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Pct 2 provides Storm Debris Drop-Off

ALDINE – Harris County Commissioner Adrian Garcia has announced that Precinct 2 has opened a free storm debris drop-off location for Harris County residents. The location for Pct. 2 is Pep Mueller Park, at 14750 Henry Road (between Aldine Mail Route and Aldine Bender).

Hours of operation are 9am to 6pm, 7 days a week. Questions call 713-274- 2222.

Harris County residents may drop off residential storm debris related to water damage from burst pipes due to the recent severe winter weather.

The following guidelines should be followed:

• Residential storm debris only

• Acceptable debris includes pipe, sheetrock, insulation, flooring, and other damaged household materials

• No contractors or business debris

• No tires, batteries, or hazardous materials

• No appliances or electronics

• No household garbage

For questions or more information, please contact Harris County Precinct 2 Community Assistance Department at 713-274-2222.

Harris County has also established three other free storm debris drop-off sites, depending upon which Precinct you live in. These are:

PCT. 1
Miller Road Camp
15530 Miller Road 1
9am – 6pm 7 days
346-286-3180

PCT 3
Bear Creek Pioneers Park
1 Abercrombie Drive
9am – 6pm 7 days
281-463-6300

PCT 4
13928 Humble Road
Tomball
7am to 6:30pm Monday-Saturday
832-927-4444

Precinct 2 is also continuing their food and water giveaways, and has opened several community centers for FEMA Recovery Assistance.