City of Spring Valley Village

City of Spring Valley Village City of Spring Valley Village
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1025 Campbell Rd. Houston, TX 77055
Phone: (713) 465-8308
FAX: (713) 461-7969 Rules
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Operating as usual

08/23/2021

Minute Safety Monday: School is back in session be careful and watch out for school buses and kids.

08/20/2021

UPDATE:

The City was notified by Lone Star Pavement Services this morning that the striping planned for Voss today has been pushed back due to mechanical issues with their machinery. Lone Star now plans to start Voss Road striping Monday morning, August 23, 2021 around 9:00 am. We will keep you informed of any schedule changes.

08/19/2021

As part of the street maintenance program, the City of Spring Valley Village has hired a contractor to perform street striping. Lone Star Pavement Services, L.L.C. will begin re-striping Voss Road Friday, August 20, 2021. Lone Star will then proceed to the other thoroughfares, collectors, and residential stop bars as directed by the City. The total striping project is expected to last two to three months depending on street coordination and weather.

08/13/2021

Friendly reminder that tonight is Movie Night at the Park. We'll see you there for a fun family evening to watch LUCA!

Friends and Neighbors,  What a roller coaster it's been for the last 18 months!!! We are all ready to have a night out w...
08/06/2021

Friends and Neighbors,

What a roller coaster it's been for the last 18 months!!! We are all ready to have a night out with the family and enjoy a socially distant, yet fun event, at the Spring Valley park.

The City of Spring Valley will host its limited Movie Night Series next Friday, August 13th featuring Luca. As always, the movie will start at sunset (estimated at 8:00pm).

Young Luca and his best friend, Alberto, summon up the courage to visit the picturesque fishing village of Portorosso. However, the boys share and hide a great secret: they are not ordinary children.

Please feel free to bring dinner or a snack and drinks to enjoy this evening with family and friends.

We hope to see you there! Please feel free to pass this invitation along to your friends.

Thanks,
Claudia Uffhausen, Movie Night Chair

Friends and Neighbors,

What a roller coaster it's been for the last 18 months!!! We are all ready to have a night out with the family and enjoy a socially distant, yet fun event, at the Spring Valley park.

The City of Spring Valley will host its limited Movie Night Series next Friday, August 13th featuring Luca. As always, the movie will start at sunset (estimated at 8:00pm).

Young Luca and his best friend, Alberto, summon up the courage to visit the picturesque fishing village of Portorosso. However, the boys share and hide a great secret: they are not ordinary children.

Please feel free to bring dinner or a snack and drinks to enjoy this evening with family and friends.

We hope to see you there! Please feel free to pass this invitation along to your friends.

Thanks,
Claudia Uffhausen, Movie Night Chair

07/30/2021

New Business Hours for City Hall

Effective Monday, August 2, 2021 City Hall business hours will be as follows:
• Monday through Thursday – 7:30 am to 4:30 pm
• Friday – 7:30 am to 2:00 pm
• Municipal Court is closed daily from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm for lunch

As always, if you have an issue occur after regular business hours that must be handled by City Hall staff immediately, please call the Spring Valley Village Police Department at (713) 465-8323.

The City of Spring Valley Village is looking for a great Municipal Court Clerk II to join our Team!  If you have the qua...
07/28/2021
Municipal Court Clerk II

The City of Spring Valley Village is looking for a great Municipal Court Clerk II to join our Team! If you have the qualifications listed in the posting, please apply.

Job Description : Under the direction of the Court Administrator, responsible for the administrative and clerical duties necessary to accomplish the functions of the...

07/19/2021

CenterPoint Gas has isolated the gas leak at 8510 Burkhart Road, and it is being repaired. Village Fire Department and Spring Valley Village Police Department have re-opened Burkhart Road east of Bingle to traffic. Please continue to use caution when traveling Burkhart Road due to the amount of public and private construction equipment on the street.

07/19/2021

The City has been advised that there is a gas leak at 8510 Burkhart Road. The appropriate authorities have been notified, and Burkhart Road east of Bingle Road has been closed temporarily by Spring Valley Village Police Department until CenterPoint Gas can mitigate the leak.

As soon as Burkhart Road has been reopened, we will post another notice.

07/13/2021

Want to help make a difference for the Spring Valley Legacy Fund while you shop in the Amazon app, at no extra cost to you? Simply follow the instructions below to select "Spring Valley Legacy Fund Inc" as your charity and activate AmazonSmile in the app. The AmazonSmile Program will donate a portion of your eligible mobile app purchases to us.
How it works:
1. Open the Amazon app on your phone
2. Select the main menu (=) & tap on "AmazonSmile" within Programs & Features
3. Select "Spring Valley Legacy Fund Inc" as your charity
4. Follow the on-screen instructions to activate AmazonSmile in the mobile app.

As a reminder, the Spring Valley Legacy Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides funding for the K-9 Program and other programs, equipment and training for the Spring Valley Village Police Department to meet its changing needs and ensure the safety of our officers and community.

Thanks so much for taking the time to make a difference for the Spring Valley Legacy Fund!

