Here is the latest information regarding storm recovery efforts in Baytown as of 12pm Friday:
- CenterPoint reports 86 customers without power in Baytown.
- 60 houses were damaged in the storm.
- Four of those houses were destroyed, while 7 had major damage.
- Residents can report damage using the iSTAT online tool: https://damage.tdem.texas.gov/
- Baytown Public Works will continue debris removal on Saturday and possibly on Sunday, if not completed.
- Brush collection will also follow the normal schedule next week.
Disaster Relief Agencies
- Texas Gulf Coast Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD)
- United Way of Greater Baytown and Chambers County
Volunteer Connect: https://volunteer.unitedwaygbacc.org/need/detail/?need_id=591150
Services: volunteer management, donations, and long-term recovery
Services: debris cleanup, repairs, volunteer management, donations
The United Way Helpline (211) connects callers with critical health and human services programs for basic needs such as food, shelter, clothing, rent and utility assistance, as well as physical and mental health services.
Services: mass care, shelter, damage assessments, case management, and financial assistance
Services: Canteen food service, food cards and clean up kits.
Services: Disaster Legal Aid
We will have more updates when available.