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#MCTXFuture 👥👥👥 The 2021-2022 #MCTX #MayorsYouthCommission met today at the Community Center for their first meeting. Ma...
10/15/2021

#MCTXFuture 👥👥👥 The 2021-2022 #MCTX #MayorsYouthCommission met today at the Community Center for their first meeting. Mayor Robin Elackatt, Mayor Pro Tem Anthony Maroulis, Councilmembers Vashaundra Edwards, Lynn Clouser, Cheryl Sterling, Jeffrey L. Boney & Floyd Emery joined our future leaders and their parents to launch another great year of programs and events.

10/14/2021

#Welcome 2021-2022 #MayorsYouthCommission! We value our young leaders❣

#MCTXPartnerships 🤝 As part of the #MCPD Christmas Card Project, our Police Officers stopped by Edgar Glover Jr. Element...
10/14/2021

#MCTXPartnerships 🤝 As part of the #MCPD Christmas Card Project, our Police Officers stopped by Edgar Glover Jr. Elementary School yesterday to recognize fourth-grader Nathan Hanson. His creative design was selected as the winning entry.

Congratulations Nathan! 👏👏👏

#MCTX Citizens In Action 🗣👥 🗣👤 At their meeting on Oct. 12, residents in Fondren Park engaged with Mayor Robin Elackatt,...
10/13/2021

#MCTX Citizens In Action 🗣👥 🗣👤 At their meeting on Oct. 12, residents in Fondren Park engaged with Mayor Robin Elackatt, At-Large Position No. 1 Councilmember Vashaundra Edwards, District A Councilmember Cheryl Sterling and staff on priority issues such as code enforcement, public safety, the 2021 Bond Referendum, economic development, infrastructure and parks. The citizens and officials also discussed potential solutions and collaborations for the issues.

10/12/2021

Are you a #Medicare recipient?

Join us this Saturday, Oct. 16 for the #MCTX Medicare Policy Review Day & Health Forum from 9 a.m. at the Community Center. This FREE event allows senior citizens to review their Medicare policy for adequate health care options and provides them with access to vendors across the region. Watch 🎥 for more details 👇

#MCTXScenes 📸📸📸Check out #MCTX Mayor Robin Elackatt and Mayor Pro Tem Anthony Maroulis meeting today with staff and a Ci...
10/12/2021

#MCTXScenes 📸📸📸Check out #MCTX Mayor Robin Elackatt and Mayor Pro Tem Anthony Maroulis meeting today with staff and a City partner about Saturday's Medicare Policy Review Day & Health Forum. This FREE event on Oct. 16 allows senior citizens access to healthcare professionals and vendors who can help them to review their policies and prescription plans. If you have not registered, click this link: https://bit.ly/3BylDyb

Read this week’s 🗞 #MCTXPRESS Digital Newsletter for details on #MCTX Medicare Policy Review Day & Health Forum; Assista...
10/08/2021

Read this week’s 🗞 #MCTXPRESS Digital Newsletter for details on #MCTX Medicare Policy Review Day & Health Forum; Assistance for Small Businesses; EAT, SHOP & PLAY Local Campaign; Ethics Commission Vacancies; Hurricane Preparedness & more.

To Read 👉 https://bit.ly/2ZZYAhA
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Read this week’s 🗞 #MCTXPRESS Digital Newsletter for details on #MCTX Medicare Policy Review Day & Health Forum; Assistance for Small Businesses; EAT, SHOP & PLAY Local Campaign; Ethics Commission Vacancies; Hurricane Preparedness & more.

To Read 👉 https://bit.ly/2ZZYAhA
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#MCTXScenes 📸📸📸Check out #MCTX Mayor Robin Elackatt visiting with the Quail Valley Quails during their Luncheon and Vend...
10/07/2021

#MCTXScenes 📸📸📸Check out #MCTX Mayor Robin Elackatt visiting with the Quail Valley Quails during their Luncheon and Vendor Holiday Shopping today at the City Centre at Quail Valley.

