Council Member Greg Travis
Harvey Storm Debris Pick-up:
- If you have not already done so, please call 311 to report your storm debris; you can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, visit http://www.houstontx.gov/311/ and click “Report Harvey Debris” or use the smart phone app.
- If you live on a private street or in a gated community, you will need to download, complete and sign this Right of Entry form (.pdf) and then send the fully completed form to Kristyn.Renfro@tetratech.com
Damage by Debris Haulers:
If you wish to report damage done by the debris removal contractors, please visit this page: http://www.houstontx.gov/solidwaste/harvey_09202017_dmg.html
You will need to file a claim with the City of Houston pursuant to Article IX, Section 11, of the City Charter:
- Go to Legal Department File A Claim With The City page
Greg Travis, who was elected to City Council District G on November 3, 2015, possesses the unique qualities Houstonians deserve in a City Council Member - integrity, vision, leadership, and independence. He is a bold thinker and natural leader who will be a part of solutions our city needs.
Greg believes that city government should serve as a strong but quiet force, empowering citizens to raise our families, perform our jobs, and enjoy our lives. He feels that city government and city services should be open and accessible to the entire community, that city services should be performed in the most efficient and effective manner possible, and that citizens should receive the greatest value for our tax dollars. Greg firmly believes that a Houston City Council Member is first and foremost a public servant and must have respect for, and responsibility to, the citizens of Houston. More ...
Proposed Revisions to Houston Code of Ordinances Chapter 19 FLOODPLAIN:
- Map of Impacted Structures in District G
- March 23, 2018, Proposed Revisions to Chapter 19 Redline
- Final Chapter 19 Ordinance
- Presentation from March 21, 2018, Joint TTI & RNA Council Committees Meeting
- March 16, 2018 Floodplain Management Data Analysis
- March 12, 2018 Floodplain Ordinance Data Analysis
- Floodplain Ordinance Summary
- District G 100-year and 500-year Floodplain Maps
- Presentation from February 12, 2018, Joint TTI & RNA Council Committees Meeting
- February 13, 2018, Proposed Revisions to Chapter 19 Redline
- Harris County Flood Education Mapping Tool (to determine if you are in the 100-year or 500-year floodplain): If you cannot determine if you are in the 100-year or 500-year floodplain, you can contact the Floodplain Management Office in person at the Houston Permitting Center, 1002 Washington Avenue, 3rd Floor, by phone (832-394-8854), or via email (email@example.com).
Avalon Place Neighborhood Reconstruction Project (WBS No. R-002011-0089-3)
Originally a sanitary sewer substitution project. In July, 2017, with City Council's adoption of the FY2018-2022 Capital Improvement Plan, this project was converted from a stand-alone sanitary sewer improvement project to a complete neighborhood reconstruction. Rebuild Houston funds (DDSRF) were added to reconstruct new storm drainage and streets and it is now a $24,874,000 project. In addition to sanitary sewer upgrades, significant street widening/narrowing and sidewalk reconfiguration is planned, along with new storm sewers.
The community design input meeting was held January 25, 2018. A survey is available for resident comments through February 28, 2018, which can be found here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Avalon_Place.
- January 25, 2018, Design Meeting Presentation
- Proposed Pavement Widths (.pdf)
- Proposed Sidewalk Plan (.pdf)
- Proposed Fairview Bike Lanes (.pdf)
Tanglewood Neighborhood Street Reconstruction Subproject #1 (N-000386-0001-4)
A Public Meeting to discuss the Tanglewood NSR was held on May 30, 2017.
- Driveway Schedule by Street (.pdf)
- FAQs (.pdf)
- Public Meeting Handout (.pdf)
- Public Meeting Presentation (.pptx)
A second Public Meeting to discuss the Tanglewood NSR was held February 1, 2018: