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.
Coming back for helping “muck out” a house in the Bear Creek neighborhood I video taped the debris for people’s home.
Video and photographs from a Harvey storytelling concert co-sponsored by The Trust for Public Land, Park Smart-Precinct 1, Precinct 1, and the Harvey…
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This image was possibly the hardest one that I took. The water was almost to my neck and it was hard to walk as I couldn't see the floor and feared…
The water had gone down a fair amount for me to be able to use my high-tired truck to drive around a bit. Some stores had now reopened, with many…
During the calm of the storm, I was able to go out of my house and walk around. Many of the roads were still flooded and it felt nearly impossible to…
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