Recovery Infographics as of July 16

Infographics make it easy to understand the facts and figures of the local recovery efforts throughout Texas following Hurricane Harvey.

These infographics were compiled, created, and updated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). They include information about the assistance provided so far, the number of survivors currently in temporary housing and innovative repair programs, and more.

The statewide figures were updated on July 16, 2018, and the county-by-county information – as well as the city-specific information for Houston, Port Aransas, and Rockport – is current as of July 13, 2018. All infographics will continue to be updated throughout the recovery process.

You can view or download the latest recovery infographics for the state, for all counties, and for three specific cities affected by Hurricane Harvey below.

Statewide:

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Counties and Select Cities:

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Commission To Rebuild Texas After Hurricane Harvey Update: Issue 25

“In a year that saw the state of Texas challenged by Hurricane Harvey — with its economic impact felt across the Coastal Bend region and beyond — it is a testament to the resilience of the people of Texas and the diversity of our economy to be named America’s Top State for Business by CNBC, the Best State for Startups by WalletHub, and again the Best State for Business by CEOs surveyed by Chief Executive magazine. Today, Texas leads all states in private-sector job creation, with over 346,300 private-sector jobs added over the last year. New business formation in Texas is at a five-year high, and jobs in Texas are now on pace for the strongest growth in four years. While recovery continues for our families, businesses and communities, it is because of the hardworking people of Texas that the future is so bright in the Lone Star State. ”

─ Governor Greg Abbott

Governor’s Commission to Rebuild Texas

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Individual Assistance

  • Current individual assistance numbers are now posted on rebuildtexas.today/recovery-tracker.
  • To find the nearest Disaster Recovery Center visit fema.gov/drc, or text DRC along with a zip code to 43362 (4FEMA). Survivors also can find help by calling FEMA at 800-621-3362, logging into DisasterAssistance.gov or downloading the FEMA app fema.gov/mobile-app.
  • FEMA’s Disaster Distress Helpline offers trained professionals who can help callers cope with anxiety or stress, and guide them to available resources. This toll-free, multilingual and confidential crisis support service is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call 800-985-5990, 800-846-8517 (TTY) or text TalkWithUs (Spanish-speakers text: Hablanos) to 66746.

As seen in “Special Report: Texas Coastal Comeback” from Texas Highways: Elena Rodriguez, curator of the Rockport Center of the Arts, stands #RockportStrong in the sculpture garden at the Center’s 130-year-old, Harvey-damaged and now-razed building. With its relocation to Navigation Circle and a $500,000 grant from the Rebuild Texas Fund, the Center is once again a must-see tourist destination with a full schedule of exhibitions underway. (Photo courtesy: Texas Highways)

Recovery Infographics as of July 9

Infographics make it easy to understand the facts and figures of the local recovery efforts throughout Texas following Hurricane Harvey.

These infographics were compiled, created, and updated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). They include information about the assistance provided so far, the number of survivors currently in temporary housing and innovative repair programs, and more.

The statewide figures were updated on July 9, 2018, and the county-by-county information – as well as the city-specific information for Houston, Port Aransas, and Rockport – is current as of July 6, 2018. All infographics will continue to be updated throughout the recovery process.

You can view or download the latest recovery infographics for the state, for all counties, and for three specific cities affected by Hurricane Harvey below.

Statewide:

Download (PDF, 206KB)

Counties and Select Cities:

Download (PDF, 4.82MB)

 

Recovery Infographics as of July 2

Infographics make it easy to understand the facts and figures of the local recovery efforts throughout Texas following Hurricane Harvey.

These infographics were compiled, created, and updated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). They include information about the assistance provided so far, the number of survivors currently in temporary housing and innovative repair programs, and more.

The statewide figures were updated on July 2, 2018, and the county-by-county information – as well as the city-specific information for Houston, Port Aransas, and Rockport – is current as of June 29, 2018. All infographics will continue to be updated throughout the recovery process.

You can view or download the latest recovery infographics for the state, for all counties, and for three specific cities affected by Hurricane Harvey below.

Statewide:

Download (PDF, 3.13MB)

Counties and Select Cities:

Download (PDF, 4.76MB)

 

Recovery Infographics as of June 25

Infographics make it easy to understand the facts and figures of the local recovery efforts throughout Texas following Hurricane Harvey.

These infographics were compiled, created, and updated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). They include information about the assistance provided so far, the number of survivors currently in temporary housing and innovative repair programs, and more.

The statewide figures were updated on June 25, 2018, and the county-by-county information – as well as the city-specific information for Houston, Port Aransas, and Rockport – is current as of June 22, 2018. All infographics will continue to be updated throughout the recovery process.

You can view or download the latest recovery infographics for the state, for all counties, and for three specific cities affected by Hurricane Harvey below.

Statewide:

Download (PDF, 12.98MB)

Counties and Select Cities:

Download (PDF, 4.12MB)

 

Commission To Rebuild Texas After Hurricane Harvey Update: Issue 24

“As Hurricane Harvey recovery continues and heavy rains and flooding hit portions of the state this week, now is the time to prepare for potential storms ahead this hurricane season. The State is actively readying resources and communication and response strategies to help protect families and property in the event of another hurricane. Because you are your family’s first line of defense, I encourage Texans to put together an emergency supply kit, create a communication plan, prepare homes for storms and heed all warnings from local officials. For more safety and preparedness tips, visit TexasPrepares.org. To check road conditions at any time, visit DriveTexas.org.”

─ Governor Greg Abbott

Governor’s Commission to Rebuild Texas

Individual Assistance

  • The Transitional Sheltering Assistance (TSA) deadline is June 30, 2018, with a checkout date of July 1, 2018. Disaster victims with questions regarding their TSA program eligibility or status may contact the FEMA Helpline at 800-621-3362 for assistance.
  • Current individual assistance numbers are now posted on rebuildtexas.today/recovery-tracker.
  • To find the nearest Disaster Recovery Center visit fema.gov/drc, or text DRC along with a zip code to 43362 (4FEMA). Survivors also can find help by calling FEMA at 800-621-3362, logging into DisasterAssistance.gov or downloading the FEMA app fema.gov/mobile-app.
  • FEMA’s Disaster Distress Helpline offers trained professionals who can help callers cope with anxiety or stress, and guide them to available resources. This toll-free, multilingual and confidential crisis support service is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call 800-985-5990, 800-846-8517 (TTY) or text TalkWithUs (Spanish-speakers text: Hablanos) to 66746.

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