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2009 CDS Report

2011-10-03T18:02:34+00:00October 3rd, 2011|About the District, Reports & Studies|

Executive Summary Current land use is predominantly single-family residential along with a sizeable industrial component. However, over a third of total acreage is vacant. Population growth is slower than that in Houston or Harris County. Retail space occupancy is currently stronger than in the overall Houston market – 97% vs. 84%. Industrial space occupancy is [...]

Strategic Partner Awards 2011

2012-03-22T00:41:26+00:00September 13th, 2011|About the District, Community, Economic Development, Events|

The strategic parent awards are given out each year to recognize strategic and community partners who make a difference in east Aldine. Categories include: • Chairman's Award • Governmental • Educational • Public Health • Community and Youth • Public Safety • Business • Volunteer of the Year 2011 Winners Chairman's Award: Senator Mario Gallegos [...]

Strategic Partners Awards

2011-09-20T12:21:13+00:00March 10th, 2011|About the District, Community, Events|

Enjoy pictures taken by Roan Matthews from the East Aldine 2011 Strategic Partner Awards and Reception Dinner. District officials, business partners, legislators, educators, and community members attended the dinner. East Aldine 2011 Strategic Partner Awards and Reception Dinner - Images by Roan Matthews

10 Years of Success

2012-02-24T19:29:47+00:00February 22nd, 2011|About the District, Community, Events|

The District kicked-off their 10th Anniversary Year with a cleanup in our Keith-Wiess Park. With assistance from community partners: Bonding Against Diversity, the Boy Scouts, Harris County Sherriff’s Department, YMCA, Harris County Emergency Corps, Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services, City of Houston Parks and Recreation Department, and the Mac Arthur Generals, over 130 [...]

East Aldine Sales Tax Revenue Up For This Month

2011-09-20T12:21:57+00:00February 16th, 2011|About the District, Community, Economic Development|

The East Aldine Management District collected more in sales taxes this month than it did in February of the previous year. The district, which was created to fund projects enhancing the physical, social and economic well-being of the Aldine area, collected $342,783.63 in sales taxes. That's $60,121.40 more than the amount that was collected in [...]

All district meetings have been canceled for December, 2018.

Our regular meeting schedule will resume in January, 2019.