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Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital’s highly-anticipated parking garage is now open, adding nearly 700 free parking spots to the growing campus, the hospital announced in a January 30th press release. more
Dinosaurs may not still rule the earth, but they will soon be seen in Katy, with the opening of Jurassic World: The Exhibition, which was announced at the February 2nd “State of the City” luncheon hosted by the Katy Area Chamber of Commerce at Embassy Suites, 16435 Katy Freeway. more
The award-winning Jurassic World: The Exhibition has now become one of the fastest selling exhibitions in history since its launch, and has welcomed over 8 million visitors. more
Harris County Precinct 4 announced via Facebook in early February that the office is hiring for summer internship programs. more
The Fort Bend County Precinct 1 Constable’s Office has achieved the prestigious “Accredited Law Enforcement Agency” designation from the Texas Police Chiefs Association Law Enforcement Accreditation Program, announced in a January 31st press release. more
The 2024 Katy FFA Rodeo Parade will take place on Saturday, February 17th at 9:30 a.m. The parade theme for 2024 is “Tried & True….Red, White, & Blue.” Don and Ida Fay Elder will serve as Parade Grand Marshals; Don Elder is a former mayor of the City of Katy. more
It’s February – and that means it’s the start of rodeo season! Two of Katy’s favorite hometown events – the Katy Rodeo and the Katy ISD FFA Livestock Show – will take place February 15th through 17th. The rodeo – managed by the Katy Rodeo Association -- will be held at the W.E. Billy Morgan Rodeo Arena, 5801 Katy Hockley Cut Off Rd., Katy, while the livestock show and auction – run by the Katy Independent School District -- will take place at the adjacent Gerald D. Young Agricultural Sciences Center at 5801 Katy Fort Bend Cut-Off Rd. more
The efforts of the Highway 36A Coalition have an impact well beyond Brazoria, Fort Bend and Waller counties, which makes it important for the coalition to partner with other regions of the state as our mobility corridor becomes reality, said two mobility and urban planners, Michael Parks and Dan Rudge, when they spoke at the November 14th luncheon of the Highway 36A Coalition at Marriott Energy Corridor. more
The City of Katy’s Parks and Recreation Department announced via Facebook the completion of the Arboretum Playground at 2046 Katy City Park Road in Katy. more
The Katy Area Chamber of Commerce on January 17th announced the addition of five distinguished new members to its Board of Directors. “These individuals were selected for their exceptional leadership qualities, dedication to the community, and commitment to fostering business growth in the Katy area,” said Matthew Ferraro, chamber president and CEO. more
Fort Bend County is currently accepting applications for the 2024 Summer Youth Employment Program (YEP). The application window is open until Friday, March 15, 2024. more
The Katy Area Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated recognized January as “Human Trafficking Awareness & Prevention Month” by sponsoring a community education event at Powerhouse Church, 1818 Katyland Drive in Katy on January 20th. more
In Monday night's city council meeting, council members approved a significant project which will improve both mobility and drainage along Katy Hockley Road between Morton and Clay. more
Software start-up SeekerPitch, started by Katy resident Ryan Reisner, is breathing new life into today’s hiring experience by helping candidates use short-form video to immediately showcase soft skills as a part of their initial submission, transcending typical application barriers. more
On January 5th, the Office of Fort Bend County Judge KP George announced the official launch of the Queer Committee, a new initiative aimed at promoting inclusivity, providing resources, dispelling myths, and showcasing the economic contributions of the Queer community in Fort Bend County. more
On January 10th, the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office marked a significant milestone -- the groundbreaking for the construction of an advanced regional training facility. more
Long time Katy resident Mark Strickler, together with his business partner Franklin Smith, have recently invented a new type of life jacket/personal floatation device which will come on the market in the summer of 2024. more
Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner Lesley Briones has scheduled another “listening tour” in Katy, to be held January 20th from 12 noon to 2 p.m. at the Houston Community College Katy Campus, 22910 Colonial Parkway in Katy. more
Katy ISD has announced that all campuses and facilities will be closed on Tuesday due to hazardous weather conditions. Included in this is the cancellation of all before and after school activities. more
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