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2nd Annual Park to Port Ride – Saturday, October 3

2nd Annual Park to Port Ride – Saturday, October 3

The 2nd Annual Park to Port Bike Ride will be held Saturday, October 3, 2015. The 20-mile ride will start in Hermann Park and travel east along Brays Bayou to the Port, where there will be a turn-around celebration, sponsored by the Port of Houston Authority, with snacks, music and activities at Brady’s Landing. Riders will then return along the same path back to Hermann Park for a post-ride celebration where there will be music, food, drinks and more.

  • Rolling start at Bill Coats Bridge in Hermann Park: 7 – 9 a.m.
  • Brady’s Landing Turn-Around Party: 8 – 10:30 a.m.
  • Post-ride celebration at Bill Coats Bridge in Hermann Park: 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Register Today! $35 (August 1 until sold out)
All proceeds benefit Hermann Park Conservancy.

Visit the Park to Port Bike Ride Facebook page and share it with your friends!

Sponsorship and volunteer opportunities are available for this event. Click here to see the sponsorship levels. For more information about sponsorship or volunteering, contact mcampbell@hermannpark.org.

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Sunday Streets Returns to the East End on May 17

Sunday Streets Returns to the East End on May 17

Cigna Sunday Streets kicks off its 3rd event in 2015 by returning to the East End on May 17. With no cars on the road, you’ll be able to walk, run, dance bike or play in the streets with friends, family and neighbors. Navigation Boulevard from Jensen to Lockwood will be closed to traffic from…

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East End District Acquires New Weapon in Fighting Graffiti and Blight

East End District Acquires New Weapon in Fighting Graffiti and Blight

The Greater East End Management District’s (GEEMD) Graffiti Abatement Program has a new state- of-the-art machine for removal of graffiti and tagging on commercial properties. The new equipment saves time and operating costs leading to greater efficiency and more sites treated. According to Martin Chavez, Director of Constituent Services and Public Safety at GEEMD, “The new technology allows us to remove graffiti in a fraction of the time compared to the old way. To illustrate, at one location that would have taken 14 man hours, we removed the vandalism in one hour.”

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