District C is Activated for Emergency Response and Assistance

This is District C’s second update regarding our region’s storm recovery response. If you missed our first email, it is available here. We will continue to provide updates as new information becomes available through the weekend. Please continue to contact our office if there are urgent needs.

Unfortunately, we are seeing some residents attempt to cut trees or remove limbs on/under/in downed power lines. Please allow professionals to do this for safety reasons and it’s critical to report downed lines and trees.

We appreciate your help continuing to share resources out with those you know. We personally want to thank all partners in these efforts, from residents to our city departments to our public safety responders out in the field.

COOLING CENTERS UPDATE: Certain city community centers are open today (Friday, 5/17) until 7pm for residents that need refuge from the heat (or a phone charge). Anyone without air-conditioning can seek relief at the following city locations designated as cooling centers. To find the nearest location, or for free transportation to a designated cooling center can call 3-1-1. There is also a 3-1-1 app and an online website portal


  • Metropolitan Multi Service Center, 1475 W Gray St, Houston, TX 77019
  • Kingwood Community Center, 4102 Rustic Woods Drive, Kingwood, TX 77345
  • Acres Homes Multi Service Center, 6719 West Montgomery Road, Houston, TX 77091
  • Sunnyside Multi Service Center, 4410 Reed Rd., Houston, TX 77051


Please continue to move debris to your curbs for pick up. We will provide updates as they are made available to us as it relates specifically to debris pick up. Below is an update on standard pick up services:

  • TODAY-Friday, May 17, 2024 NO COLLECTION SERVICES. – All solid waste facilities and administrative offices will be closed except Neighborhood Depositories, which will operate normally. SWMD will be conducting city-wide damage assessments for storm debris collections.
  • TOMORROW-Saturday, May 18, 2024 SWMD will collect Friday’s garbage routes. Recycling, yard, and tree waste will be collected on your next regularly scheduled collection day. SWMD collection services will resume the regular schedule on Monday, May 20, 2024

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