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Mayor Turner Calls for Calm in the City of Houston and Encourages Demonstrators to Protest Peacefully and Respectfully in Memory of George Floyd


Houston Joins Major Cities to Host The National Arts Drive

Mayor Turner and Sen. John Whitmire Issue Joint Statement Following the Tragic Death of Former Houston Resident George Floyd While in Minneapolis Police Custody

Houston’s Mayor Turner Wants to Honor Seniors Who Endured a Challenging Year / Star-Studded Lineup Announced for Virtual Video Tribute (.pdf)

City of Houston Municipal Courts Department Extends Court Reset Period to Each Saturday in June at 1400 Lubbock and Resumes Normal Operations June 1, 2020

Notice of Public Hearing, TEFRA Airport Bonds, June 4 at 10:00 a.m. (.pdf)

Houston Health Department, Agency Partners to Provide Free COVID-19 Tests Across Houston

Mayor Turner's Statement on the Death of Special Advisor Keith Wade

Mayor Turner Announces City Pools and Splashpads to Close Until Further Notice

Mayor Turner Joins Office of Business Opportunity to Celebrate Virtual Graduation for Build Up Houston, Accelerate Latinx

Houston Integrates COVID-19 Response and Recovery into Resilient Houston Framework

Houston Health Department And Partners To Offer More Than A Dozen Free COVID-19 Test Sites Week Of May 18

The City of Houston Announces Public Participation Guidelines as City Council Begins Virtual Meetings on Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Mayor Sylvester Turner Remembers Baseball Great Bob Watson

Mayor Turner Sends Letter to Tesla CEO Elon Musk

Mayor Turner Receives COVID-19 Test Results

Houston Health Department hosting virtual job fairs to expand COVID-19 workforce

Mayor Turner's Proposed FY 2021 Budget Includes Tough Cuts, Preserves Public Safety and Maintains City Services

Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs Announces Emergency Response Program Supporting Artists

Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs Awards First Round of Digital-Focused Arts Grants

Mayor Turner's Statement on Council Member Plummer Testing Positive for Covid-19

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