Infographics make it easy to understand the facts and figures of the local recovery efforts throughout Texas following Hurricane Harvey.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has compiled, created, and regularly updated infographics during the recovery process that have provided information such as the assistance provided so far, the number of survivors in temporary housing, innovative repair programs, and more.
With the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey approaching, FEMA has published an additional set of infographics that goes into more depth about the first year of the recovery process. The information in it is accurate as of August 17, 2018.
FEMA also released their latest statewide figures, which were updated on August 20, 2018. Additionally, they released county-by-county information – as well as the city-specific information for Houston, Port Aransas, and Rockport – that is current as of August 17, 2018.
You can view or download the one-year infographics, as well as the latest recovery infographics for the state, for all counties, and for three specific cities affected by Hurricane Harvey below.
One Year Later:
Statewide as of August 20, 2018:
Counties and Select Cities as of August 17: