The Houston Parks and Recreation Department in conjunction with East Aldine Management District is conducting a survey on possible amenities and park activities for the northern quadrant of Keith-Wiess Park with an emphasis on the nature trail/detention basin area. Please utilize the link below to share your input and vision for the park. English: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TLQ8SLT Español: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TLQ8SLT?lang=es [...]
This project will excavate approximately 192,000 cubic yards of soil, which is equivalent to more than 15,000 dump trucks full of dirt. HOUSTON, TEXAS - The Harris County Flood Control District has begun work on a $3.5 million construction project on the Little York Stormwater Detention Basin and the Hopper Stormwater Detention Basin. The project is [...]
Virtual Community Engagement Meeting for the Lauder Stormwater Detention Basin – Phase 2 HCFCD Unit P500-06-00 – Bond Project C-34 The Harris County Flood Control District will hold a virtual Community Engagement Meeting for Phase 2 of the Lauder Stormwater Detention Basin project. The purpose of this meeting is to inform residents about the status [...]
For more information email Michael.Turner@eng.hctx.net
Take a look at the progress the East Aldine District building is making.
Already home to two community centers, ballfields, covered and lit basketball courts, and a supercool modern playground, shaded by grape-purple and lime-green sunsails and complete with slides kids actually have fun on, James Driver Park strives only to get better. Last summer, Harris County Precinct 2 commissioner Adrian Garcia announced plans for James Driver [...]
By Christina Autry After 19 years, the goal of the East Aldine District remains “to keep the area clean, safe, attractive, and to promote a thriving business environment, and an economically vibrant community,” says Richard Cantu, Deputy Executive Director. While oftentimes this mission materializes in high-profile projects such as the Town Center development, much diligence [...]
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