Precinct Four Constable's Office, 281.376.3472

Animals
Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP), 281.497.0591

County Pets, 281.999.3191
Harris County Animal Control​, 281.999.3191
Houston SPCA, 713.869.7722
Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation Coalition, 713.468.8972

Harris County Precinct Four,
Commissioner Jack Cagle, 832.927.4444
Flood Control District, 713.684.4000
Health Department , 713.439.6000
Graffiti Hotline (HCSO), 713.437.6833
Maintenance, 281.353.8424

Lakewood Forest Fund,
281.370.8943
Lakewood Residents' Club ,
281.376.1893

Municipal Utility Districts (Water), For Billing, Service, and Repair Issues
Faulkey Gulley:
Eagle Water Management​, 281.374.8989
(Sections 10, 14, 15, 17, 18)
Lake Forest Utility District:
Environmental Development Partners (EDP), 832.467.1599
(Sections 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, and Patio Homes)
Malcolmson Road Utility District:
Environmental Development Partners (EDP), 832.467.1599
(Section 2)
Harris County MUD 18:
Eagle Water Management, 281.374.8989
(Section 9)

Poison Control, 800.222.1222


Schools​
Cy-Fair ISD, 281.897.4000
Tomball ISD, 281.357.3100
Lone Star College

Hazardous Waste Disposal
Harris County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility
6900 Hahl Road, Houston, TX 77040; 281-560-6200   
Hours open to public:
- Wednesdays:  9:00 am to 3:00 pm
- Every 2nd Saturday of the month:  9:00 am to 2:00 pm

Information below taken from their website:
The Harris County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility opened March 10, 2010, and provides free services to approximately 1.3 million residents of unincorporated Harris County. Our services allow residents a convenient, safe, and environmentally compliant way to dispose of the chemicals and some other non-hazardous recyclable items used in their home. The facility is also used as a point of operations for disaster management in the event of a hurricane, flood, tornado, or other type disaster.

We do not have a home pick-up service. You must bring your items to the facility and we offload them for you. For your safety we request that you put your vehicle in park, turn off the ignition, and remain in your vehicle. Trained staff will pack the items according to all Federal, state, and local regulations and send them for proper disposal using best environmental management practices. Approximately 75% of all items collected are sent for recycling or energy recovery. The remaining percentage is disposed using treatment techniques that ensure the hazardous components are completely destroyed.

Or…feel free to visit www.earth911.com for various options based on material you are trying to dispose/recycle.


​​​​​​Helpful Harris County Links for Hurricane Preparedness​ (Hurricane Season runs from June 1 through November 30)

ReadyHarris.org 
Includes links to CenterPoint outages, Harris County Flood Control, TranStar for monitoring traffic, mosquito control, rainfall totals, printable emergency essentials kit list, sign up for emergency alerts. 
Reserve Your Ride to Safety in Advance...Call 2-1-1
If you live in a hurricane evacuation zone and need assistance getting out before a storm, dial 2-1-1 to register in advance for a ride.
Harris County Library has many links to FEMA documents and resources.
NOAA Hurricane Center
Debris Separation Guidelines


Important Numbers

Lakewood Forest Fund, Inc.

Serving the Residents of Lakewood Forest