Honoring years of service, inspiring future generations and friendly competition - Public Service Recognition Week covers all the bases.
How Kelton Sams sparked a civil rights movement on the island
Houston could lose billions in federal funding if the local population is undercounted.
Remembering Anna Russell, Houston’s longest-serving employee, and how she ruled the roost.
You’ll see these new faces around the horseshoe and out in the community.
Mile after mile, these city employees pound the pavement to achieve their marathon goals.
Dormant pots spring to life with local art and native plants.
City of Houston honors the life of fallen HPD Sergeant Christopher Brewster.
Browse through some of our favorite City Savvy articles from the past year.
Through program, innovators, investors, and city foster smart city solutions.
City employees came together throughout the month of October to raise funds and awareness during the “It Starts with Me,” 2020 Combined Municipal Campaign.
A collaboration between regional shelters and rescue agencies resulted in 1,450 pets finding new homes.
The holidays can be a demanding and difficult time. Read these tips to overcome the pressures of the holiday season.