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Why You Should Sort Your Debris Bookmark

Why You Should Sort Your Debris
For many Precinct 4 residents whose homes flooded, cleanup began as soon as the waters receded and ended less than a week later with towering piles of debris stacked on the curb. Weeks later, most of that debris remains. Now that recovery is in full swing, county officials are requesting that residents begin sorting their debris to make the cleanup process speedier and more efficient. “In many homes, volunteers came and set all the debris out by the curb, and it’s too jumbled to separate. Don’t panic,” said Commissioner R. Jack Cagle. “The debris will still be picked up. The process will just be slower, as our contractors are going to have to sort it.

Public Storm Debris Drop-Off Site Opens in Precinct 4 Bookmark

Public Storm Debris Drop-Off Site Opens in Precinct 4
A new storm debris drop-off site opens in Precinct 4 Friday, Sept. 8 at 9 a.m. for residents in unincorporated Harris County. The Public Storm Debris Drop-Off Site is located at 13928 Humble Road in Tomball off Highway 249 and will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. throughout the flood recovery effort. Residents of unincorporated Harris County must provide proof of residency and accompany their load. For more information, call the Harris County Residential Debris and Damage Assessment Hotline at 713-274-3880. Debris should be separated...

Water Quality Testing Bookmark

Worried that Hurricane Harvey affected your drinking water? Harris County Public Health will begin free water quality testing onsite at four locations throughout Precinct 4 starting Wednesday, Sept. 6. The following facilities will be open for water quality testing Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.: