Hurricane Harvey has had a tremendous impact on many of our employees and their families. We have included the following resources to assist you during this time and will update this page as information becomes available.
Harvey Recovery Fair (November 4th in the Atascocita Area)
Hurricane Harvey Resource List
Harris County Housing and Community Resource Center
Harris County Recovery Network
Harris County Flood Control District Information
Harris County Residential Debris & Damage Assessment Hotline
Harris County Homeland Security and Emergency Management
F.E.M.A. Disaster Notice
U.S. Department of the Interior
IRS Tax Relief Extension
American Red Cross
Post Harvey Health and Flood Recovery Recommendations
Harvey Recovery Resource Guide
The Internal Revenue Service has announced that 401(k)s and similar employer-sponsored retirement plans can make loans and hardship distributions to victims of Hurricane Harvey and members of their families. You can find more information here: https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/retirement-plans-can-make-loans-hardship-distributions-to-victims-of-hurricane-harvey
EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Harris County Employee Assistance Program
The Crisis and Disaster Resources are available for those affected by Hurricane Harvey, including information on shelters, F.E.M.A., disaster assistance, ways to volunteer, legal assistance, road closures, and other emergency information.
This website may have information too: https://www.texastribune.org/2017/08/28/hurricane-harvey-relief-efforts-how-help/
A current list of shelters can be found here: http://readyharris.org/News-Information/Ready-Harris-News/Post/26848
There are currently 6 shelters open, including NRG and GRB. NRG currently has more than 2,617 guests, 108 volunteers and 170 law enforcement officers. NRG is also the location for the bulk goods distribution.
FLOODWATER SAFETY and DEBRIS PICKUP
We're reminding the public that it is important to stay out of flood waters whenever possible.
- Debris that cannot be seen and can injure you
- Wild animals, snakes, floating fire ants
- Downed power lines that can cause electrocution
- Pollutants from runoff
Residents should wash their hands frequently and clean all items that touch flood waters thoroughly.
For information on debris pickup, contact the Harris County Debris Hotline at 713-274-3880.
For information on cleaning and storm recovery, please visit Harris County Public Health: https://publichealth.harriscountytx.gov/Resources/2017-Hurricane-Harvey
UNSAFE WATER NOTICES
Unsafe Water Notices
Residents Aldine Meadows Water System
Residents Fatima Family Village Water System
Residents McGee Place Water System
Residents SRC Water Supply/Lass Water Company (Sellers Estates)
Residents UV6 Water System
Residents Bentwood Estates Mobile Home Park, 2719 3rd St. Huffman, TX 77336
Residents Brittmore Utility Company Water System
Residents Kenwood Subdivision Water System
Residents North Woods Estates Water System
Residents Redwood Estates Mobile Home Park Water System
Residents Pine Trails Utility Company Inc. Water System
Residents Windwood Water System
Residents Associated Supply Company Water System
Residents Red Dot South RV Park Water System
Residents Alton Theiss Subdivision Water System
Residents Boudreaux Gardens Water System
Residents Hunter's Village Water System
Residents House Corral Street Water System in Pinehurst, TX 77362
- Disinfect water used for drinking (including for your pets), cooking, brushing teeth, rinsing contact lenses, shaving and making ice. Use one of the following methods:
- Boiling. Boil water for two (2) minutes after it reaches a full rolling boil.
- Chlorine Bleach. Use only unscented liquid chlorine bleach. If water is clear, add 2 drops of bleach per quart of water (8 drops per gallon). If water is cloudy, add 4 drops of bleach per quart of water (16 drops per gallon). Mix well and let stand 30 minutes before using.
- Purification Tablets. These are available at drug stores or camping outlets. Follow the directions on the package. If tablets are over a year old, replace them or throw them away.
- Bottled water. Use only water from bottles that have a sealed top.
- Continue disinfecting the water until you are notified the water is safe!
When it is no longer necessary to boil the water, the water system officials will notify you that the water is safe for consumption. Instructions to discontinue boiling will be issued in the same manner as this notice. If you have any questions regarding this matter, please call your local water company.
All food donations should be taken to the Houston Food Bank: 535 Portwall Street, Houston, Texas, 77029.
Monetary donations are being accepted online:
Monetary donations and goods can be coordinated through:
9-1-1, 3-1-1, and 2-1-1
For 9-1-1 calls, we are advising the public to:
- Call 2-1-1 for help finding community and social services, such as food, housing, health clinics, and counseling services. The 2-1-1 Texas/United Way HELPLINE is free and available 24-7 in many languages. 2-1-1 is our community's go-to resource in times of disaster and every day. It is available across the state of Texas and in many other states.
- 3-1-1 is the number to call for municipal information from the City of Houston. Call 3-1-1 for help with the things like sewer concerns, pothole problems, and neighborhood complaints.