Richwood Place Civic Association will be holding a Virtual General Meeting on Tuesday November 16th at 7:00 PM. We will also be holding elections for Board positions. The positions of President, Secretary, and Councilor will be open next year and at this meeting hopefully we will get some candidates for these positions. Please plan to attend and also to consider serving your neighborhood in one of these positions. If you have not received an email with meeting info please send an email to email@example.com with your street address and you will be sent the login info. Here are the agenda items:
1) National Night Out Recap 2) Treasurer’s Report 3) Fairmont Museum District Update 4) Election of Board Members 5) Papa Mio/Ambrosia Property Proposal 6) Woodhead Safe Street Project by Montrose TIRZ 7) Delays in Recycling Pickup
We are happy to announce that Richwood Place will have a National Night Out event this year after having to cancel last year. The event will be held at 1823 Norfolk on Tuesday October 5th from 6:00-8:00 PM. More details to follow in the coming days.
Richwood Place Civic Association will be holding a Virtual General Meeting on Tuesday September 14th at 7:00 PM. Association members on our mailing list will be receiving login information via email. If you have not received this email by Saturday September 11th please send an email with your street address to firstname.lastname@example.org for login info. We have several important topics to discuss so please plan to join us!
If you are concerned about the state of sidewalks in our neighborhood and Montrose in general please check the link below to register for a Sidewalk Summit sponsored by Councilmembers David Robinson and Sallie Alcorn.
Richwood Place Civic Association will be holding a Virtual General Meeting on Tuesday June 29th at 7:00 PM. We are hoping to be able to meet again in person soon. Association members on our mailing list will be receiving login information via email. If you have not received this email by Saturday June 25th please send an email with your street address to email@example.com for login info. We have several important topics to discuss so please plan to join us!
The long awaited Shepherd Drive reconstruction is set to begin in a couple of weeks. This work will affect the traffic flow in our neighborhood while the construction is underway. Here is an update from the Upper Kirby District:
Members of the Shepherd Drive Community,
We recently received and approved a construction schedule for the Shepherd Drive project from Harper Brothers. In the next few weeks ill be sharing via email the locations of work that will occur on Shepherd. Just a reminder , not all of Shepherd will be “worked on” at the same time. The City of Houston limits construction on main thoroughfares to 1000ft increments.
Beginning the second week of March the contractor will be working the northbound lane of Shepherd just north of I59. He will be replacing water lines located under Shepherd Drive lanes through the month of March. The rest of the street improvements will not occur until February of 2022.
He will also be replacing Storm lines along the (east of Shepherd Dr only) adjacent streets: Lexington Ave, Norfolk Ave, and Portsmouth Ave. This work will continue through December.
The lion share of construction work will occur on the northern most section of Shepherd Drive which is south of Westheimer Street. He will be working on the northbound lane from the Westheimer intersection south to Kipling Street. This work begins in March and includes waterlines, storm lines, telecom and roadway pavement. This work is expected to last through June of this year.
Next update I will discuss work beginning in April.
The Upper Kirby District will finally start the Shepherd Drive reconstruction project this year. An official start date has not been announced yet but the construction contract has been awarded. Here are some renderings of the finished project: