The September 28, 2017 Property Owners Meeting will be held at the Sadlers’ house at 7:30 p.m. The address is 1203 Mustang Trail. Please park on Forest Cove Drive and enter at the side of the house– We are installing a drain and there is a pile of dirt on the front walk.
Sun Packing Debris Pick-up will be in the Forest Cove area picking up debris. They were working on Hamblen Road today (9-21-2017) and will hit the rest of the affected area starting tomorrow (9-22-2017) and the following days. All roads need to be clear and debris piles not further than 10 feet from the curb when possible. If debris piles are further back from the curb, residents will need to push their pile forward until it is all gone. Click on the below link for further information.
Houston City Council Member Dave Martin will host an informational meeting on Thursday, September 28, at 6:30 p.m., at the Kingwood Community Center located at 4102 Rustic Woods Dr. There will be informational tables available for those that arrive early to the meeting to assist with any questions.
It is paramount that our residents have access to the resources needed to assist them with their recovery. As a result, Council Member Martin has invited representatives from the following organizations to be available to residents at this meeting:
⭑Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) ⭑Solid Waste Department ⭑Public Works & Engineering Department (Code Enforcement/Floodplain Management Team) ⭑Housing & Community Development Department ⭑Department of Neighborhoods ⭑Houston Police Department ⭑Houston Health Department ⭑Harris County Flood Control District ⭑Harris County Appraisal District.
“We realize residents have been affected by the storm in many ways. Again, we would like to emphasize that each organization will have an informational table in order to better address one-on-one questions from attendees. The District E council office is here to serve our residents in the weeks, months and even years to come. I invite you to join us for this informative community meeting.” ~ Council Member Dave Martin