Tomball residents will soon have new options to enhance their workout routine through a
partnership with Harris County Precinct 4 and the City of Tomball.
In February, Precinct 4 will begin hosting new Zumba and dance classes for those 18 and
older at the Tomball Community Center, located at 221 Market Street in Tomball, 77375.
Rainbow trout are now available at three Harris County Precinct 4 parks. Harris County
Precinct 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle’s Parks Department, in coordination with the Texas
Parks & Wildlife Department, provided the lakes at Bane and Meyer parks with approximately
2,000 rainbow trout each and Burroughs Park with another 3,000 trout Friday, Jan. 16. This
annual trout-stocking program, which began in 1966, is supported equally by the sale of Texas
Freshwater Fishing Licenses and Harris County Precinct 4.
An award-winning Precinct 4 thoroughfare that helps improve water quality and saves taxpayer money is serving as the model for eco-friendly roadways locally and across the nation.
Spanning nearly one mile between Cypresswood Drive and Spring Creek Drive in northern Harris County, Birnamwood Drive opened in 2012 as Harris County’s first roadway built using low-impact design (LID) principles to manage storm water runoff.