Who will you vote for to represent you on Houston City Council?
Please join Neartown for the District C Candidate Forum,
7:00 pm, Wednesday, October 16th
at The Montrose Center, 401 Branard @ Bute St.
Eleven candidates have accepted the invitation to participate.
Each candidate will introduce themselves and present their priorities as prospective District C Council Member. Each will also respond to questions on five topics crucial to Montrose, as well as the City as a whole:
Early voting begins the Monday following - October 21st - and Election Day is Tuesday, November 5th.
Be informed and vote!
All City officers are up for election. View the complete line-up of candidates for City of Houston offices on the City's 2019 General Election web page.
Find out when and where to vote. Check out the Harris County Election Division for complete information on your ballot and the early voting dates/times and locations as well as where to vote on election day, November 5, at HarrisVotes.com.
Learn about METRO Proposition A. On the METRONext.org website, view the ballot language for the METRO bond referendum, and learn specifics of the METRONext Moving Forward Plan.
There are ten State propositions on the ballot. Review State of Texas info on the 2019 Constitutional Amendment Special Election.
For the first time, Cherryhurst will be having a joint social with ten neighborhoods from Montrose/Neartown on November 9th from 6:30–8:30 pm! Don’t miss the excitement of this special social event, hosted by St. Stephen’s (at 1827 W. Alabama).
St. Stephen’s will highlight neighborly things they’re already doing, including demos of their 3D printing machinery (which local students use), as well as preview the great new facilities that will be available to the community.
Come on out to meet your fellow Montrose neighbors of ten different civic associations. To help support the cost of the event, we’re strongly encouraging attendees to bring at least a bottle of wine to the event to share. See you there!