2014-4-18T8:00 AMApril 18, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
2014-4-21T7:00 PMApril 21, 7:00 PM
@ Council Chamber, City HallCouncil Chamber, City Hall1522 Texas ParkwayMissouri City, TX 77489
The City Council meets regularly on the first and third Mondays of each month at 7:00 p.m. The meetings are open to the public. The City Council sets policy for the governance of the City of Missouri City. Missouri City Television rebroadcasts regular City Council meetings on Channel 16 on Comcast Cable and on Channel 99 on U-Verse. Current and archived meeting information are available on this website; go to the home page and click on “Online Service Center.” Current Council meeting packets are available by clicking the "More Details" link which is activated 72 hours before the meeting.
2014-4-26T8:00 AMApril 26, 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
@ Civic Center ComplexCivic Center Complex1522 Texas ParkwayMissouri City, TX 77489
Standard spaces are available for $20 and premium location spaces are available for $30 (one space per person please). Payments of cash or checks addressed to Missouri City Green will be accepted. All booth spaces must be reserved at the Recreation & Tennis Center located at 2701 Cypress Point Drive. All proceeds of the booth fees directly benefit Missouri City Green and the Mayor’s Youth Commission. This is a free event for those wishing to browse and make purchases.
2014-4-26T10:00 AMApril 26, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
@ Missouri City Police DepartmentMissouri City Police Department3849 Cartwright Rd.Missouri City, TX 77459
The City will again partner with the Drug Enforcement Administration to accept unwanted medication free of charge, providing residents the opportunity to safely dispose of their expired, unused or unwanted prescription drugs.
As the misuse of prescription medications continues to rise, events such as this provide an easy, anonymous way for residents to dispose of drugs. Residents are cautioned against flushing unwanted medications or putting them in the garbage as both methods pose potential safety and health hazards. Flushing drugs may pollute the water supply and throwing prescriptions in the trash makes them accessible to thieves, pets and wildlife, which could result in accidental poisonings and overdoses.
2014-4-29T8:00 AMApril 29, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
@ Recreation & Tennis CenterRecreation & Tennis Center2701 Cypress Point DriveMissouri City, TX 77459
Travel with us as we take a tour of the famous painted churches in Schulenburg, TX. Halfway through the tour we will stop at Oakridge Smokehouse. Trip participants must bring additional money for lunch. Trip includes walking short distances. Limited spots are available! Sign up at the Recreation & Tennis Center.