AERIAL VIEW of the new East Aldine Town Center as taken by a drone. Aldine Mail Route is in the foreground, Keith Wiess Park beyond, and on the horizon downtown Houston. The center includes the Harris County 9-1-1 Call Center, at left, the BakerRipley complex at the center, and the Lone Star College-North Harris campus [...]
The East Aldine District joined HCFCD in presenting the Aldine Westfield Detention Basin project to the Greenbriar Townhomes HOA on Wednesday, February 6th, 2019. The community was informed about the timeline and general parameters of the project which is set to begin by late April 2019, and last for approximately a year! The members of [...]
A county-wide survey of residents is among the first steps that the County Judge is taking to learn from residents what issues matter most, and what needs to be prioritized when it comes to planning things like the county budget and creating a more accessible county government. Take the Survey
The District is pleased to announce that as a part of their planned bond issuance for the Town Center project, it has been given a rating of AA- according to S&P Global Ratings. This primarily due to: continued expansion and diversification of the district area; a very strong audited sales tax collections through 2017 and [...]
By Mike Snyder, Houston Chronicle Extended families often share small homes in working-class communities like East Aldine. With this in mind, Johnny Ramirez focused on efficient use of space when he started designing furniture for his neighbors, such as beds that pull out from walls and rest on objects doubling as desks. “In a basic [...]
The East Aldine District held their monthly board meeting on Tuesday, October 16. There were a number of interesting projects discussed including the town center progress, hiring of the engineering from Cobb-Fendley to study and correct turning radius in major intersections of the district, and the upcoming fall festival. Nataly Perez East Aldine Board [...]
Paying it Forward: Mayor Turner Requests Donations and Volunteers to Assist Areas Affected by Hurricane Florence.
HOUSTON - At the direction of Mayor Sylvester Turner, the Houston Relief Hub will coordinate Houston's Paying It Forward Hurricane Relief Response to Hurricane Florence. The Mayor’s Office has made contact with relief groups in the region that are requesting: Cleaning supplies (with bleach) Personal hygiene items Nonperishable food Bottled water Pet food and supplies [...]
Join BakerRipley and Judge Ed Emmett for a discussion on the Harris County 2018 Flood Control District Bond Program and Special Election on August 25.