Free Meals by Precinct 2 at centers and parks, schools

Meal Distribution during COVID-19

The safety and well-being of our communities come first in Precinct 2. We understand that during this time food accessibility can be limited due to vacant grocery stores. To help, Harris County Precinct 2 is hosting a food distributions at parks (children only) and community centers (all ages) Below you will find flyers and information about what’s taking place this week (week of April 6th):


Happening at 5 parks every day

Drive-thru style and on a first come, first serve basis.

Parents MUST bring their kids in order to receive them

For lunches at our community centers

Taking place at 9 Precinct 2 Community Centers

Drive-thru style and on a first come, first serve basis.

For individuals of all ages

Must be present to receive lunch

Be sure to also follow Harris County Precinct 2 on social media for more information and updates on other resources available to you.


The Houston Food Bank, school districts, as well as other organizations are working together to host food distributions in various areas, in efforts to address the food insecurity while following social distancing procedures for the safety of the community. Are you or someone you know in need of food? Perfect! This blog is for you. We have put together a list of meal distribution locations for those in need during this difficult time. Note: You can also find local pantries across the county by visiting the Houston Food Bank’s website, or call their helpline at 832-369-9390.


Starting Monday, March 30, Child Nutrition Services will be providing breakfast and lunch pickup from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Families will be able to pick up six meals for each student on Monday and four meals for each student on Thursday. This change allows both families and staff to remain healthy and safe during meal pickup.

Students no longer have to be present for meal pickup, however, Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) requires parents/ guardians to show proof of enrollment in a school district through an ID badge, report card, attendance report/record, or birth certificate for students under school age.