Willow Creek Elementary School served as a temporary supply and meal station after Hurricane Harvey dumped more than 35 inches of rain on the community, flooding many out of their homes.  Harvey's drenching rain on Tuesday and Wednesday pushed local residents of Kings Point and Foster's Mill subdivisions from their residences.
Willow Creek Principal Scott Duncan led the effort. They were able to find 50 to 60 host families for people who needed host homes and served hundreds of meals. Duncan said, "We put out a call to the community and got a tremendous response. Within 20 minutes, people were bringing in supplies and crockpots full of hot meals."

The City of Humble is under curfew from 10:00 P.M. until 6:00 A.M. until further notice.

The City of Houston (including Kingwood) is under curfew from 12:00 A.M. until 5:00 A.M. until further notice.

The curfews have been put in place to stop any property crimes against evacuation homes. 


Rain continued to pummel the Houston area today as the onslaught from Tropical Storm Harvey continued. Harvey is now circulating near Port O’Connor and will move back over the Gulf of Mexico, regain some strength and make a third landfall on Wednesday near the Texas/Louisiana border.

Houston, TX - Houston City Council Member Dave Martin would like to make all Kingwood residents aware that there is potential for Kingwood Drive to be completely covered with water. If you are exploring the area please return to your homes immediately and hunker down, avoiding all local travel. 
Rescue efforts are continuing in the Kingwood Area, high water vehicles are deployed as well as boats. Leaving your home at this time is not advisable. The Houston Police Department, Houston Fire Department, and the United States Coast Guard are in the area assisting and responding to all calls. For the safety of our first responders please seek shelter immediately.
The Kingwood Citizen Line is open and can be reached at 832-395-1820. The District E office continues to monitor the weather from remote locations and the best way to reach the office is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Officers are currently staging in preparation to deploy officers to reported high water locations. We are prioritizing the Kingwood Greens, Kings Harbor, and Forest Cove areas with this first wave of support. Additional resources are coming in to our area and those will begin staging and then head out later today.

The Small Business Administration (SBA), in conjuction with FEMA, has opened a disaster recovery center at the Senior Citizen's Activity Center at 1401 S. Houston Ave. in Humble. SBA loan counselors are able to speak face to face with loan applicants to help them apply for SBA assistance.