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Harris County Flood Control District Releases 2004 Interactive Tracking Chart

CONTACT(S):
Fred Garcia, P.E.
Director of Communications
Harris County Flood Control District
713-684-4172

Alisa Max, P.E.
Asst. Division Manager, Communications
Harris County Flood Control District
713-684-4078

  View press release (PDF, 84KB, 28 July 2004)

July 28, 2004
The Harris County Flood Control District has developed an important new tool for the 2004 hurricane season. It's an interactive hurricane tracking chart that is also filled with valuable, informative content to keep citizens informed… and prepared.

The Harris County Flood Control District’s 2004 Hurricane Tracking Chart is easy to use and is downloadable from the District's website in both PC and Mac formats. Packed With Features
The Harris County Flood Control District's 2004 Hurricane Tracking Chart includes:
An automatic tracker
A printable tracking chart
Interactive, animated historical storms
Hurricane & flood safety info
Downloads
Contact info & more!

Tracker Lite Too!
For users who do not wish to download the full, feature-packed version of the tracker, there is a “Tracker Lite” web version that is viewable online. It automatically tracks active storms with current coordinate feeds. The Macromedia Flash plug-in is required to view Tracker Lite.

“We’re excited to provide this free educational tool for Harris County citizens, and the actual tracker is useful for citizens anywhere,” said Mike Talbott, Director of the Harris County Flood Control District. “While we’re not an emergency management agency, we want to leverage our ability to help educate and prepare local citizens to better cope with the dangers and seriousness of hurricanes and flooding.”

For more information on flooding and the District’s efforts to reduce flooding in Harris County, log on to www.hcfcd.org


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