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Storm Cleanup Central

July 6, 2016

Applying for Federal Assistance for the May Storms is a Two-Step Process

Here’s the latest information from FEMA about the process for getting federal assistance if you had damage from the May severe weather: July 6, 2016: AUSTIN, Texas – Applying for federal disaster assistance for the May storms is a two-step process. Taking those two steps ensures consideration for all FEMA programs and the U.S. Small […]

June 17, 2016

What Texans Should Expect after FEMA Registration

Here’s some information from the Federal Emergency Management Agency on what to expect if you’re registering for FEMA assistance. AUSTIN, Texas – When disaster survivors register for federal assistance, FEMA requires applicants to provide specific information to help determine eligibility. When registering, all applicants will be asked for the following: Social Security number address of […]

FEMA Disaster Recovery Center to Open Friday, June 17, at Noon
June 15, 2016

FEMA Disaster Recovery Center to Open Friday, June 17, at Noon

FEMA will open a Disaster Recovery Center to assist individuals with property losses from the May 26 severe weather event in obtaining information and filing claims for federal assistance.

June 11, 2016

Brazos County Eligible for FEMA Individual Assistance Due to May Severe Weather

Brazos County was declared eligible for Individual Assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on June 11, 2016, due to the severe storms and flooding that struck the area on May 26-27. The declaration is Presidential Declaration, DR-4272-TX, for the May Severe Weather. View the declaration here Survivors from the May severe weather in […]

Bryan City Council Approves Extension of Local Disaster Declaration
June 2, 2016

Bryan City Council Approves Extension of Local Disaster Declaration

The Bryan City Council met Wednesday night, June 1, 2016, and approved an extension of the local disaster declaration issued by Mayor Jason Bienski on May 26, 2016.

Governor Abbott Declares State Of Disaster In 31 Texas Counties
June 1, 2016

Governor Abbott Declares State Of Disaster In 31 Texas Counties

For Immediate Distribution | June 1, 2016 | (512) 463-1826 AUSTIN – Governor Greg Abbott today declared a state of disaster in Austin, Bandera, Bastrop, Brazoria, Brazos, Burleson, Coleman, Colorado, Erath, Fayette, Fort Bend, Grimes, Hidalgo, Hood, Jasper, Kleberg, Lee, Leon, Liberty, Lubbock, Montgomery, Palo Pinto, Parker, Polk, Robertson, San Jacinto, Tyler, Walker, Waller, Washington […]

City-wide bulk debris and brush pickup suspended from May 29 – June 4
June 1, 2016

City-wide bulk debris and brush pickup suspended from May 29 – June 4

City-wide bulk debris and brush pickup continues to be suspended for the week of May 29 through June 4 to allow the City to concentrate its resources on the areas damaged by the tornado and severe weather on May 26-27.

All Wheeler Ridge Streets Open for On-Street Parking
May 30, 2016

All Wheeler Ridge Streets Open for On-Street Parking

All streets in Wheeler Ridge are open for on-street parking. Bryan Public Works will continue bulk debris and brush pick-up in Wheeler Ridge this week.

May 30, 2016

Wheeler Ridge: What You Need to Do to Have Power Service Restored

BTU crews have completed restoration in the Wheeler Ridge subdivision to all homes that have been deemed safe to be restored. Homes that have not been reconnected are in need of work by a certified electrician prior to BTU re-connecting service. Once repair work is complete, customers can call BTU Dispatch at 979-822-3777 to arrange for reconnection.

City of Bryan waiving permit fees for reconstruction of damage from the May 26 tornado
May 28, 2016

City of Bryan waiving permit fees for reconstruction of damage from the May 26 tornado

The City of Bryan will be waiving all fees associated with reconstruction resulting from the May 26 tornado. Remember, most structures require permits, including fences over 6 feet tall.

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