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Recovery Efforts in Montgomery County

Recovery efforts are underway in Montgomery County for the storm that came through our area on Tuesday, May 23rd. Precinct One Commissioner Robert Walker’s Office is working around the clock to pick up vegetative debris in the affected areas with the assistance of road and bridge crews from Commissioner Riley’s Office, Commissioner Noack’s Office and Commissioner Grey’s Office. At this time the only type of debris that is being collected is vegetative (trees, limbs etc.) in the areas of major impact. Debris needs to be placed at the curb and should not block the roadway. In addition, do not place debris near or on trees, poles, or other structures including fire hydrants and meters. The major areas of impact are homes in the Shepard Hill Road area. All other types of debris are not being picked up by the county at this time.

Individuals who sustained damages from the recent storm should report damages to the State iSTAT reporting tool. The objective of this survey is to help state and local emergency management officials across Texas identify and gain an understanding of damages that have occurred during recent natural disaster activity. Reporting damages to Emergency Management is a voluntary activity, is not a substitute for reporting damage to your insurance agency, and does not guarantee disaster relief assistance.

Residents who do not have internet service or need assistance filling out the form should contact the Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management at 936-523-3900.Click the following link or use the QR code below to fill our your damage survey.



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