City of Victoria service update
Hurricane Harvey Update 35
September 5, 2017 10:00 a.m.
VICTORIA RESPONDS CALL CENTER
The “Victoria Responds Call Center” is open to connect donors, volunteers and affected individuals from Hurricane Harvey with needed resources. Call 361-433-2785 from 8 am – 5 pm Monday through Friday.
The boil notice remains in effect. For details on the boil notice, please refer to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality notice, click here.
TRASH, BRUSH SERVICE
The regular schedule for household trash collection resumed Monday. During this emergency, residents should use the gray carts, the green and yellow recycling carts, and plastic bags for household garbage. Keep all carts five feet away from the nearest object.
Brush pick up services continues. This pick up is for limbs and brush only. At a later time, other storm debris will be collected. Residents are reminded not to stack limbs and brush on top of the water meters and near gas meters. Do not park vehicles in front of the debris.
Yard waste in the paper bags will not be picked up by the contracted brush service. The bags that are already stacked will be picked up but residents are asked to stop putting the paper yard waste bags next to their limb stacks. The City will collect the yard waste in bags at a later time.
Both City and County residents can take tree debris to the limb drop-off center at Aloe Field (21900 Zac Lentz Pkwy., just west of Bob White Road and Highway 77 (Loop 463). This drop-off site is FREE and open 7 days a week from 8 am-6 pm.
The curfew has been lifted.
Most traffic lights are operating on full-cycle, but many other intersections remain on all way stop. Motorists should still use extreme caution in approaching intersections and be aware of traffic control crews who are still working to restore light standards and other equipment.
MOSQUITO SPRAYING CONTINUES
Spraying for mosquitoes in the City continues in the evening and early morning hours.
WANT TO HELP?
Official GoFundMe page to support the unmet needs of residents who were impacted by Hurricane Harvey, click here.
Electric service providers estimate over 93% of customers have power restored. Efforts to complete electrical restoration continue.