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"Recovering from Hurricane Harvey is no small task, but the GLO is dedicated to working with our federal and local partners to put resources to work in local communities to expedite the recovery process," said Commissioner George P. Bush. "While disaster recovery is challenging, we continue to work every day to help our fellow Texans maximize this funding to build back stronger and more resilient communities."


Announcements

  • Cmr. George P. Bush announces application kick-off for nearly $1.2 billion in mitigation projects
    Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush announced the kick-off of the application process for the first round of more than $2.3 billion for mitigation projects to protect Texas communities hit by Hurricane Harvey and severe flooding in 2015 and 2016. LEARN MORE
  • We're Teleworking for Texas
    The GLO disaster recovery team is teleworking and readily available and working to help Texans continue to rebuild without interruption! LEARN MORE
  • Cmr. George P. Bush announces $1.2 million for the Town of Woodsboro 
    Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush announced the Texas General Land Office (GLO) approved $1,245,322 in Hurricane Harvey disaster recovery grants to repair roads and clean or regrade ditches in the Town of WoodsboroLEARN MORE
  • Cmr. George P. Bush announces neary $3 million to improve water facilities in Port Neches
    Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush announced the Texas General Land Office (GLO) approved $2,965,377 in Hurricane Harvey disaster recovery grants to improve water facilities in Port Neches.LEARN MORE
  • Cmr. George P. Bush announces more than $6 million combined for infrastructure projects in Hurricane Harvey affected areas
    The GLO approved $6,298,360 combined in Hurricane Harvey disaster recovery grants for infrastructure projects in Hurricane Harvey affected communities. LEARN MORE
  • Cmr. George P. Bush announces $46.4 million in recovery funds for three South Texas and Rio Grande Valley Counties
    The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) issued $46.4 million for 2018 flooding in Cameron, Hidalgo and Jim Wells Counties. LEARN MORE