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Vote Now for One Bin for All

What if everything you put in a waste bin could be recycled? What if "trash" became extinct? And what if you no longer had to sort your plastic cups from your glass jar from your banana peel?

One Bin for All is a revolutionary idea for residents to discard all materials in one bin, treating "trash" as valuable assets, dramatically increasing recycling using game changing technologies.

Houston is one of the 20 national finalists chosen by Bloomberg Philanthropies to receive a generous grant to help implement One Bin for All. You can help the City of Houston's idea become a reality!


Free Document Shredding for Individual Houston Residents

To improve services, safety and the quality of life for all Houstonians, the City of Houston, in partnership with Data Shredding Services of Texas, Inc., is offering free on-site document shredding services to individual Houston residents once a month at different locations throughout the city. This month the event is at:

Saturday, February 23, 2013
8 a.m. - noon
HPD South Central Station
2202 St. Emanuel Street
Houston 77003

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 February 2013 18:29

All-New 311 Help and Info Smartphone App

To make contact between Houstonians and the City of Houston even more flexible, convenient, efficient and customer-­focused, 311 Help and Info users are now able to submit service requests via the new Smartphone app, the redesigned website, email or by calling the 24/7 call center.

In addition to expanded call-center hours and the new Smartphone app, 311's redesigned website, www.Houston311.org, enables Houstonians to easily submit a request for service online.  Additionally, 311 has launched a new interactive mapping tool that allows Houstonians to track the progress of their request and view the status of other requests made by neighbors.


Proposed Changes to Land Development and Off-Street Parking Ordinances

The City of Houston Planning and Development Department proposes amendments to Houston Land Development Ordinance, Chapter 42 of the Code of Ordinances. These amendments attempt to balance the needs of protecting neighborhoods and encouraging redevelopment in order to position Houston for continued growth and change.


Proposed Changes to Precious Metals Ordinance

The Houston Police Department (HPD) has proposed changes to the Precious Metals Section of the City of Houston Code of Ordinances. The proposed changes were initially discussed at the Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee Meeting on August 28, 2012.After receiving feedback from attendees at that meeting, some revisions were made. HPD will be presenting the amended proposal at the Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee. The meeting is open to the public.


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