The Houston Health Department has adopted a new tool in its fight for public health. Project Firstline is an online course that helps educate about ways to combat COVID and other infectious diseases.

Monday, 28 June 2021 11:11

A ‘rain’ barrel of fun

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Houston Public Works’ rain barrel sale helps Houstonians collect water for use at home. The potential to save water usage could total in excess of 4 million gallons a year.

Cherrelle Duncan weaves volunteerism and public service into a career of giving.

CMC agency’s new campaign seeks to raise $5 million and raise awareness of Blacks in the Armed Forces, while uplifting the community through history, art and STEAM.

Tuesday, 22 June 2021 15:17

HTV’s got ‘A Message From …’

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New online content series reintroduces COH employees to city departments and what they do.

Thursday, 27 May 2021 11:36

Meet your 2021 Bravo Award winners

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Six city employees stand out through their volunteerism and service

Tuesday, 25 May 2021 16:47

Going door-to-door for your safety

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The Houston Health Department’s COVID-19 Outreach Team have been visiting targeted neighborhoods to promote their “Take Your Best Shot” campaign for vaccinations.

Tuesday, 25 May 2021 16:01

Welcome Back (to life, back to reality)

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As the date to return to the office nears, COH employees reflect on working remotely

Tuesday, 25 May 2021 15:52

Because the night... belongs to training

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HFD High Water Rescue Fleet conducts night training on Buffalo Bayou to prepare for hurricane season

Tuesday, 27 April 2021 16:40

#ForTheH

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Employees show support for the Houston Astros opener on April 1 and share photos with us on Facebook and Twitter. Stay in touch by liking or following our COH Employee News social media. Next up is our Springtime in Houston virtual bingo challenge. Invite your coworkers to join in on the fun. Let’s see those Houston spring photos.

Monday, 22 March 2021 09:24

Master controller of his domain

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HTV’s Bryant Quiroga waxes philosophic about the evolution of being master control operator for the city’s television station

Mayor Turner and city officials kicked off the summer program that teaches job skills, connects youth to the city’s economy, and can put them on the road to productive work.

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