Clicky

City of Spring Valley Village

City of Spring Valley Village City of Spring Valley Village
City Hall
1025 Campbell Rd. Houston, TX 77055
Phone: (713) 465-8308
FA Is off-subject or out of context

2.

Rules
By posting or commenting on any social media account created by City of Spring Valley Village, you participate by your own choice and take personal responsibility for your comments, your username and any information you provide therein. You further agree to the following terms of use:

The City of Spring Valley Village maintains a social media program for the purpose of engaging and interact

Rules
By posting or commenting on any social media account created by City of Spring Valley Village, you participate by your own choice and take personal responsibility for your comments, your username and any information you provide therein. You further agree to the following terms of use:

The City of Spring Valley Village maintains a social media program for the purpose of engaging and interact

Operating as usual

11/09/2022

Dear Spring Valley Village Resident,

The City of Spring Valley Village Public Works crew will be repairing one small section of sidewalk along Campbell Road starting today, Wednesday, November 9. The repairs are expected to be completed Friday, November 18, weather permitting. The work will involve closing a small section of one lane of traffic on Campbell Road at the work location during repairs from Lupton Court to Elizabeth Road. The work is scheduled to begin after the morning rush and school drop-offs and will stop before afternoon rush and school pick-ups to minimize impacts to residents. Please be aware of the lane closures as you travel along this street.

Dear Spring Valley Village Resident,The City of Spring Valley Village has contracted with One Source Cleaning Solutions ...
11/08/2022
www.springvalleytx.com

Dear Spring Valley Village Resident,

The City of Spring Valley Village has contracted with One Source Cleaning Solutions to sweep the major thoroughfares and collector streets in the City on a quarterly basis. The street sweeping for this quarter will begin on Monday, November 14, 2022, around 9:00 or 10:00 a.m. and should be completed by the end of the day. If you see a street sweeper in the street, please use caution while passing due to the slow moving operations of the machine and the dust the machine usually stirs up. To view the map reflecting the streets scheduled to be swept please see below or visit the City's website at the following link: https://www.springvalleytx.com/ImageRepository/Document?documentId=2001&fbclid=IwAR2SBOMEa2mVpo9eAdZozXde6Z0fTgryuKE0eubREGw8hF0__7RNeQwydiE

Dear Spring Valley Village Resident,As a reminder, early voting for the General Election ends tomorrow, Friday, November...
11/03/2022

Dear Spring Valley Village Resident,

As a reminder, early voting for the General Election ends tomorrow, Friday, November 4th. Did you know that you can vote at ANY one of the 800 voting locations in Harris County during early voting? November 8, 2022, is election day and Spring Valley Village City Hall will be a polling location. To find a location nearest you, please click here. Polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

10/28/2022

Dear Spring Valley Village Residents,
The City of Spring Valley Village Public Works crew will be repairing one small section of sidewalk on Westview Drive starting Monday, October 31. The repairs are expected to be completed Wednesday, November 2, weather permitting. The work will involve closing a small section of one lane of traffic on Westview Drive at the work location. The work is scheduled to begin after the morning rush and school drop-offs and will stop before afternoon rush and school pick-ups to minimize impacts to residents. Please be aware of the lane closure as you travel along this street.

10/27/2022

Dear Spring Valley Village Residents,

It is our goal at the Spring Valley Village Police Department to always ensure the safest environment possible for our residents and visitors. On Halloween, we will be restricting motor vehicle traffic into the residential area East of Bingle Rd. Only residents and resident visitors will be allowed access into Brighton Place from 4:30 pm until the trick-or-treaters reduce to a safe volume for thru traffic. We will have Officers staged at the entering roadways who will request the address being accessed by either the resident or visitor. We believe that this will greatly reduce the possibility of an automobile/pedestrian accident from occurring. We will also have Officers staged and patrolling other areas of Spring Valley and Hilshire Village during this busy time. We appreciate your ongoing support and partnership!

Chief Mark Schulze
Spring Valley Village Police Department

10/25/2022

Dear Spring Valley Village Resident,

Due to a lack of quorum, the City Council meeting scheduled for today, October 25th, 2022, has been canceled.

10/24/2022

The City has just been notified about a possible chemical spill and some dead fish in Spring Branch Creek below the Pech Road Footbridge. The Village Fire Department is on scene and has called the Houston Hazardous Materials team to take care of this.

The Pech Road Footbridge is used constantly, so please use an alternate route until the spill has been remedied.

