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Precinct 4's Role in Debris Removal Bookmark

Precinct 4's Role in Debris Removal
You've pulled out your carpet, removed ruined drywall, and discarded water-logged appliances. Now, where do you put your debris? As part of flood recovery efforts, Precinct 4's Road & Bridge crews will remove debris from affected areas in Precinct 4. While this may not occur for weeks, residents can take steps now to make debris removal faster in the future. To qualify for debris removal, you will need to follow directions to help the cleanup effort run smoothly. First, residents should know the debris removal

Financial Assistance Bookmark

Financial Assistance
For anyone underinsured or uninsured, offers grants for home repairs or replacement of personal property, low-interest loans to cover residential losses not covered by insurance, rental payments for temporary housing, unemployment payments, and other disaster-related expenses. If you do not have internet access, you can call 1-800-621-FEMA (3362).

Beginning Cleanup Bookmark

Beginning Cleanup
The worst of Hurricane Harvey’s impacts are over for many Precinct 4 residents, but recovery is only just beginning. Many Texans watched flood waters overwhelm their homes and escaped with only the bare necessities or nothing at all. As the waters continue to recede, many have already started thinking about cleaning up. Is anything salvageable? If you act fast, there may be a chance. Try to return to your home during the daytime to avoid turning on lights in case your electrical system has been compromised.