Solid Waste has announced that there will be no recycling or heavy trash pick-up indefinitely as they continue to collect storm debris.
If you would like to continue to recycle before pick-up is resumed you are welcome to use a neighborhood depository for free. A list of locations can be found here. Please be sure to bring;
  • A Current Texas Driver’s License or current ID and
  • A current utility bill or city property tax receipt. Addresses and names on all presented documents must match Texas Driver’s License or ID.
    *Electronic records are NOT accepted.
To check for updates on this policy please visit their website.
FEMA Clean and Removal Assistance
FEMA has authorized Clean and Removal Assistance (CRA) for homeowners with disaster-related real property damage that do not qualify for Home Repair Assistance because the damage did not make the house uninhabitable.

Clean and Removal Assistance is awarded as a one-time payment per household. This amount represents the average cost of cleaning, sanitizing and removing carpet in a flooded dwelling in the designated area.

CRA payments are part of FEMA’s Other Needs Assistance program. Applicants must register with FEMA at DisasterAssistance.gov and meet all eligibility requirements. An inspector must verify that floodwater caused the damage to at least one item in the home.

If you have questions about this process please visit a Disaster Recovery Center, which can be found by entering your address into this website.

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