AUSTIN – Texas Health and Human Services announced today that Harvey victims will have three additional days to apply for D-SNAP at a site in Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis’ Precinct One as the state begins to ramp down its post-Harvey program for disaster food relief.
Precinct One community engagement team members started a door-to-door campaign this week to assess the needs of residents in areas severely impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
Four buildings at Precinct One’s Sheldon Sports Complex will be closed at least 90 days while workers remediate mold caused by Hurricane Harvey flooding.
A small section of the 326-acre Challenger Seven Memorial Park, including the lake, opened to the public Wednesday, but the rest remains closed for safety concerns until workers remove storm debris.
Harris County Precinct One has re-opened most of its 27 parks with the exception of Sheldon Sports Complex, Challenger Seven Memorial, Frankie Carter Randolph and Tom Bass III.
All but one of Harris County Precinct One parks, which have been shuttered since Hurricane Harvey struck late July 25, will be open for the Labor Day weekend.
Harris County Precinct One crews have been crisscrossing the Precinct assisting in evacuations, delivering supplies to shelters and working on other efforts as part of the long recovery from the historic flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey.
Harris County Precinct One offices, centers, parks and other facilities will be closed until Sept. 5 due to historic flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey.
Harris County Precinct One offices, centers, parks and other facilities will be closed Monday, Aug. 28 due to widespread flooding caused by Tropical Storm Harvey.
All Precinct One parks and community centers closed Friday, Aug. 25 in preparation for flooding that’s predicted after Hurricane Harvey makes landfall.