In early 2017, the Deer Park City Council approved a set of space-naming opportunities for features of the facility, which is expected to be complete by the first quarter of 2018. This week, brochures outlining the available donation levels will be distributed citywide.
“Aligning with our commitment to invest in City infrastructure, we will soon begin construction on a new, 7,487 square foot Deer Park Animal Shelter and Adoption Center, which will better serve both the citizens and the pets of our community,” Mayor Jerry Mouton said. “Once construction begins, we anticipate our new shelter – to be located adjacent to the current facility at 4213 Luella - will be completed in approximately 10 months.
During its recent workshop, Deer Park City Council discussed possible solutions to illegal turns from Railroad Avenue onto Center Street that have repeatedly damaged medians and the Gateway Monument. Council also unanimously passed all items on its agenda.
No charges will be brought against a woman who witnesses say pulled a gun on another driver at Deer Park Elementary Thursday morning. According to Deer Park Police, the altercation was incited by road rage
No one was injured after a car drove through the store front of a business on the 4900 block of Luella Friday. According to emergency responders, no one was inside the store when the vehicle accidentally drove through shortly before 3:15 p.m. Photo by Bobby Vasquez.
David was a loving husband, father, son, brother, uncle and friend.
Deer Park City Council will discuss signage at the Community Center relating to carrying handguns on the premises as well as possible solutions to illegal turns at the intersection of Railroad Street and Center. The workshop begins at 6:45 p.m., with the council meeting to follow at 7:30 p.m.