H-E-B offers relief after Hurricane Harvey
H-E-B disaster relief efforts continue throughout Texas Gulf Coast communities. H-E-B has supported impacted several communities.
Six area food banks have received water donations. Each location received a full truckload of water, which is about 20 pallets of bottled water. The locations are as follows:
South Texas Food Bank – Laredo
Corpus Christi Food Bank – Corpus Christi
Food Bank of the Golden Crescent – Victoria
Food Bank of the Rio Grande Valley – Pharr
Southeast Texas Food Bank – Beaumont
Houston Food Bank – Houston
The following HEB stores are closed:
4 Corpus Christi Stores Closed
Refugio, 206 S. Alamo
Robstown, 308 E. Main
Aransas Pass, 101 E. Goodnight
Ingleside, 2616 W. Hwy. 361
Port Lavaca, 101 Calhoun Plaza
Rockport, 1409 Bus. Hwy. 35 N.
Edna, 301 N. Wells
Sinton, 106 S. San Patricio
Mathis, 601 E. San Patricio
Portland, 1600 Wildcat Dr.
Beeville, 100 E. Houston St.
Cuero, 909 E. Broadway
Yoakum, 201 W. Gonzales
Victoria, 1505 E. Rio Grande
Victoria Plus!, 6106 N. Navarro
Kenedy, 107 N. Sunset Strip
Kenedy Convenience store
Gonzales, 1841 Church St.
Corpus Christi bakery
The following stores have reopened:
Falfurrias, 700 S. St. Mary’s St.
Alice, 1115 E. Main
Nueces Bay Blvd, 3500 Leopard, (Nueces Bay Blvd.) Corpus Christi
Alameda & Robert, 4320 S. Alameda St, Corpus Christi
Staples & Saratoga H-E-B plus!, 5313 Saratoga, Corpus Christi
Kostoryz, 4444 Kostoryz, Corpus Christi
Annaville, 11100 Leopard, Corpus Christi
Alameda, 3133 S. Alameda @Glazebrook, Corpus Christi
Kingsville, 409 E. Kleberg
Lake Jackson, 97 Oyster Creek
El Campo, 306 N. Mechanic
Wharton, 1616 N. Alabama
Bay City, 2700 7th St. – closes at 6 pm
H-E-B stores located throughout the Houston area will close early at 9 pm on Saturday, Aug. 26, including Houston Central Market. Stores in outlying areas and unaffected by weather will close later as needed and may be operating during normal business hours. Stores open regular hours include:
Beaumont (all stores)
Bryan/College Station (all stores)
Power outages have occurred at 19 stores. Generators are in place and are supplying most stores that have sustained power loss. Generators are on the way to stores without power. We continue to evaluate the structural integrity of all our stores. Moderate damage has been identified
at a few locations. We are working around the clock to make sure our stores are operational, stocked and safe to reopen so we can serve our customers and communities in need.