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Disaster Recovery
Forty Pasadena residents came out to learn more about the planned widening and deepening of the Armand Bayou watershed at a public meeting hosted by Harris County Flood Control District. The residents learned about the specific channel widening planned for the area as well as hearing a brief overview of the history of the Harris...
A multitude of health resources were available to the residents from around Harris County who came out to a health fair hosted by World Harvest Church. There were opportunities for the attendees to benefit from a free dental and vision exam in addition to health screenings and advice on healthy living. Attendees were even able...
Bay Area Community Center in Seabrook hosted their quarterly Lunch and a Movie event attended by 100 people on Friday featuring the holiday favorite Polar Express. We spoke about the program to 10 individuals and passed out flyers to each table with more information about the program and the nearest intake centers. In addition to...
Nearly 200,000 new residents now have access to public transportation in eastern portions of Harris County, thanks to $3.8 million Harvey Disaster Recovery money. Harris County Transit will expand its existing bus service to some of the communities hardest hit by floodwaters from the hurricane.
Football playoffs are in full swing in Texas and teams are battling it out to see who will advance. Spring Westfield High School, a school located in Precinct 4, played against Guyer High School at Sheldon ISD’s stadium located in Precinct 1. Although both teams fought valiantly, Guyer came out on top with the victory....
The annual Tomball German Christmas Market kicked off in Tomball on Friday. This is a holiday tradition in northeast Harris County for everyone to come out and enjoy food, carnival rides, and find special gifts for the Christmas season. Plenty of bands and performers were also on hand to keep the crowd entertained while they...
BakerRipley teamed up with Project Recovery Harvey to share information about the program at the BakerRipley Member Turkey Giveaway attended by 100 community members. Attendees received a turkey with all the fixings just in time to prepare a delicious Thanksgiving dinner. Three BakerRipley intake specialists were on hand to help do intake for individuals in...
Harris County Precinct 1 Commissioner Rodney Ellis and his office organized a community forum for his constituents to come out and learn about the goings-on in the precinct and to learn about the resources available to help them. This included a panel of experts from local Harris County agencies including Harris County Flood Control, Harris...
As of 11/22/19, the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) will be open for those individuals impacted by Tropical Storm Imelda at the Marriot Courtyard Kingwood, 130 Northpark Plaza Dr., Kingwood, TX 77339. The center will be open until 12/4/2019. Their hours are Monday to Saturday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Project Recovery was privileged to be invited to another Harris County Public Health Mobile Health Village event attended by 400 community members at the North Shore Rotary Pavilion in northeast Harris County. This fun event was a perfect opportunity to learn about ways to stay healthy from mosquito prevention to healthy eating. We were stationed...
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