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The Greater Houston 2021 Winter Storm Relief Fund has been established at http://www.winterstormrelieffund.org/

 

For Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) updates, go to https://houstonemergency.org/covid19 or https://www.houstontx.gov/covid19recovery/ for information.

 

REPORT HOME DAMAGE ... Houstonians can submit damages via the following "Personal Property Damage Reporting" forms: English - http://bit.ly/DamageReportEn or Español - http://bit.ly/DamageReportES ... Affected residents are urged to report severe winter weather damage to their homes. This will help the City of Houston provide an accurate summary of affected structures, which is required for the City and State to qualify for federal recovery assistance.


 


 

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Mayor Turner Stands in Solidarity with Diverse Groups Against Voter Suppression

$11 Million in Federal Disaster Recovery Funds Allocated for New Affordable Apartment Community in Houston Heights

Houston Health Department, partners announce free COVID-19 testing schedule for week of April 5

Houston Harris County Winter Storm Relief Fund Grows to $15 Million to Assist the Most Vulnerable Affected by Winter Freeze

Mayor Turner Announces Consent Decree Work Begins to Upgrade Houston's Wastewater System

Mayor Sylvester Turner Testifies Before the U.S. House Energy & Commerce Committee, Oversight Subcommittee

Houston Health Department opens 13,070 COVID-19 vaccination appointment slots for week of March 22

Mayor Sylvester Turner Announces HPD Executive Assistant Chief Troy Finner as New Chief of Police

Mayor Sylvester Turner's Statement on Attacks Against Asian American and Pacific Islander Community

Mayor Turner Expected to Announce New Houston Police Leadership This Week, Thanks Chief Acevedo for His Dedication and Service to Houston

Mayor Turner kicks off 2021 Hire Houston Youth Program

Mayor Turner and Houston Health Partner with Faith-Based Groups for Super Saturday Vaccinations

City Seeks Applicants for Free FOCUS on Fleet Safety Training Program

Additional $6.3M in Grants Invested by Houston Harris County Winter Storm Relief Fund in Area Nonprofits to Help Most Vulnerable

Houston, We are Connected! Multi-Service Centers and Select Parks Now Offer FREE Wi-Fi Internet Connectivity

Seniors and Disabled Houston Residents Urged to Report Winter Storm Damage to 311

HOUSTON MUNICIPAL COURTS DEPARTMENT WILL RESUME COURT OPERATIONS THURSDAY APRIL 1, 2021 AT ALL LOCATIONS

EL DEPARTAMENTO DE LAS CORTES MUNICIPALES DE LA CIUDAD DE HOUSTON REANUDARÁ OPERACIONES JUDICIALES EL JUEVES, 1 DE ABRIL, 2021 EN TODAS LAS UBICACIÓNES

Mayor Turner Partners with Ismaili Council for Food and Water Distribution

Mayor Turner Signs Executive Order to Include LGBT Businesses

"This is the Wrong Direction" Mayor Turner's Statement on Gov. Abbott's Decision to Lift Mask Mandate

Mayor Turner Updates Citywide Private Water Pipe Impacts Due to Winter Storm

Mayor Turner Names New City Secretary - Appointment Marks First Time an African-American Will Serve in the Position

$1.65 Million in Emergency Grants Invested by Houston Harris County Winter Storm Relief Fund in Area Nonprofits Serving Most Vulnerable

Houston Health Department Expands COVID-19 Vaccine Waitlist

Resilient Houston One Year Report Shows Progress in 2020

Mayor Turner Partners with Faith Leaders and Labor Unions to Assist Houstonians Recovering from Winter Storm

Mayor Turner's Statement on Resignation of ERCOT Board Members

City of Houston and Partners Will Distribute Hot Meals to Houstonians Affected by the Winter Storm, Including Seniors and People With Disabilities

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo Establish Houston-Harris County Winter Storm Relief Fund

City of Houston Urges Residents to Report Damages from Severe Winter Storm | Informes de daños a la propiedad personal

FEMA Emergency Aid Available for Texas | Ayuda de emergencia de FEMA disponible para Texas

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