FEMA Disaster Assistance

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

If you have any damage even if you have insurance also you are able to register with FEMA. Some insurance may not cover all damage and you might be able to get assistance from FEMA.
Please pass this on so everyone is aware of this.

* STORM DAMAGE INFORMATION *

Information from the Gonzales County Emergency Management

* STORM DAMAGE INFORMATION *
If you live in Gonzales County, please email this address and provide some needed information: hurricaneharvey@co.gonzales.tx.us

We will need your name, address where damage occurred and a good telephone number. You may provide pictures if you wish.
This is NOT a FEMA report but only a damage assessment for the State of Texas.

You may register damage with FEMA at DisasterAssistance.gov
Again, the FEMA website is NOT a county website and we have no control over how it handles the entries.
I will provide any FEMA information if and when I get any.

Brush pickup Due to Hurricane Harvey

The City of Nixon will begin brush pickup on Tuesday Sept 5. All brush needs to be placed curbside to be picked up and not in the alley. There will be no charge until after Friday Sept 15 , this will give residents nearly three weeks to get things cleaned up after the storm. Please Be Patient.

ROAD CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

On Monday (8/21) there will be a traffic change at the intersection of US 87 and SH 80.

Eastbound traffic along US 87 will move to the center of the road and the contractor will start working on the eastbound lanes.

Work will also begin in the southbound lanes of SH 80 in front of Circle K, crews will be working on the road for a block back to 2nd Avenue.

There is a small chance of rain on Monday, if it does rain, this switch will be delayed.