07/04/2021
06/29/2021

Effective Thursday, July 1, 2021, the Spring Valley Village Municipal Court will be closed each business day from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. There will be no Court transactions during that time.

If you have business to take care of with the Municipal Court, please be sure you take this closure into account when planning your activities.

06/29/2021

Center Point notified the City of Spring Valley Village this morning that Center Point will not be performing the power outage previously scheduled for today Tuesday, June 29th from 8:45 am until 4:45 pm for Raylin and Merlin Drive area. The rain date of July 1st, 2021, has also been canceled. The cancelation is due to the rain and the soggy soil. Center Point does not have a rescheduled date for the power outage at this time.

We're excited to announce that Movie Night in the City Park is finally returning!  The first Movie Night will be on Frid...
06/28/2021

We're excited to announce that Movie Night in the City Park is finally returning! The first Movie Night will be on Friday, July 16th featuring “Wonder.” As always, the movie will start at sunset (estimated at 8:30 pm for July), weather permitting.
Beginning in August, we will host Movie Nights on the 1st Friday of each month through November, weather permitting.
Please pass this information along to your neighbors and friends. We look forward to seeing you in the Park!

We're excited to announce that Movie Night in the City Park is finally returning! The first Movie Night will be on Friday, July 16th featuring “Wonder.” As always, the movie will start at sunset (estimated at 8:30 pm for July), weather permitting.
Beginning in August, we will host Movie Nights on the 1st Friday of each month through November, weather permitting.
Please pass this information along to your neighbors and friends. We look forward to seeing you in the Park!

06/28/2021

Spring Valley Village City Hall Re-Opening to Public

Effective Wednesday, July 21, 2021, Spring Valley Village City Hall will formally reopen to the public, and we are ready to assist you with any City related business. Our regular office hours are Monday through Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please note that the Municipal Court is closed each day from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.

We look forward to assisting you in person!

On May 14, 2021, CenterPoint Energy began performing reliability work in the rear of the properties between Raylin and M...
06/17/2021

On May 14, 2021, CenterPoint Energy began performing reliability work in the rear of the properties between Raylin and Merlin from Pech Road to Bingle Road, and the work is estimated to be complete at the end of June. The purpose of this work is to improve the reliability of the electrical network in this area. CenterPoint Energy crews began with trimming tree limbs within the easement in the rear of the property and is now progressing with the replacement and upgrading of poles, wires, and transformers. This next phase of work will begin on Monday, June 21, 2021. The City has advised CenterPoint Energy of the noise restrictions within the City and that this work must comply with the City’s regulations.

CenterPoint’s contractor MPT plans to begin working on electrical facilities that may require minimal and isolated power outages on a single transformer. Again, it is important to know that most of these electrical facilities are located within utility easements that are in the backyards of our residents. CenterPoint should notify the homeowners of work to be performed in a backyard easement area. If an isolated outage is required, the crews will coordinate with the impacted homeowners.

The main power outage is scheduled for Tuesday, June 29th from 8:45 am until 4:45 pm, with a rain date of July 1st. Outage letters will be mailed out by CenterPoint Energy 10 days before June 29th. In addition to mailing out letters, CenterPoint will also go door to door next Tuesday, June 22, 2021 (weather permitting) to deliver door hangers to notify residents of the main outage date.

If you have any questions or concerns about this CenterPoint project, please contact Pat Riley, Director of Public Works, by email to [email protected]

On May 14, 2021, CenterPoint Energy began performing reliability work in the rear of the properties between Raylin and Merlin from Pech Road to Bingle Road, and the work is estimated to be complete at the end of June. The purpose of this work is to improve the reliability of the electrical network in this area. CenterPoint Energy crews began with trimming tree limbs within the easement in the rear of the property and is now progressing with the replacement and upgrading of poles, wires, and transformers. This next phase of work will begin on Monday, June 21, 2021. The City has advised CenterPoint Energy of the noise restrictions within the City and that this work must comply with the City’s regulations.

CenterPoint’s contractor MPT plans to begin working on electrical facilities that may require minimal and isolated power outages on a single transformer. Again, it is important to know that most of these electrical facilities are located within utility easements that are in the backyards of our residents. CenterPoint should notify the homeowners of work to be performed in a backyard easement area. If an isolated outage is required, the crews will coordinate with the impacted homeowners.

The main power outage is scheduled for Tuesday, June 29th from 8:45 am until 4:45 pm, with a rain date of July 1st. Outage letters will be mailed out by CenterPoint Energy 10 days before June 29th. In addition to mailing out letters, CenterPoint will also go door to door next Tuesday, June 22, 2021 (weather permitting) to deliver door hangers to notify residents of the main outage date.

If you have any questions or concerns about this CenterPoint project, please contact Pat Riley, Director of Public Works, by email to [email protected]

06/15/2021

The City of Spring Valley Village will host a virtual public meeting on Tuesday, June 29, 2021, to provide information concerning a proposed restriping of Bingle Road from 4 lanes to 3 lanes (known as a “Road Diet”) from the I-10 Feeder Road to Spring Branch Creek. After a brief presentation by the City of Spring Valley Village team, members of the public will be given the opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback about the proposed project.

