News Categories: Featured

Commissioner Cagle Opens New Cricket Fields

Harris County Precinct 4 opened three new cricket fields last week at John Paul Landing Park in Cypress, giving sports enthusiasts a place close to home to play one of the world’s most popular sports. Precinct 4 partnered with Triggers Colts Cricket League to plan and build the fields on vacant land at John Paul […]

November is Tree Planting Season

When the growing season winds down, Precinct 4’s Legacy Trees Project ramps up. Fall is officially tree-planting season in Texas and one of the busiest times of year for Laura Medick, who leads Precinct 4’s Legacy Trees Project. Medick brings historical, native, and orchard trees to public green spaces in neighborhoods, schools, and parks across […]

Blue Light Cemetery at Bear Creek Pioneers Park

If you think cemeteries are spooky, just imagine visiting one with glowing tombstones. Deep within Precinct 4’s Bear Creek Pioneers Park is a hidden cemetery known for the ghostly blue light that emanates from the graves in the moonlight. Known locally as the “Blue Light Cemetery,” the Hillendahl-Eggling Cemetery was founded by German immigrants in […]

Support Center for Victims of Violent Crime

Victims of violent crime now have more resources in their community. Commissioner R. Jack Cagle opened Precinct 4’s second Victim Support Service Center at Katy Christian Ministries on Monday. The center will serve as a convenient location close to home for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and other violent crimes to meet […]

Progress in Your Parks

From pickleball courts and cricket fields to new trails and amenities, Precinct 4 is making a lot of progress in your parks. We recently funded six new SPARK park projects for students and community members to enjoy at schools in Houston and Alief ISDs. Sinclair, Rodriguez, Memorial, Kennedy, Hearne, and Alexander elementary schools received a […]