City of Houston Acres

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Welcome to Houston Acres!

The City of Houston Acres is an active 6th class city that was incorporated on October 3, 1956, in the county of Jefferson. There are 225 homes in the City and 507 residents (census 2010).

The current Mayor is Charles Bartman, and the commisioners are  Steven Schlotter, Scott Medley, Mia Seitz and Ed Hardison.

The City Council meets the last Thursday of each month at 7:45pm at the McMahon Fire House on Taylorsville Road.

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Cat lost from house explosion

This is a message that a friend up closer to the house on Houston received regarding the ladies cat: Please keep a look out for her missing cat ...Bengal female ..not social..probably very frightened... more
Started: November 8th, 06:51 PMReplies: 0

House fire

Praying for the injured in the house explosion/fire in Houston Blvd last night. If we can help in any way (meals, household items, etc), please let us know. more
Started: November 8th, 05:35 AMReplies: 0

Fox in neighborhood

Please be aware a large, red fox has been seen on several occasions (day and night) in the vicinity of Hewitt Ave and Hunsinger. It has made aggressive moves toward a lady walking her dog. She was... more
Started: October 28th, 03:37 PMReplies: 0

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Pets and Asthma
Petsthumb Your pet's dead skin flakes, urine, feces, saliva and hair can trigger asthma. Dogs, cats, rodents (including hamsters and guinea pigs) and other mammals can trigger asthma in individuals with an allergic...
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Be Proactive and Improve Neighborhood Safety
Single_spike Be Proactive and Improve Neighborhood and Home Safety You can increase safety and security around neighborhood common areas like pools and clubhouses and even around private homes with non-lethal spike...
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