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Harvey by the Numbers

As Harvey ravaged the Houston area, City departments responded to help meet the needs of residents. As Houston recovers, the City is working to help get Houston back to business. Chart the response and recovery through interactive maps at houstonrecovers.org/numbers/

"Our city has experienced historic devastation with Hurricane Harvey, but it has also shown us the best in humanity. Throughout Houston's history, we have faced challenges, and built a city that is even better, and more resilient. This time is no different. Working together, neighbor helping neighbor, Houston will emerge better than it was before."

Mayor Sylvester Turner

Sylvester Turner, Mayor of Houston

Looking for information on previous disasters, such as the grant opportunities from FEMA for flood mitigation?  Visit  houstonrecovers.org/mitigation.

City Updates

SNAP, D-SNAP benefits to double at farmers’ markets sponsored at five multi-service centers - People receiving SNAP and D-SNAP benefits can now buy double the amount of fresh fruits and vegetables at farmers’ markets …
City of Houston Recovery Update 10/13/2017 - First Round of Debris Cleanup Completed The City of Houston Solid Waste Management Department has completed the first round of …
Storm Debris Collection - Remove Vehicles for Storm Debris Collection The City of Houston Solid Waste Management Department is asking residents to remove all …
First Pass Debris Collection Substantially Complete - October 11, 2017 – With the removal of more than 1 million cubic yards of Hurricane Harvey debris, The City …
Getting Repair Permits from the Houston Permitting Center - The Houston Permitting Center would like to offer homeowners a few safety and repair tips for storm recovery (Repair Brochure: English | Español). AVOID SCAMS …
City of Houston Recovery Update, Thursday, October 5, 2017 - Satellite Permitting Centers Open to Speed Up Repair Process The City of Houston has taken steps to speed up the …
Local Relief Fund Announces First Grants for Services to Flood Victims - HOUSTON - The Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund today announced today its first round of grants totaling $7.55 million to 28 experienced, …
Durable Medical Equipment and Assitive Technology Replacement - Impacted by Harvey and Need Durable Medical Equipment (DME) or Assistive Technology (AT)? Information provided by the Mayor's Office for …
Unusually High Water Bills - The City of Houston and Houston Public Works take seriously the fact that some properties affected by flooding have received …
Next Steps: Rebuilding Small Businesses After Harvey | September 30, 10am -4pm - Educational workshops educating small business owners on how best to navigate the recovery. ----- Small business owners affected by Hurricane …

Partner Updates

Free Repair and Rebuilding Advice Available in Harris, Jefferson, Matagorda, Nueces and Refugio Counties - AUSTIN, Texas – Texas residents who experienced damage caused by Hurricane Harvey and subsequent flooding can get free advice on …
Free Repair, Rebuilding Advice at Ace Hardware Store in Harris County - AUSTIN, Texas – Texas residents who experienced damage caused by Hurricane Harvey and subsequent flooding can get free advice on …
Deadline for Governmental Jurisdictions and Private Nonprofits to Request Reimbursement for Public Infrastructure Repair Is Oct. 31 - AUSTIN, Texas – Local, state and nonprofit agencies and organizations in Texas seeking reimbursement for Hurricane Harvey expenses have until …
FEMA Fact Sheet: Immediate Disaster Case Management Available to Texas Hurricane Survivors - Survivors can receive free guidance from disaster case managers on how best to recover from Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath, …
Texas GLO Signs Agreement Negotiated for Disaster Assistance with FEMA - Launches informational website - www.TexasRebuilds.com - for both individuals & local government officials PRESS RELEASE — Sep 23, 2017 AUSTIN …
Hurricane Harvey Survivors Still Needing Hotel Stays Get Extension - Some Hurricane Harvey survivors who need more time to find housing are getting an extension to stay temporarily in hotels …
FEMA Fact Sheet: Don’t Wait. Clean Up as Soon as Possible - If your home was flooded after Hurricane Harvey, you should clean up as soon as possible. Do not wait for …
SBA | Fact Sheet: Disaster Loans - TX_15274_Fact_Sheet_Amend_4 (Presidential)b
Getting Disaster Help From SBA - WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW SBA offers federal low-interest disaster loans to businesses of all sizes, most private nonprofit organizations, …