The Energy Corridor District’s maintenance crews resumed service today, Thursday, March 26, in accordance with the Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo’s Stay-Home Work-Safe Order.
The District’s security patrol, provided by Harris County Constable Precinct 5, will continue normal operations. In the case of an emergency, please dial 9-1-1 or contact Harris County Constable Precinct 5 dispatch at 281-463-6666.
As a reminder, the District’s staff is working remotely, but available by email or by calling 281-759-3800.
District Update – March 24, 2020
In accordance with Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo’s Stay-Home Work-Safe Order, the Energy Corridor District will temporarily suspend all non-essential work, including District maintenance. In addition, District staff will continue to work remotely for the duration of this order. If during this time, you encounter damage to public infrastructure or situations requiring emergency maintenance, please report these concerns directly to the City of Houston by calling 3-1-1 or you may contact the District at 281-759-3800.
District Update – March 17, 2020
The Energy Corridor District is continuing to monitor recommendations being provided regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). For the safety and well-being of our community, the District is suspending all in-person meetings and events through the end of March.
Currently, our staff is telecommuting to maintain the District’s operations. In addition, the District’s Constable Patrol and maintenance services will continue normal operations. To contact a member of our staff, please utilize our website where you will find a list of staff email addresses. You may also call the District’s main phone line at 281-759-3800.
District Event Updates:
- The Energy Corridor District’s Board Meeting, scheduled for March 20th, will take place as a virtual meeting. Please call the District’s office for instructions on how to participate.
- Art is an Outdoor Market, originally scheduled for March 21st, has been postponed. Please visit the event’s website for more details.
- The Kolache Factory Challenge 5K/10K/1K event, originally scheduled for March 28th, has been cancelled. For more information, please visit the event’s website.
- Cigna Sunday Streets, originally scheduled for March 29th, has been postponed. We will share updates related to this event on our website and social media platforms as they become available.
- The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal disaster loans for businesses impacted by COVID-19. Full details can be found on their website. In order for Texas to receive an SBA Economic Injury Disaster Declaration, the state must qualify. Additional details can be found on the Texas Department of Emergency Management’s website.
- Texas Department of Emergency Management
- Harris County Public Health
- Houston Health Department’s website
All the best!
The Energy Corridor District