Farmers Market at Imperial – W.A. Parish Tabling

Farmers Market at Imperial 234 Matlage Way, Sugar Land, TX

Come out and meet our W.A. Parish Campaign organizer, Alondra Torres this Saturday at the Farmers Market at Imperial in Sugar Land.

Posada with the Port // Posada con el Puerto

Milby High School 1601 Broadway St, Houston, TX

Stop by Port Houston’s free Community Resource Fair and Posada on Saturday, December 10th from 10 am-2 pm at Milby High School. Over 25 local organizations will participate, with resources focused on community needs such as healthcare, food access, financial literacy, workforce development, and more! Air Alliance Houston will be there tabling as part of …

Parish Campaign Canvassing event

Kroger Brazos-Town 24401 Brazos Town Xing, Rosenberg, TX

Join W.A. Parish Campaign manager Alondra Torres this Sunday, December 11 for a canvassing event in Rosenberg, TX. Register below.

Valero Energy Partners hearing on Federal Operating Permit

Hartman Community Center 9311 E Avenue P, Houston, TX

En Español por abajo Valero Energy Partners in Manchester, a petroleum refineries facility has applied to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for a renewal of a Federal Operating Permit (FOP) No. O3784, Application No. 31654. A FOP being granted would mean that the facility will get to continue to operate for 5 more years. …

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Harris County Commissioner’s Court

1001 Preston, Suite 934 1001 Preston, Suite 934, Houston

We encourage community members to be involved in decisions that affect their lives. While the commissioners court always has important matters and information there are not always air quality or environmental justice issues on the agenda. When these issues come up on the agenda we value community support in protecting previously underserved groups from poor air quality 

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Houston City Council

We encourage community members to be involved in decisions that affect their lives. While the council always has important matters and information there are not always air quality or environmental justice issues on the agenda. When these issues do come up on the agenda we value community support in protecting previously underserved groups from poor air quality.

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District B EJ Committee Monthly Meeting with Council Member Jackson

Virtual

Each month, City of Houston Council Member Tarsha Jackson hosts the District B Monthly Briefing so constituents can be updated on the environmental issues in the district. Some city departments and other government offices may be invited to present information and important updates for the district B community.

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Houston City Council

We encourage community members to be involved in decisions that affect their lives. While the council always has important matters and information there are not always air quality or environmental justice issues on the agenda. When these issues do come up on the agenda we value community support in protecting previously underserved groups from poor air quality.

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STOP TxDOT I-45 General Meeting

Virtual

This group was founded in response to the Texas Department of Transportation’s North Houston Highway Improvement Project. Their meetings are announced via their newsletter (register here) and on their social media (Instagram: @stoptxdot-i45). Each meeting will have general updates on the project and planning on actions/strategy against the project as it stands. Air Alliance Houston’s main point of contact with Stop TxDOT I-45 is Melissa Beeler – [email protected]

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Port Commission

This meeting discusses the current agenda and project decisions of the board at the Port of Houston. Currently, the Healthy Port Communities Coalition (HPCC) is focused on the board’s Ship Channel Expansion plan to widen and deepen the channel.

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Harris County Commissioner’s Court

1001 Preston, Suite 934 1001 Preston, Suite 934, Houston

We encourage community members to be involved in decisions that affect their lives. While the commissioners court always has important matters and information there are not always air quality or environmental justice issues on the agenda. When these issues come up on the agenda we value community support in protecting previously underserved groups from poor air quality