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Dear Residents,

This is a friendly reminder that City Hall will be closing on Wednesday, November 25 at noon and will reopen on Monday, November 30 at 7:00 a.m. for the Thanksgiving holidays.

Trash will not be collected on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 26.  Thursday’s trash will be picked up on Monday, November 30.

Construction is not allowed on Thanksgiving Day.

As with anytime City Hall is closed, please call City Hall at 713-467-9762 and press “9” to be connected to the Police Department if you have an emergency that cannot wait until City Hall reopens.  The Police Department can dispatch our staff.

Here’s wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving!

We are thankful for our great City and Residents!

Please stay safe and well,

Mayor Lord, the City Council and City Staff

P.S.  Save the Date for the “COVID Safe” Twinkle Light Parade – December 17th.  Email us to enter your Float!!!

We have all been feeling the stress of recent events (e.g., pandemic, election, finances, etc.).  Studies show how the holidays can provide even more additional stress.  We wanted to share some work provided by one of our Police Commissioners. He spent some time researching and identified professional mental healthcare services that are available for residents of Harris County and the Villages.  The following non-exhaustive list is offered:

  • "Harris County" - Offers local mental health care services that are available 24/7. Services can be accessed by dialing 211.
  • "Crisis Intervention" - Offers free confidential consultation (anonymous) crisis and suicide prevention 24 hours a day.  Call 832-416-1177.
  • "Chapelwood United Methodist Church" - Has a program called "Stephen Ministries".  They have 40 trained and certified members.  Stephen Ministries are lay congregation members trained to provide one-to-one care to those experiencing a difficult time in life, such as grief, divorce, job loss, chronic or terminal illness, or relocation.  They are local community members. Contact Pamela Moore, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 713- 354-4480.
  • "Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church" - Offers professional counseling to members and the community.  Individuals facing issues that may seem insurmountable like anger, anxiety, loneliness, guilt, low self-esteem.  They focus on teaching coping strategies.  Call 713-490-0931.
  • "National Suicide Prevention Lifeline" – Call 800-273-8255, 24/7.  They offer an Intensive Outpatient Treatment and Services. 

These five resources, in our area, provide tremendous support for anyone in crisis.  Additionally, more information about “Emotional Wellbeing During the COVID-19 Outbreak” may be found using the follow link:


Chief Ray Schultz shared that we have a great team of first responders, and we assist our employees with their mental healthcare as we realize that no one is immune. Mental healthcare is nothing to be afraid of and should not be kept in the shadows. Talk with your family about mental health and the challenges of today. Remember that help is only a phone call away whether it is one of the phone numbers above or call us at 713-365-3700, we do care.   Let’s get through this year, a vaccine is around the corner, the election season will pass, and the economy will rebound. Our parents and grandparents lived through the Great Depression and World War II and taught us how to get through tough times. This is our generation’s international crisis that we will defeat and come out as they did: better, stronger and even more resilient.

Donation Opportunities to benefit your community

Many residents have participated in the various donation programs that serve Bunker Hill Village:

Dedicate a Tree or a Bench to promote our beautiful City – The City has a “Dedication Program” called the "Arbor Tribute Walk" for the City to promote our beautiful city while remembering events or those dear to us.  The cost to dedicate a tree is $700 for a 30 gallon tree and $900 for a 45 gallon tree.  A bench is $ 1,200.  There are various locations for installation and plantings.  A dedication/memorial plaque is placed by the tree or bench.  Click here to join the dedication program.  

Memorial Villages First Responder Relief Fund – In recognition of the sacrifices that our first responders make on behalf of our Cities.  The fund was established and used as a result of Hurricane Harvey.   The fund remains in place to provide financial assistance to our first responders who find themselves the victims of and face emergency hardships as a result of natural disasters or emergencies.   The fund is a designated 501(c) 3.   Click here for more information.

Memorial Villages Police Officers Foundation – The MVPD Police Foundation is a 501(c)3 that consists of an Elected Board that include MVPD sworn and civilian personnel along with Village Residents. The MVPD Foundation is a benevolent group created to assist the department and personnel by providing personal assistance to staff and their families and supports the department by providing funding for social events, specialized equipment and training not covered by the cities.  Click here for more information.

Thank you for considering a donation!

Dear Residents,

Please click here to view our October newsletter with the latest City happenings. A hard copy was sent in your utility bill.


Stay well!

Thank you!

Karen Glynn, City Administrator

The current Consumer Confidence Water Report is available by clicking the link below.  This report summarizes the various laboratory analysis performed on the water as well as information on the sources of our water.  The report is for the most recent calendar year.


Bunker Hill is continuing to monitor the coronavirus situation as it unfolds.   I know there is alot of information available.  Please take the time to read below and understand how the City is operating during this time.  Vlinc serves as our best opporunity to contact our residents.  Please share with your neighbors and encourage all to sign up for vlinc.

Please click on the following to find out details on how Bunker Hill is handling the situation:


Please continue to following these steps to stay safe: 

  • Wear a mask
  • Frequently wash your hands
  • Cover your mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing (sneeze into a tissue and dispose)
  • Avoid Public Gatherings if possible
  • If you feel sick, call your personal physician. Please use 9-1-1 and emergency rooms only in the event of a true medical emergency.


For ongoing information, the following entities and websites provide excellent information:

Resources for Emotion Support

Memorial Villages Police Department

Village Fired Department

Spring Branch ISD

Harris County

Texas Medical Center

Texas Health and Human Services

Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Department of State Health Services


Bunker Hill Villages’ primary concern is the health and safety of its residents and our desire is solely to keep everyone as healthy as possible.

Thank you,

Karen Glynn

City Administrator

The City of Bunker Hill Village invites our residents to join us to participate in various City Opportunities.

Join our Boards, Commissions, and Committees

Learn what you can do for our City. 

Please see below to see openings we are working to fill: