District F

Council Member Tiffany D. Thomas

Council Member Tiffany Thomas In 2013, Tiffany D. Thomas ran for Trustee position 7, with Alief ISD serving one term as the youngest elected official at her election. In 2019, with the encouragement of her community, she ran for Houston City Council, District F representing Alief, Westchase, Tanglewilde, Briar Meadow, Westmont, and the historic Piney Point. She is the first Black woman and under 40 to serve in this role. As Chair of Housing and Community Affairs for the city, she oversees priorities related to Housing, Veteran Affairs, Homelessness, and Solid Waste.

In response to the eviction crisis in early 2020, Councilwoman Thomas, alongside Mayor Sylvester Turner, released a rent relief program in response to COVID-19. To date, the Administration has supported housing insecure Houstonians with more than $200M in rental subsidy and $28M in direct assistance to keep families housed. Of note, the rent relief program implemented locally has gained the attention of the US Treasury Department as a national model. More ...

District F 2021 Annual Report

Calling All Volunteers

Volunteer with CM Thomas and the District F as Volunteer Office Assistant
Contact DistrictF@houstontx.gov to sign up.

Summary: The volunteer office assistant will perform a variety of tasks depending on project deadlines as well as day to day tasks in the District F office. This will include answering phones, retrieving the mail, composing emails, and other administrative tasks as assigned. This position helps to extend the resources in the office to better assist and direct the needs of our clients.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Answering phones
  • Data entry
  • Sending Emails
  • Research
  • Assisting in special projects


  • Must present a professional appearance and a friendly manner.
  • Must be dependable and punctual.
  • Be courteous and personable when dealing with the public
  • Be self-directed, willing to take initiative, and detail-oriented
  •  Respect and maintain confidentiality of the District F office, volunteers, partners, and donors.
  • Computer skills are required.


  • The orientation will include training on: answering phones, filing systems, research, office conduct, computer usage, and cultural competency.

Time Commitment

  • Volunteers can choose to come into the office weekly, monthly or as needed by team.

Solid Waste Update

Solid Waste Management Department Collection and Facility Schedule for 2022 Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday

Monday, January 17, 2022 (MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY)
No Collection services. All Solid Waste Facilities including the Neighborhood Depositories/Recycling Centers, Westpark Recycling Center, Environmental Service Center and The Reuse Warehouse will be closed. All services may run a day behind through the end of the week.

Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Monday's garbage, B - Week curbside recycling, 3rd Monday & 3rd Tuesday Tree Waste will be collected. Neighborhood Depositories, Westpark Recycling Center and Reuse Warehouse will re-open.

Wednesday, January 19, 2022
Tuesday's garbage, B - Week curbside recycling and Yard Waste will be collected.

Thursday, January 20, 2022
Normal schedule resumes.

For more information, visit the Neighborhood Depository/Recycling Center web page or call 3-1-1. You may also use the following resources.

Facebook - Updated daily
Link: City of Houston Solid Waste Management - Posts | Facebook

HTX Collects- an app used to update you about your service in real-time. You can also use the link on the website to get an update.

Link: https://www.houstontx.gov/solidwaste/htxcollects.html

District F Annual Meeting

Alief Neighborhood Center November Update

Alief Neighborhood Center November Update

Click image above to view the November update (.pdf)

Council Member Thomas Interviewed on the Amanda Sapp Show

Amanda Sapp Show Screenshot

Click image above to view the Facebook video

District F Town Hall with Chief Finner Video

Chromium 6 Testing Data

Chromium 6 Testing Data

Click graphic above for the .pdf report (updated November 2021)

Alief Community Center Video