Shoreacres Citizen & Employee of the Year
of the Year
Council has announced Mike Fisco as their selection for
Citizen of the Year from among the numerous nominations they
received. Mr. Fisco, a resident on Shoreacres Blvd. is
recognized for his many valuable contributions to the City.
of the Year
Council has announced Robin Eldridge as their selection for
Employee of the Year. Ms. Eldridge has been on the City
staff since 1998. Robin is a key part of a small team of
employees who handle the day-to-day administrative affairs
of City Hall. She can be relied on to handle her many
responsibilities with a smile!
invited to join City Council in publicly recognizing our
Citizen & Employee of the Year at 7pm, Monday, April 25th
at City Hall.
Shoreacres Civic Association
to renew your SCA membership (or join for the first time).
Applications are available from Tracy Revak at 281.471.3425,
by e-mail ThreeTRs@aol.com or at City Hall.
The SCA is
looking for a few good new or used cinderblocks for a garden
project. Maybe you have a few left over from a project
around your house? Contact Tracy at
281.471.3425 or ThreeTRs@aol.com.
Lending a Helping Hand
based effort is underway to assist a long-time Shoreacres
resident whose home has fallen into serious disrepair. With
assistance of the City, faith-based charities, and local
volunteers we hope to see the exiting house demolished and
replaced with a modest home that will allow a good person to
remain one of our neighbors.
volunteers and serious donations (including in-kind
services) are needed to make this dream come true. Please
consider pitching in to help. Contact Mayor Nancy Edmonson
for more details at 281.471.2244 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Council to Discuss Storage
of Oversized Vehicles
about oversized vehicles stored on residential lots will be
discussed at the regular April 25th meeting of city council.
This dialogue may lead to the development of an ordinance
regulating the storage of large boats, trailers, trucks,
buses and/or motor homes. Your input is welcome and
Clean-Up Green-up –
Saturday, April 30th – 8am to 3pm
one more opportunity to participate in our Spring Clean-Up
Green-Up campaign. You trim and haul and we’ll grind and
mulch. Vegetation and limbs up to 6-inches in diameter can
be brought to the City’s yard just west of SH-146 (enter
north and before the RR tracks) between the hours of 8am and
3pm. A City crew will meet you there with heavy equipment to
unload and chip your limbs. Free mulch is even available for
your return trip!
Heron Park Is In Bloom !
has been professionally landscaped on the west side and in
the pond area. Both spots are in bloom with iris. Thanks to
all the volunteers who have worked hard at watering and
mulching the trails, Please remember that the park is using
6-inch diameter limbs 5-feet in length to border the trails.
Please do not dump plants, trees or branches at the park.
Any item, including limbs, must be received by a member of
the Parks Board, Heron Park Committee or the City’s Public
additional information please contact Mary Beth Maher at
281.4714145 or Tracy Revak at
x City Election – Saturday, May 7th – Vote
7am to 7pm
Shoreacres will elect three at-large aldermen (council
members) at the polls on Saturday, May 7th.
Voting will take place at City Hall, 601 Shoreacres Blvd.
from 7am until 7pm.
candidates appearing on the ballot are:
candidates on the ballot will include three
trustee positions and three San Jacinto College District