- Landowner’s Bill of Rights
- Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts – Harris County Water Control and Improvement District #96
Greens Bayou Corridor Coalition
Greens Bayou Corridor Coalition, a 501(c)3 organization, seeks to benefit the economy and enhance the quality of life for the 400,000 residents in the Greens Bayou watershed through flood mitigation, parks and trails development, and economic development. Greens Bayou Corridor Coalition in collaboration with the National Park Service has developed a Master Plan designed to link existing recreational facilities, plan for a linear trail system, and help identify future opportunities. The Greens Bayou corridor has been divided into four geographic committees and the committees work on bringing together partners for project implementation. Each of our outreach committees plan bayou clean-up, tree planting, water quality testing and invasive removal projects to bring about a positive impact to the communities we serve. There are plenty of opportunities for joining the committee or volunteering for one of our events. For more information, please visit our website at http://greensbayou.org.
Patty Potty Patrol
No Wipes In The Pipes!!!
“People are flushing all kinds of things down the toilet!
It’s not a trash can, you know! Some paper products and wipes are advertised as ‘flushable’ but they aren’t. Sure, they will flush down, but they won’t flush OUT. Wipes won’t decompose… they get caught up in wastewater treatment plant screens and filters — and that costs money to clear and repair!”
“Please help protect water quality and our environment — and prevent costly water treatment plant repairs, as well! Take the pledge….NO WIPES IN THE PIPES!”
For more information, please visit Patty Potty at http://www.pattypotty.com.
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Patty Potty was created by Payne Communications & Associates in collaboration with the San Jacinto River Authority
Harris County Precinct 4
Commissioner Jack Cagle
Community Assistance Department
Contact the Community Assistance Department with questions about Harris County, Harris County Precinct 4 services, Adopt-A-County Mile Program, nuisance abatements, and road and bridge maintenance.
To contact or send a request to the Community Assistance Department:
- Complete and submit a request form online at www.hcp4.net/Assistance/CAD
- Call 281-353-8424, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Send a letter to Commissioner R. Jack Cagle at the address above.
- Print the online request form and fax to (281) 893-5589 or mail to 1001 Preston, Suite 950, Houston, Texas 77002
- To report road hazards after hours or on weekends or holidays, please contact the Harris County operator at (713) 755-5000
Fall Creek Homeowners Association
For more information about your community and area activities, visit the Fall Creek Homeowners Association at www.fallcreeklife.com.