The Annual Memorial Villages Recycling Event is Saturday, October 22, 2022, from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm (Noon) in the Hedwig...
10/18/2022

The Annual Memorial Villages Recycling Event is Saturday, October 22, 2022, from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm (Noon) in the Hedwig Village City Hall Parking Lot, 955 Piney Point Road, Houston, TX 77024. This is a great opportunity to properly dispose of certain electronics and medications, shred paper, and donate gently used clothing, toys, and furniture.

For details, please read the flyers below.

PLEASE NOTE: With regard to disposing of medications, only pill forms are accepted, and the pills must be removed from all packaging. We hope you will take advantage of this recycling opportunity!

10/17/2022

Dear Spring Valley Village Residents,
On Monday, October 17, 2022, the City of Spring Valley issued one (1) Right-of-Way Permit to CenterPoint Energy Texas Gas Operations and sub-contractor M.J. Sheridan for the replacement and relocation of gas facilities on Burkhart Road (East of Bingle). This work is necessary as the existing gas facilities conflict with the proposed utilities and pavement improvements project scheduled for Burkhart Road (East of Bingle).
In the next few weeks, CenterPoint will be requesting line locates. The right-of-way work is anticipated to begin the first week of November 2022 and is expected to take 90 days. Prior to beginning, CenterPoint will mail a letter to residents as well as place door hangers on the front doors of any affected residents on Burkhart Road (East of Bingle) with information such as construction start date, potential lane closures, and important contacts. CenterPoint is aware that this work will be done during the holiday season and will do what it can to minimize the impact to the affected residents.
CenterPoint has coordinated with the school district on any potential impacts to bus stops and has been advised that school bus routes will not be affected by the upcoming work.

10/04/2022

Dear Spring Valley Village Residents,

The City of Spring Valley Village Public Works crew will be repairing three small sections of sidewalk on Campbell Road starting tomorrow, Wednesday, October 5. The repairs are expected to be completed Thursday, October 6, weather permitting. The work will involve closing small sections of one lane of traffic on Campbell Road at the work locations during repairs from Westview Drive to Bace Drive. The work is scheduled to begin after the morning rush and school drop-offs and will stop before afternoon rush and school pick-ups to minimize impacts to residents. Please be aware of the lane closures as you travel along this street.

09/30/2022

Street Construction Along Voss Road in Hunters Creek Village - Monday, October 3, 2022

The City was notified within the last hour that next week, beginning at 9:00 am on Monday, October 3, 2022, there will be a major construction project occurring on Voss Road between Memorial Drive and Beinhorn Road. Northbound Voss Road traffic will be diverted into the Southbound lanes at Jaycee Lane and return to the northbound lanes at Hunters Forest Drive. Voss Road will be restricted to one lane of traffic only in each direction on Voss in this area. The construction should conclude no later than 5:00 pm. Motorists may want to avoid this area and possible delays during the times of the construction project. Memorial Villages Police Department will be monitoring the area for the safety of the workers as they install new barriers to protect the sound walls that continue to be hit by motorists.

09/29/2022

The Spring Valley Village Police Department would like to remind the residents of this great community to be aware of your surrounding and immediately report any suspicious activity that is observed. The residents of this community are our most valuable partners and a tremendous help to the Spring Valley Village Police Department as our Officers work vigilantly to prevent and investigate any crimes in our area. “Community Matters. We are a team.”

09/23/2022

Dear Spring Valley Village Resident,

Please be advised, the City of Spring Valley Village Public Works Team Members will be repairing two small sidewalk sections at the southeast and southwest corners of Bingle Road and Westview Drive next week. The construction process will begin Monday, September 26 and is expected to be completed Thursday, September 29, weather permitting. This will involve closing a small section of one lane of traffic on Bingle at the work location during repairs. The work will begin after the morning rush and school drop-offs and will stop before afternoon rush and school pick-ups to minimize impact to residents. Please be aware of the lane closures as you travel along these two streets.

09/22/2022

The Spring Valley Village Police Department is asking for your help in reducing the opportunity for theft in our great community. We ask that all residents be sure to LOCK their vehicles and take the keys with them. This would substantially reduce the threat of theft involving a motor vehicle from occurring. Most of these types of crimes being committed in our area involve packages being readily visible, unlocked vehicles, or the keys being left inside. Our Officers will continue to vigorously patrol our community and greatly appreciate your help and overwhelming support.

