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Don't Travel For Thanksgiving, CDC Warns
11/21/2020
Don't Travel For Thanksgiving, CDC Warns

Don't Travel For Thanksgiving, CDC Warns

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its recommendations one week before the holiday, advising that Americans be careful amid an explosion in the spread of the coronavirus.

#COHEmployeeNews believes you can and you will! #MotivationMonday #KeepMovingForward
11/16/2020

#COHEmployeeNews believes you can and you will! #MotivationMonday #KeepMovingForward

#COHEmployeeNews salutes our veterans today and every day. #VeteransDay2020
11/11/2020

#COHEmployeeNews salutes our veterans today and every day. #VeteransDay2020

#COHEmployeeNews wishes everyone a safe and healthy weekend! See you Monday! #FridayVibes
11/06/2020

#COHEmployeeNews wishes everyone a safe and healthy weekend! See you Monday! #FridayVibes

Houston Health Department
10/31/2020

Houston Health Department

Houston Health Department employees are always ready to work and get the job done.....not to mention they are very photogenic!! 😉

Timeline Photos
10/23/2020

Timeline Photos

#COHEmployeeNews congratulates Paul Gonzalez for being chosen as HR's Employee of the Month for October. Thanks for your...
10/21/2020

#COHEmployeeNews congratulates Paul Gonzalez for being chosen as HR's Employee of the Month for October. Thanks for your contributions and commitment to your team and clients! #HRStrong

Timeline Photos
10/20/2020

Timeline Photos

Timeline Photos
10/13/2020

Timeline Photos

Timeline Photos
10/12/2020

Timeline Photos

Learn how HPW employees rally around coworkers in times of need. #COHEmployeeNews #HouPublicWorkshttps://bit.ly/3loOoVu
10/07/2020
HPW employees help meet spiritual needs of their colleagues

Learn how HPW employees rally around coworkers in times of need. #COHEmployeeNews #HouPublicWorks
https://bit.ly/3loOoVu

Several Houston Public Works employees share their faith and help support HPW colleagues dealing with grief, illness, or going through a difficult time. Reginald Banes will never forget the look in the eye and the hug that seemed like it wouldn’t end. A Houston Public Works colleague had died, and...

It's Combined Municipal Campaign time. Learn how your donations to the W.A.T.E.R Fund help Houston's elderly in need.
10/05/2020
W.A.T.E.R Fund creates waves of healthy homes for elderly - Issuu

It's Combined Municipal Campaign time. Learn how your donations to the W.A.T.E.R Fund help Houston's elderly in need.

Imagine living amid Houston’s hot and humid weather in a home with no running water. You not only don’t have safe drinking water but lack complete plumbing for a tap, shower and toilet.

The Combined Municipal Campaign starts today. Now, more than ever, charities need help. Sign up through ESS at portal.ho...
10/01/2020

The Combined Municipal Campaign starts today. Now, more than ever, charities need help. Sign up through ESS at portal.houstontx.gov. For more information about the CMC, visit houstoncmc.org.

#ThankfulThursdays #COHEmployeeNews #CMC

#COHEmployeeNews recognizes Bravo winner Jeremy Lahar for his commitment to community! #COHBravoWinner https://bit.ly/33...
09/30/2020
Jeremy Lahar pays it forward one resident at a time

#COHEmployeeNews recognizes Bravo winner Jeremy Lahar for his commitment to community! #COHBravoWinner
https://bit.ly/33evme2

Bravo winner heals community through personal connections   Growing up without a father figure wasn’t easy for Jeremy Lahar. "There was a lot opportunities for me to make the wrong decisions and you know go in the wrong direction” said Lahar, a sergeant for the Houston Police Department...

09/28/2020

#COHEmployeeNews #MotivationMondays

Severe Weather Notice for City EmployeesDue to the threat of inclement weather from Tropical Storm Beta, and to ensure t...
09/22/2020

Severe Weather Notice for City Employees

Due to the threat of inclement weather from Tropical Storm Beta, and to ensure the safety of staff, the City Employees’ Severe Weather Notice is being updated to the following:

• Tier III – Non-Essential employees and Tier II will have a delayed start at 10 a.m. tomorrow, September 23, 2020.
• Tier I - Essential Employees will report at their regular scheduled time tomorrow, September 23, 2020.

