Harris County Flood Control District
9900 Northwest Freeway, Houston, TX 77092
Main Number: 713-684-4000
TDD for the Hearing Impaired: 713-684-4280
Service Hotline: 713-684-4197

Home Buyout - For questions about the home buyout program (eligibility criteria, grant application status, buyout process, environmental justice relocation assistance) Contact Harris County Flood Control District online: Buyout Contact Form Buyout Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . 713-684-4020  - 713-684-4035

Buyout Via U.S. Mail
Home Buyout Program Manager
Harris County Flood Control District
9900 Northwest Freeway
Houston, TX 77092

 
 

http://sspeed.rice.edu/sspeed/

SSPEED - Severe Storm Prediction, Education, and Evacuation from Disasters - This center will organize leading universities, researchers, emergency managers, and private and public entities to better address severe storm impacts in the Gulf Coast area. The impact zone stretches from Texas to Louisiana and includes major cities such as New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Houston, and Brownsville.

 
 

http://www.floods.org
Association of State Flood Plain Managers

608-274-0123
The Association of State Floodplain Managers is an organization of professionals involved in floodplain management, flood hazard mitigation, the National Flood Insurance Program, and flood preparedness, warning and recovery. ASFPM has become a respected voice in floodplain management practice and policy in the United States because it represents the flood hazard specialists of local, state and federal government, the research community, the insurance industry, and the fields of engineering, hydrologic forecasting, emergency response, water resources, and others. (CCFCC is a standing member).
 
 

http://urbanwatersheds.org

Urban Watersheds Research Institue - The Urban Watersheds Research Institute (UWRI) is a Colorado based 501(3)(c) non-profit corporation dedicated to the sustainable environment and water resources of communities, with primary focus on urban centers. Its focus on achieving these goals is development of technical, institutional, legal, and economic information.

 
 

http://www.tfma.org

TFMA - The Texas Floodplain Management Association (TFMA) is the leading resource for floodplain management professionals in Texas. We work to build partnerships with federal, state and local agencies as well as other professional organizations and associations.

 
 
Harris County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
713-881-3100
 
 
City of Houston Office of Emergency Management
713-884-4500
 
 
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District Office of Public Affairs
409-766-3004
 
 
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA): Region VI Denton, TX.
940-898-5399
 
 
National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP): Greater Houston Area
281-829-6880
 
 
National Weather Service: Houston/Galveston Forecast Office
281-337-5074
 
 
American Red Cross, Greater Houston Area Chapter
713-526-8300
 
 
Harris County Judge Ed Emmett
713-755-4000
 
 
Harris County Precinct 1: El Franco Lee, Commissioner
713-991-6881
 
 
Harris County Precinct 2: Jack Morman, Commissioner
Email: jack.morman@pct2.hctx.net
 
 
Harris County Precinct 3: Steve Radack, Commissioner
(713) 755-6306
 
 
Harris County Precinct 4: Jack Cagle, Commissioner
713-755-6444
 
 
City of Houston
Email: houstontxdotgov@houstontx.gov
 
 
Harris County Appraisal District
713-812-5800
 
 
Port of Houston Authority
713-670-2400
 
 
Harris County Permit Office
713-956-3000
 
 
Tropical Storm Allison Recovery Project
16225 Park Ten Place, Suite 420, Houston, TX 77084
281-579-4656
 
 

 

This website is provided as a service to members of the Cypress Creek Flood Control Coalition and the general public. It is intended to be used as a source of information to assist Neighborhood communities located in the Cypress Creek Watershed and elsewhere develop awareness, analyze risks and plan methods for dealing with storm water flooding and preservation of forested floodplain corridors. No information should be considered as being completely accurate nor warranted for any purpose. The Cypress Creek Flood Control Coalition is a participating Project Impact partner pledged to support developing a more disaster –resistant community in Harris County and surrounding area.
 

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