HOUSTON – Before the statewide order requiring Texans to wear face coverings takes effect at noon today, Mayor Sylvester Turner announced a new COVID-19 policy for city facilities. All people who meet, work, or visit a city facility will be required to wear a face mask or covering. The policy applies to all city facilities, […]
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From County Judge Lina Hidalgo: Today, I upgraded the County’s COVID-19 public threat level from significant (orange, level two) to severe (red, level one). Level one indicates a “severe and uncontrolled” level of COVID-19, meaning outbreaks are worsening, contact tracing capacity is strained or exceeded, and healthcare surge is likely. To slow this uncontrolled spread […]
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner issued this press release August 27, 2019. Download a copy below. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: 08/27/2019 View this email in your browser Mayor’s statement on White House taking away FEMA disaster relief funds HOUSTON – Mayor Sylvester Turner’s statement on the White House shifting FEMA disaster relief funds to the expansion […]
This is third in our series on some of the City of Houston’s ordinances relevant to home ownership. Sec. 28-303. – Parking of vehicles prohibited in certain residential areas; application and procedures. (a) Application of section. This section shall apply to those residential areas designated by ordinance of the city council in accordance with the […]
This is the second in a series of short articles about the City of Houston ordinances that affect homeowners in Arlington Heights and elsewhere.
The Houston Sound Ordinance protects citizens from all types of noises, such as cars and other motor vehicles, music whether live or amplified through speakers, animals, and other loud activities like those produced at a shooting range. When a noise complaint is made to HPD, law enforcement officers can issue citations without sound meters or […]