09/16/2022

Dear Resident,
As part of the Spring Valley Village Capital Improvement Program, the streets within Brighton Place neighborhood are scheduled for re-construction to replace aging infrastructure and keep Spring Valley Village sustainable and viable. This project will require installation and construction of new pavement, underground storm sewers, and new water and wastewater lines.
The engineer selected by City Council for design of this project is CobbFendley. Although the City is currently in the pre-design phase, you may be seeing paint markings, survey crews, and a geotechnical team on your street in the next couple of weeks. The paint marking and flags you may see are required to mark the underground utilities so the survey crews can identify and accurately locate the utilities on the design plans. It is anticipated that the survey and geotechnical crews will be able to complete their work in a few days and the preliminary completion date of work in the field is September 27.
The City will continue to provide you with updates as the project progresses. Should you have any questions, please contact the Public Works Department at 713-465-8308.

Campaign season is shifting into high gear and with that comes rising number of political signs that you may begin to se...
09/15/2022

Campaign season is shifting into high gear and with that comes rising number of political signs that you may begin to see throughout the City. When this begins, we receive requests and questions regarding the removal of said signs. Here are a few things to keep in mind:

The City may remove political signs from the public rights-of-way at any time, but the City’s ability to remove political signs from private property is greatly restricted by State law.
Pursuant to Section 259.003 of the Texas Elections Code, the City may not prohibit political signs from being placed on private property. Additionally, the City cannot place any restrictions on how long political signs may be posted. The City may only enforce State law regulations on political signs that:
(1) exceed an effective area of 36 feet
(2) are more than 8 feet in height
(3) are illuminated; or
(4) have any moving elements.

So, as long as political signs are on private property with the consent of the property owner and do not exceed the above size and elements, the City is prohibited from requiring the removal of political signs from private property – regardless of how long they may be erected.

The City realizes that many consider political signs unsightly. However, political signs are protected to a great extent under State law, and the City must comply with those laws.

09/07/2022

Dear Residents,

Chief Schulze was looped in by Capitol Police, DPS, and HPD, that US Representatives Dan Crenshaw and Michael McCaul will hold a press conference tomorrow from
11:00 am - 2:00 pm at the Republican Headquarters located at 8586 Katy Freeway.
The city wanted to inform residents due to the fact that there may be a lot of disruption as a result of this event.

We will be closed today, Monday, September 5th, in observance of Labor Day. We hope you’ve had a great Labor Day weekend...
09/05/2022

We will be closed today, Monday, September 5th, in observance of Labor Day. We hope you’ve had a great Labor Day weekend!

08/24/2022
www.centerpointenergy.com

Dear Spring Valley Village Residents,
The City has been in contact with CenterPoint regarding residents’ tree trimming and power outage concerns. CenterPoint informed us that they inspect and maintain transmission rights-of-way and transmission line vegetation growth on a five-year cycle, meaning 20 percent of circuits/lines have trees removed or trimmed annually.
If you believe your tree is too close to power lines and may be causing service interruptions, you may contact CenterPoint directly at 713-207-2222 or 1-800-332-7143. A representative from CenterPoint will inspect the tree to determine if it requires trimming. If the tree does not create an obvious hazard or service reliability problem, CenterPoint may defer maintenance until area-wide trimming is done in the future.
The City of Spring Valley Village cannot request tree trimming on behalf of residents and has no control over CenterPoint’s tree trimming schedule.
You may find additional information at the following link: https://www.centerpointenergy.com/en-us/Safety/Pages/Tree-Trimming-Removal.aspx?sa=ho&au=res

Have you been to the park lately? On Friday, September 16th head to the Spring Valley Village City Park to check out the...
08/16/2022

Have you been to the park lately? On Friday, September 16th head to the Spring Valley Village City Park to check out the Dadbots and enjoy a slice of pie from Hearth and Dome Pizza.

Happy Fur Friend Friday! Please take a moment to review the updated changes to the Animal Control Regulations to our cod...
08/05/2022

Happy Fur Friend Friday! Please take a moment to review the updated changes to the Animal Control Regulations to our code of ordinances.

The City of Spring Valley Village continues to ask Spring Valley Village residents, businesses, and HOAs for their coope...
08/03/2022

The City of Spring Valley Village continues to ask Spring Valley Village residents, businesses, and HOAs for their cooperation in reducing their water consumption.

