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

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.

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Free Houston Living App

Houston Living AppThe City of Houston (COH) and the Houston Association of REALTORS® (HAR) have collaborated on Houston Living, a new free mobile application (app) designed to give Houstonians instant access to information about city government, local amenities and events, real estate and more.

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City of Houston 311

Need to Get Information or Report Something in Houston?
Call 311, Visit www.Houston311.org, download the Smartphone App

3-1-1 LogoThe City of Houston hotline, 311, has undergone a complete transformation making it even more convenient, customer-focused, efficient and flexible. 311 empowers citizens to join the City's effort to improve the community

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Saving Houston's Trees

Tree in Right of WayTrees located in the City of Houston (COH) right-of-way (along neighborhood streets, typically the area from the curb to the sidewalk) are public property and developers do not have the right to remove these trees without express permission from the COH.

Unfortunately, there have been a number of situations lately where developers have removed and destroyed large, irreplaceable trees without permission, thereby violating the law and harming both the environment and beauty of our surroundings. Such removal and destruction can subject developers to both criminal and civil sanctions, but once the damage has been done, neither sanction is really adequate. Rather, developers who would seek to violate the law must be deterred by realizing that their actions will result in serious sanctions, including shutting down their projects for some period of time.

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