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Dear Residents:


The City is working with our Public Safety Departments as well as the State and Local Entities in monitoring the potential storm.

Please continue to stay up to date in watching the local media.   Chief of Police, Ray Schultz will continue to be our point of contact for communications.  


Here are other helpful links:

Memorial Villages Police Department - Register for Updates

Village Fire Department 

Ready Harris - Harris County Emergnecy Information

CenterPoint Energy Links:


Here is a reminder and more details on emeregency needs: 

The City is providing the following information to help you prepare for hurricanes and major storms.   The City encourages everyone to continue to be vigilant and be aware of weather conditions through our local media.  Below is a quick short list to help with  your preparedness efforts:

1.  Sign up for our own Community Alert System - "V-LINC"  with the Memorial Villages Police Department.  Click here to access the V-LINC registration.  This is also a great opportunity to note any special needs that you may have for examply:   Additional Occupants, Elderly, Oxygen, Special Needs, etc.

2.  Add your account, address and contact information to received CenterPoint Energy's power alerts (click here).  You will need information found on your electricity bill.  Note:  Regardless of who you have as your energy provider, CenterPoint Engery is the responsible party for all power outages.  Their number is 713-207-2222.   CenterPoint has shared that they now have "smart meters" so they know when you loose power.   They also have an online Customer Outage Tracker which displays current outage locations and estimated times to restore power - visit their website at http://CenterPointEnergy.com/OutageTracker for more information.   You can sign up for this information with CenterPoint even if you have a different energy provider.  They can provide text messages to you and it is very helpful. 

3.  Replenish your disaster supply kit with important emergency supplies including a first aid kit, a NOAA Weather Radio or a battery-operated radio, flashlight, medication, non-perishable food items, and bottled water.

4.  Develop an emergency plan for communicating with family and friends. 

For more information about Hurricane Preparedness, please visit the National Hurricane Center website: http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/prepare/.

Coastal residents can find evacuation routes by visiting the TxDOT website: http://www.txdot.gov/inside-txdot/division/traffic/safety/weather/hurricane.html.

Thank you for taking this time to be  aware, prepared, and to help prevent and reduce loss of life and property.

Karen Glynn,  City Administrator

Dear Residents,

Please click here to view our August 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.

Chief of Police, Ray Schultz is handling messages to the public via vlinc.  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: 

  • 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 websites provide excellent information:









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:

City Council has adopted a resolution to Adopt Policies and Procedures for Notices and Grievances Under the Americans with Disabilities Act