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Effective immediately, City of Houston now offers all employees a 33% reduced rate on Houston BCycle memberships. With the codes below, you can access the city's bike share system for just $6.00 per month or $66.00 per year. 
As a Houston BCycle member, you'll be able to take unlimited trips throughout the entire, 59-station (and growing) network of bikes. With each BCycle trip, you'll contribute to growing a healthy, sustainable, eco-friendly transit option for our city.
To access your discounted membership, simply download theBCycleapp or visit HoustonBCycle's website, sign up with your @houstontx.gov email address, and use the following promotional codes:   Monthly Membership - COHMTH    Annual MembershipCOHANN
Check out the station map here to see how you'll be able use the system in your day-to-day life. 
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powered by logoThe new Working Advantage employee discount and reward program can save City of Houston employees up to 60% on a huge selection of tickets, memberships, event passes, travel and more.

GuidanceResources Online offers 24/7 access so visit guidanceresources.com to register and if you're a first-timer, use code HOUSTONEAP. Click "Discounts" in the "I'm Looking For" box on the homepage and see for yourself!

Published in City Nights

HMNSThe Houston Museum of Natural Science (HMNS) has a wonderful corporate discount program that offers City of Houston employees up to 60% off all museum ticketed attractions.  Contact Jennifer Cobb by email at jennifer.cobb@houstontx.gov for the link and password to check out all the exhibits, films, and events the museum has to offer and to purchase and print your coupon. Disconted coupons are good for both Houston and Sugar Land locations!

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Hot shot mechanic turns the screws on fires

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Published in Day on the Job
Thursday, 09 January 2014 16:00

New BARC programs bite away at problems

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