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Project Update - June 15, 2018


Taylorcrest Road is Closed for Vehicles and Pedestrians

June 2018 to Mid - August 2018

 The City of Bunker Hill has begun a major drainage project.  The first phase includes work on Taylorcrest Road.  

NOTE:  All vehicular and pedestrian traffic on Taylorcrest Road is impacted

Vehicular traffic on Taylorcrest is impacted from June to August, 2018 from Bunker Hill Road (North to I-10) to Bunker Hill Road (South to Memorial Drive).   This timeframe was selected to accommodate the school schedule for Bunker Hill Elementary School.  Click Here for the traffic plan.

Both lanes are closed during construction hours.  Westbound traffic is open on weekends and late evenings.

Pedestrian traffic is NOT allowed at all times in this area as all work is being constructed under the existing sidewalk.

Please follow the detour routes along Knipp Road.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.



The City and Memorial Villages Police Department are hosting Women’s Self Defense Classes 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.            

The June class is now full.  There is one more summer class planned.

This is a great class and opportunity for young women going off to College (and their Moms) so save the dates:


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

                   Time: 10am-2pm


Contact:      Officer Michelle Owens

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to reserve your spot!

Class sizes are limited.

There is no charge to attend.

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 remind you and share the information that was received from CenterPoint Energy for Hurricane Preparedness and also, good tips year round.

Power loss and trees provide challenges after storms.  We  work hard to learn, improve, and be prepared should we have future experiences.