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Harris County Precinct 4
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Debris Removal Hotline Still Active Bookmark

Debris Removal Hotline Still Active
Precinct 4 continues to make progress on debris removal for the nearly 11,000 homes that flooded across the precinct. With the first of three passes complete, debris removal crews are now beginning their second pass in Precinct 4’s flood-affected areas. Although crews required three weeks to clean up after the Tax Day Floods last year, Precinct 4 and its partners are now removing the same amount of debris in two days. To date, crews have removed nearly 500,000 cubic yards of debris from Precinct 4 neighborhoods.

Partnership Improves Safety at Precinct 4 Parks Bookmark

Partnership Improves Safety at Precinct 4 Parks
Residents can now enjoy safer parks and greenway trails thanks to a new partnership with the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. In August, Precinct 4’s Parks Department and deputies with the Precinct 4 Constable’s Office met with game wardens to share information, pledge resources, and get to know each other over a hot pot of coffee. The meeting was designed to benefit all organizations. Wardens agreed to act as additional boots on the ground and support Precinct 4 constables patrolling Precinct 4 parks.

Free Performances at Mangum-Howell Center Bookmark

Free Performances at Mangum-Howell Center
The community is invited to enjoy free theatrical performances presented by Cypress Creek F.A.C.E. at Precinct 4’s Mangum-Howell Center this winter. The performances that were scheduled to be held in the Centrum have been moved to Mangum-Howell Center due to flood damage from Hurricane Harvey. Mangum-Howell Center’s free intergenerational programs are part of Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle’s educational and recreational commitment to