On Saturday, July 23, join Mayor Sylvester Turner, Council Member Brenda Stardig, of District A, and the Houston Parks Board in celebrating the demolition of the Oakbrook Apartments with free food, games and giveaways!
The complex at 5353 DeSoto Street has been vacant for years and sits directly along White Oak Bayou Greenway. After the buildings are demolished the property will be turned into open green space and meadows.
Parking will be provided at White Oak Shopping Center at 6644 Antoine Dr. with early shuttle service to the event. You’re encouraged to take the White Oak Bayou Greenway trail to the event from the shopping center or from home (signs will be posted).
This comes from a Ginny Stogner McDavid who has set up a Play Date for children, at the Forest West Pool. To sign up, you must be a resident with paid up service fees and maintenance fees, be able to take advantage of this opportunity.
Sat, 7-16-16, 9-11 am
Come join me and my kindergartener Jason for some fun in the sun!
We will take advantage of these morning hours and beat the heat. We will bring some drinks and snacks, and his water guns! If you have not already completed your pool application, click here
Just drop it off during pool hours
. Your guests can come for a fee of $ 5 per guest. Let us know if you can make it by reaching me on my mobile-832-922-0362. See you on the 16th!
The Forest West Garden Club is happy to announce that Dan and Anna Mewhinney of 5611 Bough Court have won the Forest West Yard of the Month award for the month of July. We thank and congratulate them for their efforts and for helping to make Forest West a better place to live.
We had a great turnout today for our annual July 4th parade. Thank you all for making our events great. I especially want to thank HFD Station 50 for leading our parade, walking with us, and giving the kids an opportunity to tour the fire truck. In addition the mayor’s office sent 3 representatives to join in on the fun. Thank you Mayor Turner for your support.