#MCTXScenes 📸📸📸 Check out images of the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce Leadership Forum during today’s visit to the #MCTX...
10/06/2021

#MCTXScenes 📸📸📸 Check out images of the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce Leadership Forum during today’s visit to the #MCTX Public Safety Headquarters. Mayor Robin Elackatt and staff welcomed the group and showcased several public safety apparatuses and demonstrations.

#MCTXStrong ❣️ Please join Mayor Robin Elackatt and Police Chief Mike Berezin in wishing a 🎂 Happy Birthday 🥳 to our own...
10/06/2021

#MCTXStrong ❣️ Please join Mayor Robin Elackatt and Police Chief Mike Berezin in wishing a 🎂 Happy Birthday 🥳 to our own #MCTX Sgt. Lewis Jefferson who is back on duty! Special thanks to our citizens & partners who supported him & his family during the recovery! 🙏

Today is #NationalNightOut 🚓🚒 and the #MCTX community joined together to recognize our first responders and safe streets...
10/06/2021

Today is #NationalNightOut 🚓🚒 and the #MCTX community joined together to recognize our first responders and safe streets! Due to COVID-19 the traditional City events were cancelled, however Council and staff stopped by block parties throughout the City, check out scenes below 👇

Missed the recent #MCTX Council meeting?At their Monday, Oct. 4 In-Person Regular Meeting in the Community Center, Counc...
10/05/2021

Missed the recent #MCTX Council meeting?

At their Monday, Oct. 4 In-Person Regular Meeting in the Community Center, Councilmembers:
✅ Administered the oath of office to Sheryl Orloff for the Community Development Advisory Committee;
✅ Presented certificates of recognition to principals for excellence in leadership and to students for academic achievements; and
✅ Proclaimed the month of October as #NationalCommunityPlanningMonth.

For a full rundown of Council actions, check out latest #CouncilConnection: https://bit.ly/3AfSarh

#MCTXStrong 🤝Our partnerships are vital to the City’s success! Mayor Robin J. Elackatt, Interim City Manager Bill Atkins...
10/05/2021

#MCTXStrong 🤝Our partnerships are vital to the City’s success!

Mayor Robin J. Elackatt, Interim City Manager Bill Atkinson and Economic Development Director Aubrey Nettles met today with Danny Montemayor of #MCTX VFW Post 4010 about their upcoming programs, community initiatives and future projects.

In another meeting after that, Mayor Elackatt and Director Nettles discussed potential economic development partnerships in the Texas Parkway/Cartwright Corridor with Pastor Allen Rice of Together We Stand Christian Church.

10/02/2021

#MCTXScenes: Our Eat, Shop & Play LOCAL social media campaign is in full swing this morning with Mayor Robin J. Elackatt and Economic Development Director Aubrey Nettles at Donuts ❤ Mama on Texas Parkway 🍩 🍩!

#MCTX Mayor Robin J. Elackatt and Recreation Specialist Joksan Perez share ideas on 2021-2022 #MayorsYouthCommission pro...
10/01/2021

#MCTX Mayor Robin J. Elackatt and Recreation Specialist Joksan Perez share ideas on 2021-2022 #MayorsYouthCommission programs/events, some of which have been enhanced to provide more leadership, development and volunteer opportunities. The first #MCTXMYC meeting is set for Oct. 14 and we’re excited for a great year! Learn more on MYC 👉 https://bit.ly/3l0gr05

#MCTXFuture 📊 Economic Development Director Aubrey Nettles, Parks & Recreation Assistant Director TW Dieckmann and Devel...
10/01/2021

#MCTXFuture 📊 Economic Development Director Aubrey Nettles, Parks & Recreation Assistant Director TW Dieckmann and Development Services Director Jennifer Thomas Gomez joined the Texas Parkway/Cartwright Corridor Development Advisory Committee meeting today, along with Mayor Robin Elackatt, District A Councilmember Cheryl Sterling and District B Councilmember Jeffrey L. Boney to discuss some key initiatives/projects that are coming soon!

REMINDER: #MCTX subdivisions with Tuesday/Friday municipal solid waste service will have their storm debris pick up this...
09/30/2021

REMINDER: #MCTX subdivisions with Tuesday/Friday municipal solid waste service will have their storm debris pick up this Saturday, Oct. 2.

