Flood Control & Resiliency Update

SB7 Signed by Gov. Abbott, Judge Hidalgo Addresses Houston Stronger Meeting Celebration is in order! Thank you for supporting NHA’s involvement in the recent legislative session, specifically with regard to Senate Bill 7, which was signed by Governor Abbott late last week.  Sen. Creighton was the author of the landmark bill, which allocates $2B for recovery and…
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Media Release – NHA Board Endorses August 25th Bond Election

MEDIA RELEASE   North Houston Association’s Board in Support of August 25th Bond Election   Houston – July 20, 2018 – The North Houston Association’s (NHA) board of directors is officially endorsing the upcoming August 25 Harris County bond referendum, which could result in $2.5 billion in bonds for flood risk reduction projects throughout the…
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Flood Control’s Proposed Project List, Public Meetings

NHA to Submit Comments for August 25th Bond Election   Harris County Commissioners Court has called a bond election for August 25, 2018, for the Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD). Registered voters in Harris County will be asked to vote on what could be $2.5 billion in bonds for flood risk reduction projects throughout the county. As part…
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NHA Collaborates on Resiliency

Informational Event on Bond Election May 31 Shortly following Hurricane Harvey, NHA committed to collaborate with other area organizations on solutions for regional flood control. Since that time, I have been part of the creation of a formal organization, Houston Stronger, that has one simple mission – to advocate for flood and storm resiliency solutions….
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NHA Hosts State of the Counties/Awards Luncheon

The North Houston Association (NHA) will honor Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Cypress Creek Flood Control Coalition’s Jim Robertson and Vesta Rea-Gaubert, Vesta Rea & Associates, at its awards luncheon on May 30.   Judge Doyal will receive the organization’s North Star Award for his long-term contributions to the north Houston region. NHA’s Environmental Impact…
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