When rain inundates one part of the county but floods another, many residents are understandably confused. Many believe water flows south into Galveston Bay from the highest point to the lowest. While rainwater does eventually end up in Galveston Bay, the process is more complex.
A recent door-to-door survey conducted by Harris County Public Health (HCPH) revealed most Klein ISD residents are well prepared for disaster. The survey, called Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response (CASPER), evaluates emergency preparedness based on a state health department model. The Klein area was randomly selected by a computer using census blocks.
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