Residents encouraged to place debris 🌳🌳 at the curb by 7 a.m. to ensure pick up. For more details on what items are considered debris and other requirements, call GFL at 281.403.5800.

#MissouriCityTX is contracting with GFL Environmental to schedule an additional pick up day to assist citizens with debris removal from Hurricane Nicholas based on their regular solid waste schedule. See dates below:

🌳 Monday/Thursday areas will be on Saturday, Sept. 25
🌳 Tuesday/Friday areas will be on Saturday, Oct. 2.

More Details 👉 https://bit.ly/3CjML3U

📢📢📢📢 REMINDER #SmallBusinesses…. The #MCTX Success in Business Forum is this Friday, Oct. 1 at the Community Center. Joi...
09/29/2021

📢📢📢📢 REMINDER #SmallBusinesses…. The #MCTX Success in Business Forum is this Friday, Oct. 1 at the Community Center. Join us to build your network, showcase your companies and hear a special presentation from industry leader Jewel Smith. More details on flyer 👇 or via this link: https://bit.ly/3Czc7ee.

📢📢📢📢 REMINDER #SmallBusinesses…. The #MCTX Success in Business Forum is this Friday, Oct. 1 at the Community Center. Join us to build your network, showcase your companies and hear a special presentation from industry leader Jewel Smith. More details on flyer 👇 or via this link: https://bit.ly/3Czc7ee.

#MCTX Progress Report 📈 City Council, dignitaries and staff received an exclusive tour of the new Amazon fulfillment cen...
09/29/2021

#MCTX Progress Report 📈 City Council, dignitaries and staff received an exclusive tour of the new Amazon fulfillment center on Hurricane Lane today, that is now fully operational! This 1-million-square-foot facility is an anchor for the economic development growth that is occurring in the southern portion of #MissouriCityTX.

LAST DAY!⏰⏰⏰ #MissouriCityTX well-wishers, let’s get our votes in TODAY to win an upgrade for our local park! Please sha...
09/29/2021

LAST DAY!⏰⏰⏰ #MissouriCityTX well-wishers, let’s get our votes in TODAY to win an upgrade for our local park!

Please share with family & friends to spare few minutes TODAY & vote for MacNaughton Park via this link 👉 www.NiagaraPerkYourPark.com!

TWO MORE DAYS TO VOTE! Cast your vote today: https://niagaraperkyourpark.com/parks/perk-macnaughton-park/

MacNaughton Park has been selected as one of five projects in the 2021 #NiagaraPerkYourPark Contest from Niagara Bottling in partnership with the National Recreation and Park Association. Missouri City has a chance to win a $90,000 upgrade to help us create an inclusive public dock along MacNaughton’s current trail system that provides equitable access to a local lake, as well as recreational activities like fishing and wildlife viewing.

Couldn’t make it to last week's Sienna Parkway Mobility Projects meeting? #MCTX Mayor Robin Elackatt, Mayor Pro Tem Anth...
09/28/2021

Couldn’t make it to last week's Sienna Parkway Mobility Projects meeting? #MCTX Mayor Robin Elackatt, Mayor Pro Tem Anthony Maroulis, District D Councilmember Floyd Emery, Fort Bend Precinct No. 2 Commissioner Grady Prestage, staff, partners and several area residents joined the informative meeting.

Review staff 📊 presentation 👉 https://bit.ly/3F0tRBa

Watch full 🎥 video 👉 https://youtu.be/Z_Lx9lPFJOY

TWO MORE DAYS TO VOTE! Cast your vote today: https://niagaraperkyourpark.com/parks/perk-macnaughton-park/ MacNaughton Pa...
09/28/2021

TWO MORE DAYS TO VOTE! Cast your vote today: https://niagaraperkyourpark.com/parks/perk-macnaughton-park/

MacNaughton Park has been selected as one of five projects in the 2021 #NiagaraPerkYourPark Contest from Niagara Bottling in partnership with the National Recreation and Park Association. Missouri City has a chance to win a $90,000 upgrade to help us create an inclusive public dock along MacNaughton’s current trail system that provides equitable access to a local lake, as well as recreational activities like fishing and wildlife viewing.