Please be safe and stay alert to weather conditions. City employees should monitor the Houston radio and television stations for communications issued by the Mayor. Employees should also monitor their department’s communications regarding any directives for status of emergency conditions and reporting to work. Employees should contact their supervisor if they have any questions regarding their tier designation or any other concerns.

Update: Non-essential employees will not report to work today. For those non-essential employees who have already arrive...
09/22/2020

Update: Non-essential employees will not report to work today. For those non-essential employees who have already arrived at work, you may return home as weather permits. Exercise caution before leaving and monitor road conditions.

Please monitor media outlets for further information and updates.

For up-to-date emergency information, sign up for AlertHouston at HoustonEmergency.org.

Updated: Due to weather conditions, non-essential city employees will not report to work today. Please monitor media out...
09/22/2020

Updated: Due to weather conditions, non-essential city employees will not report to work today. Please monitor media outlets for updates.

09/21/2020

#COHEmployeeNews #MotivationMondays

#COHEmployeeNews congratulates Susan Hughes for being chosen as HR's Employee of the Month for September. Thanks for all...
09/18/2020

#COHEmployeeNews congratulates Susan Hughes for being chosen as HR's Employee of the Month for September. Thanks for all you do Susan! #HRStrong

We are challenging employees across city departments to take the census and participate in the Take the Census Departmen...
09/18/2020

We are challenging employees across city departments to take the census and participate in the Take the Census Department Selfie/Dance Challenge!

Free pick up today, Sept. 18
You can also come by the lobby at 611 Walker between 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. today to pick up a t-shirt and yard sign for your selfie/video. Masks must be worn and social distancing protocols will be followed.

If you can't make it the pick, all you need to do is print out the census placard, write in why you've completed the census and take a selfie or video of yourself with the sign. You can download Councilmember Carolyn Evans-Shabazz's jingle and dance to the tune of "Take the Census."

Send in your videos or selfies to [email protected] by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, September 22.

Houston Health Department
09/16/2020

Houston Health Department

We are SO PROUD of our very own Rahmatu Mansaray, MSN, RN who will present in the Nurse Talks Empowerment Series by Texas Nurses Association.

Using Data to Inform the COVID-19 Response
September 24, 2020
6 p.m. CST, 5 p.m. MST

Register today: http://ow.ly/SQeb50Bqxo8

09/15/2020
2021 "Give & Grow" CMC

The COH 2021 "Give & Grow" CMC is just around the corner. Check out our video to learn how your donations help!

#COHEmployeeNews #MotivationMondays
09/14/2020

#COHEmployeeNews #MotivationMondays

#COHEmployeeNews #MotivationMondays
09/07/2020

#COHEmployeeNews #MotivationMondays

Houston Health Department
09/04/2020

Houston Health Department

Congratulations to Norma Atherton of the Houston Health Department! Here she's being recognized for her participation in the city's COVID-19 Community Health Education Fellows (CHEF) Program.

We're proud of you, Norma!

Read press release: http://ow.ly/WKHp50BhwVV

Think you're funny? Caption this! Enter our COH caption contest bit.ly/COHSeptcaptioncontest. DEADLINE September 10. #CO...
09/02/2020
Caption Contest

Think you're funny? Caption this! Enter our COH caption contest bit.ly/COHSeptcaptioncontest. DEADLINE September 10. #COHEmployeeNews #COHCaptionContest

If your caption is a finalist, it will be put to a vote by our readers in the next issue of City Savvy. The winner will receive a framed version of the cartoon with the caption printed on it.

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Stay safe...forge onward. Together, I have no doubt, we can do this!
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The Contracts section of the Legal Department wore pink today to show our support for sweet angel, Maleah Davis. #angelinheaven #pink #unicorns #coh
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Go...go..go...Texan Day 2019