Meyerland Community Improvement Association
4999 W. Bellfort
Houston, TX  77035
  Phone  713-729-2167

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New Houston Library Card Campaign

Join Houston Public Library as they celebrate the launch of the new MY Link Library Card! Sign up for a MY Link Library Card at any of these fun festivities for a chance to win an iPad Mini!

Celebrating MY Link to the World
Saturday, September 13, 2014 | 11 AM - 3 PM
H-E-B Montrose Market | 1701 W. Alabama St., Houston, TX 77098
Activities including storytelling, face painting, yoga, 3-D printing demonstrations, local food trucks, music, art, and, of course, a chance for you to sign up for your MY Link Library Card.

HPL Location Celebrations
Saturday, September 13, 2014 | 1 PM - 4 PM
Visit an HPL location near you between 1 PM - 4 PM to sign up for a new MY Link Library Card and receive a celebratory cookie and, for your little ones, balloons (while supplies last)! Visit for a list of scheduled activities and events.

City Hall Farmers Market
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 | 11 AM - 1:30 PM
Houston Public Library - Central Library | 500 McKinney St., Houston, TX 77002
The fun continues with the opening day of the fall season of the City Hall Farmers Market. Join HPL on the Central Library Plaza and visit local vendors, food trucks, and more Library Card Campaign activities.

The Houston Public Library Card, also known as the MY Link Library Card, has several benefits that will link you to Worlds of information, including streaming music and movies, e-books and audio books and more than 130 databases and resources on countless subjects that you can use to build, create or learn anything you want. MY Link opens those information doors to you. It's all free and all for you.

Kolter receives Chinese Exchange Teacher

Kolter Elementary School of Languages and Cultures is excited to welcome Ms. Qu Bingbing from China who has been awarded a fellowship from the U.S. Department of State to participate in the 2014 Teachers of Critical Languages Program (TCLP). Ms. Qu will teach Chinese at Kolter for the 2014-2015 school year. Kolter participated in a nation-wide competition in order to host a TCLP teacher and Ms. Qu is

Read more: Kolter receives Chinese Exchange Teacher

New Safety Plan for Johnston Middle School

Residents who live near Johnston Middle School will have a new parking plan designed to alleviate congestion, unsafe driving, illegal parking and order to drop off and pick up. Please review the document and heed the parking instructions as well as share with these rules with your visitors to prevent receiving a citation.

Download the New Safety Plan.

Water Line Project in Section 10

Starting late in April and continuing through the end of December, the City of Houston will be replacing water lines running through almost all of the streets in Meyerland Section 10 (near Herod Elementary).  The water lines will be run underground between the sidewalk and the curb in front of each property.  Installation will include placing the lines, having them flushed by the City of Houston, then connecting them to the individual properties. Most of the work will not affect the sidewalks or the driveway approaches however, it is possible that some may need to be removed in order to complete the work or may be unintentionally damaged.

Read more: Water Line Project in Section 10

Construction Update in Meyerland near Kolter Elementary

Many of you have noticed that construction has begun on streets such as Millbury and Runnymeade. The full scope of the entire project set to take approximately one year is as follows: storm drains, sanitary lines, water lines, manhole covers, inlets,

Read more: Construction Update in Meyerland near Kolter...

City of Houston Park Survey

The Parks Department is doing a survey to determine if the needs of the users of the park are being met. Now is your chance to weigh in on improvements you would like to see at Godwin, Meyerland or Gail Reeves Parks.

Please click on Park Survey to read more or go to to give your feedback.

The survey will request your park sector; we are sector 8. Your input is valuable and we appreciate and benefit from your suggestions.

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