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September 2020 Westbury Crier Newsletter

posted Sep 4, 2020, 3:45 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

Here is a link to the September 2020 Westbury Crier newsletter.  Highlights include: the WCC Annual Mtg in September, hurricane season info and tips, contributing to the Westbury Area Patrol to continue our security patrols by the Precinct 5 Constables, and ways to make our community a better place to live by supporting our community partners - the Westbury Area Improvement Corp (WAIC) and the Willow Waterhole Greenspace Conservancy (WWGC).


August 2020 Westbury Crier newsletter

posted Aug 5, 2020, 4:33 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

Here is a link to the August 2020 Westbury Crier newsletter. https://bit.ly/Aug2020Crier

The WCC budget for the first 6 months of 2020 is provided. Although Westbury has historically had strong voluntary financial support, contributions are lagging this year. In particular, we still need to raise about 100,000 dollars to pay for our Precinct 5 Constable Patrol, the Westbury Area Patrol. Thank you if you have already paid your 2020 dues. If you have not paid yet, or if you would like to make an additional contribution, it is easy to pay online at the WCC website www.westburycrier.com.  More information is available in this newsletter about paying dues.

Other August highlights include: Nominations are due by August 13 for the WCC Board. Crime stats. Trash delays. Helpful resources about COVID-19 and weather/flooding. Explore the Willow Waterhole Greenway.

July 2020 Westbury Crier Newsletter

posted Jul 1, 2020, 4:44 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

Here is a link to the July 2020 Crier newsletter.  https://bit.ly/July2020Crier

Highlights include:

* COVID-19 pandemic information. Hospitalizations are increasing, so please take care of yourselves and each other by acting safely as best you can.

* BRIDGE CLOSURE: The Hillcroft Bridge at Brays Bayou has been temporarily closed by the Harris County Flood Control District starting on July 1; plan your trips accordingly and expect traffic delays.

* PUBLIC SAFETY – a Specialized Task Force from Precinct 5 Constables has been deployed in Westbury due to higher than usual Motor Vehicle Burglaries and damage

* VOTING info for the primary runoff elections - now in progress

* HURRICANE SEASON started on June 1. This edition explains how the Willow Waterhole Bayou overflow weirs work, plus there is information about the rainfall gage in Westbury, flood insurance, etc.

* Have you filled out your census information yet? It is important for Westbury, for Houston, and for Texas that you submit your info to the census. To start the questionnaire, you can use this link   https://my2020census.gov/

* Heavy Trash. July is an ODD Month, so it is a TREE WASTE Heavy Trash month. Your tree waste can be placed at the curb starting on the first weekend of July (this weekend!)

June 2020 WCC Board Meeting CANCELLED

posted Jun 16, 2020, 9:30 AM by Westbury Civic Club President

The Westbury Civic Club Board Meeting scheduled for June 17, 2020 has been CANCELLED.  The next scheduled meeting is the regular July WCC meeting, on July 15, 2020 (usual 3rd Wednesday) at 7 p.m. 

For issues or concerns, please contact the Westbury Civic Club office by email (recommended) at westburycc@sbcglobal.net or by leaving a voicemail at 713.723.5437.  

June 2020 Westbury Crier Newsletter

posted Jun 9, 2020, 5:35 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

Here is a link to the June 2020 Crier newsletter. https://bit.ly/June2020WestburyCrier

Highlights include:

June is an “even month”, so you can “even put out” JUNK WASTE Heavy Trash this month. Junk Waste is scheduled to be picked up on Thursday, June 11 by the city. (Thanks to all of you who wait until the correct month and the correct time of the month to put out your JUNK WASTE!)

The Hillcroft Bridge will be closed next week starting on June 15 by the Harris County Flood Control District. There is a public streaming meeting scheduled for Wednesday, June 10 from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Join online at:
PublicInput.com/HillcroftBridge or via phone at 855-925-2801 (Meeting Code: 8930)

Hurricane Season started on June 1. This June 2020 edition of the Westbury Crier newsletter is full of helpful information related to Hurricane Season.

Have you filled out your census information yet? It is important for Westbury, for Houston, and for Texas that you submit your info to the census. To start the questionnaire, you can use this link   https://my2020census.gov/

We hope that you will enjoy seeing our YARD of the MONTH winners for Spring 2020. Congratulations to the winners!

May 2020 Westbury Crier

posted May 6, 2020, 2:11 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

Here is the link to the May Westbury Crier!   The May Crier has been delivered to most of the neighborhood via the WCC board and we expect to finish today or Thursday.  A big thank you to the Westbury Civic Club board volunteers for supporting the neighborhood!  We could not have done this without you!!! 


Harris County is still under a mandatory mask order until May 26.  Governor Abbott invalidated the fine but not the order.  Please wear masks to protect others and yourself.  

Communal Playgrounds, playground equipment  and benches at city parks are still closed.

April 2020 Westbury Crier Newsletter - DIGITAL ONLY

posted Apr 8, 2020, 8:07 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

The April 2020 Westbury Crier is being issued as a DIGITAL ONLY newsletter, due to the Covid-19 epidemic. Here is a link to the April 2020 Westbury Crier Newsletter. Please help us by sharing to your friends and family.


The Westbury Civic Club office is closed to visitors and the WCC office manager is working from home, in accordance with the Stay Home, Work Safe order. Voicemails and emails are being checked regularly, and mail is checked twice per week. The work of the Westbury Civic Club is continuing– statement of accounts, resale certificates, review of house plans, etc.

