City of Freeport | 200 W. 2nd Street | Freeport, TX 77541
Phone: (979) 233-3526 | Fax: (979) 233-8867 (fax)
Subject: FEMA Denial Letter Issue!
Steve Rosa with the Brazoria County Office of Emergency Management has received reports from their partners at TDEM that a large group of folks in Texas who are applying for FEMA individual assistance are being denied because they are answering one simple question wrong.
When filling out the application for assistance due to the recent ice event choose the “Snow & Ice Event" box, not the “Flood or flooding” box.
Mr. Rosa encourages citizens to not give up on their applications. Even if they receive a denial letter there is an appeal process they can go through.
Did you receive damage from the winter storm? We want to know about it!
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For Immediate Release Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Timothy Kelty – firstname.lastname@example.org (979) 233-3526
Brazoria County Businesses Can Return to 75% Capacity and Bars to 50%
Based on GA-32 Brazoria County Businesses Can Return to 75% Capacity and Bars to 50%
FREEPORT, TX – Based on Governor’s Order GA-32, Brazoria County no longer falls within
the criteria for a high hospitalization area. Therefore, businesses in Brazoria County can now
return to 75% capacity, and bars [as defined by TABC] can open at 50%.
In a letter from the Department of State Health Services to County Judge L.M. (Matt) Sebesta, Jr.,
Dr. John Hellerstedt, MD, stated that because our Trauma Service Area (TSA R) no longer meets the
criteria laid out in GA-32 for high hospitalization, businesses can return to 75% occupancy, bars
can open at 50%, and licensed hospitals may resume elective surgeries. Other limits are defined
for activities like religious services, outdoor events, youth camps, etc.
More specific information is available at:
City of Freeport, Texas
Ideally situated on the central Gulf Coast, the City of Freeport, Texas, is approximately 60 miles
south of Houston and 45 miles southwest of Galveston in Brazoria County. Freeport is
home to over 12,000 residents who enjoy beautiful beaches, outstanding offshore fishing,
and a welcoming, small-town atmosphere, and is part of the Brazosport, Southern Brazoria County area.
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New water customers can get their water service turned on by visiting this website
Now you can contact City Hall departments directly by calling:
Water Department: 979-871-0190
Municipal Court: 979-871-0191
Human Resources: 979-871-0192
Permit Department: 979-871-0193
Have you checked out what LJA Engineering has envisioned for the Old Brazos River? Check it out!
Freeport Harbor Vision Plan
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