Harris County Homeowner Disaster Recovery Program

The Harris County Homeowner Disaster Recovery Program (HDRP) is a voluntary program to assist homeowners who reside in Harris County but outside the City of Houston, whose homes were affected by Hurricane Ike by providing financial assistance to repair damage and when necessary reconstruct home.

Eligibility Requirements

Official Unveiling of Plans for Evelyn Meador Branch

Unveiling Ceremony Friends 2

Friends Board with Lynn Meador Edmundson (peach suit on left), Commissioner Sylvia Garcia (blue blouse on right, and Seabrook Mayor Gary Renola (far right).

  Unveiling Ceremony Group One

From left to right: Lynn Meador Edmundson, Marianne Kolar, Gary Renola, Robin Riley, Sylvia Garcia, Dr. Tony McCollum, Rhoda Goldberg.

UNVEILING CEREMONY IN SEABROOK ON TUESDAY!

EV Line Drawing English & Assocs.

The plans for the new Evelyn Meador Branch Library, created by English & Associates of Houston will be unveiled this coming Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. in Seabrook on the site of the old facility. A reception, hosted by the Friends of Evelyn Meador, will follow at the Seabrook Community House at 1210 Anders. Included in the line up of guest speakers is Lynn Meador Edmundson, daughter of Evelyn Meador, who donated the land for the original building which first opened in June of 1988.

Summer Reading Medals!

For the past six or so years the Evelyn Meador Branch has awarded medals to children who read 100 books during the summer reading program. What makes the medals especially special is each is engraved with the name of the child who earned it. Despite a hot summer and the closure of our branch building, we had seven kids who crossed the 100 book mark and I am very proud of them! I will be picking the medals up this week at Seabrook’s own Crown Trophy to distribute to these awesome kids.