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Come take a walk on the City’s new Nature Trail
The John Hargrove Environmental Complex trail located at 5800 Magnolia Road is now open. The grant-funded project includes a 1.7-mile recreational nature trail, sidewalk connections, trailhead signage and nine additional parking spaces at the Stella Roberts Recycling Center.
Project construction began in December 2015 with trail subgrade preparation and drainage designed to ensure the trail is stable and sustainable for many years.
For more information, log on to pearlandtx.gov.
Old Town Site “Quiet Zone” in effect
Old Town Site may be quieter than you remember as Quiet Zones are now in effect. The Quiet Zone, established by the Federal Railroad Administration, states that locomotive horns are not required within highway-rail grade crossings equipped with Supplemental Safety Measures or Alternative Safety Measures or crossings that have a Quiet Zone Risk Index at or below the Nationwide Significant Risk Threshold. Read more on Quiet Zones on the City’s website.
Safe Exchange Zone initiative aims to keep residents safe
The City of Pearland is now offering a secure location for Pearland residents to help ensure and enhance their safety and to minimize the opportunity for an encounter to go wrong for internet-based purchases from websites such as Craigslist and eBay.
This initiative attempts to address safety and awareness concerns. Visit the Police Department webpage to read more.
Delores Fenwick Nature Center design moves forward
Design will soon be underway for the Delores Fenwick Nature Center, an educational facility coming to the John Hargrove Environmental Center.
The complex, located at 5800 Magnolia, houses the Stella Roberts Recycling Center, John Hargrove Environmental Center and the newly completed nature trail system. Read more on the the facility.
Do your part to help reduce pollutants
The City’s Stormwater Management Plan deals with ways to improve its surface water quality through the use of various Best Management Practices.
Residents can help to reduce chemical, biological and physical pollutants from the ground and storm sewer system by employing the practices used by the City.
Learn how you can help at pearlandtx.gov/stormwater.