The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for much of Houston beginning at 1.00pm this afternoon and continuing through Tuesday morning. This means conditions are favorable for flooding to occur. Rain is expected to develop more heavily along the coast and southeast of the US-69 corridor.
Houston launched the adopt-a-drain program to help residents keep water flowing and avoid backups especially during hurricane season. Houston has close to 115,000 storm drains in total and there are many still available for adoption.
Heat Advisory issued July 23 at 5:13AM CDT until July 23 at 9:00PM CDT HEAT ADVISORY IN EFFECT FOR ALL OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS TODAY... .Hot and humid weather continue the heat across the region. Overnight low temperatures will continue to run well above normal with records possible for the unusually warm night. High temperatures will [...]
The National Weather Service is forecasting widespread rainfall over the next few days, with higher rainfall totals expected south of I-10. While extreme rainfall totals are not anticipated at this time, periods of high intensity and/or prolonged rainfall may lead to street flooding. The City of Houston urges drivers to exercise caution over the next [...]
Ring in the season with the 98th Annual Mayor's Holiday Celebration and Tree Lighting Presented by Reliant, an NRG Company, on Friday, December 1, 2017 in the heart of downtown Houston. The spectacular event is a holiday tradition of music, Santa, fireworks and family fun. A towering holiday tree, glowing with energy efficient LED lights, [...]
Mayor Sylvester Turner, along with grand marshal Grey's Anatomy star Chandra Wilson, will jump-start the 2017 holiday season with the 68th Annual H-E-B Thanksgiving Day Parade Thursday, November 23rd at 9 a.m. On the heels of Hurricane Harvey, this year's parade celebrates what Houston embodies: Houston is Thankful; Houston is Strong; Houston is Tradition, and; [...]
As a result of severe flooding in Houston, homeowners may find themselves dealing with damp, soggy homes and furnishings. The most important thing to consider before going into a house after a flood is safety. Once flood waters subside, your home must be dried out as quickly as possible. Various types of mold will start [...]
Incredible Renovations is here to help you with your Hurricane Harvey issues and take the steps necessary to help you dry out things quickly to mitigate water damage and save your possessions. Drying out after water damage should top of your priority list.If you can dry items within 48 hours, you might salvage many goods, [...]
Keep Houston Beautiful, the City of Houston's Clean City Commission, is now accepting award applications for the 33rd Annual Mayor's Proud Partner Awards. If your group has worked to support our city through volunteer beautification, neighborhood cleanups or conservation activities, the City of Houston would like to hear about it. Gather your organization's leaders together [...]
Mayor Sylvester Turner will host the 6th Annual Acres Homes Juneteenth Parade Saturday June 17, 2017. "I expect everyone in Acres Homes to be there," said Mayor Turner. The Parade will take place beginning at 10 a.m. It will start at the Acres Homes Multi-Service Center, 6719 W. Montgomery, head north on W. Montgomery, turn [...]