In a packed meeting room at the Duncan YMCA this month, mothers from the Spring Shadows Moms Club (SSMC) learned about the similarities and differences of private and public schools in the area from a panel of school leaders.
Housing inspectors and Disaster Survivor Assistance (DSA) teams from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) are in Harris County to help survivors of Tropical Storm Imelda get connected with potential assistance. DSA TEAMS If you live in an affected area, you may encounter DSA teams as they go door to door to answer questions about…Details
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will be offering assistance to residents affected by Tropical Storm Imelda. FEMA Individual Disaster Assistance (IA) comes in a variety of forms for home owners, certain types of renters, and businesses in Harris County. The application to apply for assistance is open October 05, 2019 and February 28, 2021.What…Details
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is now offering assistance to Houston residents affected by Tropical Storm Imelda. Applications for FEMA Individual Assistance for Imelda recovery will be open until Dec. 3, 2019. FEMA may provide Houston home owners, certain types of renters, and businesses with the following types of assistance: Home/Primary Residence: FEMA provides assistance…Details
After the May 2019 hail storm, SSCA members called the office asking for advise and information regarding re-roofing their house. While the Association cannot recommend any contractor, we can tell you to talk to your friends and neighbors, and check websites for reviews. We also refer you to a 2017 December Newscaster article, found here,…Details
In wake of Imelda, Texans can get aid By Allie Morris AUSTIN BUREAU – Houston Chronicle AUSTIN — Residents of Harris and five other counties hit by Tropical Storm Imelda can receive federal aid after President Donald Trump on Friday granted the state’s request for assistance. Households can receive up to $35,000 to cover damage…Details
The Houston Police Department is inviting Houston area high school students to apply for the 2019-2020 Youth Police Advisory Council (YPAC). Students will address issues affecting youth and the community, participate in community service projects and attend youth leadership conferences throughout the state. Additionally, the YPAC meets regularly with Chief of Police Art Acevedo and…Details
Council Member Stardig and the District A Team have been on the phones all day assisting with flooding issues, but we wanted to take a moment to provide some information for you: If you have any structural flooding (flooding in your house), please call it in to 3-1-1. You will be issued a Service Request…Details