A Living Mosaic




Please join us on Tuesday, June 21st at 7:00 at

Mid Town Bar & Grill
415 W. Gray in the upstairs meeting room.

This month's speakers are Naymond Roach from the City of Houston Department of 311 and Tony Allender from the Montrose Management District.

Mr. Roach will explain how the City's 311 system works, what types of problems should be reported, how to report these issues and what happens to the issues that you report.

Mr. Allender will explain how a management district works, the Management District Programs that impact our area and the projects for beautification and improvement that are underway or planned for our area.

This is a wonderful opportunity to learn about organizations that impact our neighborhood.

Come early and thank our generous venue host by having a scrumptious meal or drink before the meeting.


The East Montrose neighborhood sits within the general Montrose area, central to Houston Texas. Originally established in 1911, it was planned as one of the more pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods in Houston. Montrose maintains its independent spirit even as it has grown over the years.

The residents are as varied as the architecture. Here you can find a style to meet your taste, whether an original bungalow, remodel, a new four story townhouse or mansion, stately historic home or even a live/work building. The community exemplifies an independent spirit by being developed privately through individuals rather than as a reflection of public government policies.

East Montrose neighborhood is a demographically diverse community with a vibrant street life, access to the Museum District, a variety of restaurants, festivals, artists, musicians, shopping, and the Medical Center. All of which are accessible via light rail, bus or walking.

In 2009 Montrose was honored to be named by the American Planning Association as one of the country's 10 great neighborhoods.

For more reading about East Montrose, see the following:

Montrose, Houston (Wikipedia)

Established in 1911, the neighborhood is a demographically diverse area with renovated mansions, bungalows with wide porches, and cottages located along tree-lined boulevards. Read more ...

Eclectic, walkable and one of top 10 (Houston Chronicle)

Montrose, the central Houston community known for its diverse lifestyles, vibrant street life and stately historic homes, is being honored by the American Planning Association today as one of the country's 10 great neighborhoods. Read more ...

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Enjoy your neighborhood!