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The City of Katy launched a mass-notification system on Jan. 29 in order to keep residents informed of severe weather, hazards and community events as quickly as possible, officials said.
Through the new system, known as Katy-Connect, city officials can quickly push voice messages to homes, businesses and cell phones. The system is also able to send emails and text messages and can post READ MORE »
The University of Houston has taken preliminary measures to file a tuition revenue bond worth $60 million to fund the construction of a new campus in Katy.
Jason Smith, University of Houston’s vice president for governmental and community affairs, said the preliminary revenue bond request was filed Jan. 22, and the university has asked District 18 Sen. Lois Kolkhorst and District 132 Rep READ MORE »
A boardwalk project planned for behind Katy Mills, south of Kingsland Boulevard, will include a convention center complex with a hotel, parking garage and zones for residential, office and retail spaces, Katy Development Authority officials said during a special workshop session before the Katy City Council’s regular meeting Jan. 12.
The project is slated to take eight to 10 years to READ MORE »
Katy ISD officials will be reaching out for input from the community and students’ parents this week for ways to improve district transportation.
The ever-growing school district, which reached a student population of 70,000 this year, will email a survey that will also be available online as part of a search for “a more sustainable solution” to improve its growing pains, officials said READ MORE »
Commuters on I-10 have seen some notable changes to the north as construction at Memorial Hermann Hospital Katy continues. What once was a ground-level foundation has turned into the shell of a six-story, 229,000-square-foot expansion of the hospital slated to open next year.
Construction began in May on the $85 million project that will add 52 beds in the patient tower—bringing the READ MORE »
At the time, Katy football coach Gary Joseph said his team, especially the offensive line, had some growing up to do.
The Tigers were walking off the field at Woodforest Bank Stadium in September, heading to the locker room as The Woodlands players and fans were celebrating a decisive 21-point victory that sent shock waves across the state.
Joseph, who has led Katy to three state READ MORE »
Lennar Homes is running the Find Your Perfect Home for the Holidays Promotion through December 15th. Home buyers can get up to $2,000 in closing costs when you purchase your new Lennar home. Visit Lennar.com for more details.
The Katy Independent School District was recently ranked among the top 10 school districts in the nation by the Center for Digital Education and the National School Boards Association for expanding the use of innovative technologies district-wide, as well as in the classroom.
The Digital School Districts Survey showcases exemplary school boards' and districts' use of technology to govern READ MORE »
November ushers in two nature activities to the Katy Prairie with a community service prairie restoration project and the Wild West Tour “Fall Feathers” with Master Naturalist Glenn Olsen, both sponsored by the Katy Prairie Conservancy (KPC).
On Nov. 15, the public is invited to help KPC “Putting Down Roots” during the largest restoration effort yet on the Katy Prairie. Volunteers will READ MORE »
Katy Mills will offer South Texas-area children a safe place to take part in Halloween activities as the Simon Kidgits Club® presents its annual Boo Bash event on Friday, Oct. 31 from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the AMC Plaza.
“Katy Mills is the perfect place for families looking for Halloween entertainment in a fun, safe community environment,” said Sabrina Scruta, director of marketing and READ MORE »