City of Houston programs

Explore Houston-area discounts for City of Houston employees, coupled with an empowering Wellness Program promoting healthier choices for employees and spouses, while emphasizing a safety campaign aimed at zero accidents, injuries, and compromises.

ZIP, or "Zero is Possible," is a safety campaign implemented by the City of Houston, aiming to cultivate a culture of safety awareness and mindset among employees, with the ultimate objective of achieving zero accidents, zero injuries, and zero safety compromises in the workplace.
Discover the latest wellness updates and events tailored for City of Houston employees, as the COH Wellness Program strives to empower employees and their families towards optimal well-being through better health choices, with the Wellness Team providing diverse programs and services to facilitate healthy living.
City of Houston employees have the opportunity to benefit from discounts specifically tailored for them, providing savings on a variety of experiences across the Houston area, instead of paying the full cost for event tickets and local attractions.

Benefits Pulse

Discover health and benefits news for City of Houston employees and retirees View the latest articles

Spot-on decision: a skin cancer story

Spot-on decision: a skin cancer story

The heart attack came out of nowhere’

Former City of Houston Liaison Rick Dickson suffered a heart attack four years ago. He is certain that a reading from the pocket-sized pulse Oximeter he purchased at a local pharmacy is the reason he is alive today.

The heart attack came out of nowhere’

The cruel mystery of a silent and invisible disease

The uncertainty of a silent disease can be overwhelming. That’s why Ramona Smith manages her lupus one day at a time.

The cruel mystery of a silent and invisible disease

The Combined Municipal Campaign

The Combined Municipal Campaign (CMC) enables city employees to showcase their commitment to the community by contributing to causes related to environmental preservation, health, and social welfare issues that impact Houston residents.

With our Bright Funds platform, the CMC is now accessible year-round for you to make or revise your donations.
CMC fundraising is year-round now so be on the lookout for emails detailing department CMC teams' upcoming fundraising and volunteering events.
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Visit the CMC website to stay updated on news, events, and upcoming activities scheduled throughout the year, offering opportunities for city employees to engage with community-driven initiatives and support various causes.
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The City of Houston hosts several events to celebrate Public Service Recognition Week, celebrated the first week of May to honor our government employees and promote public service careers.

COH Employee News Channel

Our Team

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Leslie Denton-Roach
Internal Communications Manager
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Internal Communications Supervisor
Nichole Robinson
HR Webmaster
Jennifer Cobb
Senior Communications Specialist

Submissions for employee spotlight features and any news and recognition relevant to city employees are welcome.

Please submit story ideas to our HR Communications team.

Sonyia Graham
Administrative Coordinator
Mack Petter
Senior Graphic Designer
Pete Mayes
Senior Communications Specialist
Victor Varela
Senior Communications Specialist