As a reminder, water customers are requested to voluntarily limit the irrigation of landscaped areas UP TO 2 days per week. Sunday and Thursdays for customers with a street address ending in an even number (0,2,4,6,8 ) and Saturdays and Wednesdays for customers with a street address ending in an odd number (1,3,5,7,9), and to irrigate only between the hours of 8:00p.m. and 6:00 a.m. on designated watering days.

For residents, businesses, and HOAs who are reading this and have yet to slow their water consumption, please do so immediately for the greater good of the Spring Valley Village community. The City has not implemented Stage 2 of the Water Drought Contingency Plan yet (which calls for mandatory water restrictions), but water supply levels continue to inch closer to their limits. We must stay focused to conserve as drought conditions and the heat continue.

For more information about the Drought Contingency Plan visit: https://www.springvalleytx.com/DocumentCenter/View/93/Water-Conservation-and-Drought-Contingency-Plan-PDF-?bidId=

Dear Spring Valley Village Resident(s), As a reminder, the City of Spring Valley Village entered Stage One – MILD Water ...
07/25/2022
Spring Valley, TX - Official Website | Official Website

Dear Spring Valley Village Resident(s),
As a reminder, the City of Spring Valley Village entered Stage One – MILD Water Shortage Conditions of the City’s Drought Contingency Plan on June 22, 2022.
As part of the Stage One Drought Response, water customers are requested to voluntarily limit the irrigation of landscaped areas to Sundays and Thursdays for customers with a street address ending in an even number (0, 2, 4, 6 or 8 ), and Saturdays and Wednesdays for water customers with a street address ending in an odd number (1, 3, 5, 7 or 9), and to irrigate landscapes only between the hours of midnight and 6:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. to midnight on designated watering days.
Additionally, water customers are requested to practice water conservation and to minimize or discontinue water use for non-essential purposes.
Water customers are also reminded to continue everyday efforts to prevent the loss of water:
• Check and repair water leaks, including dripping faucets & running toilets
• Check sprinkler heads to make sure water is not spraying into the street or directly into a storm drain and/or gutters
Please visit the city's website at www.springvalleytx.com to access the City of Spring Valley Drought Contingency Plan.

Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about.   

07/19/2022

Dear Spring Valley Village residents,

Mickie Services and our Public Works crew are still working on concrete pouring at Campbell Road and Bace Drive. Campbell Road will continue to have a one-lane closure at Bace Drive until tomorrow afternoon when the work is expected to be completed. Please keep this work in mind as you make travel plans.

07/18/2022

Dear Spring Valley Village residents,
The emergency repair on the 16” water transmission line at Bace Drive and Campbell Road was completed over the weekend. Mickie Services and our Public Works crew are on site today to start rebaring and preparing for concrete pouring. The next steps will be to restore service to the water line. This process will require flushing three fire hydrants on Green Valley Drive, Teresa Drive, and Bace Drive for extended periods of time, so you will see water coming out of those three fire hydrants.

Following the flushing, a water sample will be collected for testing. If the sample result does not meet the required standards, flushing of the three fire hydrants may need to be completed again and another sample will need to be collected. While the process to restore a line of this size may take several hours, residents should not experience any impacts to their water. The one-lane closure at Campbell Road will remain until the concrete is poured back. Please keep this work in mind as you make travel plans.

07/13/2022

Dear Spring Valley Village resident(s),
Please be advised there has been a water main break at Bace Drive and Campbell Road. Crews have closed valves to isolate the break. Mickie Services will be working to repair the break over the next 24 hours. Customers in the immediate area may experience low water pressure and water discoloration as the repair work is being done. Traffic control measures including a one-lane closure on Campbell Road will be in place for the duration of the repairs. Motorists and pedestrians are advised to please use caution when traveling through the affected area.

07/04/2022
Spring Valley Village City Hall and Municipal Court will be closed on Monday, July 4, 2022 in observance of the Fourth o...
07/01/2022

Spring Valley Village City Hall and Municipal Court will be closed on Monday, July 4, 2022 in observance of the Fourth of July holiday.

We wish you and your family a wonderful and safe Fourth of July!

06/29/2022

The Spring Valley Village City Park will be undergoing tree trimming and maintenance on Monday July 18, 2022, and Tuesday, July 19, 2022. During this time, sections of the Park will be closed as Urban Foresters works through the different areas. The Park will not be available for reservations on these days. Please keep this work in mind as you make plans to visit our City Park.

