Harvey Recovery

Tips for reducing flood losses

Harvey came onshore as a Category 4 Hurricane, devastating enormous portions of Texas in late August of 2017. As efforts shift from rescue and evacuation to recovery and evaluation, we know that you have a lot of questions. We want to help you get through this difficult time by providing you all the resources and tools that you will need, but if you need assistance, we urge you to call and let us help you through this difficult time.

Emergency: Dial 9-1-1
Non-emergency assistance from police dispatch: (832) 595-3700
General questions (if you’re not sure who to call): (832) 595-3300
Code Enforcement and Permitting: (832) 595-3500
CenterPointe Energy: (800) 752-8036
Transportation Routes and Road Concerns: http://fbcoem.org/fort-bend-county-road-closures/

Missing Pets (Source – Texas Tribune): Lost Dogs of Texas is maintaining several active Facebook pages documenting pets they’ve found amid the storm. Here is some information (with photos included) in the Houston area https://www.facebook.com/hurricaneharveypetshouston/

Mosquitos The City will be spraying twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays to help control mosquitoes, who thrive in standing water. Residents within City limits may call (832) 595-3300 or come to City Hall at 2110 4th Street to pick up free mosquito dunks.

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Remembering Harvey: Day-to-Day updates on Hurricane Harvey as it happened, including maps, evacuation orders, and helpful links.