Friday, September 8, 2017 at 6 PM
Official Update: Flood Recovery
As a reminder, all the evacuations have been lifted and all portions of the sewer system are now operational.
Most of the streets are now clear of water. However, there are still some streets that remain impassable by smaller vehicles. Â
As the city transitions into recovery mode, the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) will be open at 8 A.M tomorrow, September 9th and then close at 5 P.M. Starting on Monday, September 11th City Hall will resume its normal operating hours as the city works through the recovery process.
The Richwood Volunteer Fire Department and Police Department would like to provide a meal to the residents tomorrow as everyone works hard to begin cleaning up after the flooding. Tomorrow from 11 A.M. to 2 P.M. residents can stop by Polk Elementary for hamburgers, hot dogs, chips, and water.
Updates will be provided as additional information becomes available. If you have any questions, you can call City Hall at (979) 265-2082.
Friday, September 8, 2017 at 4 PM
Official Update: Flood Cleanup
If you have regular garbage that was not picked up during the week, Waste Connections has provided two (2) roll-off containers across the street from the Richwood Fire Station at 215 Halbert. These roll-off dumpsters are only for regular household garbage. Please do not put any chemicals, paints, electronics, or construction debris in the roll-offs.
Richwood Municipal Park and Larry Johnson Park are closed until further notice. Both parks were flooded and the equipment and facilities will need to be decontaminated.
The Richwood McCoy’s, at 1300 Hwy 288B, will be giving out free buckets with cleaning supplies starting tomorrow, Saturday, September 9th at 7 A.M.
Please continue to follow the updates being posted to the City’s website, www.richwoodtx.gov, and on the City’s Facebook accounts. If you have any questions, you can call City Hall at (979) 265-2082.