Humble BizCom Presented By Memorial Hermann Northeast & Rosewood Funeral Home
The Humble BizCom will feature a blend of businesses, community members, and school officials coming together to address specific needs and issues of the Humble community. Area citizens, community organizations, businesses, and other interested parties are welcome to attend. The event is free of charge, provided an RSVP is made.
City Manager Jason Stuebe, City of Humble to provide information on the ongoing improvements at Hirsch Park and city updates.
Chief of Police Ken Theis, Humble Police to provide an update on the Humble Police Department and community news.
Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Fagen, Humble ISD to review the 2018 bond referendum's progress, which includes new schools, rebuild of aging facilities, technology updates and general safety.
Chief of Staff Jessica Beamer, Mayor Pro-Tem Martin's office to discuss the zoning plan, "Lake Houston Safety Plan." The purpose of the Lake Houston Safety Plan is to provide both Lake Houston residents and recreational visitors with information that will prepare them to identify their zoning location on the lake better and how to best report an incident to 9-1-1.
Partner Ben Allen, LEED AP, Archway Properties to share updates on the progress at Park Air 59, the 111-acre mixed-use development. Archway incorporated retail, restaurants, Class A industrial and service-related uses into the development.
Principal Terri Osborne, Humble High School to share school projects and news.
Principal Nachelle Scott, Quest Early College High School to provide updates on the new campus additions, student scholarship opportunities, and college acceptance numbers.