C.E.R.T. Classes Starts February 21 - April 11, 2013 FREE!
Location: Lone Star College Kingwood Campus, 20000 Kingwood Dr
Every Thursday for 8 weeks, 6:30p-9:30p
To register, please contact Misty Gunn at email@example.com or 281-436-8169 PRE-REGRISTRATION IS PREFERED. Printable Information
HELP REQUESTED LOCATING THIS SUSPECT
The HPD is asking for our assistance in locating this suspect. Anyone with leads should call HPD. This suspect is wanted for questioning in an attempted sexual assault and in an attempted child abduction. Both of these crimes occurred here in Kingwood.
WEST NILE VIRUS
What is West Nile Virus? West Nile Virus (WNV) is a mosquito-borne disease that can cause encephalitis. Mosquitoes spread the virus after they feed on infected birds, and then bite people, other birds and animals. Please read the important information and prevention tips:
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE WEST NILE VIRUS
PREVENTION & PROTECTION
IGNORED BOATS ARE A MOSQUITO'S DREAM HOME!
BECOME A FRIEND OF KINGWOOD PARKS
Become a Friend of Kingwood Parks today for as little as $25. Support parks and recreation facilities in our community. A $25 donation includes a bumper sticker. A $50 donation includes a bumper sticker, plus a Friends of Kingwood Parks T-shirt. A $100 or larger donation includes everything above plus a Friends of Kingwood Parks baseball cap. CLICK HERE FOR DONATION FORM AND OTHER INFORMATION.
|City of Houston Implements Stage One Water Conservation Measures
Lack of rain and record high temperatures have made it necessary for the City of Houston to institute Stage One Water Conservation Measures, as outlined in Chapter 47 in the Code of Ordinances.
The City requests residents limit lawn watering to the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 a.m. and NO more than two days per week. Residents are asked to abide by the following schedule:Sundays and Thursdays for customers with even-numbered street addresses
Saturdays and Wednesdays for customers with odd-numbered street addresses
The City will also be contacting large commercial water customers to request voluntary reductions in water consumption. As required by the ordinance, City departments are instituting a water use reduction program which includes but is not limited to:
While the City of Houston Public Works and Engineering Department has adequate water capacity to meet the demands of its customers, the following tips can also help our customers be good water stewards during one of the most severe droughts in Texas history:
Kingwood Medical Center Seeks TxDOT Land For decades, KSA has served as the steward of Kingwood's entries. After the reconstruction of US Highway 59, KSA partnered with TxDOT to renovate the entries.
Through KSA, Kingwood CAs, residents and businesses contributed almost half of a million dollars to this effort for construction. They also contribute another $94,000 per year toward maintenance – on both sides of US 59 at North Park Drive and Kingwood Drive. KSA has maintained all eight quadrants at both intersections for more than 30 years.
Recently, HCA/Kingwood Medical Center requested KSA's support in buying land owned by TxDOT inside the old entrance ramp that is adjacent to the hospital. The hospital wants the land to expand its parking lot and relocate its heliport closer to the emergency room entrance, but it would mean cutting down the trees on the corner.
KSA spent two months exploring the request. To understand KSA's involvement in the entries and learn more about the ramifications of the hospital's request go to www.kingwoodparks.com. Then click in entries.