Per the City: “the 311 Contact Center is a single, one-stop point of contact designed to make it easy for residents to know who to contact for assistance with non-emergency, City-related questions, and requests for services. The Contact Center is staffed by customer service ambassadors who are equipped with a comprehensive knowledge of City services.”
Fort Bend County LID 11 is monitoring the system currently named “Invest 92L.” Due to several factors that could alter the path and development of this system, it is still too early to determine the exact location and magnitude/intensity of the developing storm. Based on this morning’s forecast (7/9/19), the heaviest rainfall potential (9+ inches) is located in western Louisiana with Fort Bend County potentially receiving 1 to 4 inches over the weekend.
Changes in the forecasts could/will continue to vary over the next 24 to 48 hours so all residents are encouraged to:
- Monitor Forecasts Twice a Day
- Check and stock hurricane kits and have plans ready to be enacted this week
- Follow trusted weather sources for information (National Hurricane Center, Houston/Galveston National Weather Service, West Gulf River Forecast Center and Fort Bend County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management) for any recommendations and changes in forecasts
Here is important information about a new program the State is administering to help with reimbursement for Hurricane Harvey related repairs. Please contact the GLO office directly if you need help, or Congressman Olson’s office for assistance.
Do you have out-of-pocket expenses from home repairs from Hurricane Harvey? If so, the Texas General Land Office (GLO) just announced they have a program that may help you cover the cost!
The GLO will start accepting applications THIS THURSDAY for the new Homeowner Reimbursement Program. With this program, eligible homeowners can apply to receive up to $50,000 to cover out-of-pocket expenses from Harvey repairs. Folks in Fort Bend and Brazoria Counties who have completed their repairs prior to the application launch date (Thursday, February 28, 2019) are encouraged to apply. Residents of Harris County and the City of Houston are not eligible, but both the city and county will have a similar program for homeowners. Please visit the GLO’s website for more information and to apply. Funds are limited, so folks are encouraged to apply as soon as the application goes live, on Thursday, February 28, 2019. The website has a list of the documents you will need to include with your application. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-844-475-5000 if you have any questions about the program. Also, please contact my office at 281-494-2690 if you have any Harvey recovery related questions. My staff is happy to help however they can.
I’m honored to represent you in Congress. For more information or to sign up for my E-newsletter, please visit my website, www.olson.house.gov.