To report dirty pools, unsafe/unsanitary habitation.
Even after more than 30 years of the Don’t mess with Texas® campaign, litterbugs still roam the roadways, tossing trash from their car windows and letting litter fly out of their truck beds. We’re talking about cigarette butts, fast food wrappers, and the like. They’re small, but they’re still trash.
HERE’S WHAT TO DO
KEEP ALL HANDS IN THE VEHICLE AND TAKE SOME NOTES
When you see litter thrown or flying out of a vehicle, intentionally or accidentally, take down the following information—license plate number, make and color of vehicle, date and time, location, who tossed the litter, and what was tossed. Now fill in below; be as accurate as possible and submit your information at this site:
COMMUNITY ADVISORY (September 2018): Over the past week, Investigators with Constable Mark Herman's Environmental Crimes Unit collected over 200 bandit signs littering the streets and easements of Harris County. These cases are currently under investigation by Precinct 4.
Placing signs on private or Harris County property without consent is a Misdemeanor and business owners will be fined for the illegal placement of these bandit signs.
“If you have information regarding littering or illegal dumping please contact our dispatch at 281-376-3472 or visit us on-line at http://www.constablepct4.com/environmental-crimes-unit.html. All complaints or tips can be made anonymously.” –Constable Mark Herman
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Report injured, vicious animals, and bites.
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