What happened and how we're responding.

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Damage

City of Houston assessments and FEMA damage estimates of structures with damage:

Note: City damage assessments are still in progress and are estimated based on available data.

Estimated affected units: 311,859
Estimated single family units: 148,413
Estimated multi-family units: 163,446
Estimated affected addresses: 149,611

51.66

Average Inches of Rainfall in Houston during Harvey
(Source: National Weather Service)

36

Storm-related deaths in Harris County as of Sept. 27
(Source: Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences)

Response

911 and 311 calls received for rescues and to report flooding during the storm:



256,845

Volunteer hours logged on reportyourhours.com

37,000

Families sheltered in over 270 Red Cross and partner facilities
(Source: American Red Cross)

Debris Removal

Total debris collected by the City of Houston and contractors:

To report debris, call 311 or click here to submit an online request. (Please limit to 1 report per household)

FleetCubic Yards Collected to Date
City of Houston542,430
Contractors1,046,789
Total1,589,218


The total debris collected so far would fill 488 Olympic size swimming pools.

The total debris collected so far would fill 11,949 buses.

157 Trucks collecting debris today in Houston (Source: Solid Waste Management)

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