Date: Tuesday, June 29, 2021
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Join the Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82335937405. If you prefer to call in using your phone, dial one of the following phone numbers and use Meeting ID: 823 3593 7405:
1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)
1 929 205 6099 US (New York)
1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)
1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)

Bingle Road from the I-10 Feeder Road to Spring Branch Creek is currently a four-lane undivided roadway with 41’ concrete curb and gutter cross-section. The speed limit on Bingle Road is posted at 30 miles per hour. Bingle Road is a major thoroughfare in the City of Spring Valley Village thoroughfare designation plan.

The City of Spring Valley Village is considering the proposed Bingle Road Road Diet for two reasons: (1) It is one of the recommendations from Traffic Engineers, Inc. in its evaluation of the Bingle Road Corridor to enhance safety and accessibility for stakeholders through the Corridor; and (2) the City of Houston Public Works Department is proposing the same “road diet” for Bingle Road from Spring Branch Creek north almost to Long Point Road.

For more information, please contact Public Works Director Pat Riley by email to [email protected] or by phone at (713) 465-8308.

05/27/2021

Dear Spring Valley Resident,

Conrad Construction submitted a request to perform work on Saturday, May 29, 2021 as they were unable to work for several days due to inclement weather. The City has approved their request. According to City Ordinance, allowable working hours on Saturdays are from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The contractor has been made aware of the construction hours and instructed to be mindful of residents’ needs during this Memorial Day weekend.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Pat Riley, Public Works Director at [email protected] or (713) 454-4951.

The City of Spring Valley Village has learned that CenterPoint Energy will be performing tree trimming and pole replacem...
05/14/2021

The City of Spring Valley Village has learned that CenterPoint Energy will be performing tree trimming and pole replacements over the next 6-8 weeks in the area reflected in the graphic to improve the reliability of the electrical network.

While the City was originally told that CenterPoint crews would begin tomorrow (Saturday), we learned this morning that the tree trimming work began this morning, and it will last into next week. The City has advised CenterPoint Energy of the noise restrictions within the City and that this work must comply with the City’s regulations.

CenterPoint’s tree crews will be handling the tree trimming work, and the scope of work will be tree trimming around CenterPoint’s electrical lines and poles as well as other electrical facilities. It is important to know that these electrical facilities are located within utility easements that are in the backyards of our residents. CenterPoint should notify you of work to be performed in a backyard easement area.

If you have questions or concerns about this CenterPoint project, please contact Pat Riley, Director of Public Works, by email to [email protected].

The City of Spring Valley Village has learned that CenterPoint Energy will be performing tree trimming and pole replacements over the next 6-8 weeks in the area reflected in the graphic to improve the reliability of the electrical network.

While the City was originally told that CenterPoint crews would begin tomorrow (Saturday), we learned this morning that the tree trimming work began this morning, and it will last into next week. The City has advised CenterPoint Energy of the noise restrictions within the City and that this work must comply with the City’s regulations.

CenterPoint’s tree crews will be handling the tree trimming work, and the scope of work will be tree trimming around CenterPoint’s electrical lines and poles as well as other electrical facilities. It is important to know that these electrical facilities are located within utility easements that are in the backyards of our residents. CenterPoint should notify you of work to be performed in a backyard easement area.

If you have questions or concerns about this CenterPoint project, please contact Pat Riley, Director of Public Works, by email to [email protected].

The week of May 9 - 15 is nationally recognized as Police Week, and May 15 is Peace Officers Memorial Day.  This is a ti...
05/09/2021

The week of May 9 - 15 is nationally recognized as Police Week, and May 15 is Peace Officers Memorial Day. This is a time to say thank you to the men and women of the Spring Valley Village Police Department who serve to keep us safe.

In honor of National Police Week and Peace Officers Memorial Day and in recognition of the Spring Valley Village Police Department, please consider donating to the Spring Valley Legacy Fund this week. The Spring Valley Legacy Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides funding for the K-9 Program, equipment, training, and other programs for the Spring Valley Village Police Department. Your donations help to meet the changing needs of the Department to ensure the safety of our officers and community.

Your donation may be made via PayPal, cash, or check made payable to “Spring Valley Legacy Fund” and mailed to 1025 Campbell Road, Houston, Texas 77055.

The week of May 9 - 15 is nationally recognized as Police Week, and May 15 is Peace Officers Memorial Day. This is a time to say thank you to the men and women of the Spring Valley Village Police Department who serve to keep us safe.

In honor of National Police Week and Peace Officers Memorial Day and in recognition of the Spring Valley Village Police Department, please consider donating to the Spring Valley Legacy Fund this week. The Spring Valley Legacy Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides funding for the K-9 Program, equipment, training, and other programs for the Spring Valley Village Police Department. Your donations help to meet the changing needs of the Department to ensure the safety of our officers and community.

Your donation may be made via PayPal, cash, or check made payable to “Spring Valley Legacy Fund” and mailed to 1025 Campbell Road, Houston, Texas 77055.

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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! #abdouchart
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.