If that can of Dinty Moore beef stew in your hurricane kit looks unappealing, never fear. The Department of Health and Human Services serves up gourmet quality recipes made from nonperishables.
This profile is the first in a series spotlighting our 2015 Bravo Award winners. This month, get to know Alfred Goebel, an HFD engineer operator.
City employees share their secrets to relaxing, reducing stress and finding balance in life: creating art. Check out our gallery of employee art.
From renewable energy to sustainable building materials, see how residents and builders alike are inspired to think and build green to save money and resources.
You've seen them around town, adorning our parks, out there for all to enjoy. Can you locate these iconic sculptures? Test your knowledge of the civic art, and show how City Savvy you truly are.
Cyclists can now breeze through downtown safely thanks to the new dedicated Lamar Street bike lane that also connects bike routes in the area.
Distracted drivers are plaguing roads across America. And people are paying for it in lives and injuries. Find out the dangers and what you can do about it. It could save your life.
Topping Forbes Magazine's list of America's fastest-growing cities, the Department of Planning and Development shares how this growth affects city services and how we are planning for the future.
Downtown workers and residents are getting acquainted with a new neighbor, one that moves fast, works all day and night, and he's not afraid to toot his own horn. And he's just getting warmed up. Meet the new Metro Light Rail line.
Houston's homeless might feel forgotten, but they are not. A special police unit gives new meaning to Houston's finest — officers whose mission is serving and protecting the most vulnerable among us.