Lincoln Park Community Center named “Health and Wellness Partner of the Year” in recognition of the outstanding facilities and wellness programs it provides to residents.
Precinct One supports neighborhood partnerships and safety at National Night Out
Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis, joined by about 80 young athletesdemonstrating “street games,” on Tuesday kicked off the 32nd annual Street Olympics Summer Games.
Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis, with the microphone, watches as Reginald Adams, director of Precinct One’s Public Art and Design Department, cuts the ribbon for a mural on the Hardy Senior Center
Precinct One’s Environmental Education Program hosted its annual Earth Day Celebration on April 21 to teach our youth the importance of protecting the planet.
Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner announced on April 16 that Precinct One will commit to spend up to $10 million for one year on pedestrian- and bike-safety improvements on Houston streets in Precinct One.
Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner on March 13 announced a joint agreement in which Precinct One will pay $30 million to improve seven streets in the University of Houston-Texas Southern University corridor
Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis applauded a federal appeals court that ruled Wednesday the county’s wealth-based bail policy violates the Constitution because it jails misdemeanor defendants simply because they cannot pay money bail.
Precinct One has distributed 119 surplus electric generators to help senior citizens affected by Hurricane Harvey recover from the historic flooding and better prepare them for future severe weather.
Due to a winter storm that is bringing freezing rain and sleet into the area, Harris County Precinct One will close its parks at noon Tuesday and re-open on Thursday, weather permitting.