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Posted on: August 24, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Miscellaneous Information Related to Hurricane Harvey/Brazos River Flood

Mosquito Spraying:
Beginning Friday morning (4:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.) and (6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.). We will spray south of Oyster Creek Dr. on even numbered days and north of Oyster Creek Dr. on odd numbered days. This will continue until further notice. Military aircraft will be spraying for mosquitoes beginning at sundown September 12th, and throughout the weekend.

For more information on filing with FEMA please click the following link:
FEMA Disaster Assistance, Informacion en espanol

Water bill late fees will be waived for all residents in evacuation areas for the Brazos River Flood this month. This only applies to residents who live in areas that were issued evacuation notices during the Brazos River Flood.  

Follow this link for Electric & Natural Gas Pre-and Post-Storm Safety Tips from CenterPoint.
CenterPoint also shared the following information about debris clean up:
•Before cleaning debris, digging on your property or to locate underground natural gas lines and other underground utility lines, call 811, the nationwide Call Before You Dig number.
•Be aware of where your natural gas meter is located. As debris is put out for heavy trash pickup, make sure it is placed away from the meter. In many areas the meter may be located near the curb. If debris is near a gas meter, the mechanized equipment used by trash collectors could pull up the meter, damaging it and causing a potentially hazardous situation. If this happens, leave the area immediately and call CenterPoint Energy at 888-876-5786.




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