Posted on · City Housing Director Tom McCasland says seniors, disabled, and low-income residents will have the top priority for home repairs.
Posted on · Congress appropriated the funding in February of 2018 but HUD hasn't published the rules governing its use in the Federal Register, which is a mandatory step in the process.
Posted on · The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Texas General Land Office are looking for ways to protect Galveston and other communities along the Texas coast.
Posted on · Homeowners in Harris County and the city of Houston will be able to apply for similar programs funded by direct allocations.
Posted on · The program provides manufactured housing units, travel-trailers or direct-lease apartments to victims of the hurricane.
Posted on · The proposal is about eligibility for federal funds. Mayor Sylvester Turner says the priority must be "helping the most vulnerable and lowest income Houstonians to recover."
Posted on · State and federal officials still need to sign off on the plan. That means the relief programs the grant will pay for likely won’t get started until November
Posted on · Since 2015, the Texas legislature has approved $106 million towards rebuilding and expanding sections of the Alamo
Posted on · At the forefront of this race: Hurricane Harvey
Posted on · The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Monday that Anne Idsal – a top official in the Texas General Land Office – will become the agency's Region 6 administrator
Posted on · Activists say the contract will get people out of moldy homes and into clean and affordable housing
Posted on · Galveston was largely spared from major destruction, but several groups on the West End say the dunes in their neighborhoods were almost wiped out by Hurricane Harvey's runoff and storm surge
Posted on · It's all over. Super Bowl 51 — Houston's big moment at the center of the sports universe that was years in the making – is in the books. As the teams, visitors and celebrities trickle out of town we ask: How'd Houston do? How did Houston perform as a host city? The game itself will […]
Posted on · The Texas General Land Office was founded to figure out who owned what and where after the Texians and Tejanos won independence from Mexico. Today, the office looks after state land, the Alamo, helps with recovery after natural disasters, funds public education, provides benefits to veterans and manages the Texas coastline. It's that last task […]
Posted on · More than 90,000 people from more than 120 countries are expected to attend the 45th Offshore Technology Conference this week. Oil and gas industry executives, scientists and engineers will have access to the latest technical information and equipment. It's also an opportunity for local students and professionals to network. On this edition of Houston Matters, […]