|The Board of Directors of the Greater Sharpstown, International, Brays Oaks, and Westchase Management Districts will jointly host a breakfast forum on Friday, June 11th, 9 am at the Kim Son Restaurant on 10603 Bellaire. Each management district will provide a brief overview of its public safety initiatives to their assessment payers. The featured guest speaker is Houston Council Member Melissa Noriega, who chairs the City’s Public Safety Council Committee. Noriega will also provide an overview of her Committee’s priorities and initiatives.|
“All of the management districts have a significant focus on increasing public safety within their borders,” says Bill Calderon, Executive Director for the Greater Sharpstown Management District. “We will brief the council members and the public at large on the Districts’ public safety initiatives, and share information regarding ongoing efforts to collaborate on delivering safety services more efficiently. We are interested in ongoing communications with all the governmental entities and public safety service providers, and favorably impacting the dialogue on how resources are used,” explains Calderon.
Management districts are empowered to finance projects related to public safety, mobility and transportation, environmental and urban design, as well as business development. Districts provide programs and services in accordance with its service plans and supplements services provided by the City of Houston and Harris County. The voluntary boards consist of area commercial property owners and are approved by Houston City Council. The above named management districts represent an area that is nearly contiguous. In total, the valuation of the commercial property owners is of great significance to the Houston region’s economic development.
For the most part, the above management districts offer security patrols whether they contract with Harris County Constables, off-duty Houston Police Department officers, or private security. Many of the districts also utilize surveillance cameras, graffiti abatement, as well as public messaging systems, such as Nixel alerts.
Assessment payers in the above management districts should RSVP by June 9th to email@example.com for the complimentary public safety breakfast forum. There will also be time for commercial property owners to ask questions at the forum. For additional information, please contact Alice Lee, Greater Sharpstown Management District’s Director of Marketing & Business Development at firstname.lastname@example.org