Extensive demographic information on SuperNeighborhood 22 is available in the Shell Center for Sustainability newly released comprehensive report on Houston communities.

The Super Neighborhood 22 Council  is comprised of one to two representatives from each of its constituent civic club members.

SN22 Meetings are open to the public.

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Washington Avenue Coalition/Memorial Park -- by Kamran Rosen, March 23, 2015  nerdwallet.com
"Historic, yet attractive to young residents: That’s the winning combination that makes the Washington Avenue/Memorial neighborhood another top spot for millennials. A young population calls this place home: 40% of residents are age 20 to 34, and the unemployment rate of 2.99% is one of the lowest in the city. Population growth stands at 18.85%, the fourth highest in the city.

One of the first super neighborhood councils established by the City of Houston in March 2000, SN22 includes the Washington Avenue Corridor and Memorial Park between White Oak and Buffalo Bayous in Houston, Texas USA.

The SN22 Council serves as a forum where residents and stakeholders can discuss and develop a super neighborhood action plan (SNAP) for community improvements.

The Super Neighborhood 22 Council meets on the third Thursday of each month from 6:30 PM until 8:30 PM. Our meeting venue for 2016 is the MECA auditorium in the Old Sixth Ward's historic Dow School building located at 1900 Kane St, Houston, TX 77007.