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ESHA Quarterly Meetings
7:00 PM

Previous: Tuesday, January 9, 2024

Rescheduled due to inclement weather!

New date: Tuesday, April 16, 2024
Location: Dan Electros' Guitar Bar
Outside Garden

Tuesday, July 9, 2024
Location: TBD

Tuesday, October 8, 2024
Location: TBD

National Night Out
Location and Date TBD

Do you have suggestions for topics or ideas for meetings? Concerns about issues in the neighborhood? Submit them here:

ESHA Suggested Topics Form


We are a vibrant neighborhood located just inside the 610 North Loop.

Last Update: April 15, 2024

Membership Information Below

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East Sunset Heights is located in the City of Houston, District H.

District H is represented by Houston City Council Member 

You can subscribe to the District H Newsletter through this QR Code or link.
District H Newsletter Sign-Up



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Why Should I Become a Member?

Answer: Memberships help support the neighborhood, they are way to get involved, and a way to feel a sense of community with your neighbors!  Be "in the know" by checking the website regularly, attending quarterly meetings, and meeting neighbors. Membership will also provide you with voting rights when we make decisions as an association and with the association's funds. 

Memberships must be active 30 days before a Quarterly Meeting to be a voting member or to become an elected member per bylaws.

How do I become a member and how much does it cost?

Step 1 - Complete a New Member or Renewal Form to start the membership process. 

Membership Form Link 

Step 2 - Purchase a membership level.

Online via Square - Membership Options Linked

Online memberships renew yearly until canceled.  

Personal Check

Mail a check for desired membership to:  


c/o Michael Leerssen

908 E 23rd St.

Houston, TX 77009  

Please include the your home address and contact information for receipt.

Make checks payable to: East Sunset Heights Association

(A receipt will be provided and membership confirmed upon receipt)


We accept cash memberships at Quarterly Meetings and neighborhood events, such as National Night Out

How are ESHA funds used?

Answer: Social events that build a sense of community, including costs associated with the National Night Out, the Holiday Party, and the Annual BBQ at the Rose Garden. Neighborhood improvement projects: We are also actively engaged in the Heights Transit Center Park that is under development.  (Yet to be officially named)

Additional donations are graciously accepted! Please contact us at  

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