The devastation from Hurricane Harvey has left many of our residents displaced from their homes. As we move forward to rebuild our community, it is important that our residents have access to the immediate resources they need.
Houston City Council Member Larry V. Green, is hosting a community town hall meeting on Thursday, September 14th at The Power Center, 12401 South Post Oak Rd. @ South Main St. at 6:30 p.m.
When our essential needs, such as shelter, are not met, we jeopardize our mental and physical health. “It is paramount that we connect our District K constituents to the various resources that can provide recovery information following this storm. The recovery process will take time and we remain committed to serving our residents and ensuring their needs are met” states Council Member Green.
With this in mind, we have invited the following participants to the town hall meeting:
- Solid Waste Dept.
- Public Works & Engineering Dept. (Code Enforcement/Floodplain Management Team)
- Housing & Community Development Dept.
- Dept. of Neighborhoods
- Health Dept.
- Mayor’s Office
- Harris County Flood Control District
- Harris County Appraisal District
We realize residents have been affected by the storm in a variety ways. The panelist from each organization will also have informational tables to handle one-on-one questions from attendees. The District K council office is here to serve our residents in the weeks, months and even years to come. We invite you to join Council Member Green for this informative community town hall meeting.