District F

Council Member Tiffany D. Thomas

Council Member Tiffany Thomas In 2013, Tiffany D. Thomas ran for Trustee position 7, with Alief ISD serving one term as the youngest elected official at her election. In 2019, with the encouragement of her community, she ran for Houston City Council, District F representing Alief, Westchase, Tanglewilde, Briar Meadow, Westmont, and the historic Piney Point. She is the first Black woman and under 40 to serve in this role. As Chair of Housing and Community Affairs for the city, she oversees priorities related to Housing, Veteran Affairs, Homelessness, and Solid Waste.

In response to the eviction crisis in early 2020, Councilwoman Thomas, alongside Mayor Sylvester Turner, released a rent relief program in response to COVID-19. To date, the Administration has supported housing insecure Houstonians with more than $200M in rental subsidy and $28M in direct assistance to keep families housed. Of note, the rent relief program implemented locally has gained the attention of the US Treasury Department as a national model. More ...

Council Member Thomas Interviewed on the Amanda Sapp Show

Amanda Sapp Show Screenshot

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District F Youth Conference, October 16

District F Youth Conference

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District F Town Hall with Chief Finner Video

Chromium 6 Testing Data

Chromium 6 Testing Data

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Alief Community Center Video