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Disaster Recovery Centers Open in Harris, Jefferson, Chambers to Help Imelda Survivors

AUSTIN, Texas – Joint state/federal Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) and a Mobile DRC will be opening Saturday, October 19 and Sunday, October 20 in Harris, Jefferson, and Chambers County to help disaster survivors affected by Tropical Storm Imelda.

 

Centro de Recuperaciόn por Desastre abre en el condado de Montgomery and Liberty

AUSTIN, Texas – Los Centros de Recuperaciόn del estado de Texas/FEMA abrirán el miercόles octubre 16, 2019 en New Caney (condado de Montgomery) y Liberty (condado de Liberty) para ayudar a sobrevivientes afectado por la tormenta Tropical Imelda.

 

Penn State-Berks students help Orange County kids recover during Camp Noah

AUSTIN, Texas More than two years after Hurricane Harvey hit the Gulf Coast, some children in Orange County are still struggling as they try to deal with loss and change. To help combat these feelings and prepare children for future events, Orange County Disaster Rebuild, a long-term recovery group, sponsored Camp Noah at the North Orange Baptist Church this summer.

 

Texans Should Beware of Fraud, Scams Following Tropical Storm Imelda

AUSTIN, Texas – State and federal disaster recovery officials urge Texans affected by Tropical Storm Imelda to watch for and report

Disaster Recovery Centers Opening in Montgomery and Liberty Counties

AUSTIN, Texas – Joint state/federal Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) will be opening Wednesday, October 16 at New Caney in Montgomery County and Thursday, October 17 at Liberty in Liberty County to help disaster survivors affected by Tropical Storm Imelda.

 

Disaster Recovery Center Opens in Orange County to Help Imelda Survivors

AUSTIN, Texas – A joint state/federal Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) will be opening Monday, Oct. 14, in Orange County to help disaster survivors affected by Tropical Storm Imelda.

 

Texas TS Imelda Survivors Can Expect to See FEMA Teams Visiting Their Neighborhoods

AUSTIN, Texas – Housing inspectors and Disaster Survivor Assistance teams from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) have hit the streets in six Texas counties to help survivors of Tropical Storm Imelda get connected with potential assistance.

 

Exploration Green evita inundaciones, realza la comunidad del área de Houston

Un antiguo campo de golf es ahora un innovador parque diseñado para contener 500 millones de galones de agua de lluvia

 

AUSTIN, Texas — El huracán Harvey inundó miles de hogares en Texas en agosto 2017, pero alrededor de 150 en la Ciudad de Clear Lake se mantuvieron secos gracias a la innovadora colaboración entre la autoridad de agua local y la comunidad.

 

Exploration Green prevents flooding, enhances Houston-area community

A former golf course is now an innovative park designed to hold 500 million gallons of stormwater

 

AUSTIN, Texas — Hurricane Harvey flooded thousands of Texas homes in August 2017, but about 150 in Clear Lake City stayed dry because of an innovative collaboration between the local water authority and the community.

 

Texas Floods Prompt Insurance Claims: What to Expect after Imelda

AUSTIN, Texas –– Texas residents with National Flood Insurance Program policies are beginning to file claims for damages caused by Tropical Storm Imelda. Statewide, residents have filed nearly 10,200 flood insurance claims since Sept. 17, the day the storm made landfall. Policy holders should follow these steps:

 

Immediately following flood damage: