The Texas Flood Registry is committed to better understanding the health and housing effects of major natural disasters.

What is included in the Registry?

A collection of short surveys dedicated to health and housing issues resulting from Hurricane Harvey and other major storms.

Why should I take the Registry's survey?

Measuring who is being impacted and in what ways will help to: serve and inform impacted communities direct continuing recovery efforts plan for the future.

Who should complete the Registry's survey?

Any adult in the impact zone of a major storm. Your answers are important to us whether you were impacted severely, lightly, or not at all.

If there is more than one adult per household, we ask that each adult complete the survey individually.

Visit the Texas Flood Registry to take the survey.

Leadership

Katherine B. Ensor

Katherine Bennett Ensor

  • Kinder Fellow
  • Director, Kinder Institute Urban Data Platform
  • Noah G. Harding Professor of Statistics
  • Rice University
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Team

Rashida Callender

  • Associate in Research, Kinder Institute for Urban Research
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Joally M. Canales

Joally M. Canales

  • Community Outreach Coordinator, Kinder Institute for Urban Research
713-348-5625
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