(713) 467-9762

The City and Memorial Villages Police Department are hosting a Women’s Self Defense Class for Bunker Hill Residents. MVPD Officer Michelle Owens has been trained in the internationally respected Rape Aggression Defense Systems Program (R.A.D.) and is ready to help our female residents remain safe.  Click here to learn more about this program.           

Our First Class Has Been Set:

Location:    Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church

                   11612 Memorial Drive Houston, Tx. 77024

Dates:         April 24th – 26th (Tuesday - Thursday)

                   10:00 AM-2:00 PM

Contact:      Officer Michelle Owens

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Class sizes are limited.

There is no charge to attend.


There are also two summer classes planned. This is a great class and opportunity for young women going off to College (and their Moms) so save the dates:

                   Date: June 12, 13, and 14 – Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church

                   Time: 10am-2pm

                   Date: July 24,  25 and 26 – Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church

                   Time: 10am-2pm

New Solid Waste and Recycling Service Provider

March 19, 2018

Meet Texas Pride Disposal


Please contact the City with any concerns before March 19th:

713 - 467 - 9762


If you have any problems after March 19th,

please call 281 – 342-8178 or email

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Republic Services requested the City of Bunker Hill Village to allow the transfer of our Solid Waste and Recycling Contract to Texas Pride Disposal. Republic Services is getting out of the “back door” – “visible from the street” service. The change is planned for March 19, 2018.


The City has met with Texas Pride Disposal and feels confident that this change will be seamless and residents will still have excellent solid waste and recycling services. In fact, the current Republic Services Employees for our area will actually remain in the area and become Texas Pride Employees. Texas Pride is training with Republic Services as the change approaches.


Trash and recycling days will remain the same. In addition, Texas Pride will continue utilizing our existing recycling carts. The main change will be the color of the trucks … you can expect to see black and white Texas Pride Trucks once the change happens.


Click Here for more information about Texas Pride and our services.

Thank you!

We are very pleased to share that the Memorial Villages First Responders Fund has been approved as a 501 (c) (3) by the Internal Revenue Service. This confirms that all dollars donated are tax deductible.

Go back to the home page to donate!

Dear Residents:
We wanted to share some information that was received from CenterPoint Energy. All of the Villages met with CenterPoint to discuss our Hurricane Preparedness. Power loss and trees provided our biggest challenge after Hurricane Ike. We have all worked to learn, improve, and be prepared should we have another experience in the future.