This weekend, Hurricane Harvey made himself known to our
neighbors to the South. San Antonio has been offered as a safe haven
to those seeking shelter from Hurricane Harvey. Many of these
evacuees had to leave their home and nonessential belongings behind.
The City, in partnership with the SA Food
Bank, is collecting items to be donated. The list of
most wanted items is as follows: nonperishable food, water, baby
food, diapers, new or packaged clothing (no used clothing, please),
and hygiene items. These items can be dropped off at any Council
Field Office, or at the Food Bank Warehouse from 8
am - 5 pm.
Staff will be on site today, and throughout the week, to
receive donations. Our Field Office is located at 1635 NE Loop 410, in the
Catholic Life Insurance building. I will be on site until 8 tonight
to personally thank you as you donate your items. As always, I would
like to commend our City for standing up and showing compassion to
those in need.
A list of road closures and high water spots around Bexar
County can be found here and information on power
outages here. If you are in need of
shelter, the City asks you to check in at 200 Gembler Road. Any
volunteers who want to assist are asked to call 311.
Northeast Neighborhood Alliance -
September 18th, 2017, 7PM, at the Tool Yard
the buttons below to see status updates on various infrastructure
City Councilman Clayton Perry,
1635 NE Loop 410, Suite 510, San
Antonio, TX 78209