Are you aware of how YOU can help Harris County help our neighborhood?
Harris County Precinct 4
Our beautiful Champion Forest is located in Harris County Precinct 4. The services that our County provides, are paid for by our taxes, and we, as their residents, can request their assistance for a number of things.
For example, they provide public road and sidewalk repairs; including sinkholes, concrete repairs, drainage issues, roadway issues, road signs, and markings. That means that if your street marking are absent, or you have stormwater drainage issues, standing water in your street (perhaps harboring mosquito larvae?), then you should submit a work order requesting repairs to remedy the issue.
Please look around your street and submit those work order requests to the county, in order to get assistance. Submit a work order request HERE
For assistance you can also call or email:
After hours, weekends, or holidays, please contact the Harris County operator at 713-755-5000 to report road hazards, such as blinking traffic lights, missing manhole covers or storm drain grates, missing stop signs, etc.
Harris County Public Health Department
The Health Department can be contacted to report: swimming pools that are in dangerous unkempt condition, overgrown or vacant lots that are attracting vermin and other health related property violations.
Harris County Graffiti Abatement Unit
The mission of our Graffiti Abatement Unit is to remove unwanted graffiti markings from communities within unincorporated Harris County.
To report unwanted graffiti in unincorporated Harris County, e-mail: GraffitiAbatement@sheriff.hctx.net
Harris County Home Repair Program
The Harris County Home Repair program provides financial assistance to qualified homeowners for repairs. You must be 62 years or older or have someone with a documented disability in the home at the time of application. Home repairs include roof repair/replacement, handicap accessibility improvements, mechanical, electrical, weatherization, and plumbing improvements. To apply, call a Resource Navigator at Tel: 832-927-4955.
Harris County Flood Control District
The Service Request Center provides a single point of contact for residents to report concerns and raise concerns regarding the operating condition of the Harris County Flood Control District infrastructure. HCFCD infrastructure typically refers to the primary drainage system, including waterways, channels, and detention basins (not streets, storm sewers, or roadside ditches).
Send an HCFCD Service Request HERE
Working together we can make Champion Forest even better!