Harvey Update Sunday 11:00 am

The City of Pearland is aware of floodwater on your streets and in your home. We are actively working on issues, prioritizing life safety matters. Like the entire region, we have experienced a tremendous amount of intense rain throughout Pearland with the effect of our streets and drainage channels having an overabundance of water in them. We are aware of streets that are impassable and continue to ask people to stay inside and shelter in place, unless absolutely necessary otherwise. To view a map of areas impacted by Hurricane Harvey, please click here.
Do not call 911 to report water in streets and channels, unless there is some threat to personal welfare. 
  • All City facilities will be closed through Monday, Aug. 28 and resident services usually available at City facilities will not be available.
  • All City employees who are identified as essential personnel are expected to report to work. Employees should contact their immediate supervisor for report times and make plans for their homes and families.
  • The City Council Meeting scheduled for Monday, Aug. 28 has been cancelled. The reschedule date, contingent upon weather, is Aug. 30.
The City of Pearland will enforce a 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew beginning tonight, Aug. 27.
Damage reports
If you have experienced damage in your home, please report that information to us at pearlandtx.gov/damagereport.
Emergency alerts
Residents should sign up to receive emergency alerts at pearlandtx.gov/alerts. The City of Pearland will release more information as it becomes available.
Contact Us
For emergencies – Call 911
Service requests – Call 281.652.1900

General questions/inquiries – cityofpearland@pearlandtx.gov.

Useful information and resources:

Flooding In Pine Hollow

There have been several reports of home being flooded in the subdivision in the Pine Tree/Pine Tree Court area. Intersections are flooded so please be careful.  More rain on the way

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