5 things Cy-Fair residents should know for the week of Oct. 16

There are a number of clinics and urgent care center in the area providing discounted flu vaccines.

There are a number of clinics and urgent care center in the area providing discounted flu vaccines.


  1. Campaign finance reports have been filed by candidates.
    All opposed candidates in the Nov. 8 election are required to file a contributions and expenditures report 30 days before the election. We have these reports outlined for each candidate, including the elections for House District 135, House District 126, Harris County Sheriff and Precinct 3 commissioner.

  2. Vaccinations are offered in the midst of flu season.
    Flu season is approaching, and there are plenty of options to protect yourself against infectious germs that could get you sick. Check out our guide to where you can get flu shots in the area and where discounts are available.

  3. Jersey Village will host a public meeting for long-term flood recovery plan Tuesday night.
    The city of Jersey Village and Dannenbaum Engineering Corporation will host a public meeting Tuesday night to discuss plans for long-term flood recovery within city limits. Officials with Dannenbaum will make a formal presentation on the planning process and will be taking verbal and written comments from residents. The meeting will take place at the Jersey Village Civic Center at 16327 Lakeview Drive, Jersey Village, from 7-9 p.m.

  4. The Cy-Fair Houston Chamber of Commerce will host its monthly luncheon Tuesday.
    The Cy-Fair Houston Chamber of Commerce will host its monthly luncheon for business owners in Cy-Fair on Tuesday afternoon at the Berry Center, 8877 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress. This month's speaker is Seepla Keshvala, president of Lone Star College-CyFair, who will discuss the state of campus and provide updates on its ongoing initiatives.

  5. The October issue of Community Impact Newspaper will be in homes at the end of this week.
    The October issue of Community Impact Newspaper will be distributed to homes between Oct. 22-24. This month's paper is the first Cy-Fair edition to be printed at Community Impact's new printing press in Pflugerville. Inside, readers can find the 2016 Election Guide, profiles on local businesses and restaurants and more.