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The Harvey Recovery Survey is the first Step towards securing recovery assistance from the City of Houston.

Report NameLast Updated
Situation and Pipeline Report #36 07/31/2022
Situation and Pipeline Report #35 06/30/2022
Situation and Pipeline Report #34 05/31/2022
Situation and Pipeline Report #33 04/30/2022
Situation and Pipeline Report #32 03/31/2022
Situation and Pipeline Report #31 02/28/2022
Situation and Pipeline Report #30 01/31/2022
Situation and Pipeline Report #29 01/07/2022
Situation and Pipeline Report #28 12/07/2021
Situation and Pipeline Report #27 11/09/2021
Situation and Pipeline Report #26 10/08/2021
Situation and Pipeline Report #25 09/09/2021
Situation and Pipeline Report #24 08/11/2021
Situation and Pipeline Report #23 07/14/2021
Situation and Pipeline Report #22 05/22/2021
Situation and Pipeline Report #21 04/30/2021
Situation and Pipeline Report #20 03/31/2021
Situation and Pipeline Report #19 02/28/2021
Situation and Pipeline Report #18 01/31/2021
Situation and Pipeline Report #17 12/31/2020
Situation and Pipeline Report #16 11/30/2020
Situation and Pipeline Report #15 10/31/2020
Situation and Pipeline Report #14 09/30/2020
Situation and Pipeline Report #13 08/31/2020
Situation and Pipeline Report #12 07/31/2020
Situation and Pipeline Report #11 06/30/2020
Situation and Pipeline Report #10 05/31/2020
Situation and Pipeline Report #9 04/30/2020
Situation and Pipeline Report #8 03/31/2020
Situation and Pipeline Report #7 02/28/2020
Situation and Pipeline Report #6 01/31/2020
Situation and Pipeline Report #5 12/31/2019
Situation and Pipeline Report #4 11/30/2019
Situation and Pipeline Report #3 10/30/2019
Situation and Pipeline Report #2 09/30/2019
Situation and Pipeline Report #1 08/28/2019

Take a look at our progress in allocating the funding received to help rebuild after Hurricane Harvey. We are updating a dashboard on a weekly basis to show what we've done so far and what our timeline to complete our projects will be.

Community Office Hours and Program Comments

The Housing and Community Development Department accepts comments via USPS mail, phone, email, and in person at our offices:

City of Houston Housing and Community Development Department

Attn: Planning and Grants Management
2100 Travis Street, 9th floor
Houston, TX 77002

Residents can also submit comments via email to housingrecovery@houstontx.gov.

The Housing and Community Development Department also hosts weekly Community Office Hours on Wednesdays from 1pm-4pm. No appointments required.

In our state, you can save on medicines by ordering generics online.

We regularly post updates and answer questions on our social media:

Community Office Hours Flyer

Disaster Impact and Social Vulnerability Map

The City's methodology focuses on identifying socially vulnerable Houstonians who may face special challenges in making a full recovery.