Harris County Precinct 4 Opens Distribution Centers to Aid Residents After Hurricane Beryl
Source: HCP4

Harris County Precinct 4 Opens Distribution Centers to Aid Residents After Hurricane Beryl

July 09 2024

Harris County Precinct 4 is set to open two distribution sites this Wednesday, July 10, with the intent to provide immediate and direct assistance to area residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Beryl. 

Scheduled to be operational from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the sites are located at Bayland Community Center (6400 Bissonnet Street, Houston) and Radack Community Center (18650 Clay Road, Houston). At these centers, essentials such as food and water will be dispensed to residents who have been affected by the storm.

This comes alongside initiatives to keep the public cool during this difficult time as residents eagerly await the restoration of power while under a heat advisory. As previously reported by My Neighborhood News, many community centers and other community hubs have opened their doors as cooling centers in response to Hurricane Beryl. To view the comprehensive list of cooling centers in the Houston area, click here.

The distribution and cooling centers together complement the county's larger efforts to mitigate the impacts of the hurricane on the community, supporting their physical and ongoing needs during this time of crisis. Stay tuned for updates on further steps that Harris County Precinct 4 is taking to serve and support its residents during this recovery period.

By Tiffany Krenek, My Neighborhood News 
Tiffany Krenek, authorTiffany Krenek has been on the My Neighborhood News team since August 2021. She is passionate about curating and sharing content that enriches the lives of our readers in a personal, meaningful way. A loving mother and wife, Tiffany and her family live in the West Houston/Cypress region.

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