06/22/2022

Dear Spring Valley Village Resident(s):

Effective today, Wednesday, June 22, 2022, the City of Spring Valley Village has entered Stage One – MILD Water Shortage Conditions of the City’s Drought Contingency Plan (“Plan”). The City’s Plan Stage One requirements for initiation are:

• Average daily water usage reaches 1.3 million gallons per day for three (3) consecutive days (70% of plant capacity); or
• The City of Houston initiates voluntary water restrictions demand or capacity based triggers.
As of today, both of the requirements above have been triggered. The City’s Stage One Drought Response calls for a number of voluntary water use restrictions for reducing demand. The goal is to achieve a 5% reduction in total water usage.

Stage One of the plan may be rescinded when all of the conditions listed as triggering events have ceased to exist for a period of fourteen (14) consecutive days or if the city determines termination is appropriate and a recurrence of the trigger conditions is unlikely to occur.

Stage One Drought Response calls for the following voluntary water use restrictions for reducing demand:

(a) Water customers are requested to voluntarily limit the irrigation of landscaped areas to Sundays and Thursdays for customers with a street address ending in an even number (0, 2, 4, 6 or 8 ), and Saturdays and Wednesdays for water customers with a street address ending in an odd number (1, 3, 5, 7 or 9), and to irrigate landscapes only between the hours of midnight and 6:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. to midnight on designated watering days.

(b) All operations of the city shall adhere to water use restrictions prescribed for stage 1 of the plan.

(c) Water customers are requested to practice water conservation and to minimize or discontinue water use for non-essential purposes.

(d) All customers will be notified by placing a notice on the city's website and electronic media and other means identified necessary.

Water customers are also reminded to continue everyday efforts to prevent the loss of water:

• Check and repair water leaks, including dripping faucets & running toilets
• Check sprinkler heads to make sure water is not spraying into the street or directly into a storm drain and/or gutters

Please visit the city's website at www.springvalleytx.com to access the City of Spring Valley Drought Contingency Plan.

06/09/2022

Dear Spring Valley Village Resident(s),

The City of Spring Valley Village has contracted Texas Hydrant Services to conduct a city-wide flow testing and inspection on approximately 200 units starting on Monday, June 13 through Friday, June 17.
The process is critical to the overall maintenance of the City’s water distribution system. Flowing the fire hydrants assists with the flushing process and helps to remove corrosion, scale and sediment that build throughout the year. These tests are generally known as fire flow tests because the highest demands of the water system occur when fighting fire. During the flushing program, hydrants may flow for several minutes.
Residents should be aware there may be a temporary drop in water pressure during testing, and discolored water may result following the flow tests. Both of these issues are temporary and should clear up quickly. The City of Spring Valley Village apologizes for any inconvenience the testing may cause but reminds the public this service is necessary to ensure the safety of Spring Valley Village residents and visitors.

The City of Spring Valley Village has contracted with One Source Cleaning Solutions to sweep the major thoroughfares and...
06/08/2022

The City of Spring Valley Village has contracted with One Source Cleaning Solutions to sweep the major thoroughfares and collector streets in the City on a quarterly basis. The street sweeping for this quarter will begin on Monday, June 13, 2022, around 9:00 or 10:00 a.m. and should be completed by the end of the day. If you see a street sweeper in the street, please use caution while passing due to the slow moving operations of the machine and the dust the machine usually stirs up. A map featuring the streets scheduled to be swept is included below as well as our City's website at the following link: https://www.springvalleytx.com/ImageRepository/Document?documentId=2001

Dear Spring Valley Village Resident(s),Through the competitive bidding process, the City of Spring Valley Village has se...
06/06/2022

Dear Spring Valley Village Resident(s),
Through the competitive bidding process, the City of Spring Valley Village has selected MetroCity, LLC to reconstruct Cedarspur Drive, Burkhart Road and Winningham Lane (East of Voss). MetroCity is an experienced street and utility construction company based in the Houston area that has done work for Spring Valley Village on past projects.
With the start of the construction process this week, MetroCity will regularly have equipment onsite. As the project proceeds, there will be lane closures for equipment use and eventually for the utility and pavement reconstruction that will continue until completion of the project. Residents affected will be notified of lane closures ahead of time by both the City and Metro City. In addition to communications from the City, Metro City will utilize door tags as an additional communication tool during the project. A copy of the door tag from Metro City is provided below so you will be familiar with what it looks like. Please be sure to check your front door for these door tags regularly. The City and MetroCity will continue to update you with construction information as appropriate.
If you have any questions concerning the project, please contact Interim Public Works Director Silvia Chiapponi by email at [email protected] or by phone at (832) 910-8586. You may also contact MetroCity representatives Chris Gonzalez, Superintendent at (281) 755-8939 or Althea Rodriguez, Project Manager at (281) 978-3000.

