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Hurst Uses Email and Its Website to Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

Using Digital Tools to Connect and Inform Citizens in Time of Need

In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the City of Hurst, Texas was inundated with calls and emails about how to provide donations, dollars or a helping hand, which consumed valuable staff time. They needed a “central source of truth” and an easier way to get vital information to residents before, during and after the hurricane.
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