Commissioner Briones is committed to building sustainable, strategic, and sensible infrastructure. Precinct 4 will invest in communities equitably; adapt to be more resilient in the face of flooding, climate crises, and natural and manmade disasters; and constantly innovate to improve the quality of life for all residents.
At Precinct 4, our role is to maintain roads and preserve and create infrastructure that supports healthy, vibrant, and flourishing communities. We believe in sustainable, strategic, and sensible infrastructure that provides service for all people.
Our work for the community reflects these values:
Equity: every community and person in Harris County should receive equitable access to services that improve outcomes today and in the future.
Resilience: adapt our roads, bridges, and other infrastructure to better withstand the impact of disasters and other events that keep our communities from being safe, healthy, and connected.
Sustainability: build for the long-term while minimizing our impact on natural and cultural resources and give our residents the opportunity to lead lower carbon lifestyles.
Community support: engage our residents, municipal partners, and community organizations to ensure that investments are aligned with community values and priorities.
Healthy places and healthy buildings: make sure our projects enhance human health, wellness, and productivity.
Universal design: ensure access to our public spaces, streets, parks, and buildings for users of all abilities, ages, or other factors.