Rebuilding After a Flood

Rebuilding After a Flood

HAA and HAA members are donating $69,000 this afternoon to Mayor Sylvester Turner’s Greater Houston Storm Relief Fund.

Thanks so much to those who have donated to this worthy cause, including the Houston Apartment Association, Camden Property Trust, Camp Construction, Dinerstein Companies, Alliance Residential, Vesta Management Services, J. Allen Management, Westdale, Professional Apartment Services, SMI Realty, Creative Property Management, Liberty Group, Reliant/NRG and Jeff Hall.

If you have not yet donated to the Fund, it’s not too late! We would like to encourage you to donate directly online at www.houstonrecovers.org or by check. Let Mercedes know via email if you have made a donation, so we can keep a running tally of our industry’s contribution. There is much work to be done, and many flood victim residents to assist through the Fund.

Rebuilding After a Flood

Posted by Communications Department on Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Over 1,900 apartment units were effected by the recent flood. If you own or manage one of those properties, you are probably in the midst of rebuilding and you know that the permitting process can be a daunting one. The Houston Apartment Association has been working with the City of Houston, and they want to ensure a smooth permitting process to get residents back in their units as soon as possible.

To guide you through this process the City has provided us with a Post-Storm Permitting guide, a sample of the building permit application for your review, a project cost estimate and their flood damage repair checklist.

When you go by the permitting center located at 1002 Washington Ave B1 in Houston, make sure to identify yourself as a flood affected property owner and they will help you through the process.

Directions for Post-Storm Permitting: Click Here

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