At their Tuesday, Sept. 6, regular meeting, Missouri City Councilmembers approved the Finance & Services Committee’s recommendation to place a proposed tax rate of $0.56010 per $100 valuation on the Monday, Oct. 3, regular meeting agenda at 7 p.m. at City Hall. The rate exceeds the lower of the effective or rollback tax rate, and […]
Sep 13 2016 | Posted in Missouri City
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New location will expand on services already offered in fast-growing Fort Bend County Sienna Plantation Clinic opened recently at 7010 Highway 6, Missouri City, near the Oilfield Road/Lake Olympia Parkway intersection. The $9-million investment will grow the clinic’s footprint in Fort Bend County. Kelsey-Seybold – Sienna Plantation Clinic, a one-story, 23,800-square-foot medical office building, is […]
By Joe Southern email@example.com Have you ever wished you could cast your cares adrift and live stress-free, even for a minute? ReConnect Chiropractic and Holistic Center in Missouri City allows you to do just that. Although only open since March, clients at ReConnect have been taking advantage of their new Float Pod to disconnect from […]
Missouri City, AccessHealth and Fort Bend County are hosting a Back-to-School Health Fair from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Aug. 13, at the Fort Bend County Annex Complex, 307 Texas Pkwy. Continuing a long-standing partnership, city staff will join Fort Bend County and AccessHealth again this year to host the free annual health fair […]
The Woman’s Club of Missouri City (WCMC) celebrated its 60th Anniversary on May 2 by receiving a proclamation from Missouri City Mayor Allen Owen and ended the year on a high note May 3 in the fellowship hall of The First Methodist Church of Missouri City. The time-honored organization awarded five scholarships to deserving Missouri […]
By Theresa D. McClellan For the Star With the bodies of civilians and police officers mounting in the streets and the growing rhetoric, animosity and war of words exchanged in social media causing more separation, one former Fort Bend County man now living in Dallas said he had to do something to spark change. “All […]
In celebrating their 60th anniversary as Missouri City’s oldest social service organization, the Women’s Club of Missouri City honored members who have been active 30 or more years. Pictured here are Virginia Hodges, member 36 years; Charlotte Etgen, 31 years; Mary Burger, 40 years; Shirley Renfrow, 33 years and Jane Thompson, 37 years. (Not pictured is […]
The staff and congregation of Heritage Baptist Church are working together to prepare a free, fun and meaningful event that will allow the children of Missouri City and surrounding communities who have completed Kindergarten through 5th grade, to hear the gospel of Christ and celebrate his love for us. Vacation Bible School will be held […]
Jul 6 2016 | Posted in Missouri City
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Clifford Newton, left and Amanda Weldon view the street flooding in Missouri City, On Hampton Street, Wednesday, June 1st, 2016. The flooding caused by storm drains unable to handle the rain water runoff backed up and flooded streets.
Someone placed a lifejacket on a statue of a boy in Sienna Plantation that was partially submerged by floodwaters from the Brazos River recently.