TWO MORE DAYS TO VOTE! Cast your vote today: https://niagaraperkyourpark.com/parks/perk-macnaughton-park/

MacNaughton Park has been selected as one of five projects in the 2021 #NiagaraPerkYourPark Contest from Niagara Bottling in partnership with the National Recreation and Park Association. Missouri City has a chance to win a $90,000 upgrade to help us create an inclusive public dock along MacNaughton’s current trail system that provides equitable access to a local lake, as well as recreational activities like fishing and wildlife viewing.

#MCTX City Council voted unanimously to adopt the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget at their Regular Sept. 20 Meeting last Monday....
09/27/2021

#MCTX City Council voted unanimously to adopt the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget at their Regular Sept. 20 Meeting last Monday. The FY2022 budget of $157,545,108 includes a lower tax rate of $0.578035, which is two cents less than last year’s rate of $0.598035. For historical details, see chart below from staff presentation at the meeting.

Read more 👉 https://bit.ly/3kIULVT

#MCTX City Council voted unanimously to adopt the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget at their Regular Sept. 20 Meeting last Monday. The FY2022 budget of $157,545,108 includes a lower tax rate of $0.578035, which is two cents less than last year’s rate of $0.598035. For historical details, see chart below from staff presentation at the meeting.

Read more 👉 https://bit.ly/3kIULVT

09/25/2021

#MCTX Mayor Pro Tem Anthony Maroulis is #playinginmctx at Community Park with @houstonunited Soccer Club!

REMINDER ⏰⏰⏰ Storm debris pick up for the Mon/Thu route is tomorrow, Sept. 25. For more details on this and other news i...
09/24/2021

REMINDER ⏰⏰⏰ Storm debris pick up for the Mon/Thu route is tomorrow, Sept. 25. For more details on this and other news including Council approval of the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget which further lowered #MCTX tax rate, upcoming events and more, check out today’s #MCTXPRESS Digital Newsletter 👉 https://bit.ly/3CPqLy9

To Subscribe 👉 https://bit.ly/2LRKSGJ

REMINDER ⏰⏰⏰ Storm debris pick up for the Mon/Thu route is tomorrow, Sept. 25. For more details on this and other news including Council approval of the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget which further lowered #MCTX tax rate, upcoming events and more, check out today’s #MCTXPRESS Digital Newsletter 👉 https://bit.ly/3CPqLy9

To Subscribe 👉 https://bit.ly/2LRKSGJ

09/24/2021

#MCTXScenes: Mayor Robin J. Elackatt is #shoppinginmctx with Tshirt Depot! We ❤ our businesses and residents🤗

Missed the recent #MCTX Council meeting? At their Monday, Sept. 20 In-Person Regular Meeting in the Community Center, Co...
09/23/2021

Missed the recent #MCTX Council meeting?

At their Monday, Sept. 20 In-Person Regular Meeting in the Community Center, Councilmembers:
✅ Approved an ordinance to adopt the budget for the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1, 2021 and ending Sept. 30, 2022;
✅ Approved an ordinance on the assessment, levy, and collection of ad valorem taxes of $0.578035 per $100 for Missouri City for the tax year 2021; and
✅ Approved an ordinance adopting the Missouri City Firefighters and Police Officers’ Civil Service classification system.

For a full rundown of Council actions, check out latest #CouncilConnection: https://bit.ly/3CHzL8c

Missed the recent #MCTX Council meeting?

At their Monday, Sept. 20 In-Person Regular Meeting in the Community Center, Councilmembers:
✅ Approved an ordinance to adopt the budget for the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1, 2021 and ending Sept. 30, 2022;
✅ Approved an ordinance on the assessment, levy, and collection of ad valorem taxes of $0.578035 per $100 for Missouri City for the tax year 2021; and
✅ Approved an ordinance adopting the Missouri City Firefighters and Police Officers’ Civil Service classification system.

