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Property Tax Information

Property taxes for the City of Piney Point Village are incorporated with statements from Spring Branch Independent School District.  Please click here to go to SBISD Tax Home Page to view and pay your city taxes or call 713-251-7960 for more information.



Notice of Adopted 2015 Tax Rate
   Click here        

2016 APPROVED BUDGET
The City has adopted a 2016 Budget of $5,843,792.00.
           
Click here to view the Budget. 

 

 2016 ELECTION INFORMATION / Elección
                       



                                      

 
 

V-LINC (Village-Local Information Neighborhood Connect) REGISTER to Receive Community Alerts Directly From the The City of Piney Point Village and MVPD.  

   

 

 


City Hall Office Hours:
 Monday - Thursday  7:30 am - 12 noon
 Monday - Thursday  1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
 Friday  7:30 am - 12 noon


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Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Court Day - 2:00p
Thursday, May 12, 2016
Board of Adjustment Meeting - 7:00p
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Court Day - 2:00p
Thursday, May 26, 2016
Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting - 7:00p
Monday, May 30, 2016
City Hall Closed - Memorial Day

 

MESSAGE TO RESIDENTS
REGARDING APRIL 18TH FLOODING

Dear Residents,

The City of Piney Point Village and the entire region experienced a large rainfall event on April 18, 2016.  The City would like to be as thorough as possible in addressing flooding that endangers homes in the  City. In order to do so we need to know where such flooding occurred.

 The City is requesting that residents report flooding on their property to City Hall by emailing the City Secretary (citysec@pineypt.org) or by calling the City Secretary at (713) 782-0271.  A follow up questionnaire will be sent and the City Engineers  will perform a site visit to better understand the issues and to identify potential solutions to aid in relieving flooding in the area.  Thank you for your help in guiding the City’s efforts in flood reduction.

Sincerely,   
Mayor Lee Butler
City of Piney Point Village

 

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The City Council held a  
Regular City Council Meeting
Monday, April 25, 2016 at 6:30 PM
at City Hall, located at 7676 Woodway, Suite 300,
Click here to view the Agenda
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Important Notice
From the Office of the Chief of Police:
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When using a cell phone for Emergency 911 calls, residents need to be aware that the call may not be routed to the intended 911 Dispatch Center.  Cellular calls usually go to the closest cell tower.  If that tower is located in Houston, there is a good chance the 911 call will be answered by Houston 911 and could cause a delay of several minutes in the proper public safety response. The MVPD recommends ALL RESIDENTS to program into their CELL PHONES the 911 Dispatch Non-Emergency number for MVPD (713) 365-3700 and for Village Fire Dept. (713) 465-2323. When in the jurisdiction of Memorial Villages, always try to use the NON-Emergency number when using CELL PHONES. When outside Memorial Villages, use 911.






Mayor Lee Butler proclaims May 1, 2016 to be Lemonade Day in Piney Point Village.
Click here to view the Proclamation and to get more information about
Lemonade Day Houston.






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Upcoming Road Projects in the City
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Major  Construction Project
Memorial Dr. / Blalock Intersection
  February thru September 2016

Blalock Rd / S. Piney Point Weekly Report 4/16/16
 Click here



Message from Mayor Lee Butler

 The City of Piney Point Village will commence a major drainage project, originally scheduled to begin in early January at the intersection of Memorial Drive with Blalock Road and South Piney Point Road.  The project had been delayed in order to make some major changes and obtain the necessary approvals from Harris County.  While it is anticipated that the project will take approximately 8 months to complete, it will provide desperately needed drainage to the neighborhoods in the area.  This project will start tomorrow, Tuesday, February 9, 2016.

Over the last two months, Piney Point officials hosted several public meetings to inform residents about the details of the project, including temporary changes in traffic flow.  During those meetings, major concerns were expressed about the proposed one-way traffic on S. Piney Point Road during the construction period.  Based on those concerns, Piney Point officials further evaluated the possible construction options and determined that there is an approach which will allow two-way traffic on South Piney Point and that option has been selected.

This will still be a major construction area, with two narrow lanes (11 feet wide) and the speed limit will be reduced to 20 miles per hour.  Vehicles will be sharing the roadway with large construction equipment.  No "thru" trucks will be allowed in the construction area because part of the temporary roadway will be located over an older water line.

For the safety of everyone; area residents, construction workers and drivers, this area will be closely monitored by the MVPD and there will be no tolerance for speeding or unsafe driving.  If possible, we strongly recommend that you avoid this intersection and instead utilize alternative routes such as Voss Road or Gessner Road to travel to the Westheimer area.  Thank you for your patience and understanding during this much needed construction project.

Mayor Lee Butler
City of Piney Point


Traffic Flow Map (March 3, 2016) - click here


Please check this page for the latest
construction updates.
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