The CenterPoint project requires transmission lines at the park to be raised in conjunction with roadwork being done by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). The temporary closing of the parking lot is due to concerns for public safety while the work is undertaken.
Flood control officials are still warning trail users and park patrons to take special care to keep away from heavy equipment in work areas and to be patient. Much of the work is still being done. Crews are at the mercy of the weather and large equipment and vehicles will be entering the park from major streets like North Wilcrest, Kirkwood and Dairy Ashford.
Precinct Three employees, from left, Bobby Gibson, Juan Hernandez, Garry Coursey and James Mathis work together to put in a post for the first pavilion to be built in John Paul’s Landing Park. Photo by Mike Gavin, Pct. Three.
In addition to regularly scheduled activities – knitting, crocheting, quilting, oil painting, yoga, stretching, exercise classes, cards and dominoes – Harris County Precinct Three Commissioner Steve Radack’s Hockley Community Center is now offering the following upcoming events and activities
Inner Loop dog owners have precious few parks where Fido can really cut loose. That’s why we suggest going the extra mile (or 20) and taking your furry friend to Congressman Bill Archer Dog Park, where he can gallivant across 17 acres, finding new and interesting ways to get dirty.