For a full rundown of Council actions, check out latest #CouncilConnection: https://bit.ly/3CHzL8c

#MCTXFuture 👋👋👋 Welcome Aubrey Nettles, the new #MCTX Economic Development Director, who has set her sights on revitaliz...
09/23/2021

#MCTXFuture 👋👋👋 Welcome Aubrey Nettles, the new #MCTX Economic Development Director, who has set her sights on revitalization and has dedicated her life and career to investing in public service initiatives across the region, striving to improve the quality-of-life for citizens and to create growth opportunities for businesses. Get to Know Aubrey 👉 https://bit.ly/3zDuqgl

#MCTXFuture 👋👋👋 Welcome Aubrey Nettles, the new #MCTX Economic Development Director, who has set her sights on revitalization and has dedicated her life and career to investing in public service initiatives across the region, striving to improve the quality-of-life for citizens and to create growth opportunities for businesses. Get to Know Aubrey 👉 https://bit.ly/3zDuqgl

#MCTX Progress Report 📈 Mayor Robin Elackatt, Mayor Pro Tem Anthony Maroulis, District A Councilmember Cheryl Sterling a...
09/22/2021

#MCTX Progress Report 📈 Mayor Robin Elackatt, Mayor Pro Tem Anthony Maroulis, District A Councilmember Cheryl Sterling and staff met with NBA Champion Hakeem Olajuwon 🏀 to discuss the overarching vision and next phase of his project on Dream Court along the US90 A corridor. Afterward, Olajuwon was presented with a custom #MissouriCityTX jersey and he autographed some keepsake basketballs.

The Parks & Recreation Department is getting ready to start the fall tree planting season. A special thanks to the Quail...
09/22/2021

The Parks & Recreation Department is getting ready to start the fall tree planting season. A special thanks to the Quail Valley Garden Club for helping kick-off the season with a Tree Challenge Program donation of 8 trees to be planted at Ridgeview Park. Their donation will help restore the trees lost during the winter freeze and add a few new flowering trees to the landscape.

Three groves of trees will be planted at Oyster Creek Trail’s-Edible Arbor Trail this fall, through the generosity of Blue Wave Car Wash, The Santillan Family, and The Missouri City Parks Foundation. Interested persons or groups can help get additional trees planted in our parks by participating in the Memorial Tree Program or Missouri City Tree Challenge. Learn more about these programs: https://bit.ly/3tWT7mS

The Parks & Recreation Department is getting ready to start the fall tree planting season. A special thanks to the Quail Valley Garden Club for helping kick-off the season with a Tree Challenge Program donation of 8 trees to be planted at Ridgeview Park. Their donation will help restore the trees lost during the winter freeze and add a few new flowering trees to the landscape.

Three groves of trees will be planted at Oyster Creek Trail’s-Edible Arbor Trail this fall, through the generosity of Blue Wave Car Wash, The Santillan Family, and The Missouri City Parks Foundation. Interested persons or groups can help get additional trees planted in our parks by participating in the Memorial Tree Program or Missouri City Tree Challenge. Learn more about these programs: https://bit.ly/3tWT7mS

Address

1522 Texas Pkwy
Missouri City, TX
77489

Missouri City Metro Park and Ride - http://bit.ly/10bSa72

General information

Missouri City is located approximately 20 miles southwest of downtown Houston, in northeast Fort Bend County. A small portion of the City extends into the southwestern section of Harris County, where its boundaries adjoin the City of Houston. The northern portion of Missouri City is traversed by U.S. Highway 90A, which intersects U.S. Highway 59 (Southwest Freeway), within three miles of the City. State Highway 6, one of the principal “outer loops” partially encircling the City of Houston, serves the southern portion of Missouri City. Beltway 8, an 83-mile freeway providing a second freeway loop around the City of Houston, was opened in early 1997 and extends through the northeast portion of Missouri City. The beltway ties U.S. Highway 90A to U.S. Highway 59, Interstate 10, and State Highway 288. On the east side of Missouri City, the Fort Bend Tollway, which connects Beltway 8 to State Highway 6, opened to traffic in August 2004. The City of Missouri City was founded in 1890 by R.M. Cash and L.E. Luckle, two Houston real estate investors. They advertised in the St. Louis, Missouri newspaper and in surrounding towns, referring to the property as the “Land of sunshine and eternal summer.” In 1893, W.P. McElroy bought 80 acres in the vicinity and began to promote the area. To boost sales in Missouri, it was named Missouri City. The first business was a blacksmith shop, and then the Buffalo Bayou, Brazos and Colorado Railroads were built north of the town, in 1853, and a depot was constructed in 1902. The town was the railroad shipping point for the Blue Ridge oil field and salt mine. Another rail line, known as the Sugar Land Railroad, served the sugar cane industry.

