Director of Communications
Community Development & Revitalization
Texas General Land Office,
George P. Bush, Commissioner
WHY TEXAS BACK IN BUSINESS MATTERS
Small businesses are the backbone of the Texas economy. Hurricane Harvey caused more than $125 billion in damages and many small businesses are still recovering.
The Harvey Relief Program, the first of its kind, is a job creation and economic development program funded by Congress under the Department of Housing and Urban Development and authorized by the Texas General Land Office. The program is designed to help small businesses recover, stabilize, and grow.