Share your memories of Hurricane Harvey.

Where were you? What's your story?

In August 2017, Hurricane Harvey dropped more than 30 trillion gallons of water along the Texas Gulf Coast. This website is a place where you can find memories and digital artifacts about this historic natural disaster or share your own stories, images, and audiovisual recordings related to Hurricane Harvey.

Our mission is to collect, preserve, and share digital artifacts associated with the storm, as well as the many stories that Harvey left in its wake—stories of rescue, resilience, and recovery, as well as stories of painful loss and lingering questions.

Read our About page for more information or Contact Us with your questions. For past and upcoming events, see our News and Events page.

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S. Braeswood Blvd. west of Fondren view from upstairs window

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This photo was taken when we couldn't get out of house the day after Harvey flood.

Ironic street name

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The whole neighborhood looked like Venise and the image was taken from the boat we used to visit friends.

Fish in the pool

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Our entire backyard, including the pool, was covered in several feet of water after the dam release. The water in the street next to our backyard…