Heavy Trash Day in Westbury is TOMORROW (Thursday, April 9) and JUNK WASTE will be collected.

This issue contains pages of information and resources about the Covid-19 epidemic and the Stay Home order. If you have not yet submitted your information to the 2020 Census, there is information about how to do so by phone or website. There is also information about work the Harris County Flood Control District is doing in Westbury.  For fun stuff, there is a whole page of photos “As Seen in Westbury” on page 9.  We are accepting photos for the May newsletter; you can email photos to us at the WCC office email.

There is a feature called “We LOVE Our Constables” on page 7. The constable program is important as a “force multiplier” and is successful at reducing crime. Your financial support for the WCC and the Constables is needed now, more than ever.  We know that some will not be able to pay the amount they would like to pay for the Westbury Constable program. If you have the ability to send a payment, please help your friends and neighbors who may not be able to pay during these challenging times. We have added a new feature to the WCC website to allow payment by credit card or by your PayPal account, as discussed on page 7.

Stay Safe.  Take Care.

#WestburyHouston  #WestburyHoustonProud


Call to Action - Save our Constable patrol program

posted Mar 6, 2020, 12:58 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

Westbury call to action!!!! For over 30 years Pct 5 has helped keep Westbury safe as HPD numbers decreased and crime increased. Please email everyone listed below and sign up to speak on this item: 20. c. 2.

20. Commissioners court c. Precinct 2; 2. Request for discussion and possible action on a study of contracts held by Constables under the Harris County Contract Patrol Program to evaluate how the program operates in each Constable precinct, the efficacy of the program, its full impact on the county budget, its impact on operations of county departments, and inequities that may be caused by the program, with the study and final recommendation completed and submitted to Commissioners Court on May 19,

Carpooling will be available to go to commissioners court.

URGENT Message from Constable Ted Heap:

This proposal from Harris County Commissioner Adrian Garcia deals with doing away with deputy constables patrolling your neighborhoods.

This is a public safety issue. There are more than 1000 constable deputies countywide that support our understaffed Harris County Sheriff’s Office and Houston Police Department.

This proposal by Commissioner Garcia, if passed, will significantly impact the safety of our families and community by removing those deputies from your streets.

I am committed 100% to protecting your families, neighborhoods and businesses. I will fight any attempt to remove our deputies from your streets.

Please read this open letter to our Precinct 5 residents for more information:

Dear Friends:

My office was made aware for the first time this morning that County Commissioner Adrian Garcia intends to propose an item on the March 10 Commissioners Court agenda that could significantly impact law enforcement in your communities.

Because this study proposal (https://constablepct5.com/index.php/public-safety-message-2/) has not been discussed publicly prior to its inclusion on next week’s agenda, I want to ensure that you and your neighbors have an opportunity to see it and discuss it before any action is taken on Commissioners Court.

I encourage you to make your voice heard on this issue. You can do that by writing or calling:

• County Judge Lina Hidalgo, who also represents you on Commissioners Court. Judge Hidalgo’s office number is 713-274-7000, and her email address is Judge.hidalgo@cjo.hctx.net • *Commissioner Adrian Garcia, the Commissioner spearheading this campaign, at 713-274-2222, and you can email him at Adrian.Garcia@pct2.hctx.net or through his website: https://hcp2.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=25&Itemid=224/#contact • Commissioner R. Jack Cagle at 832-927-4444, and you may email him at commissionercagle@hcp4.net • Commissioner Steve Radack at 713-755-6306, and you may email him at Pct3@pct3.hctx.net • Commissioner Rodney Ellis at 713-274-1000, and you may email him at comm_ellis@cp1.hctx.net You may also wish to attend the March 10 meeting of Commissioners Court, which begins at 10 a.m. in the Commissioners Courtroom on the ninth floor of the Harris County Administration Building at 1001 Preston in downtown Houston. If you wish to speak to the court on this issue or to watch the proceedings live online, please go to: https://www.hcp4.net/appearances/. If you plan to speak you MUST sign up online at https://appearancerequest.harriscountytx.gov/

March Crier and March happenings

posted Mar 2, 2020, 9:20 AM by Westbury Civic Club President

We hope you enjoyed the month long love fest we had on Facebook for February. It's time to turn those calendar pages and welcome in March. Here is a link to the March Crier : http://bit.ly/March2020WestburyCrier

Its a fun full of activities:

Tonight, March 2nd at 6:30 you can come to Westbury High School for the PTO meeting and tour the new fine arts wing.

March 3- Super Tuesday and time to vote in the Primary of your choice at any Harris county voting location

From our City council district K:
March 5, 2020 State of the District
6:30pm - 8:30pm Fountain Life Center 14083 S Main St. Houston, (77035)

March 21, 2020 District K Homelessness Update
9:00am - 11:00am Southwest Police Station 13097 Nitida, Houston (77045)

March 26, 2020 District K Annual Capital Improvement Plan Meeting
6:30pm - 8:30pm Fountain Life Center 14083 S Main St. Houston, (77035)

March 28 10:30 am to 2 pm it’s the Westbury Community garden 10 year celebration. Be there or be square.

Untitled Post

posted Dec 22, 2019, 8:20 PM by Westbury Civic Club President

Happy New year! The January 2020 Crier is attached here. There's a calendar of up coming events as well as a handy two page summary about trash and a reminder to pay your 2020 WCC dues. Wishing all of you the very best for 2020.....


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