06/01/2022

Update on Bingle Road Road Diet:

Dear Spring Valley Village Resident,
On October 18, 2021, the City sent out a notice that there would be changes to the traffic patterns on Bingle Road to implement a “Road Diet”. Spring Valley Village is coordinating with the City of Houston to do both the Spring Valley Village and City of Houston portions of the project concurrently to mitigate long-term inconvenience and traffic issues. The Road Diet will result in one northbound lane, one southbound lane, and one continuous center turn lane.
Based on information received from City of Houston, the project start date was delayed several times. As of today, we still have not received a firm date from the City of Houston.
Please continue to watch for updates about the upcoming traffic pattern changes for Bingle Road. The City will continue to update residents as new information is received and once we have a firm date.
For more information, please contact Interim Public Works Director Silvia Chiapponi by email to [email protected] or by phone at (832) 910-8586.

06/01/2022

Dear Spring Valley Village Resident,

Beginning June 1, 2022, Spring Valley Village City Hall will be closed from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. for lunch. As always, if you have an emergency that must be handled immediately, please call the Spring Valley Village Police Department at (713) 465-8323.

05/30/2022
05/27/2022

City Hall will be closed on Monday, May 30th. We will re-open at 7:30am on Tuesday, May 31st.

Have a safe Memorial Day weekend!

Photos from Spring Valley Village Police Department's post
05/20/2022

Photos from Spring Valley Village Police Department's post

05/18/2022

Congratulations to all 2022 graduates!

Address

1025 Campbell Road
Houston, TX
77055

Opening Hours

Monday 7:30am - 4:30pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 4:30pm
Wednesday 7:30am - 4:30pm
Thursday 7:30am - 4:30pm
Friday 7:30am - 4:30pm

Telephone

(713) 465-8308

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when City of Spring Valley Village posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Contact The Business

Send a message to City of Spring Valley Village:

Videos

Nearby government services


Other Government Organizations in Houston

Show All

Comments

Dear SV - I received the notice that there would be no garbage collection today, July 3 - but the WCA garbage truck just made the rounds on my Spring Valley street!!! 🤨
My niece in Austin told me her neighborhood was placing teddy bears in their windows so that all the kids walking with their parents can make a game of it - count the teddy bears! I put one in my front window. Hope others do the same!
This person bothering your staff is named Patrick Bernard Roth and the female party with him is named Selena Carol.
Hope you have heard, but if not the Spring Branch Senior High School Alumni Foundation is holding a community event in conjunction with our "All Class Reunion" on October 19th. A fun day for all with a "Blast from the Past" Car show, Tour of the Spring Branch High School and Spring Branch Community Museum, Kid Bouncy Activities, Food Trucks, Silent Auction and much more. The event will start at 10 and end at 2. The museum is truly a Blast from the Past. If you attending high school in the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's, then you will truly enjoy your stroll down memory lane. The colors might be blue and white, but this museum depicts what high school life was like during these decades. There is also a section on the History of the Spring Branch Community. To learn more go to
Any Easter hunts this year?
We made number 20!
Some see some one of my paintings at this event!
Grand Re-Opening of the Spring Valley park
Is there any Easter hunt at the park this year?
Hello everyone, we're delighted to announce our 7th Houston area Painting With A Twist studio will open in Spring Valley at 8408 Katy Fwy suite 216 (Home Depot center, next to Patagonia grill) on early November :-) Free paint classes that day for Spring Valley businesses employees (max 2 / busness while seats are available) - to reserve please email your name and company name to : [email protected]
Please let residents know if there is anything we can do to help, outside of donating funds! We have all been very lucky - thank you for the great infrastructure of the roads and drainage systems! Ps we are in Brighton Place.
x

Other Government Organizations in Houston (show all)

Village Fire Department ABLS FastFingerprints City View Properties Consulado  General de Bolivia - Houston, TX Consulado del Ecuador en Houston Consulado-Geral do Brasil em Houston / Consulate Gen of Brazil in Houston