Mayor Annise Parker
On Saturday, Houston Mayor Annise Parker kicked off the City’s 4th Annual Demo Day by swiping at a run-down property located on Lavender Street with a bulldozer.
On Wednesday, Houston Mayor Annise Parker unveiled data from Houston Registry Week, which is a week-long initiative, outlining Houston’s plan to get more than 2,000 homeless individuals off of Houston’s streets.
On Tuesday, Houston Mayor Annise Parker unveiled a $4.9 billion proposed total city budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2013.
For Houstonians struggling with employment and housing, city programs are available to help.
May 5 Lemonade Day empowers youth to become tomorrow’s entrepreneurs today
The Heart Of Gold Celebration 2013 honored both a father and a son with a strong commitment to service within the Houston community.
On Tuesday, Houston Mayor Annise Parker joined the City of Houston’s 311 Help & Info and launched the all-new 311 Smartphone app for mobile devices.
On Wednesday, Houston Mayor Annise Parker and Houston community officials kicked off demolition of the last of a group of buildings that were once referred to as the “Dirty Half Dozen”.
In an announcement made on Wednesday, the office of Houston Mayor Annise Parker revealed the appointment of Mandy Chapman Semple as the Houston’s first Special Assistant to the Mayor for Homeless Initiatives.
On Wednesday, the office of Houston Mayor Annise Parker released crime statistics that show a decline in Houston’s overall crime rate.