• Hurricane Resources

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    For the most pertinent information and updates, please make sure you are following our Facebook page by CLICKING HERE

    We will continue to make posts and share information as it becomes available.  Many of our partners are opening cooling centers, and are offering their facilities to come and charge your electronics as well.  We will also be posting about available food distribution sites and much more. 

  • Available Cooling Centers Available Cooling Centers

    In the event you are without power and need somewhere to cool down and charge your electronics, please visit one of the following sites.  Some of these sites are even offering meals as well.  We highly suggest calling them for availability first. 

    East Harris County Activity Center
    7340 Spencer Hwy
    281-479-4232
    Open Monday - Sunday, 8am - 8pm
    **Cannot accommodate pets

    First Baptist Church Pasadena
    7500 Fairmont Pkwy
    281-991-1232
    11am - 5pm

    GET Church
    1214 College Avenue
    713-543-1150

    Hope Community United Methodist
    2838 Lily St.
    903-306-9598

    South Main Baptist Church
    4300 E Sam Houston Pkwy S
    281-487-8200
    10am - 4pm

    Tejano Center "Pasadena Cabin"
    1062 Fairmont Pkwy
    9am - 8pm

    Zion Lutheran Church
    5050 E Sam Houston Pkwy S
    281-991-8600
    Open 24/7 with overnight accommodations for up to 50 people

    The following sites are also available Harris County Precinct 2 sites, but are out of Pasadena:

    Hardy Community Center
    1901 W Hardy Rd
    Houston, 77076
    Monday - Sunday, 8am - 8pm

    Flukinger Community Center
    16003 Lorenzo St
    Channelview, 77530
    Monday - Sunday, 8am - 8pm


    *unable to accommodate pets at this time

  • Food Distribution Food Distribution

    The City and County are working together to provide available food distribution sites.  More information will be coming on Thursday, July 11th.  

    Available Now:

    Parkgate Community Church
    Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 1pm - 4pm
    3715 Preston Road
    281-487-4283

    Grace Church
    Thursday, July 11th, beginning at noon
    14505 Gulf Freeway (Distributing food for 400 families)
    Stay in your car, go to south end of church building

    The Salvation Army Mobile Feeding Unit
    Shady Village Manufactured Home
    2304 Wichita and 2201 Wichita

  • Tree Cleanup & Removal Tree Cleanup & Removal

    If you are needing a professional team to help with heavy tree cleanup, please call Charles Brandt at 713-294-0475.  Please send him your name, address, phone number and a photo of what needs to be removed. 

  • Emergency Alerts Emergency Alerts

    Please sign up today so you will be notified of pertinent information in the case of a tropical storm/hurricane. Both of the links below will take you to a web page so you can fill out information needed to begin receiving alerts immediately.

    HARRIS COUNTY

    CITY OF PASADENA

  • Business Continuity and Safety Planning Assistance Business Continuity and Safety Planning Assistance

    Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
    The emergency business toolkit helps businesses to understand their risk, develop a preparedness and mitigation plan, and take action. Doing so will not only increase the safety of employees and customers, but it will help you remain in business after disasters, such as tropical storms and hurricanes. Access Here

    OFB-EZ (Open for Business-EZ)
    Helps build a business continuity plan so your business will prepare, respond, and recover. The OFB-EZ toolkit provides a road map for managing disruptions using simple and easy tasks, including developing an employee contact list, reviewing and documenting insurance policies, building a plan for supply chain disruptions, and how to better prepare your finances. Access Here

    The Occupational Safety and Health Consultation (OSHCON) Program
    Free and confidential service available to private Texas employers through the Texas Department of Insurance - Division of Workers' Compensation.  Professional safety and health consultants across the state are available to help identify and eliminate occupational hazards in your workplace, whether or not your company carries workers' compensation insurance. National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) Resource Toolkit Creates training tools to aid in the development of awareness materials.  These tools provide health and safety guidance to those involved in disaster response and clean-up activities. Access Here

    National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) Resource Toolkit
    Creates training tools to aid in the development of awareness materials.  These tools provide health and safety guidance to those involved in disaster response and clean-up activities. Access Here

  • Home Emergency Action Plan Guideline Home Emergency Action Plan Guideline

    Harris County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
    This resource page provides the tools and resources to protect yourself, your family, and your property. Access Here

    Ready Houston
    Provides resources which your family or business can utilize in case of an emergency.  You will find valuable information and kits on emergency preparedness, such as an emergency plan checklist, disaster preparedness guide, and much more. Access Here

    National Hurricane Center
    Provides that latest updates on weather tracking and provides the latest development on tropical weather systems. Access Here

  • Hurricane Restoration Services Hurricane Restoration Services

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  • Upcoming Events

     
  • SURVEY SURVEY

    Pasadena Community, we need your help in collecting information on damages due to Hurricane Beryl - no matter how big or small - please take this survey: https://shorturl.at/9RCT4

  • Emergency Replacement Benefits for SNAP and WIC Recipients Emergency Replacement Benefits for SNAP and WIC Recipients

    Texas approves emergency replacement benefits for SNAP and WIC recipients after Hurricane Beryl.  CLICK HERE for more information.

  • Hurricane Resources Hurricane Resources

    • Resilience in a BoxResource guide based on best practices designed to help educate business leaders on disaster preparedness and business resilience.
    • Disaster Recovery Quick Guidesmade possible by Shell, has tailored tips for small businesses and chambers looking to prepare and recover.
    • Disaster Property Tax Relief Harris County - The Legislature has authorized an important temporary property tax exemption for property that has been at least 15% damaged by a disaster. The exemption reduces your taxes and will make sure that you are not paying property taxes on portions of your home that have been damaged or destroyed by a disaster. 
  • FEMA Funding Now Available FEMA Funding Now Available

    Hurricane Beryl has left many in our community grappling with the aftermath, including limited cell reception, internet disruptions, and leaving over 2 million people without power. We hope you're finding ways to recover amidst these challenges. For updates and available resources, please visit our website at https://haul.org

    To apply for assistance, the application portal opens on Friday, July 12: 
     
    •    Visit https://www.disasterassistance.gov/  
    •    Call the FEMA Help Line: 1-800-621-3362, available from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. (local time), 7 days a week. Extended hours may apply during periods of high disaster activity.