Here are five things you need to know this week if you live in Humble, Kingwood or Atascocita:

May elections

Humble ISD board of trustee positions 1, 3, 4 and 5 are up for re-election May 6. The incumbents are Robert Sitton (Pos. 1), Angela Conrad (Pos. 3), Charles Cunningham (Pos. 4), and Brent Engelage (Pos. 5).

In the city of Humble, voters will decide on mayor and two city council positions. The incumbents are Mayor Merle Aaron and council members Andy Curry and Ray Calfee.

Northpark Drive construction expected in 2020

Construction of the Northpark Drive expansion to six lanes from Loop 494 to Woodland Hills Drive is slated for 2020. The work was previously expected to begin in 2019 but was delayed by the Houston-Galveston Area Council. Read about the project here.

New Sheldon ISD high school

Sheldon ISD is constructing a new high school with a football stadium in addition to other sports facilities at the intersection of Beltway 8 and Garrett Road. The facility is less than five miles from Summerwood.

The new school will replace the current C. E. King High School and serve as the district’s only high school when it opens in 2019.

Local legislators get committee assignments

Members of the Texas House of Representatives, including former Humble ISD board of trustee Dan Huberty, received their committee assignments for the legislative session. Huberty will serve as chairman of the Public Education Committee. See where all Houston area legislators will serve. 

FM 1960 Business construction ends

The Texas Department of Transportation completed construction on FM 1960 Business in Humble in early February, Public Information Officer Danny Perez said.

The $13.6 million project featured the resurfacing of FM 1960 Business west of Hwy. 59 in addition to construction of medians and sidewalks from Lee to Old Humble roads. The 8.2-mile project also included drainage and intersection upgrades.