Hurricane Harvey: Helpful Information 9-1-17

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  • FEMA debris removal guidelines
  • Recent weather updates 
  • Emergency shelter information
  • Important phone numbers/FEMA
  • High water locations
  • Houston TranStar traffic map
  • Voluntary and mandatory evacuation areas 
  • HOW TO HELP at George R. Brown Convention Center: If you would like to donate, GRB is in need of blankets and clothes. More volunteers are needed, so click the link above to help if you feel like you are in a position to do so.  Please do not attempt to drive downtown if you are worried about your ability to get there safely.
  • HOW TO HELP through Team Rubicon: Help Team Rubicon deploy more veterans and first responders to Houston/Harvey-affected areas. Team Rubicon unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams. Visit Team Rubicon's website to find out how you can help with relief efforts. If you would like to donate, click here.
  • Other Resources Harris County - Office of Emergency Management 713-881-3100 713-884-4500

    Fort Bend - Office of Emergency Management 281-342-6185

    Houston American Red Cross 713-526-8300 866-526-8300

    Flood Control 713-684-4000

    Houston TranStar - Transportation and Emergency Services 713-881-3244

    Texas Emergency Assistance Hotline 877-541-7905

    Coast Guard - Houston 713-464-4854 Ext 55 Or 4855, 4856

    National Guard 713-578-3000

    For the latest on HEB grocery store closings and openings, follow @HEBPrepared@HEB and HEB Emergency Preparedness on Facebook. You can also see HEB's Hurricane Preparation Guide for the latest.


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