Latest News2019-09-30T02:11:16-05:00

Hydrant Replacement Project

We have kicked off a hydrant replacement project, which will replace approx. 50 hydrants in Kingslake Forest Subdivision and Greensbrook Section 1 Subdivision. This project will provide much needed reliability on hydrants in the event of a fire in the community. Eventually all fire hydrants will be replaced in the District.

Hydrants have been in the District since 1975, with some being rusted out and needing replacement for safety reasons, including ADA compliance. Some of the replacements can be seen below, where they are removing hydrants from sidewalks and relocating them to another area.

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By |December 10th, 2019|Categories: Latest News|

Community Cleanup- Greensbrook

The Harris County MUD #148 President, Mr. Calvet Shelly, worked with Angels of Hope volunteers to clear up a lot in the Greensbrook Section 4 subdivision. See the pictures of the results that were made possible through volunteers and Mr. Calvet Shelly’s community leadership.

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By |November 18th, 2019|Categories: Latest News|

Community Cleanup

The Board President, Calvet Shelley, recently arranged a community cleanup, by partnering with the Harris County Solid Waste Management Department and the County Commissioners Office. This is in an effort to help with the appearance of our neighborhoods.

The biggest culprit of unsightly areas in our community are related to dumping. If you see individuals dumping items in our community please report this to the Houston Police Department at (713) 884-3131, so that these individuals can be prosecuted.

By |November 11th, 2019|Categories: Latest News|

Annual Trunk or Treat Event- 10/31/2019

Everyone had a great time at our Annual Trunk-or-Treat Community Event for our children. Veronica Arce did an awesome job orchestrating it all! ❤️ #WeLoveOurKidsAndCommunity

By |November 4th, 2019|Categories: Latest News|

National Night Out- 10/01/2019

Police * Community Participation

National Night Out was a great success. Families joined us for food, refreshments, and family fun. There were safety personnel in attendance that mingled with attendees and provided crime prevention information. Attendees also enjoyed goodies and gift bags.

By |October 2nd, 2019|Categories: Latest News|