News & Events

University Place Association & Super Neighborhood Annual Meeting: May 10, 2016

 The University Place Association & University Place Super Neighborhood will hold their Annual Meeting on Tuesday, May 10, 2016 at First Christian Church at 1601 Sunset Boulevard at 11:30 a.m.   University Place residents and business owners are welcome to attend.

Community Mayoral Candidates Forum

University Place Association/Super Neighborhood, the Museum Park Super Neighborhood, and the South Main Alliance are co-hosting a Mayoral Candidates Forum on Tuesday, August 25, 2015 at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

Read detailed event information here

University Place Association/Super Neighborhood Hosts NUSA Tour

University Place Association/Super Neighborhood will be hosting a tour of the University Place community on May 22, 2015 as part of the Neighborhoods, USA (NUSA) Annual Conference which will be held in Houston this year from May 20-23, 2015.  The conference is anticipated to have an attendance of 1,200, including 400 local participants.  One of the key components of the NUSA conference is the neighborhood tours.  Each tour, limited to 50 conference attendees, provides an opportunity for local organizations and neighborhood groups to showcase their unique stories that help make Houston the vibrant city it is.  University Place welcomes this opportunity to showcase University Place and share our unique story with the NUSA community.  NUSA conference attendees come from across the nation and all over the world to learn and to share their knowledge, ideas and goals for strengthening neighborhoods and improving quality of life in their communities.

For more about NUSA and their Annual Conference see   This year’s conference schedule can be viewed at  University Place is listed on page 32.


University Place Association/Super Neighborhood Annual Meeting

University Place Association/Super Neighborhood will hold its Annual Meeting and board election on Tuesday, February 10, 2015 at 11:30 a.m. at 3701 Kirby Drive in the Ninth Floor Conference Room (Suite 900).  This meeting is open to all University Place residents.


GPA Steering Committee – City of Houston General Plan

View the presentation (PDF) 


FY2015 Street Overlays in University Place

It was announced in July 2014 that a number of University Place streets have been assessed and accepted for overlay in the City’s 2015 fiscal year (which began in June 2014). View the PDF below to see the full list of streets impacted.

View List of Street Overlays 


University Place Executive Director Appointed to Rebuild HoustonAdvisory Committee

Rebuild Houston is a result of Proposition One, approved by voters on November 2, 2010.  The proposition directed that the City’s Charter be amended to provide for the enhancement, improvement and ongoing renewal of Houston’s drainage and streets by creating a dedicated pay‐as‐you‐go fund to help maintain and improve drainage and street infrastructure and plan upgrades to meet future needs.  

In August 2013, University Place Executive Director, Kathie Easterly, was appointed by Houston City Council to serve on the Rebuild Houston Advisory Committee for one year, and was reappointed in June 2014 for another two year term.  The Committee meets monthly and reports directly to the Mayor.  On July 2, 2014, the Rebuild Houston Advisory Committee submitted to the Mayor their feedback and recommendations regarding the various FY 2015-2019 CIP amendments proposed by City Council Members.

Read the feedback and recommendations here.

The Committee’s mission is to be an independent advisory committee whose role is to advise the City on Rebuild Houston and the project prioritization process. In performing this advisory role, the Committee will:

  • Advise the Mayor on PWE project selection, process methodology and recommend changes where appropriate to enhance outcomes.
  • Advise the Mayor on ways to more effectively engage super neighborhood, civic, homeowner and business groups to ensure various stakeholders are informed of project priorities and are provided an opportunity for input into the Rebuild Houston program, including monitoring and recommending improvements to community relations activities.
  • Provide regular reports to the Transportation, Technology & Infrastructure Committee.

For more on ReBuild Houston, its Advisory Committee and scheduled CIP projects, visit