Conservation Plan. The Water Conservation Plan is a strategy to reduce water consumption in Houston. Water Conservation is important to ensure we have enough water for our growing population.
Houston’s population is projected to increase by 50% in the next 40-50 years. In addition, surrounding counties that have wholesale water accounts with Houston Water are also projected to double their population.
Houston Water is committed to provide safe and reliable water supplies to all customers. To do this, the city must work to conserve water.
Feedback will help make sure the proposed Water Conservation Plan is right for our community and guide future investments in water conservation programs. Public input can be made through an online survey: www.surveymonkey.com/r/waterconservationplan or by emailing email@example.com
The online survey closes Friday, May 31st @ 5PM and should take no more than 2 minutes to complete.
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