Winter Storm Recovery

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Winter Storm Uri was an unprecedented and historic weather event for our entire region and we are gathering a variety of resources to help our residents and businesses recover. Please review the information below in detail and if you have any questions or would like more information please email citycomm@seabrooktx.gov.

Seabrook Water Notice

Monday, February 22, 2021
Effective immediately, the Boil Water Notice for all City of Seabrook water customers has been rescinded. Please see "Boil Water Notice Rescinded" for more information. 

  1. Storm Damage Report

If your home received damage due to frozen pipes that ruptured, please take a moment to complete our Winter Storm Uri Damage Report. The report allows the City of Seabrook to submit damage assessments incurred by Winter Storm Uri to the State of Texas. Please include estimated damage costs. This form is not a request for assistance or disaster relief. You should also report damage to your insurance provider.

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  1. Bulk Trash Pickup

Waste Management would like to remind both residents and businesses that construction and storm debris will not be picked-up on bulked days and should not be disposed of in commercial dumpsters.

Per FEMA directions, please separate storm debris and construction/demolition debris AWAY from your household trash and recycling. Waste Management will pick up your trash and recycling, and your insurance contractor should remove storm related debris. In the event your contractor will not remove debris, please consider ordering a Temporary Dumpster Rental or a Bagster Bag. Both of these services are separate from your monthly utility bill and must be purchased through Waste Management directly.  


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  1. FEMA Assistance
  2. Small Business

On Friday, February 19, 2021 the effects of Winter Storm Uri was classified as a major federal disaster within seventy-seven (77) counties of the state of Texas. As a result, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced that federal emergency aid is available to Texans affected by the winter storm as of Thursday, February 11, 2021 and onward. Federal assistance may be available to any Harris County residents, including temporary housing and home repairs, low cost loans to cover uninsured property losses and more. 

  1. Fraud & Price Gouging

In response to the conditions created by Winter Storm Uri, which has resulted in millions of Harris County residents losing power, Harris County Attorney Christian D. Menefee is calling attention to the County Attorney’s website, harriscountycao.org/pricegouging, which allows the public to file complaints about price gouging and other consumer concerns.


Persons affected by or with knowledge of price gouging or other unfair practices can file a complaint by completing the online form at harriscountycao.org/report-price-gouging or by following the email instructions (ConsumerHelp@cao.hctx.net) at harriscountycao.org/pricegouging.


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