At Work On Your Behalf: Updates from the June 6 MPNA Meeting

June 15, 2018 12:45 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Important Updates from the June 6 MPNA Meeting: 

Wheeler Encampment.  Marilyn Brown, President and CEO of Coalition for the Homeless Houston (, presented an update about the Coalition efforts to secure permanent supportive housing for those living in the Wheeler Encampment. Please see link here for full report and go to for additional information on best ways to donate/help the homeless in our community.  Follow The Way Home Houston FaceBook page for more updates.

311 Presentation.  Isaiah Monroe and Pamela Scott from 311 gave a presentation about the 311 system for reporting and resolving problems noted in our neighborhood. They emphasized that 311 can be used to report almost anything or to simply get information.

There are four ways to report a problem to 311:

  • Website where you can submit a problem or check to see what problems have already been reported. Hover over the red dot on the map to see details or status.
  • 311 App:  Download the 311 app for iphone or android and use the app to submit a problem.
  • Call 311 and talk to a 311 operator. Problems can be reported anonymously or you can provide your email address to have the case #/report emailed to you, which will allow you to follow the progress/completion. If you have a question, just call 311 to get an answer!
  • Email 311 with a problem to:

Hermann Drive Pedestrian Safety Concerns.  A growing sense of concern for the safety of residents and visitors crossing Hermann Drive has arisen in recent conversations among neighbors, at the spring Quality of Life Committee meeting, and at MPNA Board meetings. As residents of Museum Park, we frequently see/experience incidents along Hermann Drive that should be reported to the City of Houston.  If you want to share your concerns with specific stories, pictures, and any specific street intersection, please do so with a note to city officials listed here.

Noise issues.  If you or a neighbor have concerns regarding noise coming from bars near you, please send an email noting your concerns along with your contact information to Other Neighborhood Associations from this area have formed a group to address these concerns. Please let us know if you want to get more involved in working with them to find solutions.

Save the Date.  More details to follow on these upcoming events: 

July 10       Cap Park Design, Public Input meeting
August 2    HPD Back to School Bash
August 26  Boone’s Cycles 50th Year Celebration
Sept 28      Museum Park Night at Miller Outdoor Theatre
Oct 2          Museum Park National Ni

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