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

Telephone

(281) 403-8500

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"There is no signs of a business being ran at this resident". (From a code enforcement officer in Missouri City on an official website.) Is it too much to ask that city hires be literate? This may not seem important to some, but it speaks volumes to me. If one can't write "straight" then one can't think straight. Mayor, could you please call me as promised about a lack of Code Enforcement in my neighborhood? Maria has my number! Thank you!!!
Want to explore the beautiful trails on a ØneWheel, electric scooter 🛴 of eSkateboard 🛹? Give Rent EBoards Houston a 📞. Great daily & weekly prices with convenient drop off or pick up options available.
Missouri City Government. When are you going to address your stray animal issue? If you cannot see the contents of the link request membership. Huge number of strays every single day https://www.facebook.com/100027723674075/posts/829892041278244/?app=fbl
The neighborhoods are doing a sweep to find homes and yards not up to city codes. Are they doing the same to businesses? I see plenty of businesses that need cleaning, repair and or paint.
A big shout out to the Lamplighters Beneficial Foundation located at 2425 FM 1092 Missouri City, TX 77459. It celebrates 35 years of serving the Missouri City, Sugar land, and Stafford community. Founded May 12, 1986, It helps individuals recover from alcoholism and their family members who suffer from the effects of their loved one's drinking. A true beckon of hope in our community.
How do we get a refund on the recycling portion of our trash pick-up costs? Our trash is picked up faithfully, but WCA drivers skip our street EVERY Recycle day. We are tired of dragging that recycle bin back into the garage every other Monday. Where should I send the invoice for services we have paid for but do not get?
This is a long shot, but are there any gardeners in Missouri City? My boss is looking for a gardener to take care of her yard. If anyone knows any one that does gardening please comment, or send me a message, thanks in advance.
So..... ummmmm... how long will the natural gas continue to blare in Meadowcreek? It's been going since at least 10 AM. Our houses smell like gas and not one person has door knocked with any information. Dude from Kinder Morgan said it wasn't gas.... and clearly was never in the fourth grade... It's either a solid, liquid or GAS... SIR.... Police department confirmed a gas line was hit. Now what? It's 4 oclock...... still blaring across the street.
I called animal control because a pit bull and a german shephard were on my property terrorizing me. The young man stated that he is in communication with the owners. I said I am terrified to go in my front yard and so are my neighbors. He said he was just there - when I never even told him where... I said no, you weren't because I was and didn't see you. He then got angry and asked for my drivers license! then he said, "I bet your dog isn't even registered in the city and I will give you a citation!" Now he said this because I caught him in a lie! Shame on him! Again I said no. He called the police and said there was a lady not complying. Officer Castillo came and I gave the animal control guy my license. He checked and said, "See I was right, I will be sending you a notice to comply!" wow... just wow... because he was lying he attacked me!? Shameful! Officer Castillo said dogs are people's family and they cannot just take them. So again I said I am terrified to be in my own yard! Officer Castillo said there is a process that must be followed. I said well is being in touch with the owners keeping me safe? no, those dogs are still in my yard. WHAT IS GOING ON AT ANIMAL CONTROL??? The guy who threatened to give me a citation was a young male, with long, black fingernails and blue hair. He would not tell me his name. INAPPROPRIATE... just so wrong... My neighbors and I are frustrated about these dogs and the only help we get is threats?????? SHameful!!!
I have been unsuccessful in trying to reach an employee of the Alarm Permit Department. Also there does not seem to be a way to pay for your permit online? Seriously?
A Men's Softball Team is looking for players for Tuesday Nights. League Fees are approx $40/player. PM me if interested. Games are Tuesday Evenings at Community Park 1700 Glenn Lakes Ln.